Query Responses



Margo's Magical Letter Page

 

Total Respondents: 358

Query Response 1 (analyzed)
Next


MADE UP DEFINITIONS

bipple:

* A condition of the tongue (similar to a pimple or cyst) occasioned by holding sharp objects (such as pins) between the lips. Formerly common among garment workers. (149,M,32,N)
* A rattling untrued wheel that vibrates incessantly.. (153,M,28,N)
* Bipple is what you give to girls you don't like very much when they try to kiss you after Sunday School (165,F,75,N)
* Noun or Verb. A swift wave of the hand or to wave the hand swiftly. (eg: She gave me a "biffle" and I "biffled" back.) (147,M,,Y)
* The writings of a prophet. (155,M,21,N)
* a book of yearning (166,M,45,N)
* a cross between a bump and a ripple (164,F,26,N)
* a dish on the menu which contains apples (150,F,37,N)
* a man quest to dominate through his mother and doctrine (172,F,28,N)
* a projection on a buttox (143,M,19,N)
* a ripple in time (163,F,56,N)
* a sort of metal fastener (156,M,56,N)
* a very small mistake (158,F,50,N)
* an apple bicycling; the person (apple) on the bicycle! (152,F,50,N)
* beautiful nipple (173,,,)
* come on. Either I'm a pervert, or you are. These all seem to have various deviant connotations. Did you randomize this? (168,M,43,Y/N)
* gurgle (167,F,15,N)
* inverted nipple (169,M,23,N)
* purple apples (162,M,49,N)
* the sound rain makes when it hits a puddle (161,F,29,N)
* to bounce lightly on the balls of the feet when excited (171,,,)
* to float in air, such as leaves or shorebirds do (146,M,54,N)
* transitive and regular verb, to beat a rascal who won´t defend himself because he´s been paid not to do so. Bipplin is quite sommon among skinny men who want to impress women who otherwise would´t ever pay attention to them. (144,M,33,N,Spanish)
* (vt) decorate wall by painting with paint containing fragments of wood (200,M,47,no,English (British: Glamorgan, Wales))
* ...If the child will not yoosh, a soft toy, with tiny pockets hiding sweet treats will sometimes appear from Mother's jacket. The bipple is a time-honored friend of generations of children. (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English)
* A frozen wave of sand on the desert. (231,Male,29,No,English)
* A kind of fruit (189,male,23,no,greek)
* A little thing. (226,Male,26,No,English)
* An event or period af time that seems to be repeated throughout history. (192,Male,44,No,english)
* Noun. (177,male,40,Yes,English)
* Science: Either astronomy or physics. Given the ripple surrounding the exploding star a bipple has replaced what was once there. (205,male,43,no,english)
* To make a faint popping sounds, as of soap bubbles popping. (190,Male,36,I've read a little in phonetics and phonology.,English)
* Yes, well. This is the medical term for the appearance of a third nipple, the so-called bipple. (not to confuse with triple) (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch)
* a biblical canon transcribed into an axiom (223,male,42,no,english)
* a bit that gets stuck between your teeth (179,male,23,no,english)
* a cross between a blip and a ripple (193,male,22,sort of,english)
* a fruity drink like a smoothie only not so smooth (208,male,25,no,english)
* a large cushion (221,female,46,no,english)
* a little tiny bite (228,chick,48,no,English-American)
* a pattern left by the visual appearance left by a stuttering (i.e. bouncing) drawing or erasure instrument (217,Male,48,no,English)
* a ripple as seen in a radar blip? or a medical condition theoretically related to ciccups. (227,male,37,never heard of it,american english)
* adjective: rough texture of icing on a birthday cake (229,female,19,yes,English)
* allergic skin lesion on hippopatomi (198,m,70,no,eng)
* an inperfection in a conductor's baton (some would ascribe it to fate: others to tension) from the state of Georgia originally (210,,,,)
* brain (211,female,31,no,spanish)
* kind of a beating sound (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog)
* little one (216,f,53,no,eng)
* n. a turbulence in speech, as of a sudden outburst of giggles or sharp changes in tone for no apparent reason v. to do this (186,male,29,not formally -- only in my own lab,english)
* new soft drink (196,,,,)
* ridiculous in nature (214,female,25,Very little,English)
* small grain (201,f,40,no,english)
* the act of biting off a small piece of chocolate candy and returning it to the box if disliked (215,male,32,no,english)
* the detection of an object on a radar screen makes a small bipple (182,male,49,yes,English)
* the little blister-like bubble that appears when kneading yeast dough (194,female,49,no,English)
* the noise made when one 'burps' tupperware (219,male,20,i don't think so,english)
* to chat quietly (220,M,18,No,English)
* to laugh (218,f,14,a little,German)
* to shake slightly up and down (175,male,17,no,english)
* v. to argue (222,f,28,no,english)
* verb: to chatter gibberish (188,Male,21,no,English)
* sound of fluid lapping lightly on the edge of something hard while a tiny amount of air accentuates the lapping (232,M,36,no,english)

gurfus:

* A human species known for its inability to learn from its mistakes...? (153,M,28,N)
* A type of food made with lemon peels. (155,M,21,N)
* Gurfus is an adolescent girl getting ready for her first date. (165,F,75,N)
* Small, horselike creatures common to the oral traditions of Wales. (149,M,32,N)
* a confused geraff. (162,M,49,N)
* a dweeb (166,M,45,N)
* a goofy person (158,F,50,N)
* a person lacking common sense (143,M,19,N)
* a social mishap (163,F,56,N)
* an animal, small and rodent like. squirrily (150,F,37,N)
* countable noun, a gurfus is an infancy friend who after many years shows up to ask for a loan (144,M,33,N,Spanish)
* it's a verb: for when you get splattered by baby food (173,,,)
* like a goofus or doofus but with an "edge" to it. Worse than a goofus (more negative) (152,F,50,N)
* nerdy geeky type (172,F,28,N)
* quarrelsome (146,M,54,N)
* the fools that obstruct queues of any kind, highways, grocery stores, etc. A single crowd, not plural. (168,M,43,Y/N)
* A large group-belch. (221,female,46,no,english)
* A lazy person. (226,Male,26,No,English)
* Doesn't exist in English. Seems like sort of a galumphing person. Like doofus. Sort of obvious how I got that, though, with the 'fus'. (230,female,25,no,English)
* Gulf (189,male,23,no,greek)
* Intestinal discomfort brought on by eating pickles and icecream if you are NOT pregnant. (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English)
* Name for a very scary creature that lives under the ground and onlu comes out at night. It has big yellow eyes and grey skin. It is often used by mean sisters to scare their little brothers and sisters at night. (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch)
* a face you make when sucking a lemon (228,chick,48,no,English-American)
* a four toed aiai (198,m,70,no,eng)
* a suppressed laugh (179,male,23,no,english)
* a wierd person (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog)
* adj. logically unwieldy, yet significant in meaning (esp. as applied to a form of speech or a literary philosophy) (186,male,29,not formally -- only in my own lab,english)
* adj. alone; apart from group (222,f,28,no,english)
* adjective: word for noises made by babies (229,female,19,yes,English)
* an idiot (175,male,17,no,english)
* an odd character (182,male,49,yes,English)
* crowded steamy (201,f,40,no,english)
* drink (223,male,42,no,english)
* like the word barfoos, gurfus is originally from the steppes of Montana. The word connotes the displeasure of stepping in buffalo offal. (210,,,,)
* mistakes (196,,,,)
* noun: a synonym for nerd (188,Male,21,no,English)
* nuts (211,female,31,no,spanish)
* synonym to 'curfew' (218,f,14,a little,German)
* the fields (216,f,53,no,eng)
* to be so overcome with laughter that you can no longer breathe (208,male,25,no,english)
* to mess up (220,M,18,No,English)
* to wire a window for electronic security (215,male,32,no,english)

guzzy:

* "Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear"... Instead of "Snuggle" or "snuggly" we have "Guzzy" (152,F,50,N)
* (I think you missed on this one--as in all gussied up to go to the dance when he forgot to ask you) (165,F,75,N)
* A meat shake that gives one a hairy throat... (153,M,28,N)
* Sorority sisters notorious for drinking too much and propositioning every dweeb on the dance floor until she finds one with less discriminating tastes and proceeds to get laid. She does this every Thursday night. Hasn`t figured out yet that MWF classes still meet on Fridays, and is flunking Botany. (148,F,30,Y)
* Term of disopprobrium, used to describe the mental state of an inebriate. (149,M,32,N)
* To inhale the scents of a market. (155,M,21,N)
* a drunk person? (167,F,15,N)
* a gresly out drinkin (162,M,49,N)
* a gucky fuzzy stuffed animal (172,F,28,N)
* attentive, prepared (146,M,54,N)
* carbonation (168,M,43,Y/N)
* intransitive and irregular verb, guzzy means to be violently careful (144,M,33,N,Spanish)
* one who takes his time and speaks little (166,M,45,N)
* predecessor to the small computer system interface data transfer standar (173,,,)
* scruffy looking (163,F,56,N)
* (a) extremely drunk (200,M,47,no,English (British: Glamorgan, Wales))
* A Medieval insignia, painted above resting-houses. Indicated food, drink, and fellowship of the road. (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English)
* A collection of several stuffed animals. (221,female,46,no,english)
* A component of the car (189,male,23,no,greek)
* To see someone but not recognize them, even while you know them. 'I had this gigantic guzzy with him!' (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch)
* a fast drink (182,male,49,yes,English)
* a robot black maid with large hands for picking up objects (228,chick,48,no,English-American)
* a small one wheeled car made in occupied Tibet (210,,,,)
* adjective. being completely, totally, unabashedly intoxicated. (184,female,24,no,english/spanish)
* adjective: word describing the sticky film left behind when soda is spilled (229,female,19,yes,English)
* adjective: particularly greasy. Used to describe food. (188,Male,21,no,English)
* dirty (175,male,17,no,english)
* drunk (196,,,,)
* drunk and stuffed at the same time (179,male,23,no,english)
* fur covered marsupial living on golden rain trees (198,m,70,no,eng)
* g'd up and feeling warm fuzzy (195,FEMALE,25,NOT REALLY,ENGLISH)
* nondescript, unsure (226,Male,26,No,English)
* pleasantly indistinct (201,f,40,no,english)
* sm animal (216,f,53,no,eng)
* that slightly 'out of it' feeling you get after a glass of wine (194,female,49,no,English)
* the chortle that a baby makes when it is happy (218,f,14,a little,German)
* the excessive use of airconditioning (the cooling of air) while sleeping (215,male,32,no,english)
* to drink rapidly by opening the glottis of the throat (219,male,20,i don't think so,english)
* unacceptible behaviour (223,male,42,no,english)
* unclear (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog)
* v. confused (222,f,28,no,english)
* warm, happy, relaxed (220,M,18,No,English)
* worm (211,female,31,no,spanish)

jethom:

* A distance measured by the minds eye. (155,M,21,N)
* A man who moves about quickly and with purpose (169,M,23,N)
* A single golosh (153,M,28,N)
* Brazen nautical apparatus that disappeared with the advent of steamships. (149,M,32,N)
* Verb. Ejecting something without force. (eg: He was being rude, so I "jethomed" him.) (147,M,,Y)
* What he is thinking about when he flirts with a stranger (165,F,75,N)
* a brass horn (146,M,54,N)
* a charlatan with ESPECIALLY evil intentions (171,,,)
* a formation of land that juts towards or out of a larger land mass (166,M,45,N)
* a nautical term (164,F,26,N)
* an object, ceramic, purpose unknown as it comes from a fantasy world (152,F,50,N)
* exhaust or a wake (163,F,56,N)
* form of travel (150,F,37,N)
* is a leather jacket with intracat designs (173,,,)
* jethro tull (172,F,28,N)
* jism a weapon for the effeminate. He brandished his jethom. (168,M,43,Y/N)
* male organ allow the to poop (154,F,14,Y)
* uncountable noun, jethom is the state of mind which follow a fierce night of continuous work before the screen (144,M,33,N,Spanish)
* what happens when you fluss the tolet in a jet (162,M,49,N)
* 3 fathoms (198,m,70,no,eng)
* A kind of airplain (189,male,23,no,greek)
* Also, yethom, unity of two. God's twins...soulmates. (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English)
* Doesn't exist in my language. Sounds like it would be a verb meaning 'to shoot across'. (230,female,25,no,English)
* Noun. The particulate discharge of aircraft engines. (177,male,40,Yes,English)
* Some pretensious term for 'nothingness' (226,Male,26,No,English)
* The name of the eel in the little mermaid. (183,f,16,not yet,English)
* This is an uncle but not really an uncle. He's like a friend of your parents, but you've called him uncle from when you were a child, so you know him as uncle Mike, or whatever. Only now you should call him yehtom Mike. (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch)
* Wierd sounding word--An aspect of the ego. If the jethom of the personality survives socialization man will continue to adapt to an environment populated by only strangers. (205,male,43,no,english)
* a description of length and speed (206,f,24,no,english)
* a hebrew building (223,male,42,no,english)
* a middle eastern food (201,f,40,no,english)
* a place similar to home (185,female,29,no,english)
* a proper name. a mythological character. (221,female,46,no,english)
* a toilet (220,M,18,No,English)
* air escaped through the front teeth making a whistling sound. (209,male,61,no,spanish)
* beach foam (217,Male,48,no,English)
* can't be a word (227,male,37,never heard of it,american english)
* found with flothom after an attident at thee (182,male,49,yes,English)
* mother (211,female,31,no,spanish)
* n. the biological parent that gave birth to you (222,f,28,no,english)
* noun: city in Ancient Israel (229,female,19,yes,English)
* noun: a colour; off white/slightly green (188,Male,21,no,English)
* that fluffy water that follows a motor boat (194,female,49,no,English)
* the distance a jetpack travels in an hour (175,male,17,no,english)
* the opposite of flotham (210,,,,)
* the pilot's chair (228,chick,48,no,English-American)
* to jump (216,f,53,no,eng)
* to propel an object with physical force (215,male,32,no,english)
* to set about (196,,,,)
* to understand the meaning after a long time of not knowing (179,male,23,no,english)
* to vomit (218,f,14,a little,German)
* unit of measure of distance traveled skimming across water (208,male,25,no,english)
* vest (214,female,25,Very little,English)
* large water droplets given up while steam forms (232,M,36,no,english)

leb:

* secret lesbian lab (172,F,28,N)
* Short form for Let her be, she doesn't want to see you around before the day after Methusalah's Sunday. (165,F,75,N)
* The way a person feels when the get out of a bed and they have not had much sleep. (155,M,21,N)
* Unit of measure for nails; in English standard, the quantity of 2" nails that will fit into a paper cone 5" in length and 3" in diameter at its base. (149,M,32,N)
* a lesbian (slang) (152,F,50,N)
* a priest or his book (146,M,54,N)
* a truning point in the life of someone who has never been angry (166,M,45,N)
* a weight (163,F,56,N)
* a young girl (158,F,50,N)
* an infernal governer (Or is that Jeb? haha) (153,M,28,N)
* countable noun, a leb is the cap of a toothpaste your family has kept for two generations (144,M,33,N,Spanish)
* light emiting backyard:acronym for those who go way overboard at christmas time (173,,,)
* she brandished her leb. (168,M,43,Y/N)
* wilted lettas (162,M,49,N)
* 2nd level of the episcopalian priestly castes (198,m,70,no,eng)
* Bed (189,male,23,no,greek)
* Leader of the community...highly respectful title. (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English)
* Sydney Australia: A colloquialism for lebanese Australians. (genuine) (188,Male,21,no,English)
* The head drop when a person falls asleep sitting up. (221,female,46,no,english)
* To grab someone's fat. He lebbed her by putting his hand in her side. (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch)
* [I have heard this word as an abbreviation for 'Lebanese', with reference to hashish orginating from that country: UK, slang, 1970s] (200,M,47,no,English (British: Glamorgan, Wales))
* a German derivitive for 'love' (210,,,,)
* a counter top that drops down to form a ladder (228,chick,48,no,English-American)
* a good dog (219,male,20,i don't think so,english)
* a mite that infects Persian cats (215,male,32,no,english)
* a tree (216,f,53,no,eng)
* an internal injury (220,M,18,No,English)
* move (196,,,,)
* noise (223,male,42,no,english)
* noun: word describing a country boy of little intelligence (229,female,19,yes,English)
* sheep (211,female,31,no,spanish)
* somebody with Lebanese ancestry (179,male,23,no,english)
* the edge part of those plastic flower pots that has the holes for the tri-pronged hangers (194,female,49,no,English)
* the path a feather takes as it falls to the ground (a leb shaped path) (175,male,17,no,english)
* to love (218,f,14,a little,German)
* used to indicate no interest in a cause. 'He was very leb on joining the Sierra Club.' (182,male,49,yes,English)
* v. to love or desire (222,f,28,no,english)
* yeoman, working stiff. (226,Male,26,No,English)

loog:

* A LONG PERIOD OF REST (163,F,56,N)
* A cluster of California blackworms.. (153,M,28,N)
* An act of cruelty. (155,M,21,N)
* An oversized spindle frequently found in steam-powered factories. (149,M,32,N)
* Don't you try it. You never were sure footed and you might land in the drink with a plork (165,F,75,N)
* Gogglin a young lady whall keepin ones mouth from hangin. (162,M,49,N)
* a cylindrical object, a tube. Not very long, usually under 24", and 3" in diameter. Made of PVC (152,F,50,N)
* a sea worm (146,M,54,N)
* a sound of sorrow and/or a descriptor of one in sorrow (166,M,45,N)
* being lazy (150,F,37,N)
* british measurement of weight equivalent of 5 cubic feet of manure (173,,,)
* countable noun, an almost impreceptible sigh (144,M,33,N,Spanish)
* shmoogy kisses in front of a child:lewd kiss (172,F,28,N)
* stool (168,M,43,Y/N)
* to go ahead of the group and see if it is safe (158,F,50,N)
* to throw underhanded (169,M,23,N)
* very (156,M,56,N)
* what tyler is (154,F,14,Y)
* (nc) enemy, rival (200,M,47,no,English (British: Glamorgan, Wales))
* A kind of disease (189,male,23,no,greek)
* A snow-sport in Tanzania. Snow is very rare there, and loog celebrates its coming. Nearly religious in its'rules, loog-play involves all in the village in the observance. (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English)
* A very, very very big girl. She's such a gigantic loog. (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch)
* Similar to 'loogy' in English -- a wad of spit. (230,female,25,no,English)
* To float freely, in swift water, in a canoe. (221,female,46,no,english)
* To spit phlegm. (190,Male,36,I've read a little in phonetics and phonology.,English)
* a large marijuana cigaretrte, from the term 'loogy' (219,male,20,i don't think so,english)
* a large object; a monstrosity (220,M,18,No,English)
* a long pole (179,male,23,no,english)
* a shoe with a very tall heel (218,f,14,a little,German)
* a type of swedish pig, black in color and small with a white or pink belly. also refers to its distinctive loogy smell (197,,,,)
* container for keeping secret or magical trinkets (182,male,49,yes,English)
* long (178,female,20,no,english)
* long period of depression (198,m,70,no,eng)
* long way (216,f,53,no,eng)
* moronic. (226,Male,26,No,English)
* nothing (196,,,,)
* noun: very crude man (229,female,19,yes,English)
* noun: a large log. (188,Male,21,no,English)
* part of an ancient set of silver dinnerware, rather like a flat spoon (210,,,,)
* quiet time (223,male,42,no,english)
* should be spelled lougue. or better yet lewg. loog has no meaning. lougue is a strap on a saddle. lewg is a vent on an engine or a sewer. (227,male,37,never heard of it,american english)
* sight seeing while in motion (195,FEMALE,25,NOT REALLY,ENGLISH)
* smooth (211,female,31,no,spanish)
* soil, earth (214,female,25,Very little,English)
* swallow (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog)
* the area between a waterfall and a small underpass behind the waterfall (175,male,17,no,english)
* the dial to turn off the toliet water (228,chick,48,no,English-American)
* the white milky subtance that sometimes coats the contacts of a person wearing optical contacts (215,male,32,no,english)
* v. to watch at a distance (222,f,28,no,english)
* an early dug-out canoe,short in length (232,M,36,no,english)

plork:

* Electronic entertainment usually involving childish games. (155,M,21,N)
* Plork is a verb related to all the other things that happen to land creatures that land in the water after a night out on the town (165,F,75,N)
* Short for "Pilum in the Pork" No one remembers why... (153,M,28,N)
* To remove an obstruction (such as rotten cork) from the aperture of a bottle. (149,M,32,N)
* a dense object falling into a thick liquid (166,M,45,N)
* a sound, frequently associated pudding falling to the ground (174,M,23,N)
* a special utinsel for eating pork (143,M,19,N)
* chubby (150,F,37,N)
* cork? (167,F,15,N)
* dropping the loog (168,M,43,Y/N)
* screeching hult (163,F,56,N)
* the sound made when you flick the tines of a spork (173,,,)
* the sound of a carving knife entering pork. (162,M,49,N)
* the sound of a pork roast being dropped into a pond (169,M,23,N)
* to offer an advantage to (156,M,56,N)
* to plop down; the person who plop down; the sound made when a person plops down. Expression: "What a plork!" (152,F,50,N)
* to plunk something down in front of someone (I'm not very inventive) (158,F,50,N)
* to saw (146,M,54,N)
* transitive and irregular verb, to sacrifice a majestic-looking pig just for fun (144,M,33,N,Spanish)
* (vt) turn over the compost heap (200,M,47,no,English (British: Glamorgan, Wales))
* A kind of fish (189,male,23,no,greek)
* Onomatopoeia, again: plopping sound (226,Male,26,No,English)
* Shredded newspapers. used as bedding in veterinarian kennels. (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English)
* The sound that a stone makes when tossed onto a still pond. (192,Male,44,No,english)
* The sound you make when you wear heals in mud (228,chick,48,no,English-American)
* This is a real jerk. And he's an idiot too. So when you call him a plork, it suits him well. (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch)
* To plow with a tined device (221,female,46,no,english)
* a 'plop' in the middle of a pond (179,male,23,no,english)
* adj. immense size (222,f,28,no,english)
* another part of the ancient silver dinnerware - this is where the word 'fork' originated (210,,,,)
* can't be a word (227,male,37,never heard of it,american english)
* character from middle earth,which smells bad (198,m,70,no,eng)
* drop (196,,,,)
* evil act (201,f,40,no,english)
* frictious sound made by two or more sweaty mates coppulating (219,male,20,i don't think so,english)
* noun: sound water makes when it drips (229,female,19,yes,English)
* noun: an albino stork (188,Male,21,no,English)
* plop down (185,female,29,no,english)
* primitive cutlery (223,male,42,no,english)
* sit (216,f,53,no,eng)
* the sound a stone makes when tossed into a body of water (208,male,25,no,english)
* to drop stones into a well (215,male,32,no,english)
* to dump (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog)
* to let go with a flourish (182,male,49,yes,English)
* to pluck meat apart from the bone (218,f,14,a little,German)
* to poke with malice (175,male,17,no,english)
* to waste something that is not yours (220,M,18,No,English)
* v. to divide food on a plate into 'edible' and 'inedible' sections before beginning to eat only from the 'edible' section (186,male,29,not formally -- only in my own lab,english)
* whisper (211,female,31,no,spanish)
* sign of diffidence towards another (232,M,36,no,english)

rammop:

* A feeling of enjoyment from a scary ride. (155,M,21,N)
* A high speed mop. (162,M,49,N)
* A street cleaner (heehee) (153,M,28,N)
* If you don't get to work before morning I will rammop you over the back gate and don't you ever think about coming back (165,F,75,N)
* To stir the contents of a recalcitrant churn. (149,M,32,N)
* a boring person (158,F,50,N)
* a collection of something. (168,M,43,Y/N)
* a machanical tool (150,F,37,N)
* a mop like the one in Fantasia; a dancing mop (no visible active force) (152,F,50,N)
* a thatched roof or umbrella made of thatch (146,M,54,N)
* countable noun, a rammop is a cassette wich tape is ripped (144,M,33,N,Spanish)
* rear end of any animal (163,F,56,N)
* the name for a mixture of colors that resembles mud (166,M,45,N)
* those swirly wheels on the bottem of a street sweeper (173,,,)
* verb--any activity that allows you to escape the conversation with your neighbor, your annoying co-worker, your ex, the vet, whoever...as in "I can`t stay long. I have to rammop the system."or "If I leave the kids alone for too long, they rammop." or "excuse me, but I must go before my bowels rammop..." whatever..then leave quickly, or drop a line that you will explain when you have more time. (148,F,30,Y)
* priest (216,f,53,no,eng)
* (nc) the device that wrings out a flat square floor mop when a handle is operated [compound word] (200,M,47,no,English (British: Glamorgan, Wales))
* A punch, smack. (226,Male,26,No,English)
* A rope (189,male,23,no,greek)
* Elk food (210,,,,)
* Prophetic word, indicating the day Egypt would be overthrown by tiny nation Israel. (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English)
* To bite somebody in the cheek. (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch)
* To dust/sweep a large floor surface (gym floor). (221,female,46,no,english)
* a cola candy (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog)
* a large hammock used to immobilize large reptiles prior to surgery (198,m,70,no,eng)
* a strange noise at night (179,male,23,no,english)
* destruction (220,M,18,No,English)
* jelly (211,female,31,no,spanish)
* n. a series of tests or levels (222,f,28,no,english)
* noun: vehicle (229,female,19,yes,English)
* noun: a snow-topped mountain (188,Male,21,no,English)
* putting parts together too fast for conditions (182,male,49,yes,English)
* religious regalia (223,male,42,no,english)
* stumble (196,,,,)
* the handle of a basket (215,male,32,no,english)
* to ascend a hill (219,male,20,i don't think so,english)
* to gallop with sadistic intent; to observe muslim holidays and wear black (197,,,,)
* to mop the floor while moving to music (218,f,14,a little,German)
* to send a neighbor's child home quickly (228,chick,48,no,English-American)
* trite, unoriginal, overused (175,male,17,no,english)
* shipping term-a bundle of sails (232,M,36,no,english)

rulp:

* sorry I might throw my back jout out if I did. (162,M,49,N)
* (one of a kind)A wrinkled and dangling octagonal cloth meant to be a work of art, It is filthy and came from an old attic (153,M,28,N)
* A bartering sytem that uses flowers. (155,M,21,N)
* A bump in a road, river, etc. (151,,,)
* A low Coptic edifice of large stones or bricks, frequently sited atop low knolls. Precise signification unknown, though compass orientation of existing structures suggests astronomical use. (149,M,32,N)
* Don't you try to rulp around the fence just when I am talking to you! (165,F,75,N)
* Noun. The end of a repeating cycle of events. (eg: (147,M,,Y)
* a bichon frise talking:up (172,F,28,N)
* a dog fart. Hologram of pup, probably. (168,M,43,Y/N)
* a grassy knoll (146,M,54,N)
* a kind of catapult (166,M,45,N)
* a plant (150,F,37,N)
* a racaus occasion; a friendly, riotous affair (174,M,23,N)
* a term describing a kind of pulp in the paper (164,F,26,N)
* countable noun, a rulp is a question which will never be asked. (144,M,33,N,Spanish)
* ripe pulp (167,F,15,N)
* ruptured to a pulp! This is a verb: To Rulp (152,F,50,N)
* the act of throwing up (154,F,14,Y)
* the protrusion that is made by those steele balls that people get
* time interrupted (163,F,56,N)
* to belch while drinking (143,M,19,N)
* to tear to pieces (158,F,50,N)
* to vomit (156,M,56,N)
* trying to while running (173,,,)
* wood pulp before final stage of processing (169,M,23,N)
* (adj) odd one, black sheep (179,male,23,no,english)
* A newly discovered species of plant. (205,male,43,no,english)
* A type of massage therapy. (192,Male,44,No,english)
* Doesn't exist in my language. Similar to a welt, I'd say. (230,female,25,no,English)
* Noun. The unused portions of animal entrails after slaughter. (177,male,40,Yes,English)
* Reddish / Brown color. (226,Male,26,No,English)
* Run (189,male,23,no,greek)
* The odd action taken by certain water-dogs, of drawing water into their noses and expelling it, before they begin to drink. (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English)
* a mixture of fruit rines orange pulp (195,FEMALE,25,NOT REALLY,ENGLISH)
* a sudden jerk or tug (182,male,49,yes,English)
* a supressed burp (228,chick,48,no,English-American)
* a target (a mound of earth with a marker on top) in a game called rulping. (227,male,37,never heard of it,american english)
* adjective: deep dark, eg. a very rulp canyon. (188,Male,21,no,English)
* broken gallop (201,f,40,no,english)
* food as money (223,male,42,no,english)
* n. something that binds (222,f,28,no,english)
* not feeling well (196,,,,)
* noun: noise Scooby Doo makes when he gets scared (229,female,19,yes,English)
* pulling a chain from the ocean, usually attached to an acnhor. (221,female,46,no,english)
* regret (217,Male,48,no,English)
* rhododendron mash used in making rhodapsin (198,m,70,no,eng)
* source of juice from a fruit (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog)
* the stuff left after the ebb fubble has receded into the ocean (210,,,,)
* throat (211,female,31,no,spanish)
* to burp (218,f,14,a little,German)
* to crawl in the way a 'rups' (sorry, really don't know the english word for that) would do. (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch)
* to inhale foreign objects (219,male,20,i don't think so,english)
* to jump (216,f,53,no,eng)
* to pull (220,M,18,No,English)
* to till pine bark into the soil (215,male,32,no,english)
* wine (178,female,20,no,english)
* sound of rubbing against a short-pile carpet (232,M,36,no,english)

sarl:

* sorry with great sorrow (154,F,14,Y)
* A curved wooden spoke. (149,M,32,N)
* A golden yellow bird. (155,M,21,N)
* A piece of rough thread dangling from a burlap bag (153,M,28,N)
* Grall with a smile (162,M,49,N)
* I don't know if I can do this, too much holography. snarl sail saunter a kind of leaf or flower part (168,M,43,Y/N)
* Noun. A snobbish person in a position of authority. (eg: That Baron Monteren is such a "sarl".) (147,M,,Y)
* Quite violent sea storm characterised by the extreme violence of the winds (160,M,22,N,French)
* To sarl to travel into a strange creek and watch the bottom as you troll (165,F,75,N)
* a breed of cat (166,M,45,N)
* a green sash-like thing that people used to wear (173,,,)
* a small tangled up mass of dog hair (157,F,18,Y)
* adjective--as in "The dialect was sarl." Meaning foreign or strange although the speaker is native to a specific area. Can be also used as "sarly" and is generally thought to be odd. No, the word does not exist either as far as I know--but that is what I would have written if I had been Mr. Webster. (148,F,30,Y)
* color redish gold (163,F,56,N)
* first impression is of an emotion. somewhat like being in a pissy mood. (150,F,37,N)
* intransitive and regular verb, meaning to pretend to sneeze, just for fun. (144,M,33,N,Spanish)
* onomotopaeic word descriptive of wind rustling through a broken branch (169,M,23,N)
* sartre linguistics (172,F,28,N)
* surf term (167,F,15,N)
* tall grass waving, somewhat dry (dry season, wind) (152,F,50,N)
* the head man (158,F,50,N)
* the result when one adds too many spices to a food dish (164,F,26,N)
* thin garment, worn about the shoulders or used as a head-covering in cold weather (174,M,23,N)
* to groan and grumble (146,M,54,N)
* to pull a coat or cape over one's shoulders (156,M,56,N)
* (a) brutish (200,M,47,no,English (British: Glamorgan, Wales))
* A kind of clothe (189,male,23,no,greek)
* A mood, a reaction, perhaps...( like 'snarl' ) (226,Male,26,No,English)
* An intermediate stage in the erosion of sandstone into loose sediment; it often takes the form of small 'dunes' lying on top of the sandstone itself. (190,Male,36,I've read a little in phonetics and phonology.,English)
* Doesn't exist in my language. To me, it sounds like it would be the knot in a tree. (On the outside. Like that animals would go into, or that kids include when they're drawing a tree.) (230,female,25,no,English)
* Hardened beads of pinesap, drawn out of the bark during the heat of a forest fire. EX: 'Everywhere I looked among the blackened trees ,I could see the glittering amber of sarl-encrusted charcoal limbs.' (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English)
* I don't know (213,female,12,no,English)
* Margaret, I suspect that I will invent under the influence of latent associations with pre-existing words. Thus, my first reaction toward the meaning of 'sarl' is: a cusp, a verge, a final unsuspected, minor impediment to be overcome. This definition no doubt arises from the similarity of 'sarl' to 'snarl' and 'sail'. (217,Male,48,no,English)
* Noun. A weapon used in the Middle Ages, usually cast into the air from above, much like a fish net, used to entrap and slow the enemy. Principally composed of heavy, large-mesh iron links. (177,male,40,Yes,English)
* This is an expression for not knowing how you feel today, neither sad nor happy. So it's like: How are you feeling today? Well, quite sarl actually, thank you. (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch)
* To move swiftly across sand. (231,Male,29,No,English)
* To run with a flowing cloth billowing behind (224,Female,50,A little,English)
* a loose curve (201,f,40,no,english)
* a sad man (228,chick,48,no,English-American)
* a sail from an english clipper ship (223,male,42,no,english)
* a smile which turns into a snarl (221,female,46,no,english)
* a sour look (214,female,25,Very little,English)
* a taste between sour and bitter (195,FEMALE,25,NOT REALLY,ENGLISH)
* a type of noise an animal makes (183,f,16,not yet,English)
* a type of wrapped dress (193,male,22,sort of,english)
* a yellow sar (210,,,,)
* an angry elephant (179,male,23,no,english)
* an attitude that things don't matter. 'He was in a sarl mood'. (182,male,49,yes,English)
* an upper class of serf (180,f,56,yes,greek)
* can't be a word (227,male,37,never heard of it,american english)
* carl mean a name (211,female,31,no,spanish)
* curl back teeth and make rumbling in throght...to some body (218,f,14,a little,German)
* falling rain drops-a light drizzle -in tamil (181,male,33,no,tamil)
* gray-white stone used in cameos (198,m,70,no,eng)
* it's a kind of sauce (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog)
* kind of shawl specially used over a nightgown. to cover somebody with one. (209,male,61,no,spanish)
* n. an intimate address of respect amongst colleagues (186,male,29,not formally -- only in my own lab,english)
* rhymes was carl. Some kind of entanglement, like snare or a word that has it core meaning embedded in a type of dissapproval. (205,male,43,no,english)
* snail (216,f,53,no,eng)
* sounds like a mix between snarl and surly (206,f,24,no,english)
* squirm (196,,,,)
* the act of using a cynical tone in verbal responses to another individual's direct question. 'But of course', she sarled. (215,male,32,no,english)
* to act arrogant (220,M,18,No,English)
* to emit saliva or any other bodily fluids from one's mouth in the midst of a fit of anger (219,male,20,i don't think so,english)
* to express a sinister seductive intent facially through arching of the eyebrows and squinting of the eyelids (208,male,25,no,english)
* to remove a skirt or pants from a lover in a smooth and quick one handed motion (199,m,21,no,engllsih)
* to sarcastically greet (175,male,17,no,english)
* v. to think (222,f,28,no,english)
* verb. to make a sour faced expression , like a scowl only more displeased looking. (184,female,24,no,english/spanish)
* verb: a swirling action in water, something like a whirlpool (229,female,19,yes,English)
* verb: to snarl softly/quietly (188,Male,21,no,English)
* a small sail for coastal vessels (232,m,36,no,english)

shob:

* A donkey corral (153,M,28,N)
* A strange outer voice telling you what to do. (155,M,21,N)
* To wipe a domestic animal's (e.g. a horse's) flanks dry after removing saddle, etc. (149,M,32,N)
* What he looks like the morning after Saturday night when you wanted him to go to church. Also what menfolk do on Sundays. They shob about the house and you wish they would leave and let you get some sleep. (165,F,75,N)
* a stick (168,M,43,Y/N)
* a very discreet screwed up slob with a lobotomy (172,F,28,N)
* both shoulders (163,F,56,N)
* countable noun, a shob is a girl or a boy you find in the subway. S/He smiles at you as if to ask you to strike up a conversation, but suddendly the train leaves and you don´t ever see her/him (144,M,33,N,Spanish)
* derogatory term for a witless person (or one who acts witless) (152,F,50,N)
* detritus, debris, scattered objects (166,M,45,N)
* me fatherinlaw (162,M,49,N)
* slang for peeling a grapefruit (173,,,)
* to push, to start (146,M,54,N)
* to work (158,F,50,N)
* A festival lantern (182,male,49,yes,English)
* Heeting (189,male,23,no,greek)
* The game-point in Chilean shong...achieved by knocking the shong-ball between the legs of a grazing llama, without startling the animal from feeding. (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English)
* This actually has a lot to do with the actual word shop, but this is a store where one can buy only beer. (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch)
* a bump in the night (179,male,23,no,english)
* a long corridor or hallway found in large hotels. (221,female,46,no,english)
* a store (218,f,14,a little,German)
* a tiny overhang on a riverbank which attracts a light green form of duckweed (210,,,,)
* adj. full (222,f,28,no,english)
* arrogant person (196,,,,)
* dissheveled (223,male,42,no,english)
* is someone who can spot thieves (228,chick,48,no,English-American)
* large scab-like excrescence on sewer workers (198,m,70,no,eng)
* noun: a slobby snob. (188,Male,21,no,English)
* obese person. (226,Male,26,No,English)
* prayer (216,f,53,no,eng)
* shrewd (220,M,18,No,English)
* to collect minature train sets (215,male,32,no,english)
* verb: something one does to sheep to keep them from getting a disease (229,female,19,yes,English)
* voice (211,female,31,no,spanish)

shong:

* A game where two opponents fling rocks at each other with PVC piping (153,M,28,N)
* A garment (or part of one) that is sheetlike and hangs, like a cape or skirt. (149,M,32,N)
* A sheath for a sword (151,,,)
* Adjective. Attempting to fit into every culture at once, usually going overboard. (eg: John's been travelling so much that he's turned into a "shong".) (147,M,,Y)
* The distant echo of someone's voice off the mountains (155,M,21,N)
* The noise that small boys make under their breath during singing classes (165,F,75,N)
* The sholder strap of a dress (162,M,49,N)
* a ceremonial object, something that you hit with a stick to make a sound (158,F,50,N)
* a rudely made shelter for cattle to enter during a storm (146,M,54,N)
* a shapeless garment, possibly of a tapestry weave, much like a large shawl (152,F,50,N)
* a shovel used exclusively for turning over earth, not for digging deep (166,M,45,N)
* a vegetable, white, mild flavor (156,M,56,N)
* accompanying wooden shelf to an armoire (169,M,23,N)
* an article of clothing from Polynesia (164,F,26,N)
* countable noun, a shong is tiny,oval, and yellowish pebble which hcan be found in your shoe after a long walk in a rocky place (144,M,33,N,Spanish)
* feng shui occult (172,F,28,N)
* its sort of like a tennis shoe, but goes between your toes like a thong (157,F,18,Y)
* mettalic waterproof coating under a gazebo roof to keep rain out (173,,,)
* oriental. dammit, sarong. something oriental, I'm sure it's the ng (168,M,43,Y/N)
* something to wear (163,F,56,N)
* to throw a conical object (171,,,)
* A Chinese dynasty after the Ming dynasty. (192,Male,44,No,english)
* A game played in the mountains of Chile,with hard leather ball and sticks. After the days' packing, the llamas are put to pasture and herdsmen gather for picking shong-sets; teams. They play untill their dinner is cooked. (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English)
* A mat to place muddy boots on (224,Female,50,A little,English)
* A southeast asian bungaloo (217,Male,48,no,English)
* Noun. A silk garment worn exclusively by femail members of the Imperial Court of China from 1245 a.d to c. 1668 a.d. (177,male,40,Yes,English)
* Oriental: Where's are my shong's?! Something that one wears, like a sheath that slips over one's shoes. (205,male,43,no,english)
* Potential slang for phallus. (226,Male,26,No,English)
* Sound (189,male,23,no,greek)
* The sound of a shooting star (221,female,46,no,english)
* This must be some kind of scarf. A very long one, that you can fold around your body ten times if you want to. (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch)
* a foul smell or odour (188,Male,21,no,English)
* a slip that is suppose to show (228,chick,48,no,English-American)
* a special kind of horseshoe, or the process of fitting one to a horse (227,male,37,never heard of it,american english)
* a type of sandle (175,male,17,no,english)
* a type of trouser that fits very loosley through the saddle (215,male,32,no,english)
* a wrap (218,f,14,a little,German)
* an Oriental expression meaning 'I don't know' (210,,,,)
* an article of clothing worn by men in hot climates that covers the private parts (182,male,49,yes,English)
* an occidental dress (223,male,42,no,english)
* blow, punch, performed with a wide, whirling motion (187,male,34,no,Italian)
* hair sported on top of the head, none hanging down and tied with a ribbon. (209,male,61,no,spanish)
* item of clothing for women (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog)
* long vowel (185,female,29,no,english)
* manner of striking a bell (201,f,40,no,english)
* multipointed spear used on velociraptors (198,m,70,no,eng)
* n. a literary term used to signify words which resonate phonetically with one another, particularly as relates to tonal quality (186,male,29,not formally -- only in my own lab,english)
* n. a rejoicing (222,f,28,no,english)
* shlong? (206,f,24,no,english)
* skirt (214,female,25,Very little,English)
* something chinese (211,female,31,no,spanish)
* something worn in hot places (179,male,23,no,english)
* song (216,f,53,no,eng)
* the act or elbowing someone (220,M,18,No,English)
* verb. the act of being deceitful to someone, while they think you're being totally honest. (184,female,24,no,english/spanish)
* verb: sliding your feet along the ground instead of picking them up when you walk (229,female,19,yes,English)
* woman's garment (196,,,,)
* an overdrape for a sari,the shong for the head (232,M,36,no,english)

thad:

* a unit of measurement for elctricity (166,M,45,N)
* A brocken tile pile (153,M,28,N)
* A dry, flaky skin condition, frequently yellow, most often found on the sides of the lower legs. (149,M,32,N)
* A nown that nearly always follows adjectives such as bad...the bad thad told the girl a lot of lies, also found in relationships with cad, dad, sad and other such. (165,F,75,N)
* A person who marries into his own family. (155,M,21,N)
* a belt (163,F,56,N)
* a book. thesaurus, maybe? (168,M,43,Y/N)
* a conjunction of 'then' and 'had' to mean 'because' (159,M,25,N)
* a decomposing bone or the smell of decomposing bones (146,M,54,N)
* a hat worn by a humble peasant, woven, of a neutral or sand color. No brim or band. (152,F,50,N)
* a name (masculine) (150,F,37,N)
* a young boy (158,F,50,N)
* edwards pretentious brother that goes to yale (173,,,)
* intransitive and regular verb, to cheerfully quit an job (144,M,33,N,Spanish)
* name of a handsome 20 something male (172,F,28,N)
* the name of a guy I use to know. (162,M,49,N)
* the young (216,f,53,no,eng)
* A kind of house (189,male,23,no,greek)
* A term used as a synonym for 'cool' (218,f,14,a little,German)
* A very original new kind of course in high-school. It teaches babynames. (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch)
* An oily trash-fish, off the caost of Italy, Dried and burned as a night torch, tied to a branch. (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English)
* This is short for Thaddeus, a guy's name (182,male,49,yes,English)
* To bundle cut grass together with string. (221,female,46,no,english)
* When you are so glad that someone asked (228,chick,48,no,English-American)
* a former friend (219,male,20,i don't think so,english)
* a knot on a tree (220,M,18,No,English)
* a material to patch roofs. i needed more THAD to fix the how in the roof. (225,male,29,no,english)
* a roadster of 1913 vintage (198,m,70,no,eng)
* a small skullcap worn under a hardhat used to keep the head from receiving too many unwanted vibrations when underground (210,,,,)
* bed (211,female,31,no,spanish)
* coat (223,male,42,no,english)
* could only be a foreign word; asian? (227,male,37,never heard of it,american english)
* happiness (179,male,23,no,english)
* n. father; male biological parent (222,f,28,no,english)
* nice (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog)
* noun: support beam for a house (229,female,19,yes,English)
* small (196,,,,)
* to crawl underwater on all fours (175,male,17,no,english)
* to pull apart with a knife (208,male,25,no,english)
* to treat the corns on one's foot (215,male,32,no,english)
* verb: to criticize another persons clothing (188,Male,21,no,English)
* young man (226,Male,26,No,English)
* a cleat for rectifying dampwork (232,M,36,no,english)

thell:

* A heavenly figure seen from the heart. (155,M,21,N)
* A woven band of satin material, usually decorated with printing, typically used as a bookmark in the Victorian era. Frequently memorial or political in character. (149,M,32,N)
* The act of continually blasting and replacing cement needlessly at the cost of taxpayers' money and sleep.. (153,M,28,N)
* What happens to the adds as you flick the button (165,F,75,N)
* a conjuction of 'then' and 'well' to mean 'even though' (159,M,25,N)
* a glenn found in a timeless place like Brigadoon (152,F,50,N)
* a husk, leavings, or afterbirth (146,M,54,N)
* a kind of meadow found in Scotland (164,F,26,N)
* a woman's name (166,M,45,N)
* an underling (158,F,50,N)
* ancient Celtic tomb structure (169,M,23,N)
* countable noun, a ketchupless chip (144,M,33,N,Spanish)
* hell made cool by media frenzy (172,F,28,N)
* light green (156,M,56,N)
* my nefues first name (really) (162,M,49,N)
* one step down on the social ladder from a thane (173,,,)
* swelling of a crowd or opening in the forest that lets in the light (163,F,56,N)
* the process of destroying a city with weapons while in war (171,,,)
* they and will (167,F,15,N)
* what he did after he brandished his jethom. Thelled them off. (168,M,43,Y/N)
* where tyler is going (154,F,14,Y)
* whispering (150,F,37,N)
* (original theieill) - the pronounciation was too difficult so it was abridiged to the shorter form thell - the feeling one gets when the hairs on the upper thigh are rubbed the wrong way (210,,,,)
* A fairy tale monster that lives underground and feeds on the darkest of nights. (192,Male,44,No,english)
* Noun. A term of used in quantum physics, equal to 1/100 of an angstrom unit. (177,male,40,Yes,English)
* The candle-drip patina built up on the body of a bottle over years of use without cleaning. (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English)
* To cut grass with a large blade (221,female,46,no,english)
* Want (189,male,23,no,greek)
* a color that looks like pink, white, yellow, and blue swirled in (218,f,14,a little,German)
* a mediaeval dwelling place (179,male,23,no,english)
* a mythical hill containing dwarves (175,male,17,no,english)
* a secret whispered while moving very fast (228,chick,48,no,English-American)
* a small glass (220,M,18,No,English)
* adjective: true-sounding but false. eg The Minister made some thell statements about the economy. (188,Male,21,no,English)
* an area of land between a valley and a hill (208,male,25,no,english)
* can't be a word (227,male,37,never heard of it,american english)
* dead (211,female,31,no,spanish)
* essential meaning of a ritualized incantation (217,Male,48,no,English)
* fallout from a bad date. 'I went through thell last night.' (182,male,49,yes,English)
* footware (223,male,42,no,english)
* low shaded area (201,f,40,no,english)
* my imaginations ran out on this one. Sorry. (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch)
* n. an expanse of land marked by ridges and brambles but very little foliage in general (186,male,29,not formally -- only in my own lab,english)
* noun: word describing the English coutryside; the flowers and the fields (229,female,19,yes,English)
* over there (216,f,53,no,eng)
* past tense of 'to thall' (219,male,20,i don't think so,english)
* pleasant (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog)
* stringy (226,Male,26,No,English)
* the pin that holds a gate hing together on the iron gates of crypts (215,male,32,no,english)
* to lie (196,,,,)
* v. to speak loudly to someone (222,f,28,no,english)
* viking slave (198,m,70,no,eng)
* when you are telling someone new ideas and at the same time it is like the first time you heard them to -- tell/hear (195,FEMALE,25,NOT REALLY,ENGLISH)
* an outcrop of rock isolated from the main body (232,M,36,no,english)

wogger:

* a guy who walks for fitness (172,F,28,N)
* An intelligent person that is so smart they become foolish. (155,M,21,N)
* Someone who tells people that they run 2 miles every morning but every time you see them on the street (since you pass the house on the way to work) they are only walking casually, perhaps with an animal, without the tell-tale sweat rings that distinguish serious runners. (148,F,30,Y)
* To get the better of someone, typically in a gambling context: e.g., "Old man Bigelow sure woggered Parson Summers at the steeplechase." (149,M,32,N)
* Tremolo (153,M,28,N)
* Wogger is a wag who skips class more than fifteen days a month to go out on the raft with his dad who is a master wogger because he too liked to wag his classes when he was young (165,F,75,N)
* a dog with a sore throt. (162,M,49,N)
* a drunk that has fallen down (166,M,45,N)
* a masturbater; one who masturbates frequently. (174,M,23,N)
* a person who is clumsy in social occasions (163,F,56,N)
* a person who is hopelessly enmeshed in minutae (a personality type) (152,F,50,N)
* a stupid person, as in "he's such a wogger" (161,F,29,N)
* an oarsman (146,M,54,N)
* barter (150,F,37,N)
* countable noun, a wogger is a word detective (144,M,33,N,Spanish)
* half completed front flip otherwise known as a face plant in snowboarding (173,,,)
* the male sex organ (143,M,19,N)
* the w word. (168,M,43,Y/N)
* to walk around in a swaggering boastful way (158,F,50,N)
* (nc) a kind of pawl in a speed regulating mechanism (200,M,47,no,English (British: Glamorgan, Wales))
* A kind of feeling (189,male,23,no,greek)
* Doesn't exist in English. I see this as like a really impressive thing. Like a nifty tennis play or something. (230,female,25,no,English)
* Person overflowing with enthusiasm. (226,Male,26,No,English)
* Some unidentifyable thing that appears on your face when you get up in the morning. It's not a spot or a mold, something really weird. It's usually black and very noticable so you look really awful for a day. Most of the time it's gone the next day. (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch)
* Someone who walks through thick mud for pleasure. (221,female,46,no,english)
* The unsteady progress made while attempting to run through a very muddy pond. (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English)
* a man who fells trees (219,male,20,i don't think so,english)
* a motorized water vehicle (175,male,17,no,english)
* a new two legged chair (228,chick,48,no,English-American)
* a person who bullshits people (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog)
* a wet piece of paper in your pocket (210,,,,)
* confuse someone (196,,,,)
* drunken swagger (201,f,40,no,english)
* illness (223,male,42,no,english)
* lonely person (216,f,53,no,eng)
* n. a very unintelligent person in a group of friends who will never realize he/she is seen as a wogger (186,male,29,not formally -- only in my own lab,english)
* noun: man who is a fool (229,female,19,yes,English)
* noun: a european soccer fan (188,Male,21,no,English)
* one who wogs or uses wogs (wog is a racial slur used in Africa by whites to refer to natives) (182,male,49,yes,English)
* rubber (211,female,31,no,spanish)
* the foamy bubbles that appear when making iced tea (215,male,32,no,english)
* to bet on mud fighting women (198,m,70,no,eng)
* to make a decision (218,f,14,a little,German)
* to walk erratically (220,M,18,No,English)
* to walk with the gait produced when one's hips are stiff; a kind of side to side tipping from one leg to the other (194,female,49,no,English)
* to wobble violently (179,male,23,no,english)
* v. to contemplate (222,f,28,no,english)

yoosh:

* A type of peace felt within and without. (155,M,21,N)
* Interjection. Informal. A conversational way of speeding up a long passage of time. (eg: "Yoosh"! Look how those years went by.) (147,M,,Y)
* Related to shoosh and moosh and squoosh and all those other dreadful things that happen to five-year-olds over breakfast (165,F,75,N)
* The sound that water makes as it fills up a basin (153,M,28,N)
* To slip on objectionable litter, such as dog feces. (149,M,32,N)
* a circle of breath lost (166,M,45,N)
* a goat-hair cord (146,M,54,N)
* act of loving (150,F,37,N)
* alcholic bostonese for you-all (173,,,)
* descriptive of the wake of a large truck passing one on the freeway (169,M,23,N)
* jeez (172,F,28,N)
* low calery yorgert (162,M,49,N)
* noise made by the wind (163,F,56,N)
* sound made by wind (158,F,50,N)
* sound of whoosh (167,F,15,N)
* the sound one makes falling into a seat (164,F,26,N)
* the swooshing sound heard when an object hurtles past at a high rate of speed (152,F,50,N)
* to clean ones anus (143,M,19,N)
* to walk with arms dangling and swaying in an ape-like fashion (171,,,)
* transitive and regular verb, to stare with only one eye (144,M,33,N,Spanish)
* when your ears pop open (168,M,43,Y/N)
* A really weird hairdo. Usually it concerns very big hair, with lots of hairspray. Man, that girl has a really strange yoosh!!! (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch)
* A sound (189,male,23,no,greek)
* ITS A SUDDEN FAST MOVEMENT OF ANY OBJECT GOING AGAINST GRAVITY OR THE WIND (212,FEMALE,31,NO,SPANISH)
* Onomatopoeia here: like 'whoosh' (226,Male,26,No,English)
* The sound a revolving door makes (224,Female,50,A little,English)
* To quiet a small child, in an adult meeting. Also, the sound used to do the same. 'Yoosh, baby, we have to hear all the talking.' (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English)
* a hand-sized broom-like fan or duster made from a bundle of straw (208,male,25,no,english)
* a quick acting pergative (223,male,42,no,english)
* a reminder to be quiet, with a specific person implied (221,female,46,no,english)
* an amount a little less than an ooshy (210,,,,)
* an attack in rage (220,M,18,No,English)
* an expression of (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog)
* bear (211,female,31,no,spanish)
* can't be a word (227,male,37,never heard of it,american english)
* cartoons (178,female,20,no,english)
* emission of flatus by large herbivores (198,m,70,no,eng)
* fast moving fluid sounding word like woosh. Also sound yiddish, Oh, only a yoosher would be capable of such a thing. (205,male,43,no,english)
* metal (201,f,40,no,english)
* n. a device for carrying small infants consisting of a strap which wraps around an adult's shoulders and/or neck and a lower pouchlike holder for the infant (186,male,29,not formally -- only in my own lab,english)
* noun: a food; a tuber (188,Male,21,no,English)
* onomotopeia (206,f,24,no,english)
* rain (214,female,25,Very little,English)
* slang for 'you should have' (228,chick,48,no,English-American)
* sound of waves (196,,,,)
* the sound a space ship makes, or maybe a combo of you wish (195,FEMALE,25,NOT REALLY,ENGLISH)
* to be very enthusiatic in your praise (179,male,23,no,english)
* to rebuke an elderly person for inappropriate behavior (215,male,32,no,english)
* to summarily dismiss. 'Yoosh it out the door.' (182,male,49,yes,English)
* to thrill for the vicariousness of youth (217,Male,48,no,English)
* upwards draft (185,female,29,no,english)
* v. to depart (222,f,28,no,english)
* verb: washing of feet (229,female,19,yes,English)
* very fast (218,f,14,a little,German)
* wind (216,f,53,no,eng)
* sound of liquid in a pipe arrangement just before it reaches the exit-hole (232,M,36,no,english)

yorch:

* A cardboard hanging designed to dangle in the wind.. (153,M,28,N)
* A place for storing ideas that you might use someday--usually overloaded but seldom used. (165,F,75,N)
* English puddin (162,M,49,N)
* The love of music. (155,M,21,N)
* To juggle eggs. (149,M,32,N)
* a bumpkin, or ignorant person (166,M,45,N)
* a scraping tool (146,M,54,N)
* a sinister action (152,F,50,N)
* a yardy porch (172,F,28,N)
* an element of time (163,F,56,N)
* fire (168,M,43,Y/N)
* partially screened front porch or: the sound a cat makes when it's tail has been crunched by a rocking chair (173,,,)
* transitive and regular verb, to say you´re almost done when you´re actually planning on working for at least one more hour (144,M,33,N,Spanish)
* A child's toy. (226,Male,26,No,English)
* A dignatary. (221,female,46,no,english)
* A plethora of food (220,M,18,No,English)
* The visual dissonance experienced when trying on new glasses...with contact lenses in place. (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English)
* To cover someone in fruit, like you sometimes see on tv. And all the other people have to unyorch him or her, that is eating the fruit off. (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch)
* Torch (189,male,23,no,greek)
* a porch light that never goes out (228,chick,48,no,English-American)
* a skull found in mesopotamia (198,m,70,no,eng)
* a substitute word for 'yuk' (210,,,,)
* belch (206,f,24,no,english)
* fire (216,f,53,no,eng)
* instrument (196,,,,)
* light (223,male,42,no,english)
* n. a place of worship (222,f,28,no,english)
* noun: backyard barbeque held by people of low economic status (229,female,19,yes,English)
* the action taken to open a large table umbrella (215,male,32,no,english)
* the moment between when you leap off a tall building and the moment you relaize you will die. or , verb form to have your stomach lurch, often fatally. 'i yorched at the prospect of analyzing turkish morphemes' (197,,,,)
* to choke on one's own word (182,male,49,yes,English)
* to set fire to a forest (179,male,23,no,english)
* to vomit in the presence of a friend or mate (219,male,20,i don't think so,english)
* to yell with a hoarse throat (218,f,14,a little,German)
* to yellow something with a flame (208,male,25,no,english)
* towell (211,female,31,no,spanish)
* verb: to vomit as a result of drunkeness (188,Male,21,no,English)
* yawn (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog)


DESCRIBE A PICTURE
ONE WORD

Qiv (155,M,21,N), Zlooov (153,M,28,N), clarmp (143,M,19,N), flooosy (154,F,14,Y), gor (173,,,), graff (162,M,49,N), mluck (144,M,33,N,Spanish), nissly (156,M,56,N), quard (146,M,54,N), ream (151,,,), roflar (well, damn) rofl (168,M,43,Y/N), ruh (163,F,56,N), sheez (159,M,25,N), sligh (hard g) (152,F,50,N), smoof (165,F,75,N), sphage (166,M,45,N), stirckly (169,M,23,N), stri (158,F,50,N), techigeneratedlaughter (172,F,28,N), thort (149,M,32,N), tring (145,M,25,N), veerm (148,F,30,Y), wak (167,F,15,N), yor (171,,,), zi (170,f,22,N,French), Lunis (213,female,12,no,English), Stite (230,female,25,no,English), blarn (220,M,18,No,English), blyphens (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch), brork (200,M,47,no,English (British: Glamorgan, Wales)), circum (198,m,70,no,eng), cirm (177,male,40,Yes,English), clork (185,female,29,no,english), cose (228,chick,48,no,English-American), crice (186,male,29,not formally -- only in my own lab,english), dan (211,female,31,no,spanish), ey (222,f,28,no,english), frei (216,f,53,no,eng), ghires (229,female,19,yes,English), gnet (214,female,25,Very little,English), grex (188,Male,21,no,English), jarz (193,male,22,sort of,english), jek (199,m,21,no,engllsih), lerl (210,,,,), light (225,male,29,no,english), luzzes (226,Male,26,No,English), mallz (218,f,14,a little,German), nort (196,,,,), pfzzz (206,f,24,no,english), po (189,male,23,no,greek), rahdill (209,male,61,no,spanish), reulite (195,FEMALE,25,NOT REALLY,ENGLISH), scirce (227,male,37,never heard of it,american english), scrate (182,male,49,yes,English), shirp (221,female,46,no,english), sizz (180,f,56,yes,greek), slype (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog), tlim (187,male,34,no,Italian), tral (204,female,25,no,Spanish), trean (215,male,32,no,english), trile (223,male,42,no,english), ursh (219,male,20,i don't think so,english), vort (217,Male,48,no,English), wifn (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English), zair (175,male,17,no,english), zak (179,male,23,no,english), zim (184,female,24,no,english/spanish), qot (232,m,36,no,english)
Hune (153,M,28,N), brish (161,F,29,N), crul (165,F,75,N), do (170,f,22,N,French), drimple (143,M,19,N), ful (152,F,50,N), gdash (144,M,33,N,Spanish), loomp (156,M,56,N), lopt (146,M,54,N), quot (149,M,32,N), ril (173,,,), roosh (166,M,45,N), saam (159,M,25,N), sil (167,F,15,N), smo (163,F,56,N), smov (158,F,50,N), surv (162,M,49,N), swahz (148,F,30,Y), swindage (swind) (168,M,43,Y/N), swip (171,,,), velp (151,,,), violoystrisis (172,F,28,N), vrim (145,M,25,N), wainsom (169,M,23,N), xer (155,M,21,N), Angelicos (213,female,12,no,English), Escht (177,male,40,Yes,English), Shvoom (230,female,25,no,English), bruddles (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch), crusp (221,female,46,no,english), daree (216,f,53,no,eng), faul (186,male,29,not formally -- only in my own lab,english), flainge (195,FEMALE,25,NOT REALLY,ENGLISH), flism (182,male,49,yes,English), floosh (179,male,23,no,english), foughd (fowd) (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English), gopoo (223,male,42,no,english), grish (189,male,23,no,greek), grulk (193,male,22,sort of,english), krusp (210,,,,), lincurv (209,male,61,no,spanish), lirb (219,male,20,i don't think so,english), moosh (200,M,47,no,English (British: Glamorgan, Wales)), nu (222,f,28,no,english), oosh (199,m,21,no,engllsih), rake (185,female,29,no,english), sand (225,male,29,no,english), schplale (214,female,25,Very little,English), schrack (215,male,32,no,english), scroop (229,female,19,yes,English), sdrak (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog), shar (211,female,31,no,spanish), sheel (187,male,34,no,Italian), shoom (180,f,56,yes,greek), shug (220,M,18,No,English), sloosh (227,male,37,never heard of it,american english), stell (204,female,25,no,Spanish), ster (228,chick,48,no,English-American), swan (218,f,14,a little,German), swash (188,Male,21,no,English), swirn (217,Male,48,no,English), swod (196,,,,), swooge (175,male,17,no,english), swoom (190,Male,36,I've read a little in phonetics and phonology.,English), swoom (206,f,24,no,english), trinuous (226,Male,26,No,English), wrengles (198,m,70,no,eng), zoof (184,female,24,no,english/spanish), tuk (232,m,36,no,english)

Urrhhhk (153,M,28,N), bleeps (151,,,), bloik (159,M,25,N), bol (167,F,15,N), clakky (156,M,56,N), glarz (146,M,54,N), golb (145,M,25,N), gruf (163,F,56,N), heeg (149,M,32,N), kob (152,F,50,N), krike (148,F,30,Y), lokph (168,M,43,Y/N), marls (165,F,75,N), mrickles (144,M,33,N,Spanish), owee (162,M,49,N), pib (158,F,50,N), plab (173,,,), plouc (170,f,22,N,French), pucklerist (169,M,23,N), reb (171,,,), sprooks (143,M,19,N), thim (155,M,21,N), toom (166,M,45,N), volcanones (172,F,28,N), Klarkd (230,female,25,no,English), Roko (213,female,12,no,English), arh (197,,,,), blek (184,female,24,no,english/spanish), blek (221,female,46,no,english), bouk (199,m,21,no,engllsih), chunclooses (209,male,61,no,spanish), cool (225,male,29,no,english), cora (211,female,31,no,spanish), crigs (186,male,29,not formally -- only in my own lab,english), crolg (220,M,18,No,English), cyps (229,female,19,yes,English), dibberings (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch), don (204,female,25,no,Spanish), frick (214,female,25,Very little,English), grap (182,male,49,yes,English), halk (189,male,23,no,greek), havi (216,f,53,no,eng), humph (193,male,22,sort of,english), lipht (215,male,32,no,english), maeng (210,,,,), magish (226,Male,26,No,English), mubble (180,f,56,yes,greek), myrk (179,male,23,no,english), ohg (190,Male,36,I've read a little in phonetics and phonology.,English), orbulets (195,FEMALE,25,NOT REALLY,ENGLISH), plex (196,,,,), plourtz (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English), pluble (206,f,24,no,english), prag (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog), putif (198,m,70,no,eng), razzy (178,female,20,no,english), ren (175,male,17,no,english), rock (185,female,29,no,english), rork (227,male,37,never heard of it,american english), shandlee (223,male,42,no,english), skark (201,f,40,no,english), sploon (217,Male,48,no,English), to (222,f,28,no,english), trungle (200,M,47,no,English (British: Glamorgan, Wales)), tunt (219,male,20,i don't think so,english), vixs (177,male,40,Yes,English), vork (188,Male,21,no,English), vriet (218,f,14,a little,German), wald (228,chick,48,no,English-American), kish (232,m,36,no,english)

Galv (153,M,28,N), blilge (149,M,32,N), cark (151,,,), chuc (158,F,50,N), corb (173,,,), crump (159,M,25,N), ept (166,M,45,N), frizit (143,M,19,N), grank (145,M,25,N), grons (165,F,75,N), kli (163,F,56,N), lonk (171,,,), moriphied mixoler (172,F,28,N), plurg (hard g) (152,F,50,N), qerd (155,M,21,N), re (170,f,22,N,French), rief (162,M,49,N), shenk (148,F,30,Y), snist (156,M,56,N), spoot (146,M,54,N), tracklitious (169,M,23,N), trumbs (144,M,33,N,Spanish), ty (167,F,15,N), xamonth (xalm) (168,M,43,Y/N), loon (216,f,53,no,eng), Fipp (230,female,25,no,English), Weavo (213,female,12,no,English), apfith (200,M,47,no,English (British: Glamorgan, Wales)), baenck (186,male,29,not formally -- only in my own lab,english), bangel (198,m,70,no,eng), bara (211,female,31,no,spanish), bruck (227,male,37,never heard of it,american english), chiank (206,f,24,no,english), erb (184,female,24,no,english/spanish), flink (220,M,18,No,English), foyn (188,Male,21,no,English), frin (199,m,21,no,engllsih), gantle (223,male,42,no,english), gre (189,male,23,no,greek), inchirk (217,Male,48,no,English), klicht (218,f,14,a little,German), knumb (210,,,,), kral (193,male,22,sort of,english), lebra (197,,,,), lom (219,male,20,i don't think so,english), mordens (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch), muv (228,chick,48,no,English-American), ong (222,f,28,no,english), plence (201,f,40,no,english), promp (214,female,25,Very little,English), pton (177,male,40,Yes,English), rud (232,m,36,no,english), qride (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog), quipped (226,Male,26,No,English), rich (225,male,29,no,english), ricket (180,f,56,yes,greek), scalemech (195,FEMALE,25,NOT REALLY,ENGLISH), schlacht (215,male,32,no,english), shimp (182,male,49,yes,English), skwizz (175,male,17,no,english), sova (185,female,29,no,english), stro (196,,,,), tel (204,female,25,no,Spanish), threck (179,male,23,no,english), tickigly (178,female,20,no,english), tist (221,female,46,no,english), trind (187,male,34,no,Italian), weshm (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English), wristom (209,male,61,no,spanish), zbor (229,female,19,yes,English)

Phant (153,M,28,N), craald (146,M,54,N), fav (167,F,15,N), frilz (145,M,25,N), graspolified (172,F,28,N), haze (152,F,50,N), juva (155,M,21,N), loosh (171,,,), mimm (166,M,45,N), moom (156,M,56,N), paluce (162,M,49,N), piff (148,F,30,Y), plumformitude (169,M,23,N), rish (158,F,50,N), ryst (173,,,), schchchc (170,f,22,N,French), sharnt (143,M,19,N), shee (163,F,56,N), shickerwef (wefl) (168,M,43,Y/N), shzzz (159,M,25,N), snems (165,F,75,N), snift (149,M,32,N), snirks (144,M,33,N,Spanish), vas (151,,,), Cheen (230,female,25,no,English), ashyby (178,female,20,no,english), bli (218,f,14,a little,German), blurn (188,Male,21,no,English), clow (185,female,29,no,english), fap (228,chick,48,no,English-American), feathermok (213,female,12,no,English), fleigh (175,male,17,no,english), flourgh (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English), fread (179,male,23,no,english), glazy (180,f,56,yes,greek), grop (223,male,42,no,english), gup (221,female,46,no,english), haffe (182,male,49,yes,English), hais (195,FEMALE,25,NOT REALLY,ENGLISH), har (219,male,20,i don't think so,english), harm (189,male,23,no,greek), ira (222,f,28,no,english), irmn (215,male,32,no,english), jari (211,female,31,no,spanish), kyme (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog), lil (204,female,25,no,Spanish), litejet (209,male,61,no,spanish), loof (214,female,25,Very little,English), moyng (200,M,47,no,English (British: Glamorgan, Wales)), oof (220,M,18,No,English), orl (177,male,40,Yes,English), peacie (216,f,53,no,eng), scoor (184,female,24,no,english/spanish), scrages (198,m,70,no,eng), shiz (190,Male,36,I've read a little in phonetics and phonology.,English), sluish (186,male,29,not formally -- only in my own lab,english), sprill (206,f,24,no,english), streep (227,male,37,never heard of it,american english), swalk (229,female,19,yes,English), swerf (210,,,,), vligh (187,male,34,no,Italian), vod (196,,,,), water (225,male,29,no,english), whush (193,male,22,sort of,english), yondit (226,Male,26,No,English), ziprons (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch), zish (217,Male,48,no,English), kuss (232,m,36,no,english)

Plurp (153,M,28,N), bla (163,F,56,N), blat (173,,,), blups (151,,,), doppleristitic myfebrimia (169,M,23,N), dring (145,M,25,N), dumpt (146,M,54,N), ghix (155,M,21,N), glou (170,f,22,N,French), gop (pop the p) (152,F,50,N), kligs (144,M,33,N,Spanish), mae (159,M,25,N), mortolisensilized (172,F,28,N), nirr (166,M,45,N), plimf (168,M,43,Y/N), plur (158,F,50,N), pneece (156,M,56,N), prains (165,F,75,N), rilm (162,M,49,N), rundle (143,M,19,N), worp (149,M,32,N), wout (148,F,30,Y), yip (171,,,), pople (198,m,70,no,eng), Lish (230,female,25,no,English), Marpis (213,female,12,no,English), TAL (212,FEMALE,31,NO,SPANISH), anda (211,female,31,no,spanish), ayt (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog), barkle (200,M,47,no,English (British: Glamorgan, Wales)), beadle (185,female,29,no,english), berubble (206,f,24,no,english), bil (189,male,23,no,greek), blough (pronounced blöf) (210,,,,), borm (179,male,23,no,english), boz (175,male,17,no,english), bur (222,f,28,no,english), cosm (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English), coust (182,male,49,yes,English), derlit (226,Male,26,No,English), dresh (177,male,40,Yes,English), droppinlettsf (209,male,61,no,spanish), drupl (187,male,34,no,Italian), dulb (195,FEMALE,25,NOT REALLY,ENGLISH), dybe (188,Male,21,no,English), ekur (228,chick,48,no,English-American), froop (227,male,37,never heard of it,american english), gat (190,Male,36,I've read a little in phonetics and phonology.,English), greep (217,Male,48,no,English), gruin (215,male,32,no,english), het (186,male,29,not formally -- only in my own lab,english), hot (225,male,29,no,english), laberans (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch), leeb (184,female,24,no,english/spanish), los (204,female,25,no,Spanish), marber (220,M,18,No,English), mext (196,,,,), ott (219,male,20,i don't think so,english), pa (221,female,46,no,english), pem (201,f,40,no,english), pindle (223,male,42,no,english), pleep (180,f,56,yes,greek), plip (214,female,25,Very little,English), rart (193,male,22,sort of,english), shizzle (197,,,,), spibs (229,female,19,yes,English), tricht (218,f,14,a little,German), weite (216,f,53,no,eng), ziggy (178,female,20,no,english), troh (232,m,36,no,english)


MAKE UP A WORD FOR:

to scrape the black stuff off overdone toast
Krump
(165,F,75,N), Slitch (153,M,28,N), choff (148,F,30,Y), gark (156,M,56,N), greff (166,M,45,N), griche (152,F,50,N), knup (144,M,33,N,Spanish), krank (145,M,25,N), kress (150,F,37,N), pift (149,M,32,N), plaak (146,M,54,N), rife (162,M,49,N), scroap (143,M,19,N), scroop (161,F,29,N), scrop (158,F,50,N), sheam (151,,,), shinge (168,M,43,Y/N), shinp (155,M,21,N), skri (163,F,56,N), sluff (172,F,28,N), sporf (173,,,), trape (157,F,18,Y), yuk (167,F,15,N), zacht (159,M,25,N), Crish (230,female,25,no,English), SHAP (212,FEMALE,31,NO,SPANISH), ack (216,f,53,no,eng), bat (189,male,23,no,greek), burnt (207,female,37,no,spanish), choff (195,FEMALE,25,NOT REALLY,ENGLISH), cindre (187,male,34,no,Italian), clurch (219,male,20,i don't think so,english), crantch (186,male,29,not formally -- only in my own lab,english), crusk (193,male,22,sort of,english), dix (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog), fleen (227,male,37,never heard of it,american english), glape (185,female,29,no,english), grork (220,M,18,No,English), har (211,female,31,no,spanish), juve (217,Male,48,no,English), kit (204,female,25,no,Spanish), moost (213,female,12,no,English), mub (201,f,40,no,english), pusk (188,Male,21,no,English), rip (222,f,28,no,english), scashy (178,female,20,no,english), schrade (214,female,25,Very little,English), sclop (184,female,24,no,english/spanish), scor (177,male,40,Yes,English), scrabotost (181,male,33,no,tamil), scraff (199,m,21,no,engllsih), scraste (190,Male,36,I've read a little in phonetics and phonology.,English), scredge (198,m,70,no,eng), scree (180,f,56,yes,greek), scrink (225,male,29,no,english), scroff (210,,,,), scrub (191,,,,), sfunge (200,M,47,no,English (British: Glamorgan, Wales)), shk (221,female,46,no,english), shon (196,,,,), shrump (223,male,42,no,english), skleen (192,Male,44,No,english), skreeg (218,f,14,a little,German), skwidge (175,male,17,no,english), slad (182,male,49,yes,English), squaff (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English), strok (206,f,24,no,english), thring (179,male,23,no,english), tife (228,chick,48,no,English-American), to cruft (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch), unc (197,,,,), yuit (215,male,32,no,english), zwap (229,female,19,yes,English), nisk (232,m,36,no,english)

the knobs on the spikes of a hairbrush
bip
(163,F,56,N), boops (151,,,), bot (146,M,54,N), dinks (145,M,25,N), flugs (166,M,45,N), gloob (153,M,28,N), gol (156,M,56,N), grunks (165,F,75,N), haie (162,M,49,N), knorb (173,,,), knorts (144,M,33,N,Spanish), lahr (172,F,28,N), loog (159,M,25,N), noops (143,M,19,N), nubbies (150,F,37,N), obes (158,F,50,N), p (168,M,43,Y/N), padl (152,F,50,N), tidge (149,M,32,N), vunt (155,M,21,N), zets (148,F,30,Y), GORB (212,FEMALE,31,NO,SPANISH), Tiffs (230,female,25,no,English), aor (185,female,29,no,english), barstes (200,M,47,no,English (British: Glamorgan, Wales)), bilts (199,m,21,no,engllsih), bristles (191,,,,), dafs (188,Male,21,no,English), druz (184,female,24,no,english/spanish), durg (175,male,17,no,english), frup (193,male,22,sort of,english), gherbs (229,female,19,yes,English), gibble (198,m,70,no,eng), glips (217,Male,48,no,English), grimps (210,,,,), gumps (220,M,18,No,English), hurts (207,female,37,no,spanish), kib (223,male,42,no,english), knobus (181,male,33,no,tamil), krou (189,male,23,no,greek), och (216,f,53,no,eng), olbs (180,f,56,yes,greek), pish (211,female,31,no,spanish), pits (222,f,28,no,english), plinks (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch), plinks (214,female,25,Very little,English), poon (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog), prit (218,f,14,a little,German), prits (182,male,49,yes,English), pround (213,female,12,no,English), pubbes (206,f,24,no,english), rek (221,female,46,no,english), rud (219,male,20,i don't think so,english), shigs (190,Male,36,I've read a little in phonetics and phonology.,English), suz (196,,,,), ter (228,chick,48,no,English-American), tinks (179,male,23,no,english), tob (225,male,29,no,english), tylp (215,male,32,no,english), ubes (195,FEMALE,25,NOT REALLY,ENGLISH), woull (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English), yibs (197,,,,), bol (232,m,36,no,english)

to swarm over the head like mosquitos
aktemp
(172,F,28,N), blooz (143,M,19,N), carse (155,M,21,N), freem (157,F,18,Y), gnagging (150,F,37,N), gris (156,M,56,N), harz (159,M,25,N), joon (146,M,54,N), kep (153,M,28,N), mniff (144,M,33,N,Spanish), ngie (152,F,50,N), quuf (kwoof) (148,F,30,Y), rill (162,M,49,N), shikkle (151,,,), spawl (149,M,32,N), squilf (168,M,43,Y/N), swat (167,F,15,N), swike (173,,,), vroom (145,M,25,N), whirm (158,F,50,N), zbum (165,F,75,N), zith (163,F,56,N), zizz (166,M,45,N), FEESH (212,FEMALE,31,NO,SPANISH), Zarm (230,female,25,no,English), aargh (199,m,21,no,engllsih), bleem (196,,,,), blun (228,chick,48,no,English-American), buzz (191,,,,), bwig (218,f,14,a little,German), bzzz (181,male,33,no,tamil), cai (211,female,31,no,spanish), culver (185,female,29,no,english), ezz (221,female,46,no,english), faff (201,f,40,no,english), fase (195,FEMALE,25,NOT REALLY,ENGLISH), fliss (227,male,37,never heard of it,american english), flok (177,male,40,Yes,English), floosh (193,male,22,sort of,english), florm (210,,,,), frig (220,M,18,No,English), ful (222,f,28,no,english), gizz (175,male,17,no,english), grache (217,Male,48,no,English), gruzz (214,female,25,Very little,English), iel (216,f,53,no,eng), mitle (223,male,42,no,english), mozz (190,Male,36,I've read a little in phonetics and phonology.,English), muzz (225,male,29,no,english), oops (207,female,37,no,spanish), rhass (187,male,34,no,Italian), shirm (182,male,49,yes,English), sip (204,female,25,no,Spanish), smurge (200,M,47,no,English (British: Glamorgan, Wales)), spesh (186,male,29,not formally -- only in my own lab,english), sping (198,m,70,no,eng), swack (178,female,20,no,english), swangz (206,f,24,no,english), thrang (179,male,23,no,english), to druzzle (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch), veep (184,female,24,no,english/spanish), veip (215,male,32,no,english), veizz (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English), wast (188,Male,21,no,English), yute (213,female,12,no,English), zeb (219,male,20,i don't think so,english), zi (189,male,23,no,greek), zizz (180,f,56,yes,greek), zub (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog), zub (229,female,19,yes,English), nezz (232,m,36,no,english)

the texture of a hedgehog
Gerht
(153,M,28,N), armph (172,F,28,N), blukky (151,,,), burh (152,F,50,N), chung (157,F,18,Y), drig (145,M,25,N), fitz (159,M,25,N), frep (166,M,45,N), fsee (162,M,49,N), gritchy (150,F,37,N), hoke (173,,,), nak (156,M,56,N), penkle (165,F,75,N), plyk (144,M,33,N,Spanish), prikt (158,F,50,N), priny (143,M,19,N), queup (kyoop) (148,F,30,Y), risht (149,M,32,N), rog (167,F,15,N), ship (163,F,56,N), straip (146,M,54,N), titl (168,M,43,Y/N), vingher (155,M,21,N), CARC (212,FEMALE,31,NO,SPANISH), Kipp (230,female,25,no,English), ach (218,f,14,a little,German), ank (211,female,31,no,spanish), blin (201,f,40,no,english), blog (179,male,23,no,english), brill (193,male,22,sort of,english), brist (177,male,40,Yes,English), carge (213,female,12,no,English), cin (204,female,25,no,Spanish), crilk (210,,,,), cug (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog), forse (219,male,20,i don't think so,english), frou (189,male,23,no,greek), fulsch (195,FEMALE,25,NOT REALLY,ENGLISH), gidgy (185,female,29,no,english), girt (182,male,49,yes,English), graks (220,M,18,No,English), grelve (217,Male,48,no,English), gropp (199,m,21,no,engllsih), het (216,f,53,no,eng), kraitch (198,m,70,no,eng), ksh (221,female,46,no,english), maunsch (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English), nin (180,f,56,yes,greek), normal (207,female,37,no,spanish), peighn (175,male,17,no,english), pif (223,male,42,no,english), pite (228,chick,48,no,English-American), pridge (206,f,24,no,english), ree (184,female,24,no,english/spanish), reet (222,f,28,no,english), rough (191,,,,), scrum (229,female,19,yes,English), shype (188,Male,21,no,English), sop (196,,,,), stimp (214,female,25,Very little,English), stipply (178,female,20,no,english), tibbely (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch), tipe (225,male,29,no,english), trit (200,M,47,no,English (British: Glamorgan, Wales)), twicky (181,male,33,no,tamil), xyan (215,male,32,no,english), krif (232,m,36,no,english)

a paper cutter
chun
(165,F,75,N), crickers (150,F,37,N), crift (172,F,28,N), flik (145,M,25,N), gheh (152,F,50,N), ghooort (153,M,28,N), himer (155,M,21,N), ki (163,F,56,N), kniff (162,M,49,N), krisg (144,M,33,N,Spanish), laest (146,M,54,N), quist (156,M,56,N), rik (173,,,), shal (168,M,43,Y/N), shlarp (143,M,19,N), sicer (151,,,), slike (158,F,50,N), yat (159,M,25,N), zeft (149,M,32,N), zirch (166,M,45,N), zurg (148,F,30,Y), SEEC (212,FEMALE,31,NO,SPANISH), Scart (230,female,25,no,English), apacut (181,male,33,no,tamil), carp (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog), chark (220,M,18,No,English), eb (179,male,23,no,english), gaja (185,female,29,no,english), gank (199,m,21,no,engllsih), kilst (195,FEMALE,25,NOT REALLY,ENGLISH), ksin (189,male,23,no,greek), muw (215,male,32,no,english), nisk (188,Male,21,no,English), no (207,female,37,no,spanish), ott (216,f,53,no,eng), rop (184,female,24,no,english/spanish), ruk (221,female,46,no,english), schipt (214,female,25,Very little,English), schlin (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English), schnimm (210,,,,), scitter (178,female,20,no,english), sciz (180,f,56,yes,greek), scrive (229,female,19,yes,English), scur (193,male,22,sort of,english), shid (182,male,49,yes,English), shist (219,male,20,i don't think so,english), siz (196,,,,), sleech (218,f,14,a little,German), slicer (191,,,,), sloan (175,male,17,no,english), snat (200,M,47,no,English (British: Glamorgan, Wales)), squip (217,Male,48,no,English), stet (223,male,42,no,english), stimp (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch), stip (222,f,28,no,english), sut (225,male,29,no,english), tark (213,female,12,no,English), tiun (211,female,31,no,spanish), torsk (228,chick,48,no,English-American), tretch (198,m,70,no,eng), trilk (206,f,24,no,english), xall (204,female,25,no,Spanish), yow (197,,,,), zrip (232,m,36,no,english)

a layer of pollen on plant leaves
Fasht
(153,M,28,N), blubble (151,,,), drin (145,M,25,N), flimth (168,M,43,Y/N), fluck (161,F,29,N), frej (146,M,54,N), hust (149,M,32,N), hutlo (144,M,33,N,Spanish), laiple (143,M,19,N), pillsh (158,F,50,N), plem (165,F,75,N), quimet (150,F,37,N), quist (155,M,21,N), renft (172,F,28,N), rull (166,M,45,N), sik (173,,,), sluff (162,M,49,N), smeeb (159,M,25,N), smot (148,F,30,Y), snem (156,M,56,N), thuh (152,F,50,N), yeh (163,F,56,N), BALG (212,FEMALE,31,NO,SPANISH), Doos (230,female,25,no,English), alergys (207,female,37,no,spanish), bees (191,,,,), bloss (217,Male,48,no,English), caj (185,female,29,no,english), cligst (198,m,70,no,eng), cove (222,f,28,no,english), cree (216,f,53,no,eng), duuz (218,f,14,a little,German), erip (213,female,12,no,English), ferm (175,male,17,no,english), filb (220,M,18,No,English), fiz (196,,,,), flif (184,female,24,no,english/spanish), fop (223,male,42,no,english), frust (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch), glouf (182,male,49,yes,English), hoom (201,f,40,no,english), laf (189,male,23,no,greek), lelp (229,female,19,yes,English), lilm (193,male,22,sort of,english), liss (204,female,25,no,Spanish), lod (219,male,20,i don't think so,english), mew (179,male,23,no,english), piff (180,f,56,yes,greek), pluzz (228,chick,48,no,English-American), poplan (181,male,33,no,tamil), post (190,Male,36,I've read a little in phonetics and phonology.,English), prouze (200,M,47,no,English (British: Glamorgan, Wales)), pst (221,female,46,no,english), purn (225,male,29,no,english), rai (211,female,31,no,spanish), schwave (199,m,21,no,engllsih), smedge (206,f,24,no,english), soom (195,FEMALE,25,NOT REALLY,ENGLISH), syeh (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog), woomf (210,,,,), woss (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English), yewt (188,Male,21,no,English), yourf (214,female,25,Very little,English), zoun (215,male,32,no,english), velah (232,m,36,no,english)

the feeling you get falling downward on a roller coaster
Gnaaaa
(153,M,28,N), billf (162,M,49,N), bleh (157,F,18,Y), eea (163,F,56,N), frall (145,M,25,N), gah (164,F,26,N), geeed (172,F,28,N), gull (173,,,), gurfs (168,M,43,Y/N), hrak (144,M,33,N,Spanish), imphish (150,F,37,N), kolp (155,M,21,N), kroat (148,F,30,Y), lubb (166,M,45,N), maushy (151,,,), oagh (152,F,50,N), peelt (146,M,54,N), penzy (143,M,19,N), sneel (149,M,32,N), urgh (159,M,25,N), uuf (156,M,56,N), woop (161,F,29,N), yea (167,F,15,N), zown (158,F,50,N), zud (165,F,75,N), Mup (213,female,12,no,English), OLG (212,FEMALE,31,NO,SPANISH), Wa (230,female,25,no,English), aind (195,FEMALE,25,NOT REALLY,ENGLISH), arb (200,M,47,no,English (British: Glamorgan, Wales)), arrrrrrrrrrrggggggghhhhhhhhhhh (193,male,22,sort of,english), beece (199,m,21,no,engllsih), blabbery (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch), bloomp (229,female,19,yes,English), blout (225,male,29,no,english), drast (188,Male,21,no,English), eem (190,Male,36,I've read a little in phonetics and phonology.,English), gaugue (175,male,17,no,english), groof (184,female,24,no,english/spanish), halsh (179,male,23,no,english), hloos (198,m,70,no,eng), hok (221,female,46,no,english), humk (228,chick,48,no,English-American), lisch (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English), loba (185,female,29,no,english), looj (217,Male,48,no,English), lool (214,female,25,Very little,English), loose (222,f,28,no,english), moll (204,female,25,no,Spanish), oh (189,male,23,no,greek), oib (215,male,32,no,english), oog (180,f,56,yes,greek), oohgee (206,f,24,no,english), quog (220,M,18,No,English), raht (223,male,42,no,english), rush (191,,,,), she (211,female,31,no,spanish), sick (207,female,37,no,spanish), vooj (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog), waal (218,f,14,a little,German), wee (216,f,53,no,eng), weem (201,f,40,no,english), whoomp! (187,male,34,no,Italian), whoosh (181,male,33,no,tamil), whouse (182,male,49,yes,English), woal (186,male,29,not formally -- only in my own lab,english), woffly (178,female,20,no,english), woz (196,,,,), yammed (210,,,,), yeed (219,male,20,i don't think so,english), shoon (232,m,36,no,english)

the appearance of the sky before a storm
blerk
(143,M,19,N), blum (148,F,30,Y), boov (168,M,43,Y/N), donai (150,F,37,N), doork (158,F,50,N), drk (167,F,15,N), droom (145,M,25,N), grawb (149,M,32,N), grom (165,F,75,N), harn (166,M,45,N), krood (146,M,54,N), ndar (152,F,50,N), raum (173,,,), roma (163,F,56,N), runk (156,M,56,N), sbludy (144,M,33,N,Spanish), sroll (172,F,28,N), stiig (162,M,49,N), veaut (155,M,21,N), vlared (151,,,), vloog (159,M,25,N), xlin (153,M,28,N), HEEK (212,FEMALE,31,NO,SPANISH), Swee (230,female,25,no,English), aere (199,m,21,no,engllsih), blad (189,male,23,no,greek), blet (201,f,40,no,english), blouge (182,male,49,yes,English), buetiful (207,female,37,no,spanish), cruzy (225,male,29,no,english), dam (211,female,31,no,spanish), dark (191,,,,), darth (213,female,12,no,English), dlam (184,female,24,no,english/spanish), drang (180,f,56,yes,greek), dreaky (181,male,33,no,tamil), drom (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch), flad (222,f,28,no,english), frin (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog), gaivy (178,female,20,no,english), gnur (198,m,70,no,eng), grady (187,male,34,no,Italian), graz (228,chick,48,no,English-American), griekt (218,f,14,a little,German), gropf (223,male,42,no,english), haa (216,f,53,no,eng), haasch (195,FEMALE,25,NOT REALLY,ENGLISH), helk (229,female,19,yes,English), lar (219,male,20,i don't think so,english), loor (193,male,22,sort of,english), loz (196,,,,), maff (200,M,47,no,English (British: Glamorgan, Wales)), meck (186,male,29,not formally -- only in my own lab,english), moog (220,M,18,No,English), ohn (190,Male,36,I've read a little in phonetics and phonology.,English), plerk (179,male,23,no,english), quartzle (206,f,24,no,english), quas (214,female,25,Very little,English), quicht (215,male,32,no,english), sempt (175,male,17,no,english), shamana (185,female,29,no,english), shm (221,female,46,no,english), smoy (188,Male,21,no,English), swook (210,,,,), wonce (217,Male,48,no,English), woush (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English), wull (204,female,25,no,Spanish), slett (232,m,36,no,english)

to drag something heavy into the water
Umv
(153,M,28,N),: bloosh (151,,,),: dlar (166,M,45,N),: dreag (148,F,30,Y),: drung (167,F,15,N),: fludge (168,M,43,Y/N),: grunk (145,M,25,N),: ludge (157,F,18,Y),: lumph (150,F,37,N),: naft (172,F,28,N),: shloog (159,M,25,N),: shloop (156,M,56,N),: shlug (143,M,19,N),: shump (158,F,50,N),: slaaag (165,F,75,N),: slith (163,F,56,N),: sploat (173,,,),: splook (162,M,49,N),: tresk (146,M,54,N),: uph (152,F,50,N),: vagh (155,M,21,N),: whals (144,M,33,N,Spanish),: zwom (149,M,32,N), FOOLP (212,FEMALE,31,NO,SPANISH), Plab (230,female,25,no,English), bade (227,male,37,never heard of it,american english), boop (220,M,18,No,English), broge (217,Male,48,no,English), brou (189,male,23,no,greek), crim (201,f,40,no,english), crob (179,male,23,no,english), drugwater (181,male,33,no,tamil), duhl (180,f,56,yes,greek), flop (222,f,28,no,english), flouw (225,male,29,no,english), frale (214,female,25,Very little,English), fsk (221,female,46,no,english), gloup (182,male,49,yes,English), gluff (210,,,,), grish (200,M,47,no,English (British: Glamorgan, Wales)), hef (197,,,,), heft (177,male,40,Yes,English), helse (195,FEMALE,25,NOT REALLY,ENGLISH), hev (228,chick,48,no,English-American), hove (178,female,20,no,english), hurf (192,Male,44,No,english), loo (216,f,53,no,eng), lurg (219,male,20,i don't think so,english), marge (213,female,12,no,English), muj (184,female,24,no,english/spanish), oolg (215,male,32,no,english), plange (187,male,34,no,Italian), plimm (202,F.,48,not really, but I sense that I have,English), plop (204,female,25,no,Spanish), pludge (206,f,24,no,english), prunz (218,f,14,a little,German), pull (191,,,,), rocks (207,female,37,no,spanish), shug (196,,,,), skog (223,male,42,no,english), slodg (198,m,70,no,eng), spac (203,female,23,nope,Tagalog), splunk (199,m,21,no,engllsih), sqlooch (229,female,19,yes,English), tain (175,male,17,no,english), taul (188,Male,21,no,English), tir (211,female,31,no,spanish), to smoor (176,female,19,just one year now, it's part of my course.,Dutch), toi (185,female,29,no,english), loosh (232,m,36,no,english)



Margo's Magical Letter Page