Query Responses



Margo's Magical Letter Page


Total Respondents: 735

I have organized the first 142 query responses in more detail manually so you can get a better overview of the responses. But I'm finding it too time consuming, so from now on, I'll just give you the data unformatted:


Query Response 1 (analyzed)
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bubbles:

Blaue (599,Female,17,Yes,English), Bloop (638,Female,20,No,Dutch), Centralers (690,m,65,No,English), Cirruplasm (653,f,35,yes,English/Cantonese), Dippling (721,F,28,yes,English), Flurp (598,Male,17,No,German\English), Foobles (654,Male,34,no,English), Garadesh (612,f,29,only cursorily,english), Gargg (667,male,23,not really,american english), IlocafindsLindoromwa (706,Male,age: ,teeg-yes,Atlantean/English), Inkblots (627,female,26,yes,filipino), Olander (633,,,,), Olives on Cantalope (716,FEMALE,60,NO,ENGLISH), Oundunickles (672,male,47,some,Spanish), Sanaria (722,male,26,nope,dutch), Scarendous melf. (669,female,26,a little,English), Sebadoh (620,Male,20,I am an MC. You should talk to some MCs, bro. Or at least me. Wordsound is alive and well.,English), Smigs (670,male,30,no,serbian - italian), Spoodles (688,Male,44,No,English), Tadbliss (619,F,26,No,English), Tigrin (623,female,45,no, though I enjoy etymology,English), archinebeb (689,,,,), balicular (723,female,33,no,english), beloon (691,female,32,no,dutch), binkos (705,male,26,no,english), blackgrapes (677,female,27,yes,hindi), blauborous fattrunkus (642,male,15,no, but want to study all linguistics,english), blewadirn (711,male,17,no,dutch), blobule (684,female,487,no,English), blombering (641,Fair Oaks,50,no,english), bloobenshine (613,F,51,No,English), blorbs (634,male,59,a little bit,English), blots (616,female,17,no,portuguese), boble (647,female,14,no,english), boblets (605,female,21,no,english), bobules (609,,,,), boliamar (636,,,,), booble (673,male,43,no,English), bubbless in orange (601,male,48,no,slovak), bubles (698,female,15,no,romanian), cells born from darkness (665,female,23,no,english), circularity (709,F,44,no,English), cirilus (660,female,30,no,english), clobs (717,female,50,no,English), cytoplasmic corpulscles (686,,,,), dewoptic (734,female,26,no,english), diskools (624,female,34,a litle bit only,Spanish), doomsday (610,female,64,no,Hungarian), dorshke (648,female,21,yes,english), eclisphotolosium (676,female,31,no,Haitian-creole), flawer (649,male,22,no,english), flibbutocious (637,Male,32,No,English), glarkies (615,female,22,it's my diploma,Russian), glibble (718,female,25,no,english), glubulous (608,Male,38,just beginning,English), golgrun (646,male,27,no,english), goolmontris (712,female,13,no,polish), gratulatte (606,female,27,no,tagalog), hemaxtrix (628,female,48,no,english), heplophin (719,female,21,no,english), horizon (661,,,,), how do you invent a word for ugly? (650,f,33,no,english), hurligob (617,female,47,no,mid-west english), kinamas (708,female,47,no,portuguese), loopules (682,female,46,nope,english), luminescent sun mercury (728,male,27,not in the popular sense of the meaning,English/Japanese), melliw (631,female,45,yes,English), mimla (671,female,25,no,English), miritses (681,female,20,I've stumbled into thinking about it once or twice, never systematically,hard to answer...I spoke German until three, then learned English which is my dominant language but I have retained fluency in german), moman (733,Male,25,Not institutionally,English), naggrapop (607,m,35,no,english), nobilys (700,,,,), norbency (618,female,27,very little,English), oil or oily (713,Female,42,no,turkish), olive-rings (621,female,49,no,french), olives (732,female,22,no,english), olivo (730,Female,39,Yes,Englih), oolog (611,female,20,at an introductory level,English), orn (715,m,20,no,english), orviolle (658,male,20,no,english), pic missing (695,male,38,Yes,English), plab (644,,,no,), plagile - seaflam (Ed) (727,female male,43,no,no,english), plenitropic (694,femaile,29,no,Russian), ploobs (726,M,45,No,English), pointagulation (666,f,29,n,english), pominos (639,virgin :-),14,nope,English), prinocci (656,male,41,no,english), raj (602,female,20,no, but im a linguistics major,english and spanish), roany (659,female,18,a little bit,romanian), scaridairy (731,Female,45,No.,English), seqoil (696,male,19,no,english), shib (630,Female,54,No,English), sir (692,male,20,a bit,English), skarush (skah roosh') (697,female,27,no,American English), sloopish (725,Male,22,no,English), snogglefloffer (626,m,18,no, but want to,eng), soptin (720,male,27,not formaly,English), soy in oil (675,female,38,never,english), spidginous (714,F,33,No,English), spifftack (704,F,17,no,English), spills (680,male,57,no,portuguese), splooge (657,male,23,no,english), splorgkind (635,F,15,not really,English), splotosis (652,m,54,no,english), splotty (614,male,23,no that I know of!,maderin/cantonese), spootle (662,Female,57,No,English), sporadots (603,male,37,interested,English), spots of a belly (655,female,39,no,english), supasupa (729,female,21,no,english), these are boobles (693,f,39,a tiny bit,English/Latvian _ parents Latvian, brought up in US), tripulate (674,female,53,no,Engish), tumious (622,M,22,I'm writing a paper on it for an english class, but this is my first studying of it (last couple days),English), universal cycles (683,f,37,no,mexican/hawaiian), yellowredish (640,m,30,y,eng), yorb (687,M,20,no,English), zowteh (735,male,57,no,english, ukrainian/), ÍæÞáíæäÇÊ (629,M,23,SOMEHOW,ARABIC)


deadly (610,female,64,no,Hungarian), Bishtorted faceish. (669,female,26,a little,English), Bubbleflame (619,F,26,No,English), Drusion (670,male,30,no,serbian - italian), Fleshy (638,Female,20,No,Dutch), Gaagoo (599,Female,17,Yes,English), Grostlen (620,Male,20,I am an MC. You should talk to some MCs, bro. Or at least me. Wordsound is alive and well.,English), IbloodbyRomi (706,Male,age: ,teeg-yes,Atlantean/English), Incaltation (688,Male,44,No,English), Mauran (721,F,28,yes,English), Mlurg (612,f,29,only cursorily,english), Mysh (717,female,50,no,English), Skumby (598,Male,17,No,German\English), Slumplyloo (722,male,26,nope,dutch), Tear Drops on Rose Pedal (716,FEMALE,60,NO,ENGLISH), Vortswirls (672,male,47,some,Spanish), antimirror (693,f,39,a tiny bit,English/Latvian _ parents Latvian, brought up in US), bagoona (615,female,22,it's my diploma,Russian), beginning of the end of the beginning (665,female,23,no,english), blantroist (712,female,13,no,polish), blemblurm (637,Male,32,No,English), blured face (683,f,37,no,mexican/hawaiian), brickin (611,female,20,at an introductory level,English), carpich (pronounced with a german 'ch') (622,M,22,I'm writing a paper on it for an english class, but this is my first studying of it (last couple days),English), chromatic image (684,female,487,no,English), coaguize (734,female,26,no,english), cogufance (674,female,53,no,Engish), credulae (652,m,54,no,english), croisser (627,female,26,yes,filipino), crupac (700,,,,), dorcher (630,Female,54,No,English), endosmy (605,female,21,no,english), facesideways (725,Male,22,no,English), facigrinkle (613,F,51,No,English), fack (647,female,14,no,english), fadarin (711,male,17,no,dutch), famblorious (642,male,15,no, but want to study all linguistics,english), flink (644,,,no,), freshlings (624,female,34,a litle bit only,Spanish), frizzpixelated (603,male,37,interested,English), glukth (704,F,17,no,English), gooslo (671,female,25,no,English), gribbled (733,Male,25,Not institutionally,English), hell (698,female,15,no,romanian), hemogin (661,,,,), holodney (735,male,57,no,english, ukrainian/), imprevague (690,m,65,No,English), inglimion (in gli' mee on) (697,female,27,no,American English), insi (602,female,20,no, but im a linguistics major,english and spanish), insides (616,female,17,no,portuguese), insightsys (640,m,30,y,eng), krasticorns (641,Fair Oaks,50,no,english), mainrendruff (666,f,29,n,english), maresh (720,male,27,not formaly,English), marzish (726,M,45,No,English), mesticaceous (658,male,20,no,english), myooosh (667,male,23,not really,american english), nlobyjyjy (607,m,35,no,english), oftly (659,female,18,a little bit,romanian), patel (606,female,27,no,tagalog), phloom (703,female,20,Engish, German), phlumera (681,female,20,English, German), pic missing (695,male,38,Yes,English), pikaloosh (617,female,47,no,mid-west english), pinchpot (731,Female,45,No.,English), plinkaration (730,Female,39,Yes,Englih), plor (687,M,20,no,English), polipose (623,female,45,no, though I enjoy etymology,English), profilence (676,female,31,no,Haitian-creole), pulva (657,male,23,no,english), ranage (656,male,41,no,english), randpat (696,male,19,no,english), raspmush (662,Female,57,No,English), red collage (601,male,48,no,slovak), rentner (608,Male,38,just beginning,English), ritheled (694,femaile,29,no,Russian), roam (708,female,47,no,portuguese), roetsj (691,female,32,no,dutch), sacrafice (675,female,38,never,english), sadface (677,female,27,yes,hindi), satik (729,female,21,no,english), scarfacious - sandrage (Ed) (727,female male,43,no,no,english), schmuzzled (628,female,48,no,english), sea jelly (728,male,27,not in the popular sense of the meaning,English/Japanese), shemie (723,female,33,no,english), sineii (636,,,,), sloppressionism (634,male,59,a little bit,English), smedge (653,f,35,yes,English/Cantonese), snello (631,female,45,yes,English), sphox (719,female,21,no,english), spime (649,male,22,no,english), splankt (609,,,,), spleckled (635,F,15,not really,English), spleenigross (682,female,46,nope,english), squarmy (714,F,33,No,English), squildge (673,male,43,no,English), streubenhieber (626,m,18,no, but want to,eng), swabble (648,female,21,yes,english), swigglier (709,F,44,no,English), szil (668,m,25,no,english-greek), tissue or texture (713,Female,42,no,turkish), turguulip (618,female,27,very little,English), uck my insides (655,female,39,no,english), vase (692,male,20,a bit,English), vilifile (660,female,30,no,english), voap (639,virgin :-),14,nope,English), wrardle (this is the sort of thing I'd use as my desktop wallpaper sometimes) (705,male,26,no,english), wrill (718,female,25,no,english), ÌÚÇÝíÕ (629,M,23,SOMEHOW,ARABIC)


poem:

Candrinoto (706,Male,age: ,teeg-yes,Atlantean/English), Deeron (722,male,26,nope,dutch), Faal (670,male,30,no,serbian - italian), Fost (653,f,35,yes,English/Cantonese), Grayed monotonin. (669,female,26,a little,English), Harbor Mist (716,FEMALE,60,NO,ENGLISH), Isher (620,Male,20,English), Lochnessed (598,Male,17,No,German\English), Loom (633,,,,), Mesilve (619,F,26,No,English), Moonsweep (672,male,47,some,Spanish), Mrashti (612,f,29,only cursorily,english), Quimmering (688,Male,44,No,English), Serene (638,Female,20,No,Dutch), Siem (Spanish pronunciation please) (721,F,28,yes,English), This looks like Long Lake Michigan! (724,,,,), a spreck (639,virgin :-),14,nope,English), aruen (668,m,25,no,english-greek), ashaerhdic (658,male,20,no,english), blassig (691,female,32,no,dutch), bliff (705,male,26,no,english), blue skyes (732,female,22,no,english), blurrey (627,female,26,yes,filipino), bom (692,male,20,a bit,English), brincal (631,female,45,yes,English), bwabwu (607,m,35,no,english), cemplete (642,male,15,no, but want to study all linguistics,english), deep (655,female,39,no,english), dextral pwelp (714,F,33,No,English), disty (689,,,,), dream (680,male,57,no,portuguese), early years (728,male,27,English/Japanese), eloona (611,female,20,at an introductory level,English), faug (605,female,21,no,english), feeronic (700,,,,), filkleflex (673,male,43,no,English), flale (729,female,21,no,english), fogacious (652,m,54,no,english), foggy river (601,male,48,no,slovak), foggyofume (676,female,31,no,Haitian-creole), fogimost (709,F,44,no,English), fohtom (734,female,26,no,english), folseon (712,female,13,no,polish), glomish (634,male,59,a little bit,English), grastous (725,Male,22,no,English), greiblaze (666,f,29,n,english), greld (635,F,15,not really,English), greysilh (696,male,19,no,english), heim (630,Female,54,No,English), hummer (624,female,34,a litle bit only,Spanish), itsch (708,female,47,no,portuguese), jahna (715,m,20,no,english), kiddank (681,female,20,English, German), kriddik (703,female,20,English, German), lake (698,female,15,no,romanian), lake view (683,f,37,no,mexican/hawaiian), lakefog (613,F,51,No,English), lase (647,female,14,no,english), leamino (615,female,22,it's my diploma,Russian), lost sea (661,,,,), mandel (626,m,18,no, but want to,eng), meraka (735,male,57,no,english, ukrainian/), misechim (711,male,17,no,dutch), mishferious (618,female,27,very little,English), mistarysol eclipse (686,,,,), mistknow (690,m,65,No,English), mitheren (mi thare' in) (697,female,27,no,American English), mock (Ed) - freyanborg (727,female male,43,no,no,english), moodying (640,m,30,y,eng), moog (649,male,22,no,english), moorhaze (682,female,46,nope,english), mycst (657,male,23,no,english), neebin (656,male,41,no,english), noost (644,,,no,), offtofalby (608,Male,38,just beginning,English), oshean (718,female,25,no,english), parta (723,female,33,no,english), plamminalitrom (641,Fair Oaks,50,no,english), quessensive (674,female,53,no,Engish), reflected environment or mirror (713,Female,42,no,turkish), rest (665,female,23,no,english), sasna (671,female,25,no,English), scrimlebbit (637,Male,32,No,English), scrin (623,female,45,no, though I enjoy etymology,English), seazee (659,female,18,a little bit,romanian), shadowet (726,M,45,No,English), shasta (733,Male,25,Not institutionally,English), shoredusky (684,female,487,no,English), sillamara (704,F,17,no,English), skyglowflect (667,male,23,not really,american english), skymeetsea (677,female,27,yes,hindi), sleemly (622,M,22,I'm writing a paper on it for an english class, but this is my first studying of it (last couple days),English), slowfields (731,Female,45,No.,English), slurble (660,female,30,no,english), smugination (730,Female,39,Yes,Englih), soupish (628,female,48,no,english), sphair (717,female,50,no,English), spleaw (719,female,21,no,english), srelladial (687,M,20,no,English), srene (602,female,20,no, but im a linguistics major,english and spanish), steet (648,female,21,yes,english), summerfog (606,female,27,no,tagalog), sungrei (636,,,,), surraine (610,female,64,no,Hungarian), tainted veiw (675,female,38,never,english), toth (694,femaile,29,no,Russian), uveil (720,male,27,not formaly,English), vaggy (603,male,37,interested,English), warmbly (693,f,39,a tiny bit,English/Latvian _ parents Latvian, brought up in US), watsmog (662,Female,57,No,English), wiselloon (695,male,38,Yes,English), woooooooo (599,Female,17,Yes,English), ãÈåãåãÇÁ (629,M,23,SOMEHOW,ARABIC)


mount:

Boomdast (670,male,30,no,serbian - italian), Cloudiferous greenage-peak. (669,female,26,a little,English), Esconce (688,Male,44,No,English), Grok (619,F,26,No,English), Haret (612,f,29,only cursorily,english), Jutterbing (722,male,26,nope,dutch), Merrakhash (653,f,35,yes,English/Cantonese), Moigler (598,Male,17,No,German\English), Morkada (620,Male,20,English), Mystera (701,Male,12,No,English), Peaks (675,female,38,never,english), Pyrigridfodkado (706,Male,age: ,teeg-yes,Atlantean/English), Ring around Tabit (716,FEMALE,60,NO,ENGLISH), Treatening (638,Female,20,No,Dutch), Tryptfoggle (672,male,47,some,Spanish), acal (636,,,,), aloner (606,female,27,no,tagalog), andarbis (an dahr' biss) (697,female,27,no,American English), aqualith (682,female,46,nope,english), aspen (661,,,,), awdent (611,female,20,at an introductory level,English), bad dream (680,male,57,no,portuguese), bishto (671,female,25,no,English), blorg (641,Fair Oaks,50,no,english), bluetop (731,Female,45,No.,English), blunnik (618,female,27,very little,English), bluory (642,male,15,no, but want to study all linguistics,english), blurdots (709,F,44,no,English), blurrey mount (627,female,26,yes,filipino), breath or digital (713,Female,42,no,turkish), claide (630,Female,54,No,English), clouded (655,female,39,no,english), cospapin (648,female,21,yes,english), cumvoid (673,male,43,no,English), dorist (691,female,32,no,dutch), dravaro (687,M,20,no,English), faded mind (728,male,27,not in the popular sense of the meaning,English/Japanese), fawagd (615,female,22,it's my diploma,Russian), feary (659,female,18,a little bit,romanian), fjorzz (658,male,20,no,english), focaltrance (690,m,65,No,English), fogaloid (652,m,54,no,english), foodge (705,male,26,no,english), fromf (657,male,23,no,english), fumation (686,,,,), fuzzled (603,male,37,interested,English), fuzzled (628,female,48,no,english), fyevd (635,F,15,not really,English), globvat (626,m,18,no, but want to,eng), gorm (681,female,20,English, German), haffy (714,F,33,No,English), hillsmudge (662,Female,57,No,English), hipsion (725,Male,22,no,English), humm (708,female,47,no,portuguese), joskin (723,female,33,no,english), judgement of self (665,female,23,no,english), kundar (717,female,50,no,English), lintner (608,Male,38,just beginning,English), loomarid (634,male,59,a little bit,English), lumioantin (719,female,21,no,english), mazzy (614,male,23,no that I know of!,maderin/cantonese), meak (605,female,21,no,english), miiiii (667,male,23,not really,american english), miricle (616,female,17,no,portuguese), mistic (610,female,64,no,Hungarian), mistydusk (677,female,27,yes,hindi), monst (718,female,25,no,english), mountain view (683,f,37,no,mexican/hawaiian), mountree (726,M,45,No,English), munter (729,female,21,no,english), myskt (692,male,20,a bit,English), nargfye (704,F,17,no,English), neuroform (734,female,26,no,english), nipnoughjrexiness (607,m,35,no,english), offin (700,,,,), old path (732,female,22,no,english), orcosis (660,female,30,no,english), peakmantatin (676,female,31,no,Haitian-creole), pex (602,female,20,no, but im a linguistics major,english and spanish), photograzier (666,f,29,n,english), pinsew (649,male,22,no,english), prammed (733,Male,25,Not institutionally,English), punti (631,female,45,yes,English), pyracle (693,f,39,a tiny bit,English/Latvian _ parents Latvian, brought up in US), pyramid hawk (684,female,487,no,English), pyramide mountain (601,male,48,no,slovak), pyrhaze (696,male,19,no,english), rising spirit (698,female,15,no,romanian), shalachon (711,male,17,no,dutch), shatang (624,female,34,a litle bit only,Spanish), skalah (735,male,57,no,english, ukrainian/), slin (644,,,no,), smearypyramid (613,F,51,No,English), sopmopokope (647,female,14,no,english), spirundrum (695,male,38,Yes,English), spledic (656,male,41,no,english), sumlan (639,virgin :-),14,nope,English), swobble (694,femaile,29,no,Russian), taractilian - bocean (Ed) (727,female male,43,no,no,english), tarm (703,female,20,yes, English,German), te'aron (720,male,27,not formaly,English), topular (674,female,53,no,Engish), torvous (622,M,22,I'm writing a paper on it for an english class, but this is my first studying of it (last couple days),English), upirrary (730,Female,39,Yes,Englih), uppening (640,m,30,y,eng), velve (623,female,45,no, though I enjoy etymology,English), waeyta (712,female,13,no,polish), whaaaaaaaaa (599,Female,17,Yes,English), wog (668,m,25,no,english-greek), wooble (637,Male,32,No,English), ãÌãáãÏæä (629,M,23,SOMEHOW,ARABIC)


stars:

Bloret (619,F,26,No,English), Burble (653,f,35,yes,English/Cantonese), Butrisondoni (706,Male,age: ,teeg-yes,Atlantean/English), Canycrups (722,male,26,nope,dutch), Crikcles (670,male,30,no,serbian - italian), Eyewryns (672,male,47,some,Spanish), Foobles (654,Male,34,no,English), Futtiping (688,Male,44,No,English), New Age (638,Female,20,No,Dutch), Space Spys (716,FEMALE,60,NO,ENGLISH), Spargled skyishness. (669,female,26,a little,English), Spoinglish (598,Male,17,No,German\English), Willarn (721,F,28,yes,English), amvellue (658,male,20,no,english), astronization (652,m,54,no,english), beloond (624,female,34,a litle bit only,Spanish), belthilil (bell' thill ill) (697,female,27,no,American English), biomobile (690,m,65,No,English), bitochondria (726,M,45,No,English), bleerp (667,male,23,not really,american english), bleucielentec (676,female,31,no,Haitian-creole), blez (729,female,21,no,english), bllluuu (698,female,15,no,romanian), bluburt (723,female,33,no,english), bludimple (662,Female,57,No,English), blurriaisley (603,male,37,interested,English), blustic (693,f,39,a tiny bit,English/Latvian _ parents Latvian, brought up in US), bouf (692,male,20,a bit,English), bulliante (704,F,17,no,English), bult (623,female,45,no, though I enjoy etymology,English), cascaspred (734,female,26,no,english), celesty (718,female,25,no,english), cerassnivova - spite (Ed) (727,female male,43,no,no,english), copoloporopsop (647,female,14,no,english), cribet (606,female,27,no,tagalog), dake (649,male,22,no,english), dazling (610,female,64,no,Hungarian), dottification (730,Female,39,Yes,Englih), eppie (659,female,18,a little bit,romanian), estrells (660,female,30,no,english), evil eye or silk (713,Female,42,no,turkish), extrapentatorment (642,male,15,no, but want to study all linguistics,english), faborot (719,female,21,no,english), fash (687,M,20,no,English), fench (705,male,26,no,english), flagnattener (637,Male,32,No,English), fractaleyes (682,female,46,nope,english), galaxy (677,female,27,yes,hindi), githers (700,,,,), glaris (612,f,29,only cursorily,english), granny asleep (675,female,38,never,english), groo (733,Male,25,Not institutionally,English), halorons (634,male,59,a little bit,English), hemocules (684,female,487,no,English), horizons (683,f,37,no,mexican/hawaiian), hybomhlochin (717,female,50,no,English), instrane (694,femaile,29,no,Russian), jazzirial (622,M,22,yes/no,English), klaogh (607,m,35,no,english), kril (691,female,32,no,dutch), looferosity (673,male,43,no,English), lupsu (602,female,20,no, but im a linguistics major,english and spanish), masla (671,female,25,no,English), matete (708,female,47,no,portuguese), mauie's quilt (627,female,26,yes,filipino), modgnick (626,m,18,no, but want to,eng), morepat (696,male,19,no,english), mwark (714,F,33,No,English), myramad (648,female,21,yes,english), mystiqualler (674,female,53,no,Engish), naroam (703,female,20,yes/no,English, German), obedobe (599,Female,17,Yes,English), outerskoby (608,Male,38,just beginning,English), peacockblues (613,F,51,No,English), peasol (611,female,20,at an introductory level,English), perina (735,male,57,no,english, ukrainian/), pipple (641,Fair Oaks,50,no,english), plexicotton (639,virgin :-),14,nope,English), sapem (630,Female,54,No,English), scrizzle (731,Female,45,No.,English), shemolage (656,male,41,no,english), shotzenfruze (695,male,38,Yes,English), silemi (636,,,,), skelli (681,female,20,English, German), skooch (628,female,48,no,english), solarplasma (686,,,,), space ntbetween here and dreams (665,female,23,no,english), spokbin (618,female,27,very little,English), sunny days (732,female,22,no,english), swashy (725,Male,22,no,English), tacky (635,F,15,not really,English), tahash qunurka (711,male,17,no,dutch), tailing (640,m,30,y,eng), tarvish (720,male,27,not formaly,English), thousand eye (728,male,27,not in the popular sense of the meaning,English/Japanese), trippin (655,female,39,no,english), tuyayin (712,female,13,no,polish), tuyrdican (657,male,23,no,english), universe (601,male,48,no,slovak), virus (661,,,,), vlumn (666,f,29,n,english), yaw (644,,,no,), yefllow (631,female,45,yes,English), ÕÝÕÝÇÆíÇÊ (629,M,23,SOMEHOW,ARABIC)


=A=L=M=Z=A=L=O=Q (657,male,23,no,english), Criss-crosst y-nen. (669,female,26,a little,English), Fensive (675,female,38,never,english), Gidgiens (714,F,33,No,English), Gramsh (598,Male,17,No,German\English), Gresh (653,f,35,yes,English/Cantonese), I do not know (601,male,48,no,slovak), Ilobey toewhred (706,Male,age: ,teeg-yes,Atlantean/English), IMerple-work (688,Male,44,No,English), Robtomy (670,male,30,no,serbian - italian), Shut In (716,FEMALE,60,NO,ENGLISH), Sunshine (638,Female,20,No,Dutch), Telligon (722,male,26,nope,dutch), Wyrmensh (672,male,47,some,Spanish), Yirel (619,F,26,No,English), Zeeter (721,F,28,yes,English), atiener (606,female,27,no,tagalog), aylanet (639,virgin :-),14,nope,English), bondage (610,female,64,no,Hungarian), bwire (731,Female,45,No.,English), caged in (732,female,22,no,english), chaimeel (719,female,21,no,english), coilsha (696,male,19,no,english), crackypak (599,Female,17,Yes,English), crepsordic (658,male,20,no,english), crish-crosh (642,male,15,no, but want to study all linguistics,english), crope (649,male,22,no,english), crost (609,,,,), croxics (686,,,,), dagz (602,female,20,no, but im a linguistics major,english and spanish), detene (668,m,25,no,english-greek), engrannelling (695,male,38,Yes,English), exed (631,female,45,yes,English), fencing (677,female,27,yes,hindi), finestal (652,m,54,no,english), fopenopcope (647,female,14,no,english), fricative (I know that's a real word) (622,M,22,I'm writing a paper on it for an english class, but this is my first studying of it (last couple days),English), gearinade (648,female,21,yes,english), ghauzer (627,female,26,yes,filipino), gramna (708,female,47,no,portuguese), grappa (671,female,25,no,English), grex (624,female,34,a litle bit only,Spanish), gromuletic - maltesh (Ed) (727,female male,43,no,no,english), grove (659,female,18,a little bit,romanian), hammock (702,female,age: ,No,English), hangle (693,f,39,a tiny bit,English/Latvian _ parents Latvian, brought up in US), hezzer (656,male,41,no,english), inerlinging (608,Male,38,just beginning,English), jardi (636,,,,), jump or siesta (713,Female,42,no,turkish), jutxghjk (712,female,13,no,polish), karrang (720,male,27,not formaly,English), krakilat (641,Fair Oaks,50,no,english), krinch (612,f,29,only cursorily,english), krippa (725,Male,22,no,English), linkers (718,female,25,no,english), linkridge (690,m,65,No,English), mesh-shaded (603,male,37,interested,English), metagonal (734,female,26,no,english), minuez pattern (666,f,29,n,english), nam (692,male,20,a bit,English), narb (644,,,no,), neshtek (667,male,23,not really,american english), net (683,f,37,no,mexican/hawaiian), netly (611,female,20,at an introductory level,English), nettin (613,F,51,No,English), netting (640,m,30,y,eng), neturbin (618,female,27,very little,English), nookiennen (676,female,31,no,Haitian-creole), pasnot (700,,,,), rabe (637,Male,32,No,English), rasterok (711,male,17,no,dutch), ringlockilus (730,Female,39,Yes,Englih), rising from our shell (665,female,23,no,english), ropegrate (662,Female,57,No,English), scrangle (705,male,26,no,english), scrate (660,female,30,no,english), scritch (726,M,45,No,English), shanet (630,Female,54,No,English), shiveled (733,Male,25,Not institutionally,English), shlimminome (607,m,35,no,english), sitka (735,male,57,no,english, ukrainian/), skoonati (skoo nah' tee) (697,female,27,no,American English), spragknel (633,,,,), sprinya (687,M,20,no,English), squidgy (723,female,33,no,english), stires (717,female,50,no,English), strictular (674,female,53,no,Engish), stucki (729,female,21,no,english), tougip (626,m,18,no, but want to,eng), traccim (623,female,45,no, though I enjoy etymology,English), trapped (655,female,39,no,english), unbreakable (661,,,,), unfocused (635,F,15,not really,English), vin (681,female,20,Yes/No, English, German), webnet (684,female,487,no,English), weftiket (634,male,59,a little bit,English), wez (704,F,17,no,English), whizzlediked (628,female,48,no,english), wwire (698,female,15,no,romanian), xegotigistic (673,male,43,no,English), ymesh (682,female,46,nope,english), zenth (694,femaile,29,no,Russian), zwoen (691,female,32,no,dutch), ÔßÔæÈÇä (629,M,23,SOMEHOW,ARABIC)


bookcover:

Alien (638,Female,20,No,Dutch), Callay pearl (619,F,26,No,English), Escape (716,FEMALE,60,NO,ENGLISH), Iohaudl (722,male,26,nope,dutch), Olestra? (721,F,28,yes,English), Onbelye (706,Male,age: ,teeg-yes,Atlantean/English), Sandikotch (653,f,35,yes,English/Cantonese), Shrop (598,Male,17,No,German\English), Veluminous dropple (714,F,33,No,English), Vooldawn (670,male,30,no,serbian - italian), Wasring (688,Male,44,No,English), Woosholes (672,male,47,some,Spanish), Yallobit. (669,female,26,a little,English), awoo (694,femaile,29,no,Russian), azorant (634,male,59,a little bit,English), blince (718,female,25,no,english), bone structure (675,female,38,never,english), bopenglue (648,female,21,yes,english), brimslat (637,Male,32,No,English), bubly (610,female,64,no,Hungarian), butterary (730,Female,39,Yes,Englih), cellotosis (649,male,22,no,english), chun (644,,,no,), cooze (733,Male,25,Not institutionally,English), copropeamop (647,female,14,no,english), crein (723,female,33,no,english), cricky (627,female,26,yes,filipino), curiosity (680,male,57,no,portuguese), daunne (704,F,17,no,English), dera (735,male,57,no,english, ukrainian/), dupee (643,m,31,no,english), earflower (719,female,21,no,english), earinside (613,F,51,No,English), eggled (693,f,39,a tiny bit,English/Latvian _ parents Latvian, brought up in US), elldret (720,male,27,not formaly,English), endlightened (690,m,65,No,English), erotivoluted (603,male,37,interested,English), falloon (726,M,45,No,English), falloway (623,female,45,no, though I enjoy etymology,English), flower (732,female,22,no,english), frequotitious (607,m,35,no,english), fuellel (662,Female,57,No,English), gloval (711,male,17,no,dutch), glyld (635,F,15,not really,English), gossart (Ed) - vanrailient (727,female male,43,no,no,english), gourdastremulous (642,male,15,no, but want to study all linguistics,english), grargagg (667,male,23,not really,american english), haro (hahr' o - long o) (697,female,27,no,American English), hole (661,,,,), holiture (652,m,54,no,english), holn (618,female,27,very little,English), hooth (624,female,34,a litle bit only,Spanish), intraorbal (734,female,26,no,english), iroal (708,female,47,no,portuguese), janjum (599,Female,17,Yes,English), kelochi (656,male,41,no,english), kom (692,male,20,a bit,English), kreebacoondeel (657,male,23,no,english), leen (659,female,18,a little bit,romanian), lemmon (698,female,15,no,romanian), light (655,female,39,no,english), light effect (683,f,37,no,mexican/hawaiian), liquid sandstone (728,male,27,not in the popular sense of the meaning,English/Japanese), liquidishsunshine (640,m,30,y,eng), loel (703,female,20,yes/no, English, German), loopat (725,Male,22,no,English), loorma (681,female,20,English, German), mallow (687,M,20,no,English), melonchamber (684,female,487,no,English), moog (717,female,50,no,English), mooj (660,female,30,no,english), moomf (705,male,26,no,english), nana (630,Female,54,No,English), nuclet (700,,,,), obious (622,M,22,I'm writing a paper on it for an english class, but this is my first studying of it (last couple days),English), octable (666,f,29,n,english), olvajup (712,female,13,no,polish), omoloun (715,m,20,no,english), ooma (671,female,25,no,English), oomflist (673,male,43,no,English), ophole (731,Female,45,No.,English), opulantic (674,female,53,no,Engish), oquidu (636,,,,), ouberfest (608,Male,38,just beginning,English), ovalumination (686,,,,), ovanoid (628,female,48,no,english), pic missing (695,male,38,Yes,English), poghm (658,male,20,no,english), porteal (611,female,20,at an introductory level,English), roanmoran (641,Fair Oaks,50,no,english), sahara (601,male,48,no,slovak), sandyhole (677,female,27,yes,hindi), sharm (612,f,29,only cursorily,english), simitate (639,virgin :-),14,nope,English), skoobno (626,m,18,no, but want to,eng), slube (605,female,21,no,english), snared (631,female,45,yes,English), sonolokium (676,female,31,no,Haitian-creole), splodge (696,male,19,no,english), sup (729,female,21,no,english), swalliz (606,female,27,no,tagalog), through (713,Female,42,no,turkish), tubule (609,,,,), white hole (665,female,23,no,english), xanthorscope (682,female,46,nope,english), yagmire (602,female,20,no, but im a linguistics major,english and spanish), zel (691,female,32,no,dutch), ÛæÈÑå (629,M,23,SOMEHOW,ARABIC)



winter:

shrivelage (690,m,65,No,English), Brittleforsticks (672,male,47,some,Spanish), Distles (688,Male,44,No,English), Doodlefied (598,Male,17,No,German\English), Drackeria (670,male,30,no,serbian - italian), Hashibre (653,f,35,yes,English/Cantonese), Huffars (722,male,26,nope,dutch), Lost (716,FEMALE,60,NO,ENGLISH), Mawtrunk (619,F,26,No,English), Scrappling (714,F,33,No,English), Shecky (721,F,28,yes,English), Stripineffer. (669,female,26,a little,English), bair (726,M,45,No,English), barbed wire (638,Female,20,No,Dutch), barger (691,female,32,no,dutch), barkled (628,female,48,no,english), branchery (662,Female,57,No,English), brindt (623,female,45,no, though I enjoy etymology,English), brumble (700,,,,), cebredil (ke' breh dill) (697,female,27,no,American English), cheurseul (658,male,20,no,english), childs play (732,female,22,no,english), coaligraph (734,female,26,no,english), copastope (648,female,21,yes,english), corsicted (704,F,17,no,English), cournt (644,,,no,), crain (605,female,21,no,english), crazzel (695,male,38,Yes,English), creion drawing (698,female,15,no,romanian), crinch (660,female,30,no,english), denseforest (677,female,27,yes,hindi), depenosic (674,female,53,no,Engish), escrottage (634,male,59,a little bit,English), fabba (671,female,25,no,English), filamentary (609,,,,), first awakening in the dark (665,female,23,no,english), fleter (729,female,21,no,english), folicalosis (686,,,,), follicles (630,Female,54,No,English), foresthaunt (684,female,487,no,English), foretster (640,m,30,y,eng), frabble (694,femaile,29,no,Russian), fren (618,female,27,very little,English), frinkly (622,M,22,I'm writing a paper on it for an english class, but this is my first studying of it (last couple days),English), frisse (708,female,47,no,portuguese), gagre (602,female,20,no, but im a linguistics major,english and spanish), galhun (720,male,27,not formaly,English), grady (631,female,45,yes,English), granterjugulary (649,male,22,no,english), gratregiopi (706,Male,age: ,teeg-yes,Atlantean/English), greystreak (613,F,51,No,English), groutsnoff (666,f,29,n,english), hopairop (647,female,14,no,english), injury (655,female,39,no,english), kish-kosh (624,female,34,a litle bit only,Spanish), kist (703,female,20,yes/no, English, German), kjuyhut (712,female,13,no,polish), lenation (656,male,41,no,english), liber (659,female,18,a little bit,romanian), littil`aki (641,Fair Oaks,50,no,english), loniakian (676,female,31,no,Haitian-creole), loshoud (723,female,33,no,english), lozie (735,male,57,no,english, ukrainian/), microscopic hair. (683,f,37,no,mexican/hawaiian), moragulent - caveightark (ed) (727,female male,43,no,no,english), nit's haven (627,female,26,yes,filipino), pixiffiti (603,male,37,interested,English), raucaush (642,male,15,no, but want to study all linguistics,english), reedstachy (682,female,46,nope,english), ricksharry (608,Male,38,just beginning,English), risht (612,f,29,only cursorily,english), rit (692,male,20,a bit,English), scribation (730,Female,39,Yes,Englih), scritchy (611,female,20,at an introductory level,English), shrap (733,Male,25,Not institutionally,English), shreeg (681,female,20,English, German), shuff (705,male,26,no,english), simphode (725,Male,22,no,English), skradged (635,F,15,not really,English), smesh (673,male,43,no,English), snow'eening (693,f,39,a tiny bit,English/Latvian _ parents Latvian, brought up in US), sorowful (610,female,64,no,Hungarian), stickywicky (599,Female,17,Yes,English), swerbnity (657,male,23,no,english), thwick (717,female,50,no,English), tinderech (711,male,17,no,dutch), tnoukrchael (626,m,18,no, but want to,eng), tokly (687,M,20,no,English), tramison (639,virgin :-),14,nope,English), tri (696,male,19,no,english), trinue (636,,,,), unsean (661,,,,), vigzion (606,female,27,no,tagalog), weedsy (731,Female,45,No.,English), whatinhot (667,male,23,not really,american english), wildhair (675,female,38,never,english), winfot (719,female,21,no,english), wood (601,male,48,no,slovak), woodistal (652,m,54,no,english), wubwubboowoo (637,Male,32,No,English), yrxigynorpt (607,m,35,no,english), ÔÚÔÈÇÊ (629,M,23,SOMEHOW,ARABIC)


MADE UP DEFINITIONS

moomin:

* believer(in arabicãÄãä ) (629,M,23,SOMEHOW,ARABIC)
* (n) harmless, typically devoutly religious, old man (620,Male,20,I am an MC. You should talk to some MCs, bro. Or at least me. Wordsound is alive and well.,English)
* (reminds me of 'moon' and 'gloaming') (664,F,49,no,English)
* 1. noun - a melancholic person who 'savours' the mood (hence the verb mooming) not willing to be happy (694,femaile,29,no,Russian)
* A flavor of icecream at my favorite local Icecream shop - Moomers! The best Homemade Icecream in Northern Michigan! It's a Pineapple/sunshine flavor with tiny bits of coconut.. MMM (721,F,28,yes,English)
* A group of people, especially an ethnic group, who have few possessions and little economic power [I have to admit I'm influenced here by the Korean language, which I also speak.] (634,male,59,a little bit,English)
* A little troll who lives in the forests of Finland. Very cute, round little creatures, moomins somewhat resemble upright hippopotami. (725,Male,22,no,English)
* A mother figure, but in the 'young, fun aunt' sense. (681,female,20,I've stumbled into thinking about it once or twice, never systematically,hard to answer...I spoke German until three, then learned English which is my dominant language but I have retained fluency in german)
* A person in a temporary state of indecision, especially one who moves from side to side while gazing into the air. (688,Male,44,No,English)
* A person who posses the inability to succesfully move past ones inner child. (666,f,29,n,english)
* A religious Cow. (686,,,,)
* A slang word for homosexual koalas. [ I am not joking] (604,Male,19,Not at all,Spanish)
* A small creature with a round nose (726,M,45,No,English)
* A small nocturnal animal, similar to a bat. (654,Male,34,no,English)
* A sort of surrogate mother/babysitter/playmate/favorite aunt figure, a young woman. (703,female,20,I've wondered about it, never knew that it was a field of study until my professor mentioned your site,German until 3, then English became my dominant language, but I retain German fluency)
* A verb... hanging out wearing a moomoo. Similar to the noise a cow makes. (651,male,28,no,english)
* Adjective; a word that describes a lowly blue feeling As I watched the rain pour steadily down from my window, I felt a great sense of moomin coming over me. (709,F,44,no,English)
* An act perpetrated by the sort of 12 year old boys who find that fart jokes induce endless gales of laughter. Kind of like mooning somebody, but with some added little bit of perversity just to mess with you, like the kid stuck a pencil in his butt. I normally get along with kids, but ones like this bother me. (705,male,26,no,english)
* Any geometric shape with rounded edges. (656,male,41,no,english)
* Being nuetral, not being flamboant but yet not being in a remorse state. (702,female,age: ,No,English)
* By the word itself I have a strong association with mummin, but by sounds it's something long, sad, begging, entreating, at the same time very smooth. (615,female,22,it's my diploma,Russian)
* Countryhouse, usefully in a quiet and beautiful surroundings. Often painted blue. Used for stuffing hay as well. (722,male,26,nope,dutch)
* Daydreaming. (663,,,,)
* Desert-dwelling culturally/religiously distinct sect; wear coarse, reddish-brown hooded robes bear strong resemblance to Jawas, though of average human size. (653,f,35,yes,English/Cantonese)
* Feeling of lactation (617,female,47,no,mid-west english)
* Groovy activities engaged in by cattle. (619,F,26,No,English)
* Hidden nurturing female (630,Female,54,No,English)
* Indian wise man, hermit; people from nearby villages use to come to local moomin for advice and often ask him to be a judge between them. (625,f,29,yes,russian)
* Mom, mother (692,male,20,a bit,English)
* Moomin is a word which may function both as an adjective a noun. It refers to the a soft, silky, velvety quality found in the diffused light of the full moon in a summer night. It is to this soft magic quality of moonshine ancient bards refer to in ancient lore. It is under moomin which Merlin other Celtic poet-seers would perform their magic feats. Under moomin it was that Uther Pendragon took on the appearance of the Duke of Cornwall to make love to Igraine beget Arthur. Moomin is magic, fantasy, intuition, the light of Imagination as Coleridge described it. (672,male,47,some,Spanish)
* N: miniature cow, small bovine (635,F,15,not really,English)
* Nocturnal; frolicking in the moonlight (714,F,33,No,English)
* Nodeme cone to qare- Moonbeem (706,Male,age: ,teeg-yes,Atlantean/English)
* Non ethno-specific (i.e. culturally neutral) word for the mother-goddess archetype. Mary, Gaia, Isis, Frigga and Yemaya are all moomins. (720,male,27,not formaly,English)
* Small humanoid creatures that live on the moon and have antennae on their heads (733,Male,25,Not institutionally,English)
* Sounds like moaning (dawdle says my dictionary) (638,Female,20,No,Dutch)
* T.V programme about hippo like characters. (599,Female,17,Yes,English)
* Talking to oneself, or making a baby go to sleep. (676,female,31,no,Haitian-creole)
* The ability of one to to interact with beings of all nature. (657,male,23,no,english)
* The act of staring at the moon and thinking loving thoughts about the people you love or feel affection for. (730,Female,39,Yes,Englih)
* The art of howling at the moon for a minute. (662,Female,57,No,English)
* The heavy feeling one has after spending too much time inactive (612,f,29,only cursorily,english)
* The left over taste of milk in your mouth (633,,,,)
* The length of time that it takes a cow to vocalise (696,male,19,no,english)
* The part of a cow's throat that enables it to moo. (622,M,22,I'm writing a paper on it for an english class, but this is my first studying of it (last couple days),English)
* The slow hypnotic, drifting, movement of luminescent objects. Especially when the witnessing of the movement draws an association with the iconic idea of 'bloom' or 'blooming'. Examples: The slow movement of the sun as it arises from the horizon and moves in a slow arc into the sky, likewise moonrise. (Especially if seen on time-lapse photography). Also The movement of distant red tail-lights, at night, as they ascend rises in the road, especially if their path appears to be an ascending curve from the viewer's point of view. Also the slow drifting flight of lightning bugs (fireflies) on summer evenings. In some ways it might be seen as a 'visual' equivalent to the 'audio' word 'murmur'. And can be partnered with it to capture both the visual and phonic aspects of an event. For example: The engine sound of the car was but a murmur as I watched its tail lights moomin up and over the distant hill. Or this: Near evening's end, amidst the fireflies there was such a tranqui! l murmur and moomin. The word carries the implicit associations of distance, quiet, and usually nighttime. Hmm, an image just occured to me. Clouds made luminescent by moonlight slowly drifting across the sky. In this instance 'moomin' might serve as a adjective 'As I lay in my sleeping bag I watched the moomin clouds make their way westward, with the lighthouse moon above.' Or verb, 'It was peaceful to watch the clouds moomin across the moonlit sky.' (646,male,27,no,english)
* The sound of a big piece of dirt while falling to the ground (636,,,,)
* This one immediately reminds me of the Scandinavian children's book, 'Finn Family Moomintroll'... (704,F,17,no,English)
* This sounds like 'moon men' which is how a young child might pronounce it- without teeth. (731,Female,45,No.,English)
* To stare round-eyed at something for an extended period of time; to stare in a silly manner. (669,female,26,a little,English)
* V. moo/min impersonating animals as in charades. 'We were just moomin.' (734,female,26,no,english)
* a bright red object (631,female,45,yes,English)
* a crescent moon (650,f,33,no,english)
* a dull stupid acting person (674,female,53,no,Engish)
* a midnight chant (675,female,38,never,english)
* a miniture cow (632,female,18,nope,englsih)
* a native american carving instrument (642,male,15,no, but want to study all linguistics,english)
* a religious ceremony used to privde children with their first orgasm (626,m,18,no, but want to,eng)
* a small moon. it derives from moonmin, for reasons of speach it became moomin (711,male,17,no,dutch)
* a small, 2 seated vehicle (718,female,25,no,english)
* a very slow and sleepy person (724,,,,)
* a woman known for baking cookies and being excessively nurturing (609,,,,)
* adj. hunger for a particular favorite food. (645,Male,25,No,English)
* an accepted woman (719,female,21,no,english)
* an activity influenced by the phases of the moon. (717,female,50,no,English)
* any smallish, extraterrestrial, dome-shaped hut often made out of glass and containing, at least, one 3-dimensional map of the known universe (658,male,20,no,english)
* billowing,cresting as caused by the moon (623,female,45,no, though I enjoy etymology,English)
* chldren's book called Finn Family Moomintroll! (I don't recall the author) (684,female,487,no,English)
* confused state,when a point can't be gotten across correctly (723,female,33,no,english)
* cows (613,F,51,No,English)
* cuddling up with your lover (621,female,49,no,french)
* daughter cow (685,m,60,tad,angal sora ish)
* day dreaming (628,female,48,no,english)
* describing an naÔvely innocent, sincere and affable person (600,female,18,no,English)
* exists - a furry childs cartoon character (673,male,43,no,English)
* eying the moon (606,female,27,no,tagalog)
* feeling of impending violence (607,m,35,no,english)
* femine; sounds that comfort a child; i.e. 'hush now' = moomin child, be still. 'Listen to the sounds' = Moomin the the buterfly wings and the sigh of the hummingbird. (716,FEMALE,60,NO,ENGLISH)
* hindu prayer (683,f,37,no,mexican/hawaiian)
* in mother (601,male,48,no,slovak)
* it's a verb that means saying something sweet at you ear. (708,female,47,no,portuguese)
* l would used it to be sweet some one, conning words , flattering words (610,female,64,no,Hungarian)
* little animal living on the moon (640,m,30,y,eng)
* little white gnome-like creature (624,female,34,a litle bit only,Spanish)
* looking for pretious things on the beach with the moomin machine. It's called like that because it's moomin all the time. warning!: It has to be used only at night and to be a moomer you have to have the moomin license! (670,male,30,no,serbian - italian)
* mom (729,female,21,no,english)
* moomin is a either an islamic pray caller or a religious, educated person (I should know, although it is arabic it is used in turkish through the religion but I dont know its exact meaning). (713,Female,42,no,turkish)
* moon (661,,,,)
* moon (732,female,22,no,english)
* moon is shining (677,female,27,yes,hindi)
* moon, morning, move (647,female,14,no,english)
* mother (680,male,57,no,portuguese)
* move over (735,male,57,no,english, ukrainian/)
* moving from a one place to another at night, usually with a sense of regret and/or nostalgia (603,male,37,interested,English)
* n. Animal people, the first people, to inhabit the earth, that could shapeshift into cow form (689,,,,)
* noun. A tall, graceful tree that grows in the tropics and has large leaves and big yellow flower. (641,Fair Oaks,50,no,english)
* one or energy from or of the moon or lunar, spacious type entity (665,female,23,no,english)
* pale light on the top of hills at evening (695,male,38,Yes,English)
* pensive (700,,,,)
* riding a bicycle fast through a field of cows! (682,female,46,nope,english)
* silhouette of birds that fly across the moon at night (727,female male,43,no,no,english)
* similar to 'moving' but suggests slugishness. (687,M,20,no,English)
* someone who truly keep and loves cows and other bovine animals. (639,virgin :-),14,nope,English)
* something related to the moon (698,female,15,no,romanian)
* somewhat fur-covered, like an old fur collar from which most of the hairs have worn off, leaving mostly bare leather. (715,m,20,no,english) * sounds like movin' (627,female,26,yes,filipino)
* suckling (690,m,65,No,English)
* the blooming of the moon (649,male,22,no,english)
* the curved underedge of a banana (608,Male,38,just beginning,English)
* the verb, 'to moom' leaves us the slanged 'moomin' instead of 'mooming' ... 'to moom' means to sluggishly walk ..... as in 'Hey Jeff, quit moomin or else that car's going to hit you!' (667,male,23,not really,american english)
* third toe knuckle of a pig-like species found on a remote volcanic island. (637,Male,32,No,English)
* this does exist to English people. It was a race of white shrew-like characters in a children's tv programme called the Moomin's. (660,female,30,no,english)
* to be stuck on one thing (655,female,39,no,english)
* to loiter (652,m,54,no,english)
* to move (671,female,25,no,English)
* verb: the act of drunken a individual trying to explain him/herself (598,Male,17,No,German\English)
* verb: to walk under the moonlight through cow pastures, or any rural, open area where moonlight is visible (618,female,27,very little,English)
* verb: valley girl slang talk for when a girl is so into her guy that its silly. Like she'll hang up on the phone, and then call right back. Or even worse have the 'no you hang up first' argument everytime (602,female,20,no, but im a linguistics major,english and spanish)
* weeping and and sighing -- but not moaning...much less energy when you're moomin. (693,f,39,a tiny bit,English/Latvian _ parents Latvian, brought up in US)
* when flowers start to close themselves when the sun of a late august slowly dissappears behind the trees (691,female,32,no,dutch)
* when you can still see the moon in the early morning (611,female,20,at an introductory level,English)


hemulin:

* a church song played with a violin (675,female,38,never,english)
* (HEM-yoo-lin) An enzyme that breaks down blood plasma (634,male,59,a little bit,English)
* (n) a principal element of salamander blood (620,Male,20,I am an MC. You should talk to some MCs, bro. Or at least me. Wordsound is alive and well.,English)
* 1. adjective - yellow-brown colour, 2. a man-like creature one could imagine starring in Star Wars, looks like Yoda in size, shape and the rest of the image - short, bold, wrinkled, only with yellow-brown suntanned skin, walking in sunshine, a little dirty, wearing a brown frock-coat, naive and kind of nature and a little sly (694,femaile,29,no,Russian)
* A naturally-occurring substance believed to have great healing properties (681,female,20,English, German)
* A cloth made from dried blood (714,F,33,No,English)
* A condition of the blood vessels, or the weapon of a snuffkin. (705,male,26,no,english)
* A creature with a very long nose, memulins wear dresses that they usually get from their aunts (725,Male,22,no,English)
* A dark, moist cave crevis where a rare breed of rats reproduce. (666,f,29,n,english)
* A dolphin's brain, taken as something beyond our comprehension and far superior to it. (722,male,26,nope,dutch)
* A foreign body in the blood (651,male,28,no,english)
* A gaseous substance that creates feelings of euphoria; poisonous in excessive amounts (612,f,29,only cursorily,english)
* A larger version of a moomin (726,M,45,No,English)
* A material that quicky and easily hems all of your dresses and clothing for you. comes in liquid form. (639,virgin :-),14,nope,English)
* A mineral thought to have healing properties. (703,female,20,I've wondered about it, never knew that it was a field of study until my professor mentioned your site,German until 3, then English became my dominant language, but I retain German fluency)
* A path in space; i.e. The hemulin that leads to Mars is receiving a shower of space junk (716,FEMALE,60,NO,ENGLISH)
* A small internal lesion, usually one which involves minor bleeding. (688,Male,44,No,English)
* A unit of haemaglobin (696,male,19,no,english)
* A very strong fabric for hemming (617,female,47,no,mid-west english)
* An important enzyme found in red blood cells. (622,M,22,I'm writing a paper on it for an english class, but this is my first studying of it (last couple days),English)
* An insulin-like substance found in the bloodstream. (664,F,49,no,English)
* Blood stained clothing (633,,,,)
* Border between light and darkness (630,Female,54,No,English)
* Helium- Letaorango (706,Male,age: ,teeg-yes,Atlantean/English)
* Hemulin is an Oriental word applied to a special sort of eunuc the old sultans used to keep in their harems. The hemulin was an extremely cultured eunuc well-versed in the Occult practices of Eastern magi, their amatory skills had much to do with this. (672,male,47,some,Spanish) * I do not know (601,male,48,no,slovak)
* It's an expression that means 'thank God' (708,female,47,no,portuguese)
* Makes me think of some sort of sweet, porridge-like breakfast (604,Male,19,Not at all,Spanish)
* N hem/yoo/lin Synthetic drug used in treating those with blood and insulin disorders. (734,female,26,no,english)
* N: some sort of chemical in the blood V: the removal of some chemical (635,F,15,not really,English)
* Not yet discovered form of blood platelet (733,Male,25,Not institutionally,English)
* Noun: medical creme used to treat hemorrhoids. (598,Male,17,No,German\English)
* Noun; the underbelly of the hem at the bottom of a woman's skirt or dress As the woman walked down the street, the hemulin turned up and was unattractive. (709,F,44,no,English)
* Part of the blood that evaporates on exposure to air. ;-) (669,female,26,a little,English)
* Particular substance that can be found on little green mushrooms that grow in nordic woods. It's used like an additive to water colours. (670,male,30,no,serbian - italian)
* Some sort of toxic gas (599,Female,17,Yes,English)
* The chemicals created by the body when one thinks loving thoughts while they 'moonin'. (730,Female,39,Yes,Englih)
* The last name of a scintist, and something that has to do with blood cells. (676,female,31,no,Haitian-creole)
* The spot of blood in a fertalized poltry ovum that is occasionally found in storebaught eggs. (656,male,41,no,english)
* The sticky part of a .. (654,Male,34,no,English)
* To dodge the question. Ex. Quit hemulin through your beard and just answer the question. (619,F,26,No,English)
* When some one imitates someother (636,,,,)
* When the hem of your clothing becomes unstiched. (662,Female,57,No,English)
* Yet-to-be-invented drug, possibly for diseases of the blood or auto-immune system. (653,f,35,yes,English/Cantonese)
* a 'health drink' (smoothie, maybe) that increases the health and vigor of your blood (704,F,17,no,English)
* a blood deity (623,female,45,no, though I enjoy etymology,English)
* a blood thinning drug (637,Male,32,No,English)
* a blood-like substitute. (715,m,20,no,english)
* a drug inducing an attitude of indifference (695,male,38,Yes,English)
* a drug injected into the bloodstream (718,female,25,no,english)
* a drug that when injected causes the body to preoduce red blood cells (626,m,18,no, but want to,eng)
* a fancy design on the edges of clothing (611,female,20,at an introductory level,English)
* a glass bubble with a venting system to keep people inprisioned with in (719,female,21,no,english)
* a large bruise (631,female,45,yes,English)
* a medical term to me (638,Female,20,No,Dutch)
* a medication; a pregnant mule (691,female,32,no,dutch)
* a medicine for the blood (613,F,51,No,English)
* a rare form of male hemoglobin (650,f,33,no,english)
* a secretion from the pineal gland, believed to prevent people falling thru mirrors (607,m,35,no,english)
* a serum that is injected for blood (614,male,23,no that I know of!,maderin/cantonese)
* a sort of a mage (698,female,15,no,romanian)
* a substance in the blood (652,m,54,no,english)
* a tissue in the body on the hip (605,female,21,no,english)
* a type of drug in north america very secret and undergroud (632,female,18,nope,englsih)
* aaaaaaaaaaple? (657,male,23,no,english)
* an additive to blood to keep you healthy (673,male,43,no,English)
* an alternative medicine to insulin (649,male,22,no,english)
* an antidote it derives from h(a)em(aglobin) and -ulin some chemical suffix (711,male,17,no,dutch)
* an artificial blood agent (609,,,,)
* an elixir/antidote for diseases found in gnomes (727,female male,43,no,no,english)
* blood component (624,female,34,a litle bit only,Spanish)
* blood medication (621,female,49,no,french)
* blood thinner (693,f,39,a tiny bit,English/Latvian _ parents Latvian, brought up in US)
* blood-like liquid (660,female,30,no,english)
* bloodlike or relating to blood. (717,female,50,no,English)
* componant of blood? (684,female,487,no,English)
* daybreak, birth. The colors of dawn. A dramatic beginning. (720,male,27,not formaly,English)
* disorder (700,,,,)
* dung (735,male,57,no,english, ukrainian/)
* emulation (683,f,37,no,mexican/hawaiian)
* gas (629,M,23,SOMEHOW,ARABIC)
* gas life form (640,m,30,y,eng)
* gas, element, he,hum, (647,female,14,no,english)
* he is lying over muslin (677,female,27,yes,hindi)
* helium (732,female,22,no,english)
* hen (661,,,,)
* i am inspired for something, that it will megically happen (610,female,64,no,Hungarian)
* it's like a creature which lives in the high mountains, small, rather agressive, strong with big hands and long dark hair (615,female,22,it's my diploma,Russian)
* liquid medicine for hemrrhoids. (686,,,,)
* marijuana (729,female,21,no,english)
* me not good at this, played enough balder dash. lol (642,male,15,no, but want to study all linguistics,english)
* mythological character of Chuckchee folklore; house-spirit of yaranga; looks like bear 1 foot height with human face; people who live in yaranga make sacrifices to him (some bones scraps) because if he gets hunngry he begins to spoil dogfood. (625,f,29,yes,russian)
* new pharmaceutical line doing something with blood and insulin (682,female,46,nope,english)
* noun ... a rare jewel found only in Antarctica ... usually of a greenish grey hue, hemulins have been found to be as small as a grain of salt, and as large as a grown elephant! Plural is 'hemuli' and is derived from a native Antarctic tongue called Hrithlih -- and the original word in that language is pronounced something like 'hainyunlaiey' [note, I made up the language and it's original word too!] (667,male,23,not really,american english)
* noun. Related to the blood. A hemulin is a discoloration of the skin caused by subcutaneous bleeding. Rarely fatal. (641,Fair Oaks,50,no,english)
* noun: a substance in the blood which causes it to appear blue under the skin (618,female,27,very little,English)
* noun; [roots: hemo 'blood'; lin 'serum'] A serum derived from parts of red blood cells, used in the treatment of red blood cell abnormalities. Due to the large quantities of red blood cells needed to create even one dose of this serum, its quantity is very limited, and treatment is given only to those who are likely to perish without it. (697,female,27,no,American English)
* ogre (692,male,20,a bit,English)
* plant cell (606,female,27,no,tagalog)
* purple robes worn by high ranking worlocks (724,,,,)
* some kind of medicine, to cure hemroids or something (602,female,20,no, but im a linguistics major,english and spanish)
* some kind of spirit (680,male,57,no,portuguese)
* some sort of chemicle relating to blood (600,female,18,no,English)
* something a drug company would come up with (674,female,53,no,Engish)
* something to do with an animal or a kind of animal 'mule' (713,Female,42,no,turkish)
* sounds like a drug for blood (603,male,37,interested,English)
* strong,strength, (723,female,33,no,english)
* struggle (690,m,65,No,English)
* term used to describe a woman accidently tucking the back of her skirt up in her underware (an incident similar to a male with his fly down). (687,M,20,no,English)
* the folds of one's flesh (658,male,20,no,english)
* the masculin organ (685,m,60,tad,angal sora ish)
* the outer wall of a red blood cell (608,Male,38,just beginning,English)
* the protein structure used to synthesize heparin (648,female,21,yes,english)
* this sounds latin to me as did the previous word, i tend to think of the body when seeing this word and i am also drawn to the element helium, this is probally sight, hearing assosiation, yet again it makes me feel energy (665,female,23,no,english)
* to be of a wide variety (655,female,39,no,english)


snuffkin:

* To travel country to country, usually with a guitar or harmonica. Any type of portable intrument will do. Example: I will snuffkin for a year or so, next month. (728,male,27,not in the popular sense of the meaning,English/Japanese)
* a proceedure to extinguish fires (652,m,54,no,english)
* 1. little animal; looks very like desman but its nose is longer; 2. to sniffkin = to pump secrets out of lower personnel (cleaners, janitors etc.) by making them drunk (one of the basest methods of industrial espionage) (625,f,29,yes,russian)
* A cute, badger-like mythical beast that goes snuffling and whuffling around, as if searching for something. (664,F,49,no,English)
* A false cocaine abuser. A snuffkin is a person who thinks that if he says he uses cocaine the people will consider him a though guy, but he has never seen cocaine in his life. (670,male,30,no,serbian - italian)
* A large furry dog, with a wet muzzle and drooping jowles (611,female,20,at an introductory level,English)
* A misspelling of a wandering person (726,M,45,No,English)
* A nickname for my sweety. Usually muttered while snuggling in close to his neck and gently kissing him. (721,F,28,yes,English)
* A nose mitten (675,female,38,never,english)
* A small cute furry creature with big eyes and floppyears (612,f,29,only cursorily,english)
* A small furry animal that uses rubbing and sniffing others to display affection. (669,female,26,a little,English)
* A small leather or synthetic pouch. (656,male,41,no,english)
* A small pouch for transporting one's snuff (733,Male,25,Not institutionally,English)
* A small pouch used by yeomen up until about the middle of the eighteenth century (but not for snuff). (688,Male,44,No,English)
* A small, furry animal that makes a great pet, is usually friendly, and comes in the colors blue or pink. (639,virgin :-),14,nope,English)
* A sneeze which a child makes when they have a cold, the sneeze is stopped in the throat and isn't expelled through the nose. (730,Female,39,Yes,Englih)
* A snufkin is a little creature with a round head, who usually wears a hat and may play a mouth harp. Snufkins tend to be solitary creatures and love to travel. (725,Male,22,no,English)
* A very small cloth bag (sometimes designed with a cartoonlike animal face) that is stuffed with potpourri (634,male,59,a little bit,English)
* A winter cover for ones' nose. (654,Male,34,no,English)
* Adjective; the snuffy nose feeling that you get when you have a severe cold My nose was all red and snuffkin from blowing it so much. (709,F,44,no,English)
* An elf who puts out the stars when morning comes. (622,M,22,I'm writing a paper on it for an english class, but this is my first studying of it (last couple days),English)
* Cute little animal (693,f,39,a tiny bit,English/Latvian _ parents Latvian, brought up in US)
* Discourteous undertaker's term for the living family members (714,F,33,No,English)
* Disney character with blue pointy caps; possibly genetically related to Smurfs. (653,f,35,yes,English/Cantonese)
* Either a child victim of murder, or a child murderer. Yeah, I like that one better. The kind of innocent wee one you'd never suspect until it stuck a poisoned needle in your neck when you hugged it. (705,male,26,no,english)
* Family member in failure forced to leave this dimension (630,Female,54,No,English)
* I do not know (601,male,48,no,slovak)
* I think of the guinea pig i had as a pet, its name was shounookums, or snuff, this feels like an unnatural word (665,female,23,no,english)
* Maybe a mean-spirited child (604,Male,19,Not at all,Spanish)
* Packing one's nose with a muffin. (662,Female,57,No,English)
* Reminds me of napkin and sniffing. It's a handkerchief for people with a chronical cold. (722,male,26,nope,dutch)
* Sickeningly cute (600,female,18,no,English)
* Skinnuff- Unionis (706,Male,age: ,teeg-yes,Atlantean/English)
* Snuffkin. Noun. Fine powder with hallucinogenic properties derived from the Nighshade flower certain unknown ingredients only found in the Hymalaya Mountains. (672,male,47,some,Spanish)
* Someone has a cold and until he can breath we will all call him a snuffkin. (716,FEMALE,60,NO,ENGLISH)
* Surname commonly adopted by content House Goblins. (619,F,26,No,English)
* The action a dog performs to hide their nose under their ears (617,female,47,no,mid-west english)
* The swift motion of moving ones foot back and forth to extinquish a ciggarette. (666,f,29,n,english)
* The top of a bottle, or a smoking pipe. (676,female,31,no,Haitian-creole)
* This is very similar to one of my cutsey names for my dog. My wife always says she has a 'snuffy nose' and when we're cuddling with her we often call her things like 'snuff,' 'snuffle' and 'snuffalah.' Now I won't be able to resist calling her 'my little snuffkin.' (720,male,27,not formaly,English)
* Welsh hankerchief (599,Female,17,Yes,English)
* a child's least liked, soft toy. (687,M,20,no,English)
* a kind of dog (680,male,57,no,portuguese)
* a little baby snuffalupagus (remember, from Sesame Street?) (650,f,33,no,english)
* a minor illness (681,female,20,English, German)
* a muffin that smells decidely 'off' (Ed) or the ermine band found on the hem of a royal personage's garment (727,female male,43,no,no,english)
* a napkin to spit snuff in. (686,,,,)
* a piece of cloth used to wipe the nose after inhaling snuff. (696,male,19,no,english)
* a relative of the cold (685,m,60,tad,angal sora ish)
* a salty tasting pumpkin (607,m,35,no,english)
* a small highly decorated trincket box (724,,,,)
* a small sniff at something it derives from sniff and -kin, a suffix for small (in dutch and german) (711,male,17,no,dutch)
* a small, impish creature, despised by the masses. (715,m,20,no,english)
* a special kind of move while dancing (636,,,,)
* a tea cozy (608,Male,38,just beginning,English)
* a term of endearment used between sickeningly sweet couples (649,male,22,no,english)
* a thing that smothers a candle's flame (613,F,51,No,English)
* a toddler who sniffs (wet nose) unaware that he/she is doing it (691,female,32,no,dutch)
* a verb, smelling flowers from the stem side up (626,m,18,no, but want to,eng)
* an elf (698,female,15,no,romanian)
* an object that corks an opened bottle of wine (718,female,25,no,english)
* an unkempt child (674,female,53,no,Engish)
* assoc. with to sniff:) double F - sth light and fluffy, the ending -in - makes it for me a noun, so it's a downy dwarf with a big nose (615,female,22,it's my diploma,Russian)
* backwards sneeze (633,,,,)
* being in a condition of trying not to cry. (628,female,48,no,english)
* cloth used to blow or wipe nose or other nasal or throat discharge. (717,female,50,no,English)
* cute bunny because snuffy sounds like bunny (638,Female,20,No,Dutch)
* danish pastry (606,female,27,no,tagalog)
* elf (700,,,,)
* furballs in the ears of rabbits (695,male,38,Yes,English)
* grudging little creature (624,female,34,a litle bit only,Spanish)
* handkercheif (735,male,57,no,english, ukrainian/)
* i dont believe a word of it never ever can be through (610,female,64,no,Hungarian)
* kind loving giving wonder of the world (657,male,23,no,english)
* lover, snuffles, (647,female,14,no,english)
* n. a small man-like creature inhabiting snuffboxes (689,,,,)
* n. an unfortunate starlet of a pornographic movie who is killed during the production. (645,Male,25,No,English)
* nickname for someone you are fond of (723,female,33,no,english)
* nosy people (629,M,23,SOMEHOW,ARABIC)
* noun - an endearing word denoting affection and tender feelings towards a child or a loved one (esp. woman) (694,femaile,29,no,Russian)
* noun ... term of endearment, usually used between lovers ... there is no plural form of the word ... it is an entity, i.e., 'Snuffkin, my love, Snuffkin!!!' Not a verb, Not a pluralized noun ... an entity noun. Snuffkin. (667,male,23,not really,american english)
* noun. A small elfin creature who lives on the ground among the leaves in temperate forests. Also, the pouch which the snuffkin uses for carrying well-beloved artifacts, including pebbles, acorns and snuff tabacco. (641,Fair Oaks,50,no,english)
* noun: a small box formally used to store snuff in, but often used by naturalists as a box for suffocating insects intended for a bug collection (618,female,27,very little,English)
* noun; (plural: snuffkin) [roots: snuff/sniff 'to inhale through the nose, or to divine smell'; kin 'kind, type, family'] A small, furry mammal with a long, sensitive nose. These animals are more capable of discovering and identifying a specific scent than are canines. Snuffkin average about 10 inches long including tail, and about 4 inches high. The nose is about 3 inches in length in most adults. (697,female,27,no,American English)
* pillow party in which someone dies by suffocation (603,male,37,interested,English)
* similar to manslaughter, but you bump off one of your kin! (682,female,46,nope,english)
* sizing up, becoming acquainted (690,m,65,No,English)
* smell (729,female,21,no,english)
* smelling little creature (640,m,30,y,eng)
* sneaking around (631,female,45,yes,English)
* sneasing in a napkin? (683,f,37,no,mexican/hawaiian)
* sneeze (692,male,20,a bit,English)
* sniffing some kind of something (677,female,27,yes,hindi)
* sniffles (732,female,22,no,english)
* something to use when extinguishing candles? (684,female,487,no,English)
* term of endearment (660,female,30,no,english)
* term of endearment for a young pet alligator (637,Male,32,No,English)
* term of endearment, like muffin, pumpkin or munchkin (602,female,20,no, but im a linguistics major,english and spanish)
* the art of taking down a stuffed animal for three counts (614,male,23,no that I know of!,maderin/cantonese)
* the dog sniffing around (621,female,49,no,french)
* the dormant phase of a catterpin (673,male,43,no,English)
* the last ember (623,female,45,no, though I enjoy etymology,English)
* the process of saving the skins of children (719,female,21,no,english)
* to blow fiercely with the nose, esp. after sneezing (658,male,20,no,english)
* to put something away (655,female,39,no,english)
* to smell (671,female,25,no,English)
* two people sharing the experience of sniffing at the same time (713,Female,42,no,turkish)
* verb - to cry (708,female,47,no,portuguese)
* when your nose is runny (632,female,18,nope,englsih)


hodgkins:

* traditional brown riding breeches (695,male,38,Yes,English)
* ...Mr. hodgkins (640,m,30,y,eng)
* A disease (651,male,28,no,english)
* A disease that debiliates one mentally and physically. (639,virgin :-),14,nope,English)
* A form of cancer (725,Male,22,no,English)
* A form of diaease that many are affected by. (657,male,23,no,english)
* A game for six where hedges are shaved to oblivion (617,female,47,no,mid-west english)
* A game played with a multitude of coloured pins and a beach ball (733,Male,25,Not institutionally,English)
* A game played with more little wooden balls with marionettes. 'As rigid as hodgkin' usually used for people who walk in a very rigid and stuff way. (670,male,30,no,serbian - italian)
* A hospital for metaly ill (675,female,38,never,english)
* A parking attendant (714,F,33,No,English)
* Boarding-school of wizardry; rival to Hogwarts. (653,f,35,yes,English/Cantonese)
* Chaotic bursts affecting humans (630,Female,54,No,English)
* Disease-feveradisardo (706,Male,age: ,teeg-yes,Atlantean/English)
* Hodgekin's disease; a form of cancer (650,f,33,no,english)
* Hodgkins are the piglets of hogs as prepared for a feast in an old Saxon meadhall. Hodgkins were cooked for special celebrations, especially after an important battle against the Celts had been won. (672,male,47,some,Spanish)
* I believe it's a real word, it's a medical condition. (681,female,20,I've stumbled into thinking about it once or twice, never systematically,hard to answer...I spoke German until three, then learned English which is my dominant language but I have retained fluency in german)
* I can't hear this word without thinking 'non-hodgkins lymphoma'. (622,M,22,I'm writing a paper on it for an english class, but this is my first studying of it (last couple days),English)
* I do not know (601,male,48,no,slovak)
* I don't know (708,female,47,no,portuguese)
* Isn't that a type of lymphoma? (721,F,28,yes,English)
* Isn't there a disease called Hodgkins? Perhaps its spelled differently but it's definitley a homonym. I can't invent a meaning for this word since I think it already exists. (720,male,27,not formaly,English)
* Isn't this a proper name? Mr. Hodgkins, the chemistry teacher? (612,f,29,only cursorily,english)
* Knick-knacks (656,male,41,no,english)
* Marks made with tape or fluorescent paint on the floor of a stage to show actors where to take their places [It was very difficult to get Hodgkin's disease out of my mind on this one.] (634,male,59,a little bit,English)
* Mean little brutes with medieval backgrounds. (Similar to gnomes.) (669,female,26,a little,English)
* Mixed up relatives. (662,Female,57,No,English)
* Name of a disease. (716,FEMALE,60,NO,ENGLISH)
* Pearl curtain-rail fittings used mainly for decorative purposes in the absence of a pelmet. (688,Male,44,No,English)
* Related hedgehogs. (696,male,19,no,english)
* Reminds me of hodge. Used for people or things that are not quite decent but marvelously intelligent. (Adjective, for example 'It's a hodgkins idea.. Don't think mum will approve of it!'). (722,male,26,nope,dutch)
* Scrambled (654,Male,34,no,English)
* Small, furry, curmudgeonly animals or trolls (693,f,39,a tiny bit,English/Latvian _ parents Latvian, brought up in US)
* Species of the hedgehog variety (599,Female,17,Yes,English)
* That must a breed of hole-dwelling household faeries (604,Male,19,Not at all,Spanish)
* The idea that man was evolved from small, slow moving hedge hogs. (666,f,29,n,english)
* The name of a drug store in Moscow, ID. (619,F,26,No,English)
* The plural of hodgkin. noun; [roots: hedge 'row of bushes'; kin 'kind, type, family] An English bird with brown feathers and a lighter brown breast. Known for building their nests in hedges or other small bushes. Usually quiet, and not known for being a songbird. (697,female,27,no,American English)
* The skin of a pig. (676,female,31,no,Haitian-creole)
* Verb. 'to hodgkin.' To Hodgkin is to studder, to misspeak, to attempt to say one thing and most of all mysteriously say something else entirely unintentionally. (667,male,23,not really,american english)
* With a capital letter, this is a real disease - believe it is a type of cancer (lymphoma (?). (663,,,,)
* a brand of sneaker. (686,,,,)
* a disease (632,female,18,nope,englsih)
* a disease (674,female,53,no,Engish)
* a disease (724,,,,)
* a disease (735,male,57,no,english, ukrainian/)
* a disease which is fatal (605,female,21,no,english)
* a four legged tree animal (606,female,27,no,tagalog)
* a hot dog with gherkin relish (727,female male,43,no,no,english)
* a house spirit (623,female,45,no, though I enjoy etymology,English)
* a leather apron used to protect when working with lye or other chemicals. (717,female,50,no,English)
* a loose term, describing young hedghogs (687,M,20,no,English)
* a nickname for someone with the last name Hodge or Hodges (600,female,18,no,English)
* a sickness (655,female,39,no,english)
* a small dwelling built by rodents living in a Brazilian river valley (637,Male,32,No,English)
* a small furry creature that lives underneath ice, related to a hedghog (626,m,18,no, but want to,eng)
* a small logde (631,female,45,yes,English)
* a spel (698,female,15,no,romanian)
* a surname now popularised by using it to describe people of stuffy personalities (649,male,22,no,english)
* a type of fluffy shoe or boot, made from man made fur on the outside and insulated. Used for wear in subzero weather. (628,female,48,no,english)
* a type of wood it is problaly dark brown, the tree is small and spar-like (711,male,17,no,dutch)
* a very proper english butler (660,female,30,no,english)
* already a disease I'm afraid (682,female,46,nope,english)
* an illness within your intestines. (I think this really is the name for this decease) (638,Female,20,No,Dutch)
* butlers. (715,m,20,no,english)
* dgk - stops, an obstacle. Seems to be tiny glowing balls which can fly and stick to walls, for example (615,female,22,it's my diploma,Russian)
* disease pertaining to the degeneration of a bodily system, or ice cream (665,female,23,no,english)
* exists in English -- it's a surname (as in Hodgkins' Disease) (664,F,49,no,English)
* genus of predatory hedgehogs; hodgkins have long legs and can run much faster then hedgehogs; hodgkins eat frogs, snakes little rodents, but never hunt for sniffkins. (625,f,29,yes,russian)
* group of pog-like and hedgehog-like little animals (624,female,34,a litle bit only,Spanish)
* hackers (629,M,23,SOMEHOW,ARABIC)
* hard to get past the knowledge of the disease relatives who understand who dig kins (685,m,60,tad,angal sora ish)
* hedgehogs skin is spiky (677,female,27,yes,hindi)
* hedghog (729,female,21,no,english)
* hog in daus (732,female,22,no,english)
* hog,kin,dog (647,female,14,no,english)
* home (692,male,20,a bit,English)
* is a type of illness (713,Female,42,no,turkish)
* isn't this a disease? (691,female,32,no,dutch)
* large and awkward, tolerated but sighed at, can't be moved or is very hard to move, if for a person someone who is so inept and so unaware of it that you just feel sorry for them (adj.) (704,F,17,no,English)
* large bumps in the road (718,female,25,no,english)
* leather leggings (613,F,51,No,English)
* noun - small nice handkerchief, usually white, one uses at fine parties (694,femaile,29,no,Russian)
* noun. A clever conversational maneuver, used by those who wish to avoid talking about unpleasant subjects. Named after Mr. Hodgkins, of course. (641,Fair Oaks,50,no,english)
* noun: a disease that affects less than .005% of the caucasian population, caused by a failure of the nervous system to hold up over time when stressed beyond capacity (618,female,27,very little,English)
* noun: group or clan of people that one associates with as friends; clique, gang (e.g. My hodgkins and I were cruising the town.) (598,Male,17,No,German\English)
* perceptual or cognitive distortionss (690,m,65,No,English)
* personal name (as in the discoverer of Hodgkins' Disease) (684,female,487,no,English)
* pudding (719,female,21,no,english)
* similar to the last name of Hodgekins, and also the disease i believe to be called Hodgekins Lymphoma (699,male,25,no (except as an amatuer),english (american))
* small brick walls (608,Male,38,just beginning,English)
* sounds like hodgkin disease (621,female,49,no,french)
* suppliers (700,,,,)
* the disease that hemulin cures (602,female,20,no, but im a linguistics major,english and spanish)
* the hogging of shared ice cream (614,male,23,no that I know of!,maderin/cantonese)
* the name of an old warrior (636,,,,)
* the odure left by old men (607,m,35,no,english)
* the reflected colors of a mountain when the sun hits it at the end of the day (652,m,54,no,english)
* there is now a possibility let it happen (610,female,64,no,Hungarian)
* this is a name of a person and a disease (723,female,33,no,english)
* to act like a professor of obtuse English (603,male,37,interested,English)
* too similar to a cancer (673,male,43,no,English)
* warm socks (683,f,37,no,mexican/hawaiian)
* young chaotic people (635,F,15,not really,English)


joxter:

* a fox that tells great jokes (Ed) or a leather strap used on horses by the hunting fraternity (727,female male,43,no,no,english)
* 1. noun - an electric appliance, maybe papershredder or appliance for making mashed potatoes, has to do with smashing, shredding, dividing, dismembering, 2. noun - a cheerful and lighthearted person (usually a man)who never seems to take things or relationships seriously and never settles down (694,femaile,29,no,Russian)
* A 21st-century codpiece which evolved out of the peculiar late 20th-century custom of wearing men's underwear as overwear (634,male,59,a little bit,English)
* A cheap yellow motorbike? (604,Male,19,Not at all,Spanish)
* A cross between boxer and jockey shorts. (662,Female,57,No,English)
* A foolish person who doe ne=ot realize he is foolish, often shows foolishness by competing against others who are actually competent (612,f,29,only cursorily,english)
* A joxter is the most important part of an engine which works with the force of gravity. (670,male,30,no,serbian - italian)
* A member of a flock of crows which persistently trails behind the others, usually when following a plough. (688,Male,44,No,English)
* A nerd gone Olympian. He is usually a Man in his mid forties who thinks that he's ultra hip in his outta date parka and turtleneck. Sipping on over rated Starbucks coffee while reading up on some baby boomer magazine. (721,F,28,yes,English)
* A person who copies astronomical data (652,m,54,no,english)
* A person who joxes for a living (617,female,47,no,mid-west english)
* A punch drunk boxer. (619,F,26,No,English)
* A ridiculous problem, a conundrum with an element of funny, akin to a pickle or jam. (703,female,20,I've wondered about it, never knew that it was a field of study until my professor mentioned your site,German until 3, then English became my dominant language, but I retain German fluency)
* A stupid fool that trips over himself. (669,female,26,a little,English)
* Adj. Jok/ster Used to describe one who is active in sports and exercise. 'Hey, look at that guy by the weight bench, he's joxter!' (734,female,26,no,english)
* An archaic english term mean 'to jockey roughly', now obscure. (622,M,22,I'm writing a paper on it for an english class, but this is my first studying of it (last couple days),English)
* An extremely athletic joke teller. (666,f,29,n,english)
* An impatiant youth. (656,male,41,no,english)
* Brand name for a jock strap. (628,female,48,no,english)
* Dislexic comedian (599,Female,17,Yes,English)
* I do not know (601,male,48,no,slovak)
* Joke is male - Joxter is female (716,FEMALE,60,NO,ENGLISH)
* Joxter. This is an adjective to refer to a prankster, especially one who likes to play tricks on young teenage girls. A joxter is rather mischievous, never really intends to harm anybody with his tricks. (672,male,47,some,Spanish)
* Mens pants which are made for females- a form of jocks. (730,Female,39,Yes,Englih)
* Of the wolf family:Grey in color with yellow eyes and a disposed nature. (657,male,23,no,english)
* One whose purpose is soley for the entertainment of another, non intellectually. (654,Male,34,no,English)
* Participant in the future sport Jox; players are mounted (on horseback in most countries, though reports will eventully filter in of Yak-mounted variants. Play consists of attempting to knock or wrestle other riders off their mounts, using any part of the body necessary in addition to a 'joxy' or coarse, braided rope approximately 4 feet in length. Rope is looped around wrist on one end and weighted slightly on other end to enable it to coil around opponent and hopefully jerk them off balance and onto the ground. Riders are mounted bareback or using only a soft, decorative blanket. No bridle, harness, rein or bit is employed; all control of horse is accomplished with knee pressure, weight-shif and verbal signals. Games between rival villages often last for days and sometimes are held in lieu of battle. (653,f,35,yes,English/Cantonese)
* Prankster (630,Female,54,No,English)
* Pranxter-Ratoniquatatota (706,Male,age: ,teeg-yes,Atlantean/English)
* Proper noun ... Joxter was the name of the first King of Milnaukigeelsheville (b 997 ad, d 1049 ad), a Middle Age territory in northern Sweden. His father, Ioxter was King of Uuu, another norther territory of Middle Age Sweden. He ruled over the land and bestowed the land upon his son, Koxter. (667,male,23,not really,american english)
* Sexual playing toy, usually fallus-shaped but with a technical air about it. (722,male,26,nope,dutch)
* Some nondescript but useful part of a bike or a running shoe. Something that might get sticky, or bent when you hit a rock, and need to be lubed, or replaced for $12. (705,male,26,no,english)
* Someone or something that jostles for a certain positon, especially in an agressive manner, or the act of pushing something out of one's way (611,female,20,at an introductory level,English)
* Someone who is athletic and humorous at the same time. (663,,,,)
* Someone who is obsessed with and idolizes athletic celebrities. The joxter is often (though not always) a man who uses athletic voyeurism as an outlet for his sublimated homoeroticism. A joxter might also be described as a jock groupie. (720,male,27,not formaly,English)
* Someone who likes to make jokes others, like a trixter. (676,female,31,no,Haitian-creole)
* To coax a mechanical device into action or operation (733,Male,25,Not institutionally,English)
* To run when you have a limp; 'Watson approached us rapidly, joxtering over the moor.' (714,F,33,No,English)
* a clown that plays football (626,m,18,no, but want to,eng)
* a disser, or put-on artist (690,m,65,No,English)
* a funny football player (719,female,21,no,english)
* a jokester who is a jock and usually a bully at that. Usually a mutant steriod monster to boot. Thinks he/she is funny but only comes off like a jerk. (603,male,37,interested,English)
* a jolt of surprise (623,female,45,no, though I enjoy etymology,English)
* a male athlete who jokes (651,male,28,no,english)
* a manouvre performed by drunken car drivers (724,,,,)
* a mans excersize shorts (675,female,38,never,english)
* a pair of boxers with a jock strap sewn in the middle. (686,,,,)
* a person who counts objects in their environment incessantly (605,female,21,no,english)
* a pickle, a conundrum where there's an element of funny. (681,female,20,I've stumbled into thinking about it once or twice, never systematically,hard to answer...I spoke German until three, then learned English which is my dominant language but I have retained fluency in german)
* a slang for a jock (632,female,18,nope,englsih)
* a sports person (613,F,51,No,English)
* a travelling manic-depressive, used to entertain old ladies at funerals for those they didn't know. (715,m,20,no,english)
* a trickster or someone who likes to play practical jokes (674,female,53,no,Engish)
* a very muscular person who tends to joke a lot (635,F,15,not really,English)
* a wide ranging farmer (608,Male,38,just beginning,English)
* a wrestling maneuver (718,female,25,no,english)
* an accident (671,female,25,no,English)
* an athletic type of joker/jester. (696,male,19,no,english)
* an electronic jotter book (649,male,22,no,english)
* an indivudual who would like to be runner but has not yet started to do so (631,female,45,yes,English)
* another word used in a spel (698,female,15,no,romanian)
* character out of zena the warrior princess :) (691,female,32,no,dutch)
* court jester (678,male,4,naw,english)
* court jester (679,male,4,naw,english)
* cunning, foxy, quick (615,female,22,it's my diploma,Russian)
* definetely is the winning number (610,female,64,no,Hungarian)
* first name (723,female,33,no,english)
* game (629,M,23,SOMEHOW,ARABIC)
* goof (700,,,,)
* hmmm, Character on Zena - I guess a joker (682,female,46,nope,english)
* is the word 'jokester' pronounced by my husband 9some sort of Iranian accent) (621,female,49,no,french)
* jock,joker, (647,female,14,no,english)
* jocke (683,f,37,no,mexican/hawaiian)
* jockey (horserider) (638,Female,20,No,Dutch)
* jocks (732,female,22,no,english)
* jogger turned into joker (677,female,27,yes,hindi)
* joke (692,male,20,a bit,English)
* joker (640,m,30,y,eng)
* joker (729,female,21,no,english)
* joker, unpleasant person who plays tricks on other people (624,female,34,a litle bit only,Spanish)
* joy-stick for highly designed computer system (693,f,39,a tiny bit,English/Latvian _ parents Latvian, brought up in US)
* man who plays dirty tricks on his friends. (625,f,29,yes,russian)
* noun. A tall narrow glass used for meauring drinks. Figuratively, an amount of wit or wisdom. (641,Fair Oaks,50,no,english)
* noun: a young man who attends parties hosted by people that he does not know, solely for the purpose of meeting women he won't remember the next day (618,female,27,very little,English)
* noun; [root: jux 'change, switch'] One who changes or alters something. One who wishes to change the existing order of things. Colloquial: a radical. (697,female,27,no,American English)
* one who plays a sport, known as joxing, that is like jousting but on bicycles. (639,virgin :-),14,nope,English)
* play fighting (614,male,23,no that I know of!,maderin/cantonese)
* prankster (735,male,57,no,english, ukrainian/)
* sexually promiscuous male (684,female,487,no,English)
* slang for jockey (687,M,20,no,English)
* small portable pad of paper used by taxicab drivers (637,Male,32,No,English)
* somebody that entertains (636,,,,)
* someone who makes a lot of jokes (660,female,30,no,english)
* someone, who stand next to someone important on a painting or other work of art, to amplify the other person grandness, deriven from latin 'Iuxta' (711,male,17,no,dutch)
* something related to sport (680,male,57,no,portuguese)
* sounds like fox (627,female,26,yes,filipino)
* sportsman (685,m,60,tad,angal sora ish)
* the jock turned gangster in high school (602,female,20,no, but im a linguistics major,english and spanish)
* this seems like a puzzle, i think of the box from hellraiser (665,female,23,no,english)
* to assemble or hitch one thing to another. (717,female,50,no,English)
* to be compelled to wrestle with material whose concepts supercede one's level of comprehension (658,male,20,no,english)
* to be pulling someones leg (655,female,39,no,english)
* to exchange playful banter while sparring w/someone (704,F,17,no,English)
* to joust (606,female,27,no,tagalog)
* to knock an opponent in the ancient sport of log-sitting (695,male,38,Yes,English)
* to nudge your horse gently with stirrups and reins to get it to go where you want slowly (673,male,43,no,English)
* ummmm, a jock strap (gross, sorry) (650,f,33,no,english)


groke:

* to hit fiercely (629,M,23,SOMEHOW,ARABIC)
* (v) to understand on a visceral level, past tense of 'grok', see Heinlen's 'Stranger in a Strange Land' (620,Male,20,I am an MC. You should talk to some MCs, bro. Or at least me. Wordsound is alive and well.,English)
* 1. noun - havy wooden club, 2. exclamation denoting dissappointment, 'might-have-been': 'Oh, man, that's a goke!' = to bad, turn-off, blow (694,femaile,29,no,Russian)
* A 'groke' is an ugly, grotto-dwelling troll, with dark, brown hair, sharp claws, glittering green eyes. Groke can be either sex there are some that are indeed both sexes. These are the most ferocious, malignant, evil, powerful of the species. Groke are indeed a very ancient race of the times when Giants trode the earth. Their size, however, is rather small. Going from 12 to 13 inches tall. (672,male,47,some,Spanish)
* A death-rattle; a cry of extreme dismay (714,F,33,No,English)
* A grope taken too far, You can sue for this. (599,Female,17,Yes,English)
* A hairy, omnivorous, mammal (604,Male,19,Not at all,Spanish)
* A huge frog from a Kaukasian fairy tale. In youth slang: 'Groke me baby' means to copulate with passion and energy without kissing. (670,male,30,no,serbian - italian)
* A monster who is very selfish and very cold. (725,Male,22,no,English)
* A scary thing (726,M,45,No,English)
* A small error just sufficient to cause one's essay to be graded one mark lower. (688,Male,44,No,English)
* A sound that a bear makes when passing an extremely large bowel movement. (666,f,29,n,english)
* A special type of 'Rota-Rooter' used to clean out the piping in foundries. (634,male,59,a little bit,English)
* A task that is simple and takes only a short time to complete, yet the doing of the task, or thinking about doing the task consumes vast amounts of energy. Example: I purchased stamps needed to complete the pile of groke mail on my desk. (654,Male,34,no,English)
* An American Indian drink said to have mystic qualities (652,m,54,no,english)
* Grasping or seeking safety (630,Female,54,No,English)
* Homocide by choking someone by the neck. (686,,,,)
* I do not know (601,male,48,no,slovak)
* If it aint groke, don't prebend it. (673,male,43,no,English)
* It is similar to the creole word that means 'to hang on to' or to 'hang up' on a clothesline or closet (koke). (676,female,31,no,Haitian-creole)
* Medium-sized, tawny-colored water bird with distinctive 'groke' or 'croke' call. (653,f,35,yes,English/Cantonese)
* N. grok Subspecies of a bird native to the northwest portions of the United states (734,female,26,no,english)
* Noun: the language spoken by a sleeping person, often called 'jibberish' (598,Male,17,No,German\English)
* Past participle of 'grok - to deeply and fully understand' (622,M,22,I'm writing a paper on it for an english class, but this is my first studying of it (last couple days),English)
* Poking with a stick. (662,Female,57,No,English)
* Stealing. (696,male,19,no,english)
* The act of a frog dying while croaking, the frog makes a groke call. (730,Female,39,Yes,Englih)
* The act of inserting a slim metal pipe about a foot long into your throat, possibly for any number of reasons that I can't think of right now. Or, the throat-pipe itself. Maybe for liquid intake without bothering to swallow?, Or, the noise a bendy straw makes. (705,male,26,no,english)
* The intersecting point of two overhead power wires. (657,male,23,no,english)
* The reaction one has when one thinks something will burn or hurt. (656,male,41,no,english)
* The spikey remains of a bicycle wheel after a bike vs. car accident. (619,F,26,No,English)
* This is too much like Heinlein's 'grok' in 'Stranger in a Strange Land.' I suppose 'groke' is a past tense form of 'grok.' Whereas 'groked' is the ordinary past tense, 'groke' indicates that the action took place in an alternate/parallel universe. (720,male,27,not formaly,English)
* To inhale a liquid object. Also onomatpoeia: the sound one makes when inhaling liquid objects. (669,female,26,a little,English)
* To make a guttural expression with ones mouth similar to gagging (733,Male,25,Not institutionally,English)
* To process information in a rote, mechanical way--ex., take point-by-point notes from a lecture, memorize, spit back up for test (704,F,17,no,English)
* To take something to heart just for spitting it out later. For example, 'After all he appears just to have been GROKING my love!'. (722,male,26,nope,dutch)
* Wait a minute! I've heard this one in my 2nd grade class! It's Sue's way of saying 'broke' ... as in 'Teacher I groke my pencil lead.' What can I say, she's being considered for speech therapy. (721,F,28,yes,English)
* Whinning- Hemonigracora (706,Male,age: ,teeg-yes,Atlantean/English)
* a bad joke (675,female,38,never,english)
* a frog chocking (650,f,33,no,english)
* a garden tool that is used to separte soil from dirt quickly so your garden can grow things with nutrient-rich soil. (639,virgin :-),14,nope,English)
* a lazy grifter (609,,,,)
* a loud banging sound (631,female,45,yes,English)
* a male waterfowl (684,female,487,no,English)
* a smoke slang in italy (632,female,18,nope,englsih)
* a snifled sneeze (718,female,25,no,english)
* a tool for opening manhold covers (608,Male,38,just beginning,English)
* a verb, pulling a finger (626,m,18,no, but want to,eng)
* a verb, to look for sth you don't know what, and it makes you lough (615,female,22,it's my diploma,Russian)
* an expensive style of vogue (Ed) or a hand implement used by the French when peeling truffles (727,female male,43,no,no,english)
* an old type of pipe, with an angle in the stem (691,female,32,no,dutch)
* an un inteligient person (655,female,39,no,english)
* animal food (606,female,27,no,tagalog)
* big (680,male,57,no,portuguese)
* choke (692,male,20,a bit,English)
* choke (729,female,21,no,english)
* choking action (660,female,30,no,english)
* describes a person who is of limited intelligence and ability. (717,female,50,no,English)
* dishevelled gloomy. Wet crow looks very groke. (625,f,29,yes,russian)
* frog's sound (627,female,26,yes,filipino)
* frogs sound (640,m,30,y,eng)
* garden implement (693,f,39,a tiny bit,English/Latvian _ parents Latvian, brought up in US)
* grim and overcast, shadowy, foggy (611,female,20,at an introductory level,English)
* groa ke', an expression for a person who can't hear after attending the local rock concert (617,female,47,no,mid-west english)
* groping the testicles of animals (649,male,22,no,english)
* grose (683,f,37,no,mexican/hawaiian)
* growing out of the joke of your life (677,female,27,yes,hindi)
* grunting and making gestures relating to the grunts (614,male,23,no that I know of!,maderin/cantonese)
* inert (623,female,45,no, though I enjoy etymology,English)
* joke,grope, (647,female,14,no,english)
* look long and hard (674,female,53,no,Engish)
* makes me think of the poem the 'jabberwocky'...twas brilig in the slithy toves...etc an interesting poem for you in the context of word sound meanings. i am sure you are familiar with it. (699,male,25,no (except as an amatuer),english (american))
* n. a bird with raven black feathers and a caw for a vioce, also known as crows (689,,,,)
* offensive term used to describe excessive physical affection displayed by a couple. (687,M,20,no,English)
* palatable starchy desert made from the fruit of a low growing palm variety (637,Male,32,No,English)
* pejorative term to refer to a rude man (he's such a groke!) (624,female,34,a litle bit only,Spanish)
* pennyless (735,male,57,no,english, ukrainian/)
* pig's noise (713,Female,42,no,turkish)
* poke (732,female,22,no,english)
* see and understand (700,,,,)
* shrewd, not nice (723,female,33,no,english)
* slime-ball (690,m,65,No,English)
* someboby who always has bad luck (621,female,49,no,french)
* someone mad or upset (636,,,,)
* something done by two or more concenting adults (685,m,60,tad,angal sora ish)
* something german comes to mind, frogs, lots of frogs, singing, (665,female,23,no,english)
* something happened, but it is not good (610,female,64,no,Hungarian)
* something inbetween spit and trow up (638,Female,20,No,Dutch)
* the sound a hole in the ground that spews gas and slime makes. (pronounced quickly) (710,male,21,a bit,american english)
* the sound made by cane toads (724,,,,)
* to be wiped-out tired, as in 'I'm groked,' or to suffer from a hangover...'groking' (681,female,20,English, German)
* to choke quite horribly and painfull, the 'r' amplifies the choking (711,male,17,no,dutch)
* to cough with phlegm (605,female,21,no,english)
* to die (719,female,21,no,english)
* to grab (671,female,25,no,English)
* to grab and person and choke him (613,F,51,No,English)
* to laugh at something disaprovingly (644,,,no,)
* to pull downwards suddenly (695,male,38,Yes,English)
* to scratch the dirt, as with a small hand rake. (715,m,20,no,english)
* to simultaneously expectorate and cough (658,male,20,no,english)
* to throttle into unconsciousness (635,F,15,not really,English)
* to understand something brokenly ('grok' + 'broke') (603,male,37,interested,English)
* to understand. (628,female,48,no,english)
* understand quickly1 (682,female,46,nope,english)
* verb. 'to groke' very specifically means to pluck the keys of a piano ... 'Gerry groked his way through 'I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues' and didn't sound that bad!' (667,male,23,not really,american english)
* verb. To gauk, gaze with astonishment at something, experience revulsion at something. (641,Fair Oaks,50,no,english)
* verb: someones ticklying you and they accidentally touch something they weren't supposed to (602,female,20,no, but im a linguistics major,english and spanish)
* verb: to grasp and poke in alternating fashion while searching blindly with hands unaided by visual information (especially when searching for small objects, while driving, that have fallen under the driver's seat) (618,female,27,very little,English)
* verb; [root: grok 'suffocate'] To kill by forcing the victim to inhale large quantities of water. To purposely drown someone. (697,female,27,no,American English)
* when one manages to contain the vomit and swallow it back down without anybody noticing (607,m,35,no,english)
* word used in a spel (698,female,15,no,romanian)


booble:

* 1. verb - sarcastic, depreciating connotation of verbs talk, speak, tell, 2. noun - a person who speaks a lot in vain (694,femaile,29,no,Russian)
* A 'booble' is an innocent mispronounciation of a word, a slip of the tongue, a substitution of one phoneme for another. (672,male,47,some,Spanish)
* A big hair band (599,Female,17,Yes,English)
* A diminutive goof-up [How unimaginative, eh? But I couldn't help myself. This word clearly means this and should be in the dictionary. Hey, who knows? Maybe it's Yiddish for 'very tiny grandma'!] (634,male,59,a little bit,English)
* A droplet of liquid momentarily held on top of the same type of liquid by surface tension. (656,male,41,no,english)
* A large glass sphere resembling a marble but bigger (733,Male,25,Not institutionally,English)
* A mistake (652,m,54,no,english)
* A mistake, or to bungle a situation-kindof like a blooper (611,female,20,at an introductory level,English)
* A round ornament made of glass, for hanging in windows or on Christmas trees. (Reminds me of 'bauble.) (664,F,49,no,English)
* A term to define a perpetually drowsy and hungry person? (604,Male,19,Not at all,Spanish)
* A very large wad of money (617,female,47,no,mid-west english)
* A: boobled. When someone is stunned by a pair of breasts and mumbles. N: the state of mumbling and being stunned by breasts V: to mumble and be stunned by breasts (635,F,15,not really,English)
* Any inexplicable indentation in a brass or copper casting. (688,Male,44,No,English)
* Booble language, the language that used to be spoken back in Atlantis. To booble - communicate through water (670,male,30,no,serbian - italian)
* I've heard some Brits call a certain part of the female anatomy ... booble.. or more precisely.. 'boobles' (721,F,28,yes,English)
* It is something that my pets might say (yes, they speak quite expansively). To someone else, it might mean 'bauble' or 'jewel.' To them, it would mean a piece of chicken- something they'd love. (731,Female,45,No.,English)
* Kind of like a 'tchotchke' [Side note: what an annoying word that is. I think it's yiddish, which gets spoken a little bit in my family, but there's still something about 'tchotchke' that rubs me the wrong way. Perhaps it's just my dislike of useless clutter, which I can only take in small amounts. I only use the word because I can't think of another one right now. Damn you, Office Space, for sticking this word in my head.] Anyway, a booble is one of the less offensive forms of objects with little use, a smallish rounded one, nicely colored, and it has it's own small bit of genuine beauty, kind of like a xmas tree ornament, and unlike those 'cute' cherubic ceramic angels that populate some people's houses. A booble might be a bit off balance, so you'd have to make sure it didn't roll off it's shelf and break, but maybe it does some sort of almost-perpetual motion kinda thing like those metal dealies you can buy in Spencer's Gifts. (705,male,26,no,english)
* Marble-sized, variously-shaped pieces used in games and divinations; material varies regionally between glass, bone, rock, clay and sometimes seeds or small fruit pits. (653,f,35,yes,English/Cantonese)
* Milk from the breast // or conversely, ectoplasm from the materialisation of a ghost. (696,male,19,no,english)
* Mistake or error (630,Female,54,No,English)
* Move around-Ackardtopeshomeiewintrchork (706,Male,age: ,teeg-yes,Atlantean/English)
* N. boo/bl the first tiny buds of a woman's breasts. This is a slang term used by pre-teen boys as they are still unsure of what to do with them. (734,female,26,no,english)
* Someone who joxters. (714,F,33,No,English)
* Sounds like 'bobble' and 'boob', can't think of it without those. (622,M,22,I'm writing a paper on it for an english class, but this is my first studying of it (last couple days),English)
* The female variant of a joxter. (669,female,26,a little,English)
* The motion of an infants head. (666,f,29,n,english)
* To bob around on the end of a wire. (619,F,26,No,English)
* To confuse someone, or things that do not make since. (676,female,31,no,Haitian-creole)
* To farth in bath (or in any other water, for that matter). (722,male,26,nope,dutch)
* To waste time. (654,Male,34,no,English)
* a boob (632,female,18,nope,englsih)
* a bubble but in the deepest part of the ocean, where it's always dark (691,female,32,no,dutch)
* a bubble that never pops and bounces around everywhere (Ed) or a headress used by a Persian magi (727,female male,43,no,no,english)
* a burst bubble (685,m,60,tad,angal sora ish)
* a complex boardgame involving 8 dice (718,female,25,no,english)
* a cover for a woman's nipple that makes it easier for the baby to suck from its mother's breasts. (639,virgin :-),14,nope,English)
* a liquid mess (686,,,,)
* a mathematical value (684,female,487,no,English)
* a mistake (613,F,51,No,English)
* a motion that's kind of wobbly and droopy... kind of like a drunken man's 'walk' - to booble 'My goodness, I can't forget seeing Frank boobling around the yard that one time.' (710,male,21,a bit,american english)
* a sexy ornament (695,male,38,Yes,English)
* a simple mistake or tokly object (687,M,20,no,English)
* a synonym for cabochon. A precious or semi-precous gem cut into a rounded, smooth shape. (720,male,27,not formaly,English)
* a word you must say with your mouth over and over agin; it's fun! (650,f,33,no,english)
* affectionate usage for dumb or having goofed (690,m,65,No,English)
* an imaginary plaything (674,female,53,no,Engish)
* asociation of letters (698,female,15,no,romanian)
* boobs turning into bubbles (677,female,27,yes,hindi)
* bubble (692,male,20,a bit,English)
* bubble, (647,female,14,no,english)
* bubbles (732,female,22,no,english)
* bubbling bubble (640,m,30,y,eng)
* bubbly (729,female,21,no,english)
* buble (683,f,37,no,mexican/hawaiian)
* bubling (601,male,48,no,slovak)
* delicate glass decorations (724,,,,)
* earrings that hang low (608,Male,38,just beginning,English)
* fairly grotesque story used to frighten children (637,Male,32,No,English)
* foolish (623,female,45,no, though I enjoy etymology,English)
* froth (735,male,57,no,english, ukrainian/)
* glass ball (660,female,30,no,english)
* goof up (678,male,4,naw,english)
* goof up (679,male,4,naw,english)
* having only one breast (719,female,21,no,english)
* it's classics:)) bb - labials, sth round, a big bubble made of mud (615,female,22,it's my diploma,Russian)
* lets play a game, and be happy and laugh and smile lets pass the time (610,female,64,no,Hungarian)
* n. a mistake, als used as a verb, as in 'I boobled on my test, and got 20 questions wrong' (689,,,,)
* noun. A food delicacy native to central New York, USA. The workers at Endicott-Johnson Shoes in the mid-20th century were fed up with the meals they ate at work and created booble. It is comprised mainly of granny smith apples, whitefish, plain yogurt, lime, some yeast, and a small amount of vanilla extract. (667,male,23,not really,american english)
* of or pertaining to the texture of cotton candy (658,male,20,no,english)
* old spelling for bauble (682,female,46,nope,english)
* paddle about in the water (631,female,45,yes,English)
* puffy breast (626,m,18,no, but want to,eng)
* riding on a bumpy road (in Dutch bobbel = bump) (638,Female,20,No,Dutch)
* round (680,male,57,no,portuguese)
* round sphere (693,f,39,a tiny bit,English/Latvian _ parents Latvian, brought up in US)
* sexy exhuberant blonde woman (624,female,34,a litle bit only,Spanish)
* silly , woobly way ie. he is quite booble in his snufkin (614,male,23,no that I know of!,maderin/cantonese)
* small bubble (662,Female,57,No,English)
* small mistake (628,female,48,no,english)
* something childlike a buble or a ballon, (711,male,17,no,dutch)
* something small, only a small portion, a little bit, a short child (665,female,23,no,english)
* sounds like 'boobeleh' (don't know how to spell it). It is a Yiddish word for 'little boy'. (621,female,49,no,french)
* sounds like an erotic chrismas tree decoration (673,male,43,no,English)
* swerve (675,female,38,never,english)
* swollen sweat glands that occur around the groins of pikkipionoseraueans (607,m,35,no,english)
* temporary (700,,,,)
* the last time that you encountered someone you knew (636,,,,)
* the white frothy thing that sometimes overwhelms our babies when they drool (649,male,22,no,english)
* to booble = to fall in like water in wc (625,f,29,yes,russian)
* to clean one's ears (612,f,29,only cursorily,english)
* to confuse the Babelfish translation webtoy (603,male,37,interested,English)
* to gurgle (606,female,27,no,tagalog)
* to inflate the chewing gum (629,M,23,SOMEHOW,ARABIC)
* to make a funny (655,female,39,no,english)
* to make an obvious mistake (648,female,21,yes,english)
* to make meaningless noises, or make mistakes, be clumsy (699,male,25,no (except as an amatuer),english (american))
* to spin an object across the tips of one's fingers, to toy with (681,female,20,English, German)
* toy (671,female,25,no,English)
* v. to move one's hand in a rapid and semicircular motion above an airborn bubble causing the bubble to move quickly and suddenly from side to side before shooting upward and then coming to rest, hovering in the air at an altitude higher than the initial one. (645,Male,25,No,English)
* verb. Obviously, to make a mistake. (641,Fair Oaks,50,no,english)
* verb: the act of mindlessly drooling, mostly done so by babies and dumbfounded people (598,Male,17,No,German\English)
* verb: to ogle or stare at a woman's breasts without realizing it (618,female,27,very little,English)
* verb: to toy with something, as in spinning it between one's fingers (703,female,20,I've wondered about it, never knew that it was a field of study until my professor mentioned your site,German until 3, then English became my dominant language, but I retain German fluency)
* verb: when a big breasted girl runs and her boobs bob (602,female,20,no, but im a linguistics major,english and spanish)


hattifattener:

* a person getting very, very close to being totally fat. (621,female,49,no,french)
* a type of butter (686,,,,)
* 'Hattifattener' is any fattening food which is so delicious as to make it almost impossible for anyone to refrain oneself from eating it. (672,male,47,some,Spanish)
* (655,female,39,no,english)
* - (711,male,17,no,dutch)
* 1. A special tip given to the chef in a restaurant to bolster his ego and influence him to give more and better servings next time; 2. By extension, a sycophantic report or appraisal given with the hopes of garnering the favor of upperlings in big corporations. (634,male,59,a little bit,English)
* A device for holding a skirt down in windy areas. Inverted suspenders. (654,Male,34,no,English)
* A dietetic supplemental powder (652,m,54,no,english)
* A fastening pin for a loose fitting shawl or scarf (733,Male,25,Not institutionally,English)
* A favorite aunt's homecooking that difinately can make you gain some weight, and is referred to as 'hattifattener'. (676,female,31,no,Haitian-creole)
* A ghost (726,M,45,No,English)
* A motherly, well-endowed aunt who enjoys wearing large straw hats. (619,F,26,No,English)
* A particualr instrument that gives you food through a plastic tube when you are asleep. (670,male,30,no,serbian - italian)
* A person who can consume something distasteful in large quantities. (666,f,29,n,english)
* A player whose role is roughly equivalent to that of a goal-keeper in an ancient Norse sport played with the inflated intestine of a levret. (688,Male,44,No,English)
* A pompous and ostentatious aristocratic woman (611,female,20,at an introductory level,English)
* A stimulant for dogs very similar to a latte for humans (617,female,47,no,mid-west english)
* A tool for widening the inside of a hat for a big headed peron. (730,Female,39,Yes,Englih)
* An arogent, self important woman. (656,male,41,no,english)
* Childish mispronunciation of fattihattener - one who fashions head-coverings from animal byproducts (622,M,22,I'm writing a paper on it for an english class, but this is my first studying of it (last couple days),English)
* Extra blank pages (sometimes labelled 'notes') at the end of a book. Also, political double-talk. (714,F,33,No,English)
* Fattier-dihndootsaykutshahluktohsyahnihtehkhep (706,Male,age: ,teeg-yes,Atlantean/English)
* German eatery-keeper (625,f,29,yes,russian)
* Green overalls for fat people (604,Male,19,Not at all,Spanish)
* Had he fattened her? (627,female,26,yes,filipino)
* Hat for a person with a big head (662,Female,57,No,English)
* Hatti was the baker and everyone who ate the pastries from her shop got fat....a teenage boy in the village called out to his chunky neighbor, as she was leaving Hatti's shop: .... 'There is another hattifattener customer' (716,FEMALE,60,NO,ENGLISH)
* Hatti's step father (640,m,30,y,eng)
* I do not know (601,male,48,no,slovak)
* Indian Princess's name (682,female,46,nope,english)
* It's the upcoming updated uptown version of Olestra! This one doesn't make ya 'run' if ya know what I mean. (721,F,28,yes,English)
* Mary Englebreit character last name (693,f,39,a tiny bit,English/Latvian _ parents Latvian, brought up in US)
* O_o??? (603,male,37,interested,English)
* Somebody with a big ego. (599,Female,17,Yes,English)
* Something dowdy old ladies would consume for the purpose of getting fat. Like nice little confections made of lard. They like you to keep 'em coming. (705,male,26,no,english)
* Sun-burnt but ever-smiling tourist that can't stop spending money either. (722,male,26,nope,dutch)
* Twinkies. (669,female,26,a little,English)
* Weighty matter of consequence (630,Female,54,No,English)
* Weird little creatures who can shock other people if they get upset. They worship a large barometer. (725,Male,22,no,English)
* a belt that ties together in the back (718,female,25,no,english)
* a commercial real este broker (657,male,23,no,english)
* a device to stretch the brim of a small hat to fit on a large head (626,m,18,no, but want to,eng)
* a device used to plump feather mattresses (623,female,45,no, though I enjoy etymology,English)
* a fat person (632,female,18,nope,englsih)
* a flatterer (one who causes another's head to swell!) (684,female,487,no,English)
* a flavoring for chicken that comes from hati (719,female,21,no,english)
* a german sausage made of sawdust and pig dripping (673,male,43,no,English)
* a hat that makes you look really fat. (639,virgin :-),14,nope,English)
* a highly fattening gourmet cake (Ed) or a child who spends the day daydreaming away (727,female male,43,no,no,english)
* a person who makes hats bigger (613,F,51,No,English)
* a powdered substitute for cream used to thicken soups or dress coffee. (720,male,27,not formaly,English)
* a scholar, who studies hard, a 'know-all' (615,female,22,it's my diploma,Russian)
* a silly old woman (674,female,53,no,Engish)
* a swelling disease from wearing socks too tight and too often (695,male,38,Yes,English)
* a tool which repairs broken plumbing (631,female,45,yes,English)
* adjective. Gorgeous, never-before-seen beauty. For example: 'Shane, you are the most hattifattener person I have ever seen.' (667,male,23,not really,american english)
* an entertainment editor (608,Male,38,just beginning,English)
* an incantation word (698,female,15,no,romanian)
* animal feed (660,female,30,no,english)
* as fat as an 'hathi' in english it says 'as fat as an elephant (677,female,27,yes,hindi)
* big (680,male,57,no,portuguese)
* big belly man (729,female,21,no,english)
* effusive (690,m,65,No,English)
* fat, obese, hat, rabbit (647,female,14,no,english)
* german and haitian, white and black, which isnt any of those but is all color creating a shadow and light (665,female,23,no,english)
* hairfattener (638,Female,20,No,Dutch)
* hating of the fat? (683,f,37,no,mexican/hawaiian)
* have enough fat in 'er (as in is there enough cream in your coffee?) (650,f,33,no,english)
* healthy (606,female,27,no,tagalog)
* i dont have a clue what are you talking about, but please let me in on it (610,female,64,no,Hungarian)
* implying a cheap and/or inferior brand. (687,M,20,no,English)
* knowledge, as regards arrogant types. (696,male,19,no,english)
* machine (692,male,20,a bit,English)
* madd hatters cousin (675,female,38,never,english)
* n. An elderly grandmother that loves to cook huge, fattening meals and feed them to her friends and family. (689,,,,)
* n. one cube of what looks like sugar (but is actually three cubes of sugar compressed into one). (645,Male,25,No,English)
* new brand name for a mass gainer product but this is specifically for people who like to wear hats (649,male,22,no,english)
* noun. Although commonly confused with the display stand used to show hats in millinery shops, a hattifattener is a large fish which lives near Halifax and brings good luck to one who catches it and then lets it go again. (641,Fair Oaks,50,no,english)
* noun: a substance used to thicken dreadlocks that also contains bright pigments in rainbow colors (618,female,27,very little,English)
* over weight person (732,female,22,no,english)
* proud grandmother. (628,female,48,no,english)
* pure cream (735,male,57,no,english, ukrainian/)
* someone who wears three hats at the time (691,female,32,no,dutch)
* successful breast implants (ha tti fattener) (685,m,60,tad,angal sora ish)
* take in it easy (636,,,,)
* the stuff that grandma puts in the cookies that makes them SOOO good, but mom wont let you eat them because its not good for you (602,female,20,no, but im a linguistics major,english and spanish)
* ugly man (629,M,23,SOMEHOW,ARABIC)
* unpleasant arrogant person who likes to criticise others (624,female,34,a litle bit only,Spanish)
* verb, to travel with too much baggage or to speak with your mouth too wide open (681,female,20,English, German)
* vernacular term for substances containing less than 50% fat, used to denote 1. medical - fatty substances that cause weight gain 2. products that can be used in cooking in stead of full fat substances like oil, butter or animal fat (694,femaile,29,no,Russian)
* vitamins intended for cattle (605,female,21,no,english)
* wearing excessive clothing (700,,,,)



Make up a one-syllable word meaning: the sound of a jet plane passing overhead

Dzjiew (722,male,26,nope,dutch), Errrgh (599,Female,17,Yes,English), Gragh (654,Male,34,no,English), Herc (721,F,28,yes,English), Hoi (706,Male,age: ,teeg-yes,Atlantean/English), Kaaaa (669,female,26,a little,English), Rhummb (734,female,26,no,english), Schorf (688,Male,44,No,English), Shah (670,male,30,no,serbian - italian), Shkream (653,f,35,yes,English/Cantonese), Shra (598,Male,17,No,German\English), Swooze (672,male,47,some,Spanish), Vrum (644,,,no,), Whaaa (690,m,65,No,English), Zum (604,Male,19,Not at all,Spanish), ar (692,male,20,a bit,English), bang (610,female,64,no,Hungarian), bleeeemmmm (719,female,21,no,english), bloob (731,Female,45,No.,English), bnaaaa (704,F,17,no,English), bram (648,female,21,yes,english), broeee (638,Female,20,No,Dutch), bumff (716,FEMALE,60,NO,ENGLISH), bzooom (627,female,26,yes,filipino), craw (660,female,30,no,english), croon (686,,,,), djaunn (641,Fair Oaks,50,no,english), droom (729,female,21,no,english), droozhe (608,Male,38,just beginning,English), f (698,female,15,no,romanian), few (616,female,17,no,portuguese), frass (656,male,41,no,english), frome (637,Male,32,No,English), fsch (708,female,47,no,portuguese), fwoop (619,F,26,No,English), grenze (652,m,54,no,english), grwar (691,female,32,no,dutch), hoosh (609,,,,), horsh (633,,,,), huongy (702,female,age: ,No,English), jjjjjjjjjjj (677,female,27,yes,hindi), jook (673,male,43,no,English), jurn (695,male,38,Yes,English), juuuuuuurrrrrrr (617,female,47,no,mid-west english), koorsh (612,f,29,only cursorily,english), loud (647,female,14,no,english), loud (732,female,22,no,english), noy (623,female,45,no, though I enjoy etymology,English), oo (625,f,29,yes,russian), pah (630,Female,54,No,English), pfoo (626,m,18,no, but want to,eng), phomb (681,female,20,English, German), phroam (703,female,20,I've wondered about it, never knew that it was a field of study until my professor mentioned your site,German until 3, then English became my dominant language, but I retain German fluency), qqqwwwwhhhhhhhhhhhh (665,female,23,no,english), quasp (725,Male,22,no,English), riq (696,male,19,no,english), rooze (718,female,25,no,english), ror (631,female,45,yes,English), roww (714,F,33,No,English), rrwoooor (649,male,22,no,english), rum (662,Female,57,No,English), saang (700,,,,), schnuck (650,f,33,no,english), schor (717,female,50,no,English), schroo (693,f,39,a tiny bit,English/Latvian _ parents Latvian, brought up in US), scwar (611,female,20,at an introductory level,English), sha (607,m,35,no,english), shaf (705,male,26,no,english), shak (687,M,20,no,English), sheerachh (643,m,31,no,english), shew (710,male,21,a bit,american english), shish (short i) (697,female,27,no,American English), shoom (624,female,34,a litle bit only,Spanish), shoom (724,,,,), shoom (735,male,57,no,english, ukrainian/), shot (680,male,57,no,portuguese), shree (733,Male,25,Not institutionally,English), shreeg (720,male,27,not formaly,English), shuf (618,female,27,very little,English), shum (639,virgin :-),14,nope,English), soom (620,Male,20,I am an MC. You should talk to some MCs, bro. Or at least me. Wordsound is alive and well.,English), souk (629,M,23,SOMEHOW,ARABIC), speem (726,M,45,No,English), szoonz (684,female,487,no,English), traip (711,male,17,no,dutch), trhight (657,male,23,no,english), turbulance (661,,,,), utututututut (723,female,33,no,english), uuuisssss (636,,,,), vah (671,female,25,no,English), vah (676,female,31,no,Haitian-creole), vam (605,female,21,no,english), vnnn (713,Female,42,no,turkish), voom (675,female,38,never,english), vraom (603,male,37,interested,English), vrwhoosh (667,male,23,not really,american english), whirg (628,female,48,no,english), whoom (634,male,59,a little bit,English), whoooo (601,male,48,no,slovak), whooooomm (613,F,51,No,English), whoosh (709,F,44,no,English), whund (635,F,15,not really,English), woo (640,m,30,y,eng), woor (606,female,27,no,tagalog), wosh (655,female,39,no,english), wugggd (615,female,22,it's my diploma,Russian), wzzz (659,female,18,a little bit,romanian), yaze (Ed) - tarsh (727,female male,43,no,no,english), yeye (683,f,37,no,mexican/hawaiian), zaze (602,female,20,no, but im a linguistics major,english and spanish), zeer (666,f,29,n,english), zhoom (694,femaile,29,no,Russian), zim (730,Female,39,Yes,Englih), zool (712,female,13,no,polish), zoosh (682,female,46,nope,english), zush (646,male,27,no,english), zvert (614,male,23,no that I know of!,maderin/cantonese), zwur (674,female,53,no,Engish)


Make up a one-syllable word meaning: the feeling of catching a football

? (693,f,39,a tiny bit,English/Latvian _ parents Latvian, brought up in US), AAkk (669,female,26,a little,English), AHHHHHHHHHH (719,female,21,no,english), Ahhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (599,Female,17,Yes,English), Crugg (653,f,35,yes,English/Cantonese), Dron (670,male,30,no,serbian - italian), Gaf (688,Male,44,No,English), Gahmenker (654,Male,34,no,English), Gootle (672,male,47,some,Spanish), Keet (721,F,28,yes,English), Lou (706,Male,age: ,teeg-yes,Atlantean/English), Moorg (682,female,46,nope,english), Oh (640,m,30,y,eng), Rrrah (598,Male,17,No,German\English), Ujk (722,male,26,nope,dutch), Weth (644,,,no,), Wum (604,Male,19,Not at all,Spanish), a (698,female,15,no,romanian), ack (639,virgin :-),14,nope,English), aii (616,female,17,no,portuguese), avalker (657,male,23,no,english), awg (623,female,45,no, though I enjoy etymology,English), ayee (630,Female,54,No,English), bah (609,,,,), blagg (611,female,20,at an introductory level,English), blah (647,female,14,no,english), blant (720,male,27,not formaly,English), blod (700,,,,), blork (638,Female,20,No,Dutch), boke (676,female,31,no,Haitian-creole), boo (675,female,38,never,english), bosk (622,M,22,I'm writing a paper on it for an english class, but this is my first studying of it (last couple days),English), conster (729,female,21,no,english), cruk (636,,,,), daku (642,male,15,no, but want to study all linguistics,english), dap (607,m,35,no,english), dominer (718,female,25,no,english), drant (626,m,18,no, but want to,eng), durb (666,f,29,n,english), eehh (665,female,23,no,english), ehhk (603,male,37,interested,English), fack (656,male,41,no,english), fark (641,Fair Oaks,50,no,english), fashed (702,female,age: ,No,English), fazh (606,female,27,no,tagalog), fonch (652,m,54,no,english), frak (696,male,19,no,english), frekk (709,F,44,no,English), fug (662,Female,57,No,English), garfrock (717,female,50,no,English), glargh (684,female,487,no,English), googh (714,F,33,No,English), gook (624,female,34,a litle bit only,Spanish), gow (602,female,20,no, but im a linguistics major,english and spanish), grolt (691,female,32,no,dutch), grom (649,male,22,no,english), groon (637,Male,32,No,English), grovellaber (608,Male,38,just beginning,English), gruuu (659,female,18,a little bit,romanian), guk (615,female,22,it's my diploma,Russian), gur (631,female,45,yes,English), gurrph (734,female,26,no,english), guth (704,F,17,no,English), hallmm (601,male,48,no,slovak), hammm (713,Female,42,no,turkish), hhhhhhhhhh (677,female,27,yes,hindi), hift (643,m,31,no,english), hord (pronounced like hoard) (697,female,27,no,American English), hot (735,male,57,no,english, ukrainian/), hud (660,female,30,no,english), igg (730,Female,39,Yes,Englih), jarb (648,female,21,yes,english), karb (687,M,20,no,English), kork (686,,,,), krol (681,female,20,English, German), kwip (725,Male,22,no,English), marg (635,F,15,not really,English), meesk (726,M,45,No,English), mesk (673,male,43,no,English), mom (711,male,17,no,dutch), mrra (690,m,65,No,English), muk (618,female,27,very little,English), murl (695,male,38,Yes,English), obre (625,f,29,yes,russian), oh! (683,f,37,no,mexican/hawaiian), oog (671,female,25,no,English), rash (708,female,47,no,portuguese), scary (732,female,22,no,english), screlk (634,male,59,a little bit,English), shime (694,femaile,29,no,Russian), shrok (716,FEMALE,60,NO,ENGLISH), slush (731,Female,45,No.,English), suj (712,female,13,no,polish), uhhhh (627,female,26,yes,filipino), waa (733,Male,25,Not institutionally,English), wich (661,,,,), yag (705,male,26,no,english), yaz (674,female,53,no,Engish), yeh (655,female,39,no,english), yerp (628,female,48,no,english), yrah (667,male,23,not really,american english), yuh (610,female,64,no,Hungarian), zacroft (723,female,33,no,english), zik (692,male,20,a bit,English), ÌÈÚ (629,M,23,SOMEHOW,ARABIC)


Make up a one-syllable word meaning: the jargon of a DJ on AM radio

Bantibabble (653,f,35,yes,English/Cantonese), Daam (670,male,30,no,serbian - italian), Dam (616,female,17,no,portuguese), Drab (643,m,31,no,english), Flarp (688,Male,44,No,English), G (721,F,28,yes,English), Gurm (598,Male,17,No,German\English), Hootle (672,male,47,some,Spanish), Kak (706,Male,age: ,teeg-yes,Atlantean/English), Klah (644,,,no,), Plalk (669,female,26,a little,English), Shevelish (654,Male,34,no,English), Twat (599,Female,17,Yes,English), Wair (722,male,26,nope,dutch), Xem (604,Male,19,Not at all,Spanish), babb (620,Male,20,I am an MC. You should talk to some MCs, bro. Or at least me. Wordsound is alive and well.,English), balb (714,F,33,No,English), bant (718,female,25,no,english), bla (631,female,45,yes,English), blah (671,female,25,no,English), blar (700,,,,), blar (734,female,26,no,english), blarb (603,male,37,interested,English), blarb (612,f,29,only cursorily,english), blare (606,female,27,no,tagalog), blarg (634,male,59,a little bit,English), blarg (blahrg) (697,female,27,no,American English), bligg (704,F,17,no,English), bloorb (703,female,20,I've wondered about it, never knew that it was a field of study until my professor mentioned your site,German until 3, then English became my dominant language, but I retain German fluency), bloorlg (681,female,20,English, German), boring (732,female,22,no,english), bov (607,m,35,no,english), bregged (637,Male,32,No,English), brudge (brooj) (635,F,15,not really,English), cankle (633,,,,), chra (695,male,38,Yes,English), chuku (636,,,,), cloop (615,female,22,it's my diploma,Russian), crumm (731,Female,45,No.,English), dee (640,m,30,y,eng), didge (pronounced somewhat like fridge, exactly like the 'dig' in 'digital') (646,male,27,no,english), djam (713,Female,42,no,turkish), drash (720,male,27,not formaly,English), dzet (659,female,18,a little bit,romanian), fast (735,male,57,no,english, ukrainian/), fobu (716,FEMALE,60,NO,ENGLISH), fom (624,female,34,a litle bit only,Spanish), fuc (623,female,45,no, though I enjoy etymology,English), gam (687,M,20,no,English), glab (705,male,26,no,english), glab (733,Male,25,Not institutionally,English), glarb (709,F,44,no,English), grib (666,f,29,n,english), gronk (725,Male,22,no,English), groonsh (667,male,23,not really,american english), habbalaba (715,m,20,no,english), ham (626,m,18,no, but want to,eng), heee (627,female,26,yes,filipino), hep (630,Female,54,No,English), hock (652,m,54,no,english), howsit (683,f,37,no,mexican/hawaiian), huck (649,male,22,no,english), i (698,female,15,no,romanian), ish (662,Female,57,No,English), ishkababble (726,M,45,No,English), jaeh (676,female,31,no,Haitian-creole), jib (686,,,,), keeeeeeeee (719,female,21,no,english), klop (712,female,13,no,polish), mutz (614,male,23,no that I know of!,maderin/cantonese), nars (690,m,65,No,English), nebb (618,female,27,very little,English), off (665,female,23,no,english), phlez (717,female,50,no,English), pish (660,female,30,no,english), plip (641,Fair Oaks,50,no,english), poite (656,male,41,no,english), quap (694,femaile,29,no,Russian), ramdj (601,male,48,no,slovak), rap (674,female,53,no,Engish), razterfan (608,Male,38,just beginning,English), sam (692,male,20,a bit,English), sandnish (702,female,age: ,No,English), skank (609,,,,), sklash (648,female,21,yes,english), sklat (684,female,487,no,English), slam (605,female,21,no,english), slem (729,female,21,no,english), slimp (638,Female,20,No,Dutch), smalk (693,f,39,a tiny bit,English/Latvian _ parents Latvian, brought up in US), snark - borg (ed) (727,female male,43,no,no,english), sound (661,,,,), spiv (622,M,22,I'm writing a paper on it for an english class, but this is my first studying of it (last couple days),English), splik (696,male,19,no,english), sterb (628,female,48,no,english), swack (724,,,,), tjsep (691,female,32,no,dutch), uggg (647,female,14,no,english), urf (673,male,43,no,English), wak (655,female,39,no,english), webnef (657,male,23,no,english), wik (730,Female,39,Yes,Englih), yich (639,virgin :-),14,nope,English), yierk (602,female,20,no, but im a linguistics major,english and spanish), zak (650,f,33,no,english), zang (723,female,33,no,english), zenge (682,female,46,nope,english), zzzzzzzzz (677,female,27,yes,hindi), ØãÈ (629,M,23,SOMEHOW,ARABIC)


Make up a one-syllable word meaning: the gait of a hippo

Croah (670,male,30,no,serbian - italian), Goomp (604,Male,19,Not at all,Spanish), Gos (706,Male,age: ,teeg-yes,Atlantean/English),Grat (644,,,no,), Guag (598,Male,17,No,German\English), Powlt (672,male,47,some,Spanish), Slumble (653,f,35,yes,English/Cantonese), Thwandly (654,Male,34,no,English), Toonk (722,male,26,nope,dutch), Ursce (658,male,20,no,english), Wamp (688,Male,44,No,English), almb (635,F,15,not really,English), ber (631,female,45,yes,English), betre (729,female,21,no,english), big (647,female,14,no,english), big (732,female,22,no,english), blamp - bolx (Ed) (727,female male,43,no,no,english), blerp (628,female,48,no,english), blong (602,female,20,no, but im a linguistics major,english and spanish), blot (605,female,21,no,english), blump (664,F,49,no,English), blump (734,female,26,no,english), bom (618,female,27,very little,English), bookh (625,f,29,yes,russian), boomf (673,male,43,no,English), boum (624,female,34,a litle bit only,Spanish), boump (611,female,20,at an introductory level,English), buf (730,Female,39,Yes,Englih), clawm (656,male,41,no,english), clop (621,female,49,no,french), crup (649,male,22,no,english), cush (606,female,27,no,tagalog), drulk (639,virgin :-),14,nope,English), flot (643,m,31,no,english), fmp (700,,,,), fump (716,FEMALE,60,NO,ENGLISH), fwaump (665,female,23,no,english), gahp (671,female,25,no,English), gaippo (675,female,38,never,english), gauf (721,F,28,yes,English), glomp (724,,,,), glop (731,Female,45,No.,English), gomph (634,male,59,a little bit,English), groll (695,male,38,Yes,English), grund (652,m,54,no,english), gullaby (657,male,23,no,english), gump (674,female,53,no,Engish), gwash (612,f,29,only cursorily,english), gwelp (714,F,33,No,English), h (698,female,15,no,romanian), haga (601,male,48,no,slovak), hee (640,m,30,y,eng), hicop (683,f,37,no,mexican/hawaiian), hig (687,M,20,no,English), hippopotamus (661,,,,), hrff (690,m,65,No,English), hromp (648,female,21,yes,english), hub (630,Female,54,No,English), jamble (726,M,45,No,English), k'lumph (ok that's technically 2 syllables) (669,female,26,a little,English), knulc (626,m,18,no, but want to,eng), koom (603,male,37,interested,English), krunk (622,M,22,I'm writing a paper on it for an english class, but this is my first studying of it (last couple days),English), lachk (713,Female,42,no,turkish), lang (696,male,19,no,english), lassss (719,female,21,no,english), lof (609,,,,), lombering (633,,,,), loosh (725,Male,22,no,English), lug (615,female,22,it's my diploma,Russian), lumb (682,female,46,nope,english), lump (613,F,51,No,English), lump (693,f,39,a tiny bit,English/Latvian _ parents Latvian, brought up in US), lump (705,male,26,no,english), lumph (684,female,487,no,English), mok (607,m,35,no,english), mooo (627,female,26,yes,filipino), nump (660,female,30,no,english), oh (655,female,39,no,english), oinn (712,female,13,no,polish), opp (616,female,17,no,portuguese), plope (720,male,27,not formaly,English), pohh (676,female,31,no,Haitian-creole), poink (638,Female,20,No,Dutch), pomp (650,f,33,no,english), pon (623,female,45,no, though I enjoy etymology,English), pullop (710,male,21,a bit,american english), quabble (694,femaile,29,no,Russian), quua (659,female,18,a little bit,romanian), rik (692,male,20,a bit,English), roomb (637,Male,32,No,English), roum (641,Fair Oaks,50,no,english), rrrah (599,Female,17,Yes,English), rrrrrrr (677,female,27,yes,hindi), rudd (704,F,17,no,English), schmub (666,f,29,n,english), skump (short u) (697,female,27,no,American English), sloo (709,F,44,no,English), stobbing (717,female,50,no,English), supomre (702,female,age: ,No,English), swaaak (681,female,20,English, German), swoam (703,female,20,I've wondered about it, never knew that it was a field of study until my professor mentioned your site,German until 3, then English became my dominant language, but I retain German fluency), taig (723,female,33,no,english), thump (735,male,57,no,english, ukrainian/), trop (662,Female,57,No,English), twollop (718,female,25,no,english), wamp (733,Male,25,Not institutionally,English), woorn (691,female,32,no,dutch), wordalby (608,Male,38,just beginning,English), yoinks (667,male,23,not really,american english), Úä (629,M,23,SOMEHOW,ARABIC)


Make up a one-syllable word meaning: the feeling you have drinking tea on the porch on a spring evening

Audle (688,Male,44,No,English), Eastle (672,male,47,some,Spanish), Haw (644,,,no,), Mmmph (669,female,26,a little,English), Mool (670,male,30,no,serbian - italian), Semh (604,Male,19,Not at all,Spanish), Shum (598,Male,17,No,German\English), Sipindippity (653,f,35,yes,English/Cantonese), Slau (722,male,26,nope,dutch), Wai (706,Male,age: ,teeg-yes,Atlantean/English), aaaz (667,male,23,not really,american english), aahhhmmm (733,Male,25,Not institutionally,English), ah (610,female,64,no,Hungarian), ah (636,,,,), ah (655,female,39,no,english), ah (719,female,21,no,english), ah (724,,,,), ahh (676,female,31,no,Haitian-creole), ahhh (599,Female,17,Yes,English), ahm (624,female,34,a litle bit only,Spanish), ai (616,female,17,no,portuguese), amla (708,female,47,no,portuguese), awwwww (675,female,38,never,english), blouser (723,female,33,no,english), bluh (654,Male,34,no,English), brist (703,female,20,I've wondered about it, never knew that it was a field of study until my professor mentioned your site,German until 3, then English became my dominant language, but I retain German fluency), crame (694,femaile,29,no,Russian), dinogt (626,m,18,no, but want to,eng), do (647,female,14,no,english), eewwe (627,female,26,yes,filipino), elv (short e) (697,female,27,no,American English), famsh (612,f,29,only cursorily,english), fert (611,female,20,at an introductory level,English), film (735,male,57,no,english, ukrainian/), flai (729,female,21,no,english), flell (666,f,29,n,english), flep (674,female,53,no,Engish), frish (684,female,487,no,English), futt (713,Female,42,no,turkish), fuuu (659,female,18,a little bit,romanian), fwell (649,male,22,no,english), gnish (614,male,23,no that I know of!,maderin/cantonese), hahm (639,virgin :-),14,nope,English), han (711,male,17,no,dutch), heaven (732,female,22,no,english), joore (606,female,27,no,tagalog), laave (691,female,32,no,dutch), lah (630,Female,54,No,English), lahl (-y) (622,M,22,I'm writing a paper on it for an english class, but this is my first studying of it (last couple days),English), lat (690,m,65,No,English), layl (641,Fair Oaks,50,no,english), lind (635,F,15,not really,English), loosh (705,male,26,no,english), mah (671,female,25,no,English), mal (662,Female,57,No,English), mawsh (682,female,46,nope,english), mmmm (638,Female,20,No,Dutch), mo (692,male,20,a bit,English), moll (700,,,,), moomin (702,female,age: ,No,English), mum (721,F,28,yes,English), mummed (628,female,48,no,english), o (698,female,15,no,romanian), oosh (607,m,35,no,english), peace (661,,,,), plair (717,female,50,no,English), praim (637,Male,32,No,English), pur (631,female,45,yes,English), purrs (731,Female,45,No.,English), quem (665,female,23,no,english), saa (714,F,33,No,English), sah (696,male,19,no,english), sahpah (734,female,26,no,english), sam (605,female,21,no,english), san (603,male,37,interested,English), scenity (718,female,25,no,english), scrawl (643,m,31,no,english), seh (618,female,27,very little,English), sistercia (608,Male,38,just beginning,English), smy (693,f,39,a tiny bit,English/Latvian _ parents Latvian, brought up in US), sofvern (657,male,23,no,english), sooo (660,female,30,no,english), spaaah (726,M,45,No,English), speese (648,female,21,yes,english), sris (681,female,20,English, German), ssssssss (677,female,27,yes,hindi), suh (613,F,51,No,English), swaa (686,,,,), swee (704,F,17,no,English), sweef (602,female,20,no, but im a linguistics major,english and spanish), talm (720,male,27,not formaly,English), teave (601,male,48,no,slovak), tis (623,female,45,no, though I enjoy etymology,English), treece (652,m,54,no,english), twis (695,male,38,Yes,English), uau (680,male,57,no,portuguese), uhm (609,,,,), uhm (640,m,30,y,eng), vawn (634,male,59,a little bit,English), ves (687,M,20,no,English), vispt (716,FEMALE,60,NO,ENGLISH), voom (673,male,43,no,English), wah (625,f,29,yes,russian), wee! (683,f,37,no,mexican/hawaiian), wha (730,Female,39,Yes,Englih), yif (712,female,13,no,polish), yihh (615,female,22,it's my diploma,Russian), zah (725,Male,22,no,English), zosh (656,male,41,no,english), äÝÍ (629,M,23,SOMEHOW,ARABIC)


Make up a one-syllable word meaning: jumping in a powdery snowbank

Feh (669,female,26,a little,English), Fluck (644,,,no,), Geck (604,Male,19,Not at all,Spanish), Hurf (722,male,26,nope,dutch), Maj (706,Male,age: ,teeg-yes,Atlantean/English), Nig (688,Male,44,No,English), Pingent (653,f,35,yes,English/Cantonese), Prooh (670,male,30,no,serbian - italian), Zeem (721,F,28,yes,English), Zoozle (672,male,47,some,Spanish), aa (597,,,,), agh (708,female,47,no,portuguese), blit (635,F,15,not really,English), brill (664,F,49,no,English), brish (606,female,27,no,tagalog), caw (687,M,20,no,English), chish (660,female,30,no,english), cir (676,female,31,no,Haitian-creole), cor (599,Female,17,Yes,English), crench (652,m,54,no,english), crin (695,male,38,Yes,English), crit (700,,,,), crunch (661,,,,), eh (610,female,64,no,Hungarian), ew (639,virgin :-),14,nope,English), eww (602,female,20,no, but im a linguistics major,english and spanish), f (698,female,15,no,romanian), fack (705,male,26,no,english), flouk (629,M,23,SOMEHOW,ARABIC), gla (626,m,18,no, but want to,eng), gross (622,M,22,I'm writing a paper on it for an english class, but this is my first studying of it (last couple days),English), gurh (696,male,19,no,english), hirt (713,Female,42,no,turkish), hmain (715,m,20,no,english), hmmm (659,female,18,a little bit,romanian), ink (605,female,21,no,english), ip (671,female,25,no,English), ishcth (673,male,43,no,English), jeg (607,m,35,no,english), kaep (641,Fair Oaks,50,no,english), kar (kahr) (697,female,27,no,American English), kish (714,F,33,No,English), klen (618,female,27,very little,English), kngrrarng (627,female,26,yes,filipino), krick (646,male,27,no,english), laddvee (657,male,23,no,english), mits (636,,,,), mmmmmmmm (677,female,27,yes,hindi), mott (733,Male,25,Not institutionally,English), om (692,male,20,a bit,English), ophe (704,F,17,no,English), peezl (691,female,32,no,dutch), peteal (702,female,age: ,No,English), pickl (601,male,48,no,slovak), plew (643,m,31,no,english), poar (649,male,22,no,english), poik (611,female,20,at an introductory level,English), prang (720,male,27,not formaly,English), pud (730,Female,39,Yes,Englih), punge (709,F,44,no,English), purrk (628,female,48,no,english), qvass (735,male,57,no,english, ukrainian/), rashat (723,female,33,no,english), rhance (686,,,,), rrr (680,male,57,no,portuguese), sceurs (658,male,20,no,english), scinty (718,female,25,no,english), shkiff (634,male,59,a little bit,English), shrnk (667,male,23,not really,american english), siph (725,Male,22,no,English), smay (630,Female,54,No,English), smid (637,Male,32,No,English), snard (734,female,26,no,english), snarf (650,f,33,no,english), snark (665,female,23,no,english), snich (694,femaile,29,no,Russian), snick (724,,,,), sour (732,female,22,no,english), sow (655,female,39,no,english), spik (674,female,53,no,Engish), spock (Ed) - failt (727,female male,43,no,no,english), sprick (623,female,45,no, though I enjoy etymology,English), stang (666,f,29,n,english), steench (648,female,21,yes,english), stinge (690,m,65,No,English), stooly (731,Female,45,No.,English), strik (609,,,,), stuli (729,female,21,no,english), sweet (675,female,38,never,english), tanctil (633,,,,), tang (647,female,14,no,english), tic (613,F,51,No,English), tik (624,female,34,a litle bit only,Spanish), titackle (608,Male,38,just beginning,English), tlee (684,female,487,no,English), tro (631,female,45,yes,English), tsssh (638,Female,20,No,Dutch), tun (711,male,17,no,dutch), turi (712,female,13,no,polish), tuwig (716,FEMALE,60,NO,ENGLISH), uhy (616,female,17,no,portuguese), vick (717,female,50,no,English), vickl (693,f,39,a tiny bit,English/Latvian _ parents Latvian, brought up in US), ving (603,male,37,interested,English), virg (662,Female,57,No,English), virt (703,female,20,I've wondered about it, never knew that it was a field of study until my professor mentioned your site,German until 3, then English became my dominant language, but I retain German fluency), vring (681,female,20,English, German), whooommmm (719,female,21,no,english), wower (726,M,45,No,English), yink (656,male,41,no,english), yoo (640,m,30,y,eng), yow (625,f,29,yes,russian), yumyum (683,f,37,no,mexican/hawaiian), zing (682,female,46,nope,english), zzinder (615,female,22,it's my diploma,Russian)


Make up a one-syllable word for: how your 4-year-old plays the piano

'pling' (711,male,17,no,dutch), Eenk (722,male,26,nope,dutch), Plenkity (654,Male,34,no,English), Plink (604,Male,19,Not at all,Spanish), Plonk (669,female,26,a little,English), Rab (658,male,20,no,english), SHUTTHEFUKUP (599,Female,17,Yes,English), Tah (644,,,no,), Tlong (670,male,30,no,serbian - italian), Tonkishly (653,f,35,yes,English/Cantonese), Ucks! (672,male,47,some,Spanish), Weenk (688,Male,44,No,English), Wei (706,Male,age: ,teeg-yes,Atlantean/English), ack (639,virgin :-),14,nope,English), bal (725,Male,22,no,English), bamm (662,Female,57,No,English), bing (625,f,29,yes,russian), binga-bongyi (659,female,18,a little bit,romanian), blang (733,Male,25,Not institutionally,English), bling (short i) (697,female,27,no,American English), bloid (709,F,44,no,English), blomp (718,female,25,no,english), blonk (634,male,59,a little bit,English), blunk (611,female,20,at an introductory level,English), blunking (726,M,45,No,English), bomp (641,Fair Oaks,50,no,english), bon (660,female,30,no,english), bong (692,male,20,a bit,English), buggs (657,male,23,no,english), chank (609,,,,), chiz (730,Female,39,Yes,Englih), chop (735,male,57,no,english, ukrainian/), clunk (624,female,34,a litle bit only,Spanish), coo (686,,,,), crash (613,F,51,No,English), crung (673,male,43,no,English), cyit (635,F,15,not really,English), dann (713,Female,42,no,turkish), dompled (637,Male,32,No,English), dong (675,female,38,never,english), drack (648,female,21,yes,english), draid (652,m,54,no,english), drang (622,M,22,I'm writing a paper on it for an english class, but this is my first studying of it (last couple days),English), eakl (693,f,39,a tiny bit,English/Latvian _ parents Latvian, brought up in US), forp (601,male,48,no,slovak), friz (623,female,45,no, though I enjoy etymology,English), gath (626,m,18,no, but want to,eng), glink (724,,,,), grom (705,male,26,no,english), iiiihhhhh (638,Female,20,No,Dutch), ing (627,female,26,yes,filipino), jais (636,,,,), jal (687,M,20,no,English), jang (695,male,38,Yes,English), k (698,female,15,no,romanian), kak (676,female,31,no,Haitian-creole), keent (643,m,31,no,english), klatterpin (608,Male,38,just beginning,English), knlop (712,female,13,no,polish), kraat (714,F,33,No,English), kronk (720,male,27,not formaly,English), ktung (603,male,37,interested,English), kug (607,m,35,no,english), lahb (671,female,25,no,English), lod (655,female,39,no,english), maan (615,female,22,it's my diploma,Russian), makt (704,F,17,no,English), muun (691,female,32,no,dutch), nadie (702,female,age: ,No,English), nep (674,female,53,no,Engish), nnnnnnnnnnn (677,female,27,yes,hindi), no (631,female,45,yes,English), ouk (700,,,,), peld (656,male,41,no,english), ping (680,male,57,no,portuguese), plak (696,male,19,no,english), plarnk (612,f,29,only cursorily,english), plem (708,female,47,no,portuguese), plin (618,female,27,very little,English), pook (731,Female,45,No.,English), prayle (606,female,27,no,tagalog), pund (721,F,28,yes,English), rrrrrrrrrrrrrrr (719,female,21,no,english), shee (640,m,30,y,eng), skee (681,female,20,I've stumbled into thinking about it once or twice, never systematically,hard to answer...I spoke German until three, then learned English which is my dominant language but I have retained fluency in german), slek (729,female,21,no,english), slille (665,female,23,no,english), sploing (682,female,46,nope,english), stop (732,female,22,no,english), streek (628,female,48,no,english), thrump (690,m,65,No,English), thunking (717,female,50,no,English), tipz (716,FEMALE,60,NO,ENGLISH), tlunk (684,female,487,no,English), toot (649,male,22,no,english), trank (605,female,21,no,english), troink (667,male,23,not really,american english), trond (694,femaile,29,no,Russian), tung (734,female,26,no,english), uah (616,female,17,no,portuguese), uch (630,Female,54,No,English), ushinda (723,female,33,no,english), vrout (666,f,29,n,english), wea (602,female,20,no, but im a linguistics major,english and spanish), wow (647,female,14,no,english), wow! (683,f,37,no,mexican/hawaiian), yak (610,female,64,no,Hungarian), zomp (650,f,33,no,english), Ñäã (629,M,23,SOMEHOW,ARABIC)


Make up a one-syllable word for: how your 4-year-old plays the violin

'tshee' (711,male,17,no,dutch), Eeky (654,Male,34,no,English), Hiy (706,Male,age: ,teeg-yes,Atlantean/English), Klutzch! (672,male,47,some,Spanish), Krink (644,,,no,), MEOW (599,Female,17,Yes,English), Nyc [N must be propounced like the N in ognion] (604,Male,19,Not at all,Spanish), Scraitchily (653,f,35,yes,English/Cantonese), Sgragg (598,Male,17,No,German\English), Skronk (669,female,26,a little,English), Slong (670,male,30,no,serbian - italian), Sree (722,male,26,nope,dutch), Wi (688,Male,44,No,English), Yom (658,male,20,no,english), ayit (712,female,13,no,polish), bad (732,female,22,no,english), bijl (641,Fair Oaks,50,no,english), boto (729,female,21,no,english), bratching (726,M,45,No,English), buh (610,female,64,no,Hungarian), chin (636,,,,), clunk (675,female,38,never,english), dreal (652,m,54,no,english), dream (683,f,37,no,mexican/hawaiian), ech (630,Female,54,No,English), eeb (671,female,25,no,English), eerk (612,f,29,only cursorily,english), eii (616,female,17,no,portuguese), few (708,female,47,no,portuguese), forv (601,male,48,no,slovak), gar (700,,,,), gey (713,Female,42,no,turkish), gleek (724,,,,), grik (681,female,20,English, German), hadie (702,female,age: ,No,English), hhhhfff (638,Female,20,No,Dutch), jeest (665,female,23,no,english), keight (635,F,15,not really,English), kos (long o) (697,female,27,no,American English), kra (687,M,20,no,English), krecht (666,f,29,n,english), kriess (703,female,20,I've wondered about it, never knew that it was a field of study until my professor mentioned your site,German until 3, then English became my dominant language, but I retain German fluency), kug (607,m,35,no,english), loap (731,Female,45,No.,English), neen (624,female,34,a litle bit only,Spanish), oh (631,female,45,yes,English), owwwwwwwwwwwwww (639,virgin :-),14,nope,English), plag (696,male,19,no,english), poliuyeb (657,male,23,no,english), rask (634,male,59,a little bit,English), reee (733,Male,25,Not institutionally,English), reeee (613,F,51,No,English), reenk (705,male,26,no,english), rek (692,male,20,a bit,English), rrrrieeeeee (719,female,21,no,english), rrrrrrrr (677,female,27,yes,hindi), sai (676,female,31,no,Haitian-creole), saw (643,m,31,no,english), scauferaping (608,Male,38,just beginning,English), schek (618,female,27,very little,English), schree (709,F,44,no,English), scoo (660,female,30,no,english), scree (622,M,22,I'm writing a paper on it for an english class, but this is my first studying of it (last couple days),English), screech (602,female,20,no, but im a linguistics major,english and spanish), screek (603,male,37,interested,English), screen (605,female,21,no,english), screet (623,female,45,no, though I enjoy etymology,English), seach (694,femaile,29,no,Russian), seer (691,female,32,no,dutch), sfad (626,m,18,no, but want to,eng), sherk (727,female male,43,no,no,english), shick (680,male,57,no,portuguese), skitwich (690,m,65,No,English), sklaah (684,female,487,no,English), skraaat (714,F,33,No,English), skrakked (637,Male,32,No,English), skree (693,f,39,a tiny bit,English/Latvian _ parents Latvian, brought up in US), skree (734,female,26,no,english), skreech (609,,,,), skreel (720,male,27,not formaly,English), skret (674,female,53,no,Engish), skt (662,Female,57,No,English), skurn (695,male,38,Yes,English), sqeek (735,male,57,no,english, ukrainian/), sqeet (686,,,,), squell (673,male,43,no,English), streep (628,female,48,no,english), stweeeeek (682,female,46,nope,english), sweeking (717,female,50,no,English), ting (627,female,26,yes,filipino), tratch (718,female,25,no,english), trinch (611,female,20,at an introductory level,English), vem (730,Female,39,Yes,Englih), viee (640,m,30,y,eng), vilf (615,female,22,it's my diploma,Russian), vrab (648,female,21,yes,english), vyeeah (667,male,23,not really,american english), weel (704,F,17,no,English), wow (647,female,14,no,english), y-ya-yiii (659,female,18,a little bit,romanian), yazeet (723,female,33,no,english), yik (655,female,39,no,english), yiz (625,f,29,yes,russian), yool (606,female,27,no,tagalog), zert (721,F,28,yes,English), zipt (716,FEMALE,60,NO,ENGLISH), zoot (649,male,22,no,english), zorch (656,male,41,no,english), zwing (725,Male,22,no,English), Çäã (629,M,23,SOMEHOW,ARABIC)


Make up a one-syllable word for: a person who keeps having unhappy love affairs

Ayy or I or mii (713,Female,42,no,turkish), Bluj (722,male,26,nope,dutch), Chad (620,Male,20,I am an MC. You should talk to some MCs, bro. Or at least me. Wordsound is alive and well.,English), Flump (653,f,35,yes,English/Cantonese), Fryck (672,male,47,some,Spanish), Jeb (622,M,22,I'm writing a paper on it for an english class, but this is my first studying of it (last couple days),English), Jone (644,,,no,), LOSER!! ok ok ummm darb (721,F,28,yes,English), Me. I mean um - Luft. (669,female,26,a little,English), Oldman (599,Female,17,Yes,English), Pon (688,Male,44,No,English), Sabolin (654,Male,34,no,English), Skrump (598,Male,17,No,German\English), Sleant (604,Male,19,Not at all,Spanish), Snod (658,male,20,no,english), Soode (670,male,30,no,serbian - italian), bla (686,,,,), bloomp (637,Male,32,No,English), bobbit (718,female,25,no,english), boo (624,female,34,a litle bit only,Spanish), brem (666,f,29,n,english), ccccccccc (677,female,27,yes,hindi), cring (643,m,31,no,english), cuas (636,,,,), dip (730,Female,39,Yes,Englih), dlake (729,female,21,no,english), don (704,F,17,no,English), doob (714,F,33,No,English), dooof (613,F,51,No,English), doooh (673,male,43,no,English), doop (602,female,20,no, but im a linguistics major,english and spanish), down (708,female,47,no,portuguese), drieg (628,female,48,no,english), drof (720,male,27,not formaly,English), droma (652,m,54,no,english), droob (682,female,46,nope,english), drope (693,f,39,a tiny bit,English/Latvian _ parents Latvian, brought up in US), dund (709,F,44,no,English), ey (616,female,17,no,portuguese), flas (695,male,38,Yes,English), floop (611,female,20,at an introductory level,English), flork (641,Fair Oaks,50,no,english), flug (609,,,,), foo (640,m,30,y,eng), frim (733,Male,25,Not institutionally,English), fromp (650,f,33,no,english), geesh (649,male,22,no,english), guilb (635,F,15,not really,English), gwine (717,female,50,no,English), huup (638,Female,20,No,Dutch), iam (662,Female,57,No,English), iko (639,virgin :-),14,nope,English), ka (692,male,20,a bit,English), kai (691,female,32,no,dutch), loderaster (608,Male,38,just beginning,English), lombed (734,female,26,no,english), lool (630,Female,54,No,English), lorn (623,female,45,no, though I enjoy etymology,English), loy (690,m,65,No,English), lunk (634,male,59,a little bit,English), lurmf (705,male,26,no,english), mastakist (702,female,age: ,No,English), me (605,female,21,no,english), me (631,female,45,yes,English), me (665,female,23,no,english), meliss (626,m,18,no, but want to,eng), monwk (716,FEMALE,60,NO,ENGLISH), morse (687,M,20,no,English), mox (618,female,27,very little,English), mush (603,male,37,interested,English), nart (660,female,30,no,english), nooch (674,female,53,no,Engish), nung (615,female,22,it's my diploma,Russian), nut (735,male,57,no,english, ukrainian/), ofe (625,f,29,yes,russian), ooof (659,female,18,a little bit,romanian), oops (719,female,21,no,english), oyee (712,female,13,no,polish), pong (694,femaile,29,no,Russian), pook (oo as in toot) (a word already exists - dumb) (697,female,27,no,American English), pord (648,female,21,yes,english), putz (614,male,23,no that I know of!,maderin/cantonese), quar (706,Male,age: ,teeg-yes,Atlantean/English), quaw (725,Male,22,no,English), queck (627,female,26,yes,filipino), rasta (723,female,33,no,english), rehoper (726,M,45,No,English), sad (647,female,14,no,english), sad (655,female,39,no,english), sad (675,female,38,never,english), screduous (657,male,23,no,english), shlump (667,male,23,not really,american english), sin (732,female,22,no,english), snoorve (684,female,487,no,English), soe (676,female,31,no,Haitian-creole), solh (696,male,19,no,english), strile (731,Female,45,No.,English), suh (610,female,64,no,Hungarian), tahd (671,female,25,no,English), tikda (681,female,20,English, German), tink (700,,,,), trous (703,female,20,I've wondered about it, never knew that it was a field of study until my professor mentioned your site,German until 3, then English became my dominant language, but I retain German fluency), unla (601,male,48,no,slovak), vnagm (606,female,27,no,tagalog), voin (656,male,41,no,english), wazz (607,m,35,no,english), weend (612,f,29,only cursorily,english), weep (683,f,37,no,mexican/hawaiian), y (698,female,15,no,romanian), ãÎÓ (629,M,23,SOMEHOW,ARABIC)



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