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boof:

* a person who commits an extremely stupid crime (798,female,21,not yet,english)
* A KIND OF FRENCH BEEF OR HAMBURGER. (771,MALE,57,NO,ENGLISH)
* A dumb person (742,Male,21,No,English)
* A food item. Usually made of a starchy base. (800,fe,46,no,english)
* A person who has good intentions but always seems to screw things up. A sidekick who causes more trouble than he or she helps. But everyone likes him or her. (736,male,53,no,english)
* A sound like 'boom' and 'poof' put together. (748,Female,15,Not that I'm aware of,English)
* A spherical hair formation, typical larger than average, which tends to curve up modestly from ones forhead. (794,,,,)
* A young soccer fan (759,male,48,A bit,English)
* An adjective, describing the fall of an apple. (793,M,43,no,N)
* I don't think the word is in the dictionary because I've never seen it, but I know what it means. It's a sound, the sound that is sitting down quickly or falling backwards or hitting your head with your hand. (807,female,19,no,English)
* I think this is fairly common onomatopoetic slang for the sound punching somebody makes. 'And he was like, boof! boof!, all over him.' Also an exclamation, upon seeing a humiliating blow: 'Boof!' (741,Male,32,No,English (Amurkin))
* Someone who acts immaturely (760,female,29,no,american english)
* Someone who acts immaturely (766,female,29,no,american english)
* Sound made by toddler head-butting mother in stomach. Also, to boof (verb from same). (772,F,40,No,English)
* The hot air leaving the lips of most politicians and college professors. (787,male,41,no,American')
* The physical act of manipulating any type of clothing. IE: 'Just a second while I boof my socks.' (739,Male,29,No,English)
* The sound made by a heavy leather boot on the posterior of a sleeping, flatulent yellow lab that is hogging the living room sofa (751,female,38,no,English)
* This sounds like Dutch word 'boef' = a criminal (749,male,73,amateurish,Dutch)
* To plunk or pop someone on top of the head, usually in a clumsey manner (744,M,44,Just a little, mostly Jakobson's writings on the subject.,English)
* a booring canine (786,Male,61,No,English)
* a certain object which provokes astonishment (780,male,51,no,german)
* a foolish mistake (745,Female,29,no,English)
* a high hair do (797,,,,)
* a mistake (782,Female,20,No,Hmong)
* an erratic expansion with an abrupt conclusion -like a balloon suddenly inflating to capacity and stopping. (805,m,28,n,english)
* being hit by a soft object....sort of batman and robin stuff (789,,,,)
* big hair (747,female,30,no,english)
* blow to the head (792,male,36,no,English)
* boof, pronounced baf as in he boofed here, the act of boofing, also referes to a bears hoof (meaty part),also means (in England) one party of a boffing (770,male,56,no,english)
* disaster (774,female,14,no,english)
* expletive descriptive for a person who has through their own action placed themselves in a hopelessly untenable situation (801,male,53,no,English)
* fall flat on your face (753,,,,)
* goof of a buffoon (803,F,,no,English)
* kicking (752,female,53,yes,English)
* naturally kinky hair (783,female,29,no,Vietnamese)
* noun, error, mistake, as in bumping into something (761,f,36,no,english)
* noun, error, mistake, as in bumping into something (767,f,36,no,english)
* oaf (804,male,62,no,English)
* playing (764,female,29,no,english)
* sex, intercourse, a slang term for the sexual act (762,male,41,no,english)
* the sound 'dud' fireworks make. (806,female,13,no,english)
* the sound of a kicked dog (756,Male,28,No,English)
* the sound the cat makes jumping off the couch/ or sound son makes gently swatting at the cat (738,,,,)
* to be fooled (799,male,62,yes,English)
* to clean with a puffy cloth object like a pillow (750,guy,21,Who?,English)
* to hit someone on the back of the head (784,m,24,just enough to know what the term means,english)
* to hit, specifically on the head. (785,female,19,Nope,English)
* to hit.. a explosion.. trash.. (769,male,17,no,english)
* to make a mistake (763,female,38,no,english)
* to negate existing ideas so as to make room for new discussion (757,,,,)
* utter surprise; astonishment (754,fem,27,no,English)
* v. To thrust the pelvis forward. 'Do you see the way that dude is dancing? He's boofing all over the place!' (779,male,25,I took some Linguistics courses in college. Don't remember encountering this term though.,American English (New England))
* verb - (transitive) (1) to make a mistake such as stubbing one's toe or bumping into furniture resulting in a small bruise or cut (2) to do small damage to someone or something else. 'I boofed my elbow.' 'He boofed the table.' noun - (1) the result of such action (2) someone who does this frequently. 'Let me see your boof.' 'I need to refinish these boofs on the bookshelf.' 'He is such a boof.' (746,Male,38,No,English)
* verb to lightly hit on the head noun the sound made when lightly hitting on the head (765,female,41,no,english)
* verb, to explode or dissapear (758,female,46,yes,english)
* verb: to hit playfully (802,female,45,no,english)

 

deash:

* A TRIANGLE BOWL THAT U EAT OUT OF. (771,MALE,57,NO,ENGLISH)
* A baked Vegetable casserole containing a large assortment of red and yellow vegetables, such as red peppers, yellow bells, corn and tomatoes. The ancestral format is denied any greens at all but recent times have seen the addition of some green vegetables, this drives traditionalists crazy. (739,Male,29,No,English)
* A flaw in a large or long object that continues in a line of some sort. The wind caused a deash in the pool cover that ran right down the middle. The wind deashed it. (736,male,53,no,english)
* A kitchen and bath cleanser (760,female,29,no,american english)
* A kitchen and bath cleanser (766,female,29,no,american english)
* A slender slice of raw vegetable often served with hot or spicey foods. (794,,,,)
* A slow dash. (772,F,40,No,English)
* A supple, difficult-to-wear-out attachment to a collar (751,female,38,no,English)
* A very petulant girl. (793,M,43,no,N)
* An ancient Chinese delicacy consisting of albino leaches marinated in curdled ox blood and severed over a bedding of fermented cabbage. (787,male,41,no,American')
* Colorful scarf or decoration that is worn by the upperclass. (805,m,28,n,english)
* Rope. (748,Female,15,Not that I'm aware of,English)
* Shall we 'deash' it, leave it let it flus through. (749,male,73,amateurish,Dutch)
* Southern Texan for running to the finish line (798,female,21,not yet,english)
* Variant of 'dish', with the primary meaning of 'dish on someone', i.e. dish out punishment of a major sort. (744,M,44,Just a little, mostly Jakobson's writings on the subject.,English)
* a bit of salt and pepper (789,,,,)
* a black gritty substance found inside car tailpipes (750,guy,21,Who?,English)
* a dull leash (756,Male,28,No,English)
* a slang for dish (782,Female,20,No,Hmong)
* a way of preparing food. sort of pushing food around in a frying pan while it's cooking instead of stirring (745,Female,29,no,English)
* adjective: pleasing flavor; tasty (737,f,45,no,English)
* an edible dish, made of corn starch and flavouring (762,male,41,no,english)
* any condiment which imparts a burning sensation to the mouth (801,male,53,no,English)
* any home-cooked meal; meal that is not completely done cooking when served;has green beans (796,f,15,sure, why not,eng.)
* as in 'rip off' or 'unfair' can be noun or verb, like 'that's such a deash!' or 'they're deashing you.' (778,f,16,no,english (american))
* cleaning the crematorium (786,Male,61,No,English)
* courage to make a singular stand (757,,,,)
* deceaced (753,,,,)
* exclamation, to show surprize or annoyance (758,female,46,yes,english)
* lover (752,female,53,yes,English)
* noun: utensil used for cooking pheasant (802,female,45,no,english)
* ridiculous (754,fem,27,no,English)
* runs away with spewn [spoon] (804,male,62,no,English)
* some kind of food that goes with eggs but is fast in its preparation (799,male,62,yes,English)
* something ugly, disgusting (780,male,51,no,german)
* the sound Archie Bunker makes when starting to say something to Edith... then gets exasperated....but it has to be strung out to sound right (770,male,56,no,english)
* to chew thoroughly (788,,,,)
* to run (764,female,29,no,english)
* to run fast (747,female,30,no,english)
* to serve or give. (785,female,19,Nope,English)
* to walk quickly and rudely (783,female,29,no,Vietnamese)
* type of entree (797,,,,)
* unfortunate, unfair (784,m,24,just enough to know what the term means,english)
* unleash (803,F,,no,English)
* v. To leap over an obstacle on a bicycle. (known as a bunny-hop) (779,male,25,I took some Linguistics courses in college. Don't remember encountering this term though.,American English (New England))
* verb to walk a dog in the park 'Smokey and I went for a deash' (765,female,41,no,english)
* verb, scramble (761,f,36,no,english)
* verb, scramble (767,f,36,no,english)

 

scronk:

* (Verb) Wind. (Like a clock) (748,Female,15,Not that I'm aware of,English)
* A DEEP SEA MOLLUSK OF SHELL FISH. (771,MALE,57,NO,ENGLISH)
* A large door used to hold back something massive. They use them as giant plugs in dams and reservoirs. It's also a defensive move in wartime where you block the entire path of the oncoming army with something massive, such as pile of locomotives. 'If we don't scronk them, we're dead meat!' (736,male,53,no,english)
* A plumbing fixture (751,female,38,no,English)
* A really really really small amount of something (742,Male,21,No,English)
* A tool used to clean metal fittings. (800,fe,46,no,english)
* A very petulant boy. But then it seems to be a definition too much influenced by the deash. (793,M,43,no,N)
* Fermented cabage...of course! (787,male,41,no,American')
* I don't want it scronk, too tight for good (749,male,73,amateurish,Dutch)
* Loose stones on the bed of a mountain lake or stream (759,male,48,A bit,English)
* Slang meaning to call someone on the telephone. IE: 'I Gave Dave a scronk but there was no answer' (739,Male,29,No,English)
* The noise made by someone sniffing too efficiently. (772,F,40,No,English)
* The sound pickles make when you rub them together (760,female,29,no,american english)
* The sound pickles make when you rub them together (766,female,29,no,american english)
* The sound you hear when two vehicles collide. (791,,,,)
* To complain or moan and groan for a long period. 'Quit yer scronkin!' (744,M,44,Just a little, mostly Jakobson's writings on the subject.,English)
* To scrape. A verb. Not in the dictionary as far as I know. (807,female,19,no,English)
* To screw something in noisily. 'The pipe was rusted, so I had to scronk it in there.' Maybe also implies a difficult fit. Also an adjective to describe a fixture or connection that requires force and is somewhat clumsy: 'It was a really scronky faucet.' (741,Male,32,No,English (Amurkin))
* Verb characterizing the collision of an enormous, jagged object, with a less hard, but equally big, metallic surface. (794,,,,)
* When you carefully pull something, such as a band-aid from the arm. (806,female,13,no,english)
* a broken horn (756,Male,28,No,English)
* a facial expression used when smelling extremely soiled things (783,female,29,no,Vietnamese)
* a piece of material, tied up ..hair, food, whatever (789,,,,)
* a small furry animal (792,male,36,no,English)
* a sound you make when you have a cold (799,male,62,yes,English)
* a type of horn. (785,female,19,Nope,English)
* demand acceptance within a forming community (757,,,,)
* derogatory term, meaning one of low intellect, (762,male,41,no,english)
* hit (776,male,14,no,english)
* hit somebody on head (764,female,29,no,english)
* like 'bonk' (763,female,38,no,english)
* nickname for a big bully (798,female,21,not yet,english)
* noun, milky food-like substance resembling porridge (761,f,36,no,english)
* noun, milky food-like substance resembling porridge (767,f,36,no,english)
* person laziness/ apathy causes trouble for those around him (745,Female,29,no,English)
* scratch an itch at the base of the neck; make a low guttural sound indicating [minor] discomfort (804,male,62,no,English)
* short person of the lower classes in medieval England (805,m,28,n,english)
* some sort of futuristic tool or product.. specifically mind control. (769,male,17,no,english)
* someone really queer (780,male,51,no,german)
* something yucky (797,,,,)
* sound of horns honking and wheels screeching just before an automotive collision (801,male,53,no,English)
* stupid person (752,female,53,yes,English)
* term of abuse, derived from scotum. (740,female,22,No,English)
* the act of bonking someones scrotum (770,male,56,no,english)
* the monk obsessed with arranging the scrolls (786,Male,61,No,English)
* the sound a sick seabird makes. Or any other sick animal that talks with its nose. (750,guy,21,Who?,English)
* to ackwardly squat (as if when reaching for a slipper under one's bed) (754,fem,27,no,English)
* to squish (782,Female,20,No,Hmong)
* to twist (784,m,24,just enough to know what the term means,english)
* turning motion (verb) as in I scronked the wheel over hard (738,,,,)
* v. To shirk one's duty. (779,male,25,I took some Linguistics courses in college. Don't remember encountering this term though.,American English (New England))
* verb - to emit a sound that is somewhere between a screech and a honk. noun - the sound emitted (746,Male,38,No,English)
* verb to twist the nose (765,female,41,no,english)
* verb, to disasemble or destroy (758,female,46,yes,english)
* verb: to screw up your nose when you discern a bad odour (802,female,45,no,english)

 

hilk:

* (Not sure, but it sounds like it would describe pro wrestlers) (750,guy,21,Who?,English)
* A FORM OF SOUR MILK. (771,MALE,57,NO,ENGLISH)
* A Wheeled contrivance used to move large stone blocks for construction purposes, the ancient Babylonians used it in the construction of the hanging gardens, this useful machine is in use still today. (739,Male,29,No,English)
* A medieval weapon (760,female,29,no,american english)
* A medieval weapon (766,female,29,no,american english)
* Belt. (748,Female,15,Not that I'm aware of,English)
* Human fat. (793,M,43,no,N)
* Shortening of hillock denoting a very small hill (jst a bump really) (740,female,22,No,English)
* Sounds like someone hiking up a skirt while hiccuping. (772,F,40,No,English)
* The sound made by a hillbilly or an unschooled country person as a prelude to laughter (744,M,44,Just a little, mostly Jakobson's writings on the subject.,English)
* The violent gastric rejection of 'deash'. (787,male,41,no,American')
* There is no verb form for hilk. It's the swagger that a rich dude has -- a swagger that's backed up by either lots of money or lots of power. His hilk alone caused people's heads to turn. (736,male,53,no,english)
* To bilk someone in a friendly way. To perpetuate a con in the guise of friendship. 'I thought he was my pal, but he hilked me out of a thousand bucks.' (741,Male,32,No,English (Amurkin))
* To walk up a hill at a fast spead. 'To hilk.' (800,fe,46,no,english)
* a certain sort of a pillow (780,male,51,no,german)
* a dairy cow on a hill (789,,,,)
* an australian aborigine dance using fried eggs (788,,,,)
* cross between hamburger and milk (798,female,21,not yet,english)
* demand loyalty (757,,,,)
* hard task (752,female,53,yes,English)
* it tickles me hilk (749,male,73,amateurish,Dutch)
* jump (764,female,29,no,english)
* milk on a hill (756,Male,28,No,English)
* not quite a hill, but not quite a mountain (754,fem,27,no,English)
* noun a somewhat rigid satin embroidered sash (765,female,41,no,english)
* noun, small hairlike protruberances (758,female,46,yes,english)
* noun: a small hill (802,female,45,no,english)
* part of a machine that fences one edge of a piece of wood to hold it steady while the other end is milled (805,m,28,n,english)
* pilfering (797,,,,)
* someone who skulks on a hill (792,male,36,no,English)
* sour milk (slang) (785,female,19,Nope,English)
* stone walls found along the roadside in hilly Irish geography (751,female,38,no,English)
* the acme of the mountain adjacent to any sand castle (786,Male,61,No,English)
* the most intensely heated portion of an argument. (794,,,,)
* the threshhold of commision of a sin or crime (801,male,53,no,English)
* to hike up a hill (770,male,56,no,english)
* to lift or to steal (803,F,,no,English)
* to scurry up an incline, slope or hill (783,female,29,no,Vietnamese)
* to the top of (738,,,,)
* to traverse up a scree slope (804,male,62,no,English)
* v. To walk with an exaggerated bow-legged gait, with stiff knees. (779,male,25,I took some Linguistics courses in college. Don't remember encountering this term though.,American English (New England))
* vegetable greens, detritus (784,m,24,just enough to know what the term means,english)
* verb: to raise a piece of clothing so that it drapes across the body (737,f,45,no,English)
* when someone steals your money (799,male,62,yes,English)

 

tolp:

* A PURPLE FLOWER (771,MALE,57,NO,ENGLISH)
* A lolloping gait. (772,F,40,No,English)
* A rhetorical ruse, e.g. 'His characterization of the Palestinians as terrorists was merely a tolp to avoid an in-depth look at the legitimacy of Zionism and of Israel as a state, given the racial nature of the state itself. (744,M,44,Just a little, mostly Jakobson's writings on the subject.,English)
* A volcanic rock (759,male,48,A bit,English)
* An unsuccessful attempt following what seemed like great plans. All of the education became a tolp when he failed to pass the medical school exam. He tolped out. (736,male,53,no,english)
* Fairy cavern (760,female,29,no,american english)
* Fairy cavern (766,female,29,no,american english)
* Hill or mountain top. (748,Female,15,Not that I'm aware of,English)
* If I am a bit groggy I might mispronounce 'tulp' (Dutch for tulip) (749,male,73,amateurish,Dutch)
* Plot. (793,M,43,no,N)
* Powdered Drink Mix, any kind, any flavor. tolp refers to the powdered format rather than the type of drink it eventually reconstitutes. (739,Male,29,No,English)
* The mixture of hemlock sap and rice whiskey traditionally used to kill the leaches that cling to the stomach lining, ['hilk' only clears the 'scronk']. (787,male,41,no,American')
* To defeat all of your opponents (742,Male,21,No,English)
* a construction made of wood (780,male,51,no,german)
* a growth on the forehead (792,male,36,no,English)
* a movement toward harmony,by communicating ones similarities (757,,,,)
* a rounded tip (784,m,24,just enough to know what the term means,english)
* a tall dallop of whipped cream (789,,,,)
* a tall person (756,Male,28,No,English)
* a type of salve used on bald men (798,female,21,not yet,english)
* a variety of dentifrice (751,female,38,no,English)
* adj. Morbidly obese. (779,male,25,I took some Linguistics courses in college. Don't remember encountering this term though.,American English (New England))
* extremely thick, tasty meat of the fruit of the tree of Forbidden Fruit (786,Male,61,No,English)
* growing agent (752,female,53,yes,English)
* measurement description of a topping which is neither sprinkled or spread. (794,,,,)
* noun a mound of dirt in a garden, especially a flower garden (765,female,41,no,english)
* noun, a small rise or sore (758,female,46,yes,english)
* noun: a type of textured paper (802,female,45,no,english)
* pronounced with the o as in 'bolt', this is used to say 'very contentedly', especially when the activity bein described is not usually enjoyable, for instance, 'It was tolp cleaning the dishes last night, with Frank Sinatra in the background and nobody else in the house.' (778,f,16,no,english (american))
* round and large (750,guy,21,Who?,English)
* some sort of ancient clothes like a toga.. (769,male,17,no,english)
* summit of a hilk. (740,female,22,No,English)
* the combination of whipped cream and cinnamon (754,fem,27,no,English)
* the sound that is made when jello hits the ground (799,male,62,yes,English)
* the top part of the umbrella, the umbrella minus the handle. (805,m,28,n,english)
* to eat something (797,,,,)
* to embark on a journey of service and charity (801,male,53,no,English)
* to extract or collect toll (803,F,,no,English)
* to pay the toll (770,male,56,no,english)
* to speak slowly and carefully (783,female,29,no,Vietnamese)
* to top off (764,female,29,no,english)
* to unravel a confusing concept such that it becomes comfortable and comprehensible (804,male,62,no,English)

 

glave:

* a fruit (799,male,62,yes,English)
* (not in the dictionary I don't think) Glave is an verb meaning to be captivated by. (807,female,19,no,English)
* (see Alice in Wonderland) (738,,,,)
* A TYPE OF ROCK. (771,MALE,57,NO,ENGLISH)
* A geographic term that describes the cove that is heavily forested with deciduous trees (751,female,38,no,English)
* A glave is something between a glade and a copse. (772,F,40,No,English)
* A glove fetichist. (793,M,43,no,N)
* A small chamber in the side of a cliff (742,Male,21,No,English)
* A supportive look to someone who needs reassurance. In the middle of his speech his mother gave him a glave from the back of the room. (736,male,53,no,english)
* An adj. meaning exhaustive, tireing. IE: 'I really enjoy Jogging but it really Glaves me out.' (739,Male,29,No,English)
* An ice cream scooper (760,female,29,no,american english)
* An ice cream scooper (766,female,29,no,american english)
* Crevice, ravine. (748,Female,15,Not that I'm aware of,English)
* Medieval term meaning the grass surface on which tournaments were held (759,male,48,A bit,English)
* One's cold, clammy, dark-eyed, sweat soaked, feverish appearance the morning after a traditional 'deash' 'tolp' banquet. (787,male,41,no,American')
* Sounds very John Lennon-ish , as 'In My Own Write' (773,Female,64,No,English)
* The only thing I get is 'glaive,' a Medieval polearm weapon (750,guy,21,Who?,English)
* The top of the stomach. When you are full, you sometimes feel the food overflow past the glave. (806,female,13,no,english)
* To talk in Jerry Lews style nonsense speech. 'They were getting wacky and glaving, so I left the room.' (741,Male,32,No,English (Amurkin))
* To wax elequent on how good or wonderful a certain thing or person or situation is. 'He glaved ceaselessly on about the highpoints of his vacation in Europe.' (744,M,44,Just a little, mostly Jakobson's writings on the subject.,English)
* a gay slave (770,male,56,no,english)
* a glad slave (789,,,,)
* a glove made on the avenue (756,Male,28,No,English)
* a knife.. (769,male,17,no,english)
* a navel piecing (783,female,29,no,Vietnamese)
* a type of scythe-like weapon (798,female,21,not yet,english)
* an overaged word of the middle ages: something to protect a weapon (780,male,51,no,german)
* cool (752,female,53,yes,English)
* giving somebody a round of applause - e.g. 'we gave him a glave'. (740,female,22,No,English)
* glave it sure I glave (believe) (749,male,73,amateurish,Dutch)
* glove worn by slaves (786,Male,61,No,English)
* n. A particulary nasty looking knive. (779,male,25,I took some Linguistics courses in college. Don't remember encountering this term though.,American English (New England))
* noun a lush forest glen - light green (765,female,41,no,english)
* praise for no reason but the purely humane (757,,,,)
* slick underground texture of sedimentary rocks. (794,,,,)
* the essence that characterizes a ball; e.g., the glave of that ball is that its use is for baseball; e.g., the glave of that ball is that it is made of snow and is fun to throw (804,male,62,no,English)
* the reflection of a glass-smooth lake on a windless day (805,m,28,n,english)
* to climb (797,,,,)
* to cut something very precisely (792,male,36,no,English)
* to guild or otherwise coat architectural details (801,male,53,no,English)
* to hug with an ulterior motive, usually accompanied by a smile (754,fem,27,no,English)
* to look at something (764,female,29,no,english)
* to slide across the surface of (784,m,24,just enough to know what the term means,english)
* to smoothen (782,Female,20,No,Hmong)
* to speak in a superficial manner. small talk (745,Female,29,no,English)
* to stare or glowering behavior (803,F,,no,English)
* verb to give, begrudgingly (761,f,36,no,english)
* verb to give, begrudgingly (767,f,36,no,english)
* verb, to cut or score (758,female,46,yes,english)
* verb: to cut precisely (737,f,45,no,English)
* verb: to wave with a gloved hand (802,female,45,no,english)

 

jith:

* A GREEN COLORED DRESS ROMANIAN WOMEN WEAR. (771,MALE,57,NO,ENGLISH)
* A Jewish atheist. (793,M,43,no,N)
* A mythical creature, presumably out of Lovecraft. (772,F,40,No,English)
* A no win situation. Between a rock and a hard place -- but doomed to be squeezed to death. When the student saw his mother talking with the principal, he knew it was a jith. (736,male,53,no,english)
* A relationship is said to be jith when it not desired by either party but is maintained for some practical benefit realized by each. (804,male,62,no,English)
* A sharp bamboo spike inserted just under the left ear to bleed out the residual hemlock sap from drinking 'tolp'. Leaches are of no use here. (787,male,41,no,American')
* A small boat for two people that has sandwiches on it. If it doesn't have the sandwiches, it's a jath. (741,Male,32,No,English (Amurkin))
* Day dream (792,male,36,no,English)
* It is jith (it is yours now) (749,male,73,amateurish,Dutch)
* Magical person. (748,Female,15,Not that I'm aware of,English)
* TEstament, honor. 'He felt his work to be a jith to those who had come before him in this field.' (744,M,44,Just a little, mostly Jakobson's writings on the subject.,English)
* The inside of an exotic fruit from the rainforests of Asia (751,female,38,no,English)
* To throw a blunt spear (760,female,29,no,american english)
* To throw a blunt spear (766,female,29,no,american english)
* When you squish jell-o through your teeth. (806,female,13,no,english)
* a clearing in the woods or a gathering of people in a clearing in the woods (805,m,28,n,english)
* a foul tasting drink (770,male,56,no,english)
* a joke that no one thought funny (799,male,62,yes,English)
* a secret between close confidants (754,fem,27,no,English)
* a small, easily-concealed knife for fighting in closed spaces; 'thumb-knife' (750,guy,21,Who?,English)
* a verb meaning to travel past, IE: 'Two ships jith in the night' (739,Male,29,No,English)
* an unlikely situation (798,female,21,not yet,english)
* another knife (769,male,17,no,english)
* anxious, nervous (784,m,24,just enough to know what the term means,english)
* funny (764,female,29,no,english)
* just fourth but almost fith (789,,,,)
* meaning (747,female,30,no,english)
* n. A shed for storing garden tools. (779,male,25,I took some Linguistics courses in college. Don't remember encountering this term though.,American English (New England))
* new (752,female,53,yes,English)
* noun a condom (765,female,41,no,english)
* noun small amount of time (761,f,36,no,english)
* noun small amount of time (767,f,36,no,english)
* noun, a part of a boat (758,female,46,yes,english)
* quick, in a hurry (797,,,,)
* some disgusting fluid (780,male,51,no,german)
* spitting sound with no saliva (738,,,,)
* the accumilation of oil and dust underneath modern deisel engines. (794,,,,)
* to cheat (783,female,29,no,Vietnamese)
* to declare the necessity of total commitment to peace (757,,,,)
* to form a sibling-like bond with a person that is not a blood relative (801,male,53,no,English)
* to perform quickly as in a jiffy (803,F,,no,English)
* to tease just one person at a time, on the day before a holiday, when teasing is not allowed (786,Male,61,No,English)
* verb: one of the movements in a jig (802,female,45,no,english)
* with junction (756,Male,28,No,English)

 

zatch:

* A PATCH FOR ZIPPERS. (771,MALE,57,NO,ENGLISH)
* A Tank used for the storage of valuable but volatile liquid materials, the tank is reinforced and contains redundant leak controls. (739,Male,29,No,English)
* An electronic latch that zaps you if you put the wrong key in it. Also, the sounds getting zapped by such a device makes, and the act of being zapped. 'I went to use the zatch, and --zatch!--I got zatched.' (741,Male,32,No,English (Amurkin))
* An onomatic word, meaning: to open an umbrella. (793,M,43,no,N)
* Connect. Solve. (748,Female,15,Not that I'm aware of,English)
* I've seen that before... James Thurber. Some book. The Thirteenth Clock? The Wonderful O? Anyway, the bad guy threatens to 'slit' people 'from your guggle to your zatch.' Only seems to be one meaning, really. (750,guy,21,Who?,English)
* That is zatch (enough now) (749,male,73,amateurish,Dutch)
* The burn mark caused by a static electricity burn. (736,male,53,no,english)
* The crotch area of underwear (760,female,29,no,american english)
* The crotch area of underwear (766,female,29,no,american english)
* The feeling you get when you scronk a band-aid. Kind of raw; sunburn-like. (806,female,13,no,english)
* The material used to line the coffins of those brave 'deash' eaters, having employed too much 'boof' when dealing with the natives. (787,male,41,no,American')
* To jump in quickly in order to take advantage of an opportunity. 'Upon hearing of his co-worker's retirement plans, he zatched in to fortify his position as his colleague's natural successor.' (744,M,44,Just a little, mostly Jakobson's writings on the subject.,English)
* Vulgar americanism (759,male,48,A bit,English)
* What you call the reweaving of thread when you darn a sock (751,female,38,no,English)
* a hidden treasure, esp. a place of entertainment (783,female,29,no,Vietnamese)
* a little of something.. (769,male,17,no,english)
* a new type of bag (799,male,62,yes,English)
* a tiny furry animal with beady eyes and no claws (798,female,21,not yet,english)
* a type of purse used for parifenalia (I can't spell) (785,female,19,Nope,English)
* a word imitating the sound of an unusual means of transport (780,male,51,no,german)
* a zipped watch (756,Male,28,No,English)
* acquire with a zap quicker than snatch (803,F,,no,English)
* catching someone running by fast (789,,,,)
* closure (752,female,53,yes,English)
* cover (764,female,29,no,english)
* fearlessness as to the pain caused by change (757,,,,)
* jagged stripes (784,m,24,just enough to know what the term means,english)
* large bucket for carrying semi liquid things (738,,,,)
* lazy American for snatch. (772,F,40,No,English)
* n. A small backpack, similar to a 'fanny-pack'. (779,male,25,I took some Linguistics courses in college. Don't remember encountering this term though.,American English (New England))
* noun swatch of velvet (761,f,36,no,english)
* noun swatch of velvet (767,f,36,no,english)
* playground game (740,female,22,No,English)
* put together (782,Female,20,No,Hmong)
* smeared bubble gum stain. (794,,,,)
* speed (774,female,14,no,english)
* the sensation caused when you clip your fingernails too close, and you get a bit of skin instead (754,fem,27,no,English)
* to be seduced by an incredibly attractive person you never imagined had any interest in you (786,Male,61,No,English)
* to coat with layers placed diagonally to each other (801,male,53,no,English)
* to join to things together (792,male,36,no,English)
* to lick twelve times (788,,,,)
* to rummage (797,,,,)
* to take (776,male,14,no,english)
* to weave a thatch roof in a pattern (770,male,56,no,english)
* two women having coffee on Mars (765,female,41,no,english)
* unit of measurement - when you cup your hands together, you can hold about Zatch worth of berries or stones. (805,m,28,n,english)
* verb - to insert a bit of something, possibly without permission. 'I'll just zatch this paragraph between these other two.' Opposite of snarf. See http://www.science.uva.nl/~mes/jargon/s/snarf.html (746,Male,38,No,English)
* verb, to grab up violently (758,female,46,yes,english)
* verb: to snatch gently (802,female,45,no,english)
* zatch - even briefer than 'cool' - means same thing - far zatch = way cool (804,male,62,no,English)


INVENT A WORD FOR THESE PICTURES:

'hilk' (787,male,41,no,American'), Blobule (748,Female,15,Not that I'm aware of,English), Google (800,fe,46,no,english), Peritills (736,male,53,no,english), Ptargin (739,Male,29,No,English), SPLACH (771,MALE,57,NO,ENGLISH), aquoil (783,female,29,no,Vietnamese), ballominuous (758,female,46,yes,english), barbarelloblobic (746,Male,38,No,English), blabes (780,male,51,no,german), bloctched (753,,,,), blomble (802,female,45,no,english), blonk (807,female,19,no,English), boblables (799,male,62,yes,English), boog (797,,,,), bowalder (742,Male,21,No,English), bubbles (764,female,29,no,english), bubbles (776,male,14,no,english), bupples (774,female,14,no,english), cells (743,,,,), cloidl (770,male,56,no,english), colorful (777,,,,), cyphrins (789,,,,), dilps (737,f,45,no,English), doddie (747,female,30,no,english), dots (768,Male,32,No,Malayalam), extrocircusci (782,Female,20,No,Hmong), flynes (759,male,48,A bit,English), forb (785,female,19,Nope,English), glarb paste (786,Male,61,No,English), gloop (790,female,16,kind of,english), glouw (765,female,41,no,english), inklet (803,F,,no,English), kali (769,male,17,no,english), kazam (775,male,14,no,English), lkiu (781,,,,), longloy (755,female,25,,), lumoise (752,female,53,yes,English), lunk (793,M,43,no,N), morcrical spots (751,female,38,no,English), oop (756,Male,28,No,English), orna (749,male,73,amateurish,Dutch), ploidtlect (801,male,53,no,English), pobba (784,m,24,just enough to know what the term means,english), pootlets (772,F,40,No,English), potchy (805,m,28,n,english), pungle (794,,,,), pusilous (738,,,,), smatter (798,female,21,not yet,english), spingle (741,Male,32,No,English (Amurkin)), splotts (773,Female,64,No,English), splotty (754,fem,27,no,English), spoolishia (760,female,29,no,american english), spoolishia (766,female,29,no,american english), stippid (750,guy,21,Who?,English), strobbles (740,female,22,No,English), talols (744,M,44,Just a little, mostly Jakobson's writings on the subject.,English), uaunidox (779,male,25,no, American English (New England)), worlds (762,male,41,no,english), ziong (792,male,36,no,English)
'tolp' (787,male,41,no,American'), Fluvulent (805,m,28,n,english), Insaciance (736,male,53,no,english), Metlin (748,Female,15,Not that I'm aware of,English), Obsidiousness (793,M,43,no,N), ROEX (771,MALE,57,NO,ENGLISH), Sqood (806,female,13,no,english), Whevlor (739,Male,29,No,English), alaceerie (783,female,29,no,Vietnamese), alorum (778,f,16,no,english (american)), biosmear (799,male,62,yes,English), blash (780,male,51,no,german), blester (794,,,,), blood (743,,,,), blubbimate (741,Male,32,No,English (Amurkin)), blurred (768,Male,32,No,Malayalam), bubu (749,male,73,amateurish,Dutch), busy (777,,,,), diloozone (773,Female,64,No,English), dirf (785,female,19,Nope,English), earth mother (762,male,41,no,english), ectasy (776,male,14,no,english), enscrouched (758,female,46,yes,english), entrentment (738,,,,), errrg (790,female,16,kind of,english), faccl (770,male,56,no,english), factortion (740,female,22,No,English), faera (769,male,17,no,english), flowzers (774,female,14,no,english), gage (742,Male,21,No,English), genure (750,guy,21,Who?,English), gerble (807,female,19,no,English), gleg (784,m,24,just enough to know what the term means,english), glosufract (801,male,53,no,English), iiki (781,,,,), inissue (803,F,,no,English), internoutic (746,Male,38,No,English), lanctile (772,F,40,No,English), melbid (792,male,36,no,English), moodle (775,male,14,no,English), murks (744,M,44,Just a little, mostly Jakobson's writings on the subject.,English), orifage (804,male,62,no,English), pilkinity (779,male,25,no,American English (New England)), radishness (754,fem,27,no,English), reclining visage (786,Male,61,No,English), roses (764,female,29,no,english), rotundakin (760,female,29,no,american english), ruem (755,female,25,,), scroony (737,f,45,no,English), sleath (747,female,30,no,english), smeesh (765,female,41,no,english), squidgling (802,female,45,no,english), sqwange (789,,,,), tash (800,fe,46,no,english), tuber (753,,,,), vevoik (752,female,53,yes,English), visquid (782,Female,20,No,Hmong), wavillism (798,female,21,not yet,english), werlickles (751,female,38,no,English), wha-chish (797,,,,), wurky (756,Male,28,No,English)

creamfroths (751,female,38,no,English), 'Zatch' (787,male,41,no,American'), Flontames (736,male,53,no,english), Footh (806,female,13,no,english), GRAKS (771,MALE,57,NO,ENGLISH), Riplosh (748,Female,15,Not that I'm aware of,English), Rotary blue (793,M,43,no,N), Shliptang (739,Male,29,No,English), chath (Hebrew soft ch) (750,guy,21,Who?,English), corrustation (759,male,48,A bit,English), curvellen (758,female,46,yes,english), drock (803,F,,no,English), dunes (762,male,41,no,english), dunes (768,Male,32,No,Malayalam), effazzio (779,male,25,no,American English (New England)), entwinge (782,Female,20,No,Hmong), flingading (775,male,14,no,English), frab (785,female,19,Nope,English), frostyswirl (786,Male,61,No,English), fwan (741,Male,32,No,English (Amurkin)), gets (753,,,,), glebe (738,,,,), gray scale (764,female,29,no,english), griplles (770,male,56,no,english), grovate (772,F,40,No,English), jorp (798,female,21,not yet,english), nothing (777,,,,), rabs (765,female,41,no,english), reabble (747,female,30,no,english), rimky (755,female,25,,), sand (776,male,14,no,english), siltracaline (789,,,,), sivi (749,male,73,amateurish,Dutch), sleen (800,fe,46,no,english), sleetchy (737,f,45,no,English), slume (794,,,,), smidger (802,female,45,no,english), smoooth (790,female,16,kind of,english), snurbs (780,male,51,no,german), strails (773,Female,64,No,English), stratile (801,male,53,no,English), swanal (783,female,29,no,Vietnamese), swathons (744,M,44,Just a little, mostly Jakobson's writings on the subject.,English), sweesh (807,female,19,no,English), tidal ribs (804,male,62,no,English), urbid (792,male,36,no,English), veristated (805,m,28,n,english), vinaera (769,male,17,no,english), vrunch (756,Male,28,No,English), wapers (774,female,14,no,english), washa (784,m,24,just enough to know what the term means,english), weanock (760,female,29,no,american english), weepet (797,,,,), wegol (752,female,53,yes,English), wind (743,,,,), zenod (754,fem,27,no,English), zowl (742,Male,21,No,English)

Janght (739,Male,29,No,English), PURPLEX (771,MALE,57,NO,ENGLISH), Remumbrance (793,M,43,no,N), Transcrantions (736,male,53,no,english), arc wisper (804,male,62,no,English), baizi (784,m,24,just enough to know what the term means,english), famp (783,female,29,no,Vietnamese), filamentia (786,Male,61,No,English), flimmeries (744,M,44,Just a little, mostly Jakobson's writings on the subject.,English), foom (756,Male,28,No,English), fungi (781,,,,), gloline (802,female,45,no,english), hinguine (779,male,25,no,American English (New England)), krist (807,female,19,no,English), lictric (754,fem,27,no,English), life (777,,,,), linnex patterns (751,female,38,no,English), liwisp (789,,,,), looms (780,male,51,no,german), mook (749,male,73,amateurish,Dutch), netment (738,,,,), nice (743,,,,), oceanize (752,female,53,yes,English), phazhe (769,male,17,no,english), pratch (803,F,,no,English), purple scale (764,female,29,no,english), rainsleeew (765,female,41,no,english), rang (755,female,25,,), rewritables (799,male,62,yes,English), rplnr (770,male,56,no,english), saturn (762,male,41,no,english), scintle (794,,,,), scithie (747,female,30,no,english), shala (797,,,,), shmurp (798,female,21,not yet,english), skatcher (748,Female,15,Not that I'm aware of,English), slatchwork (741,Male,32,No,English (Amurkin)), spectracular (782,Female,20,No,Hmong), spicticious (760,female,29,no,american english), spleffect (773,Female,64,No,English), sprinkler (776,male,14,no,english), squarion (737,f,45,no,English), strindle lines (740,female,22,No,English), strinems (774,female,14,no,english), strionic (801,male,53,no,English), sween (778,f,16,no,english (american)), swift (790,female,16,kind of,english), tagan (800,fe,46,no,english), tongle (792,male,36,no,English), vesperal (772,F,40,No,English), vlooze (742,Male,21,No,English), web (768,Male,32,No,Malayalam), whillispy (758,female,46,yes,english), whsst (750,guy,21,Who?,English), wisspent (805,m,28,n,english), wurple (775,male,14,no,English)

splouds (773,Female,64,No,English), 'boof' (787,male,41,no,American'), Flossler (739,Male,29,No,English), Fumacious (736,male,53,no,english), PUFFEX (771,MALE,57,NO,ENGLISH), Tillic (793,M,43,no,N), airalf (792,male,36,no,English), alcloud (770,male,56,no,english), aquamorphic (746,Male,38,No,English), bloos (797,,,,), bluffle (789,,,,), bluouble (748,Female,15,Not that I'm aware of,English), booffies (744,M,44,Just a little, mostly Jakobson's writings on the subject.,English), cauldrous (801,male,53,no,English), cawls (780,male,51,no,german), cloud (768,Male,32,No,Malayalam), clouds (743,,,,), cloudup (802,female,45,no,english), cloudy (764,female,29,no,english), cluffy (774,female,14,no,english), clumba (784,m,24,just enough to know what the term means,english), erupurbems (751,female,38,no,English), exploud (783,female,29,no,Vietnamese), flasteam (799,male,62,yes,English), floam (803,F,,no,English), flockletsy (737,f,45,no,English), flof (754,fem,27,no,English), fluffodome (804,male,62,no,English), fluffy (790,female,16,kind of,english), foim (750,guy,21,Who?,English), foo foo (747,female,30,no,english), frezzaine (794,,,,), frostinicence (738,,,,), fubiyu (755,female,25,,), fukozz (798,female,21,not yet,english), gongy (775,male,14,no,English), ippi (749,male,73,amateurish,Dutch), kala (769,male,17,no,english), kofe (742,Male,21,No,English), marvatollic (760,female,29,no,american english), monsk (807,female,19,no,English), nuff (741,Male,32,No,English (Amurkin)), poof (765,female,41,no,english), poof-fluff (786,Male,61,No,English), power (762,male,41,no,english), saryinz (752,female,53,yes,English), sharba (756,Male,28,No,English), snofforous (779,male,25,no,American English (New England)), snow (776,male,14,no,english), soft (777,,,,), sofumus (758,female,46,yes,english), toffly (805,m,28,n,english), trans-opaque (806,female,13,no,english), woollet (772,F,40,No,English)


(Actually, it's a mushroom)

'deash' (787,male,41,no,American'), Clancorns (736,male,53,no,english), FRESTAS (771,MALE,57,NO,ENGLISH), Griptig (739,Male,29,No,English), Snaize (793,M,43,no,N), auckey (774,female,14,no,english), blurg (778,f,16,no,english (american)), brain (764,female,29,no,english), brain (776,male,14,no,english), brains (743,,,,), brainybread (803,F,,no,English), braklera (760,female,29,no,american english), burna (800,fe,46,no,english), celflo (770,male,56,no,english), cerebtex (773,Female,64,No,English), chingaming (775,male,14,no,English), coral (768,Male,32,No,Malayalam), corally (806,female,13,no,english), covexed (758,female,46,yes,english), craneal (783,female,29,no,Vietnamese), cranial dicavitization (751,female,38,no,English), fandle (759,male,48,A bit,English), gach (791,,,,), gaggo (789,,,,), glebwa (794,,,,), gleck (798,female,21,not yet,english), gloop (807,female,19,no,English), gringlepated (805,m,28,n,english), grua (749,male,73,amateurish,Dutch), gushy (777,,,,), gwadles (744,M,44,Just a little, mostly Jakobson's writings on the subject.,English), labridoferous (779,male,25,no,American English (New England)), magslime (772,F,40,No,English), mentalactiae (786,Male,61,No,English), myconoodlia (804,male,62,no,English), peranaea (769,male,17,no,english), plang (756,Male,28,No,English), pomcran (748,Female,15,Not that I'm aware of,English), quish (797,,,,), rons (765,female,41,no,english), scrooneristic (737,f,45,no,English), sick (790,female,16,kind of,english), skloog (742,Male,21,No,English), slupck (747,female,30,no,english), spetzels (780,male,51,no,german), spoing (792,male,36,no,English), squilled (754,fem,27,no,English), tecklebreck (784,m,24,just enough to know what the term means,english), thinking (762,male,41,no,english), vegbrain (799,male,62,yes,English), webment (738,,,,), wembly (750,guy,21,Who?,English), wormpile (802,female,45,no,english), wurmestintial (801,male,53,no,English), yoop (755,female,25,,), yuupa (752,female,53,yes,English), zirgle (741,Male,32,No,English (Amurkin))

Canada (804,male,62,no,English), Cleuristics (793,M,43,no,N), Klanstor (739,Male,29,No,English), Rumbluo. (748,Female,15,Not that I'm aware of,English), STOMEX (771,MALE,57,NO,ENGLISH), braks (744,M,44,Just a little, mostly Jakobson's writings on the subject.,English), broknily stones (751,female,38,no,English), brugs (754,fem,27,no,English), calming (790,female,16,kind of,english), changubza (756,Male,28,No,English), chiik sans (765,female,41,no,english), chingles (741,Male,32,No,English (Amurkin)), clanty (794,,,,), cleark (742,Male,21,No,English), cricks (780,male,51,no,german), darge (807,female,19,no,English), droople (798,female,21,not yet,english), estai (749,male,73,amateurish,Dutch), fraps (805,m,28,n,english), glumpie (747,female,30,no,english), gnarbled (750,guy,21,Who?,English), gooby (774,female,14,no,english), gravailings (736,male,53,no,english), groker (752,female,53,yes,English), hard (777,,,,), history (762,male,41,no,english), inthe (770,male,56,no,english), leviterus (760,female,29,no,american english), mackle (784,m,24,just enough to know what the term means,english), opert (738,,,,), pebbed (803,F,,no,English), pebbelacea (786,Male,61,No,English), pebblets (772,F,40,No,English), pebblums (773,Female,64,No,English), petroferatious (801,male,53,no,English), rables (783,female,29,no,Vietnamese), rackle (792,male,36,no,English), rarack (797,,,,), rock (775,male,14,no,English), rocky (764,female,29,no,english), rogugated (758,female,46,yes,english), rokatahi (769,male,17,no,english), rook (755,female,25,,), rumtilde (779,male,25,no,American English (New England)), scruntch (802,female,45,no,english), serenock (789,,,,), shorock (799,male,62,yes,English), stomes (768,Male,32,No,Malayalam), stones (743,,,,), stones (776,male,14,no,english), yots (737,f,45,no,English)

faint Baroqia (786,Male,61,No,English), Helli (793,M,43,no,N), Liftong (739,Male,29,No,English), Mozart's K423 (787,male,41,no,American'), Scritch. (748,Female,15,Not that I'm aware of,English), TEXTUALS (771,MALE,57,NO,ENGLISH), aera (769,male,17,no,english), archasm (783,female,29,no,Vietnamese), atch (750,guy,21,Who?,English), bapel (797,,,,), bkejer (747,female,30,no,english), blee (779,male,25,no,American English (New England)), bleruzzad (789,,,,), blurry (768,Male,32,No,Malayalam), cheschess (805,m,28,n,english), chuzbrij (784,m,24,just enough to know what the term means,english), coblurry (798,female,21,not yet,english), coliarpific (760,female,29,no,american english), crayed (741,Male,32,No,English (Amurkin)), cytext (803,F,,no,English), dang (749,male,73,amateurish,Dutch), farbunky (774,female,14,no,english), faten (802,female,45,no,english), fiffinated (736,male,53,no,english), fluxifilious (801,male,53,no,English), foons (744,M,44,Just a little, mostly Jakobson's writings on the subject.,English), frizzle (807,female,19,no,English), jesus (762,male,41,no,english), losfo (770,male,56,no,english), mildwood (773,Female,64,No,English), mitzika (754,fem,27,no,English), musnote (799,male,62,yes,English), ovre (765,female,41,no,english), plain (777,,,,), ruen (755,female,25,,), scooth (794,,,,), scratches (776,male,14,no,english), scrawt (772,F,40,No,English), scroovyra (756,Male,28,No,English), seisnotic (746,Male,38,No,English), shivvies (780,male,51,no,german), sklapp (742,Male,21,No,English), slate (764,female,29,no,english), smullened (758,female,46,yes,english), spectral shift (804,male,62,no,English), spreabbed (792,male,36,no,English), tipt (752,female,53,yes,English), trustmom (775,male,14,no,English), veilingness (738,,,,), water (743,,,,), weaferian (737,f,45,no,English), wervly (751,female,38,no,English), wierd (790,female,16,kind of,english)


INVENT A WORD FOR

the smell of a cut wood:

Noo (793,M,43,no,N), Plas (739,Male,29,No,English), Rume (736,male,53,no,english), WOOFU (771,MALE,57,NO,ENGLISH), ahm (789,,,,), amber (764,female,29,no,english), barklning (751,female,38,no,English), blust (786,Male,61,No,English), chant (783,female,29,no,Vietnamese), clinse (737,f,45,no,English), cutwd (752,female,53,yes,English), flate (745,Female,29,no,English), freen (738,,,,), fresh (743,,,,), froud (770,male,56,no,english), glinmai (755,female,25,,), gom (794,,,,), hah (784,m,24,just enough to know what the term means,english), hum (768,Male,32,No,Malayalam), mart (772,F,40,No,English), merm (798,female,21,not yet,english), mish (807,female,19,no,English), mmmmhhh (748,Female,15,Not that I'm aware of,English), moith (806,female,13,no,english), nape (795,female,15,no,english), newn (802,female,45,no,english), niff (773,Female,64,No,English), nundge (744,M,44,Just a little, mostly Jakobson's writings on the subject.,English), nurf (749,male,73,amateurish,Dutch), oehth (750,guy,21,Who?,English), pine (776,male,14,no,english), pine (797,,,,), rawd (804,male,62,no,English), rum (779,male,25,no,American English (New England)), sedg (758,female,46,yes,english), sen (754,fem,27,no,English), shess (805,m,28,n,english), shkreedz (801,male,53,no,English), smeesh (765,female,41,no,english), smoder (759,male,48,A bit,English), snit (800,fe,46,no,english), snoff (742,Male,21,No,English), snorf (785,female,19,Nope,English), swiff (762,male,41,no,english), swill (782,Female,20,No,Hmong), swoomp (760,female,29,no,american english), tan (769,male,17,no,english), tyu (788,,,,), ved (756,Male,28,No,English), vermice (741,Male,32,No,English (Amurkin)), warz (792,male,36,no,English), wom (799,male,62,yes,English), woo (780,male,51,no,german), yummy (790,female,16,kind of,english), zee (778,f,16,no,english (american))

greasy hair:

Hoil (793,M,43,no,N), SLUPIO (771,MALE,57,NO,ENGLISH), Schlat (736,male,53,no,english), Tssssiah! (801,male,53,no,English), biel (739,Male,29,No,English), deege (802,female,45,no,english), dirt (743,,,,), feez (754,fem,27,no,English), fo (789,,,,), geesh (784,m,24,just enough to know what the term means,english), gheck (773,Female,64,No,English), giar (799,male,62,yes,English), glair (780,male,51,no,german), glaw (765,female,41,no,english), gloon (806,female,13,no,english), glunkly (790,female,16,kind of,english), grair (759,male,48,A bit,English), grease (776,male,14,no,english), grick (770,male,56,no,english), grin (792,male,36,no,English), grsyhr (752,female,53,yes,English), grunk (785,female,19,Nope,English), lipd (760,female,29,no,american english), looilo (748,Female,15,Not that I'm aware of,English), min (769,male,17,no,english), mub (738,,,,), nelf (783,female,29,no,Vietnamese), oilypelo (764,female,29,no,english), plap (755,female,25,,), plitz (779,male,25,no,American English (New England)), schkt (750,guy,21,Who?,English), screel (737,f,45,no,English), slang (797,,,,), slarp (786,Male,61,No,English), sleen (741,Male,32,No,English (Amurkin)), slezz (798,female,21,not yet,english), sli (749,male,73,amateurish,Dutch), slitch (758,female,46,yes,english), slizz (744,M,44,Just a little, mostly Jakobson's writings on the subject.,English), slume (772,F,40,No,English), snall (742,Male,21,No,English), swillnest (751,female,38,no,English), swolb (804,male,62,no,English), tij (794,,,,), unchy (782,Female,20,No,Hmong), urmm (762,male,41,no,english), weem (805,m,28,n,english), wiln (807,female,19,no,English)

to walk through fallen leaves:

ICHII (771,MALE,57,NO,ENGLISH), Swrill (736,male,53,no,english), Trush (793,M,43,no,N), cass (794,,,,), christlebond (751,female,38,no,English), chrust (748,Female,15,Not that I'm aware of,English), clouch (742,Male,21,No,English), crisk (770,male,56,no,english), crite (745,Female,29,no,English), crunch (764,female,29,no,english), crunch (776,male,14,no,english), dush (741,Male,32,No,English (Amurkin)), flimp (755,female,25,,), footh (806,female,13,no,english), free (743,,,,), froll (773,Female,64,No,English), fust (740,female,22,No,English), fwish (744,M,44,Just a little, mostly Jakobson's writings on the subject.,English), incandesoar (782,Female,20,No,Hmong), jound (760,female,29,no,american english), jound (766,female,29,no,american english), juh (788,,,,), kesh (779,male,25,no,American English (New England)), krkrkrippp (801,male,53,no,English), lall (754,fem,27,no,English), leaftrip (752,female,53,yes,English), leag (799,male,62,yes,English), leait (783,female,29,no,Vietnamese), loof (797,,,,), luvly (790,female,16,kind of,english), may (789,,,,), molk (802,female,45,no,english), mosk (784,m,24,just enough to know what the term means,english), plumz (739,Male,29,No,English), scrunch (804,male,62,no,English), scullty (738,,,,), shaf (749,male,73,amateurish,Dutch), shoof (750,guy,21,Who?,English), shrash (780,male,51,no,german), shum (772,F,40,No,English), shwaung (805,m,28,n,english), slaw (765,female,41,no,english), slup (762,male,41,no,english), snoob (756,Male,28,No,English), spesh (769,male,17,no,english), sporge (785,female,19,Nope,English), stant (737,f,45,no,English), swere (800,fe,46,no,english), swueesh (786,Male,61,No,English), trok (758,female,46,yes,english), wadge (759,male,48,A bit,English), weesh (807,female,19,no,English), woll (798,female,21,not yet,english), zwis (792,male,36,no,English)

nausea:

Foomph (793,M,43,no,N), Urpness (751,female,38,no,English), YUCKU (771,MALE,57,NO,ENGLISH), aoooch (755,female,25,,), blaf (745,Female,29,no,English), blage (741,Male,32,No,English (Amurkin)), blick (guttural ck sound!) (765,female,41,no,english), bloss (805,m,28,n,english), blug (754,fem,27,no,English), brack (760,female,29,no,american english), bu rh (749,male,73,amateurish,Dutch), eugh (773,Female,64,No,English), ew (789,,,,), feelt (802,female,45,no,english), foon (794,,,,), froog (779,male,25,no,American English (New England)), gak (772,F,40,No,English), gloop (806,female,13,no,english), glub (807,female,19,no,English), gooz (744,M,44,Just a little, mostly Jakobson's writings on the subject.,English), gulps (780,male,51,no,german), gutch (758,female,46,yes,english), huuauuh! (801,male,53,no,English), hva (756,Male,28,No,English), ich (804,male,62,no,English), ik (792,male,36,no,English), kak (769,male,17,no,english), ooogh (748,Female,15,Not that I'm aware of,English), proosh (736,male,53,no,english), puell (786,Male,61,No,English), querp (739,Male,29,No,English), rack (798,female,21,not yet,english), rurl (783,female,29,no,Vietnamese), sick (743,,,,), sick (776,male,14,no,english), spirk (785,female,19,Nope,English), swaum (770,male,56,no,english), uchh (762,male,41,no,english), urud (750,guy,21,Who?,English), uug (799,male,62,yes,English), vomit (764,female,29,no,english), voo (742,Male,21,No,English), whar (737,f,45,no,English), wobbly (790,female,16,kind of,english), yoohaof (752,female,53,yes,English), yorn (784,m,24,just enough to know what the term means,english), yuck (797,,,,), yuf (738,,,,), yup (740,female,22,No,English)

precision:

MUNIFO (771,MALE,57,NO,ENGLISH), Ned (793,M,43,no,N), blic (801,male,53,no,English), clant (760,female,29,no,american english), clant (766,female,29,no,american english), crof (785,female,19,Nope,English), det (772,F,40,No,English), drack (804,male,62,no,English), essa (749,male,73,amateurish,Dutch), et (750,guy,21,Who?,English), exact (776,male,14,no,english), grat (798,female,21,not yet,english), jux (773,Female,64,No,English), knife (764,female,29,no,english), kut (769,male,17,no,english), ky (780,male,51,no,german), lept (739,Male,29,No,English), man (755,female,25,,), neat (743,,,,), nee (754,fem,27,no,English), neep (742,Male,21,No,English), plipt (736,male,53,no,english), poine (738,,,,), qin (762,male,41,no,english), riet (802,female,45,no,english), rik (740,female,22,No,English), seet (807,female,19,no,English), sfot (748,Female,15,Not that I'm aware of,English), sharp (797,,,,), shuss (806,female,13,no,english), sik (784,m,24,just enough to know what the term means,english), swlingst (751,female,38,no,English), tearn (758,female,46,yes,english), teek (744,M,44,Just a little, mostly Jakobson's writings on the subject.,English), tick (765,female,41,no,english), tiv (737,f,45,no,English), tix (794,,,,), tnmnt (752,female,53,yes,English), toint (778,f,16,no,english (american)), tyne (805,m,28,n,english), vone (741,Male,32,No,English (Amurkin)), woll (799,male,62,yes,English), xis (783,female,29,no,Vietnamese), zact (770,male,56,no,english), zact (779,male,25,no,American English (New England)), zak (789,,,,), zeme (786,Male,61,No,English), zibe (792,male,36,no,English)

a cheap, dysfunctional color inkjet printer:

-%*&!@ (804,male,62,no,English), Dys (793,M,43,no,N), Espt (739,Male,29,No,English), JUNK (771,MALE,57,NO,ENGLISH), Plunt (736,male,53,no,english), bah (789,,,,), broke (743,,,,), cag (779,male,25,no,American English (New England)), chazz (784,m,24,just enough to know what the term means,english), chink (778,f,16,no,english (american)), crap (790,female,16,kind of,english), crat (744,M,44,Just a little, mostly Jakobson's writings on the subject.,English), drack (807,female,19,no,English), drusk (768,Male,32,No,Malayalam), durn (806,female,13,no,english), fudgt (748,Female,15,Not that I'm aware of,English), gank (785,female,19,Nope,English), grincher (782,Female,20,No,Hmong), gropt (786,Male,61,No,English), gurd (805,m,28,n,english), inkjetng (752,female,53,yes,English), jert (802,female,45,no,english), jink (770,male,56,no,english), jit (783,female,29,no,Vietnamese), kar (769,male,17,no,english), kip (794,,,,), klook (754,fem,27,no,English), krit (765,female,41,no,english), lurt (772,F,40,No,English), mac (797,,,,), nink (799,male,62,yes,English), nutch (758,female,46,yes,english), oip (788,,,,), oof (738,,,,), plechk (801,male,53,no,English), ples (750,guy,21,Who?,English), poj (740,female,22,No,English), prink (780,male,51,no,german), prta (749,male,73,amateurish,Dutch), rimb (760,female,29,no,american english), sawa (755,female,25,,), shtoop (798,female,21,not yet,english), sminge (773,Female,64,No,English), spink (795,female,15,no,english), spodge (759,male,48,A bit,English), sporblat (751,female,38,no,English), sprock (737,f,45,no,English), tunk (800,fe,46,no,english), uest (762,male,41,no,english), vank (741,Male,32,No,English (Amurkin)), whaa (756,Male,28,No,English), whore (776,male,14,no,english), yok (792,male,36,no,English), zena (764,female,29,no,english)

rainwater trickling down your back:

Bulch (793,M,43,no,N), LUJOKU (771,MALE,57,NO,ENGLISH), awk (780,male,51,no,german), blowe (742,Male,21,No,English), boyt (739,Male,29,No,English), cick (783,female,29,no,Vietnamese), cold (776,male,14,no,english), coz (798,female,21,not yet,english), deal (792,male,36,no,English), dreet (738,,,,), ee (789,,,,), erll (762,male,41,no,english), ewshnert (751,female,38,no,English), feeng (805,m,28,n,english), fine (797,,,,), forkly (741,Male,32,No,English (Amurkin)), fromn (770,male,56,no,english), frshwtrdwn (752,female,53,yes,English), glirsh (736,male,53,no,english), gloss (784,m,24,just enough to know what the term means,english), jakajy (755,female,25,,), jitt (749,male,73,amateurish,Dutch), kan (769,male,17,no,english), lurz (744,M,44,Just a little, mostly Jakobson's writings on the subject.,English), mil (750,guy,21,Who?,English), mils (806,female,13,no,english), oooooh (748,Female,15,Not that I'm aware of,English), plink (772,F,40,No,English), queag (786,Male,61,No,English), quem (794,,,,), rhom (737,f,45,no,English), rilv (760,female,29,no,american english), romatica (782,Female,20,No,Hmong), slaw (754,fem,27,no,English), sleet (764,female,29,no,english), slik (802,female,45,no,english), snee (779,male,25,no,American English (New England)), swarmth (759,male,48,A bit,English), swave (785,female,19,Nope,English), tark (807,female,19,no,English), triv (773,Female,64,No,English), tsseeeng (801,male,53,no,English), turnon (790,female,16,kind of,english), uuk (799,male,62,yes,English), velt (758,female,46,yes,english), vut (804,male,62,no,English), wet (743,,,,)

a sports car:

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the feeling of a stubbed toe:

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