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Pareidolia: (n.) the instinct to seek familiar forms in disordered images like clouds or constellations; the perception of random stimulus as significant ~ Cloud watching.

Etymology  Logos is Greek for "word", lepsy is Greek, "to seize"  Noun  logolepsy (plural logolepsies)  (rare) A fascination or obsession with words.

Etymology: logos - Greek, "word" lepsy - Greek, "to seize" A fascination or obsession with words.

other-wordly:    pronunciation | (FLOK-si-now-sin-ih-HILL-ip-il-IF-i-CAY-shun)with thanks to | anonymous for pronunciation correctionsubmitted by |  Oh you’re mad again [cardigandoesthings] submit words | here

Pronounced floc·ci·nau·ci·ni·hil·i·pil·i·fi·ca·tion [flok-suh-naw-suh-nahy-hil-uh-pil-uh-fi-key-shuh n] —noun Rare.(encountered mainly as an example of one of the longest words in the English language).

titter   PRONUNCIATION: (TIT-uhr)   MEANING: verb intr.: To laugh in a nervous, restrained manner.  noun: A nervous, restrained laugh.    ETYMOLOGY: Of imitative origin. Earliest documented use: 1625.   USAGE: “Working from home as a self-employed proofreader was incredibly solitary -- zero banter with colleagues, no office politics to chunter about, and, on the rare occasion she found something to titter about in her reading matter -- like an extra ‘t’ added to the word ‘far’, there was…

titter PRONUNCIATION: (TIT-uhr) MEANING: verb intr.: To laugh in a nervous, restrained manner. noun: A nervous, restrained laugh. ETYMOLOGY: Of imitative origin. Earliest documented use: 1625. USAGE: “Working from home as a self-employed proofreader was incredibly solitary -- zero banter with colleagues, no office politics to chunter about, and, on the rare occasion she found something to titter about in her reading matter -- like an extra ‘t’ added to the word ‘far’, there was…

pronunciation |  \a-nOm-E-a\

anomia: (n.) the inability to recall the names of people of things. (a-nOm-E-a). I have a bad case of anomia. Sounds worse than it is.

Unusual travel words with beautiful meanings | Looking for some travel inspiration? Check out these beautiful words from different languages that sum up emotions in traveling perfectly

Unusual Travel Words with Beautiful Meanings

Unusual travel words with beautiful meanings Looking for some travel inspiration? Check out these beautiful words from different languages that sum up emotions in traveling perfectly

MY FAVOURITE WORD I've been looking for it my whole life and stumbled across it in The Raven Boys

MY FAVOURITE WORD I've been looking for it my whole life and stumbled across it in The Raven Boys. Lol Gansey and his vocabulary

What happens if you misuse the word catachresis... then it's a double catachresis!!!

What happens if you misuse the word catachresis. then it's a double catachresis!

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