What are some interesting words?
Let’s see which of these craziest words you already know and which ones are new to you:
- Bumfuzzle. This is a simple term that refers to being confused, perplexed, or flustered or to cause confusion.
What is the most beautiful word in the English dictionary?
The Top 10 Most Beautiful English Words
- 1 Sequoia (n.) (A 7 letter word that has the letter Q and all 5 vowels) A redwood tree, especially the California redwood.
- 2 Euphoria (n.)
- 3 Pluviophile (n.)
- 4 Clinomania (n.)
- 5 Idyllic (adj.)
- 6 Aurora (n.)
- 7 Solitude (n.)
- 8 Supine (adj.)
What are the most interesting English words?
Here are the fifteen most unusual words you can find in the English language.
- Serendipity. This word appears in numerous lists of untranslatable words and is a mystery mostly for non native speakers of English.
Which word has the most meanings in the Dictionary?
The word with the most meanings in English is the verb ‘set’, with 430 senses listed in the Second Edition of the Oxford English Dictionary , published in 1989. The word commands the longest entry in the dictionary at 60,000 words, or 326,000 characters.
Which are English Dictionary has the most words?
Over the years, the English language has adopted words from other languages, and this has made it an international language. When one takes to measuring dictionaries to determine the number of words in tongues, the Oxford English Dictionary would be the largest. The Oxford English Dictionary defines 615,100 words.
What is the longest word in the dictonary?
The longest word in any of the major English language dictionaries is pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, a word that refers to a lung disease contracted from the inhalation of very fine silica particles, specifically from a volcano; medically, it is the same as silicosis.
Are all words interesting?
15 Interesting Words That Could Change the Way You Think Logophile I am assuming that as you are reading this article, you may be something of a logophile or ‘lover of words’. Quixotic This interesting word is derived from the lead character in Don Quixote written by Miguel de Cervantes. Liminal Liminal means on the edge of things or between things.