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No. 868290

Post words that you like - it could be because of the meaning, the way it sounds, the way the letters look together, the cultural significance, anything! They don't have to be in English btw

No. 868295

popote

No. 868300

Cartridge. I can't even write it without looking it up nor pronounce it. It has gained my respect for being a worthy opponent for an ESL.

No. 868317

I can only think of words I hate like succulent

No. 868320

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Schadenfreude
Schwarzwald
German is a fun language.

No. 868341

significant
delirious
lavender
i just like the way they sound in an american accent

No. 868345

Rendezvous

No. 868384

>>868290
Örveltää

No. 868392

Chutzpe
I generally love all the funny yiddish words

No. 868459

Serendipitous. But only the adjective, I don't like the noun kek. Serendipity sounds like it could be the name of a Mary Sue protagonist of a generic fantasy novel or some shit

No. 868478

>>868459
esl and nta, i only found out about this word from a BTS song kek

No. 868818

organic
opalescent
catastrophic
galipette
somersault
remorse
etch
kit
fought
mine
genesis

No. 868846

doink

No. 868855

I actually collect these in my phone notes
usually when I'm stoned
>Tabard
I like the juxtaposition between the short a and the long ard
>ballerino
should be used more - and what else would the male equivalent to a ballerina be?
>rutabaga
something exotic and percussive about it
>ostensibly
comes off very sassy when used in academic texts
>"crotch fruit"
because I don't like kids
>bucolic
at first it doesn't seem like a nice word (2 hard 'c's and reminiscent of colon, colic, and puke) but it actually fits nicely in the mouth with a variety of vowels
>"get the scare of it"
heard recently, think it's a localism. It's where you develop a fear of something (like, if you have a near miss in the car and get too scared to drive, you've got the scare of it)

No. 868856

dookie

No. 868883

I always loved the word gossamer. Slush is a good one too, but only because of wocky slush

No. 868884

Ding dong
Dingus
Bingus
Henlo

No. 868885

>>868855
I never understood “crotch fruit” as an insult or anything similar because aren’t you “crotch fruit” too?

No. 868891

RAZZMATAZZ

No. 868895

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No. 868898

This might be the most autistic thread on lolcow

No. 868899

>>868295
papalote

No. 868900

I like my name but I'm not posting it

No. 868906

>>868885
It’s in the context. Like, I’m someone’s child but I’m not a child.

No. 868907

idiota
>>868900
you could have just posted it without saying it’s your name idiota

No. 868913

Oblivious/oblivion

No. 868914

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Chucklefuck is my favorite person descriptor

No. 868935

LUGUBRIOUS/LUGUBRIOSITY

No. 868947

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Sacapuntas

No. 868971

parsimonious

No. 868972

roccocco

No. 869016

Was watching a BBC period drama set in Edwardian times recently. The upper class twit characters would say words like "how simply horriblino". Made me laugh.

No. 869018

noctivagant
sanguine
medieval
apricus

No. 869020

Portentous

No. 869022

>Aperture
>Fuck
>Immortal

No. 869024

Anemia
Visceral
>>869018
I like sanguine too

No. 869046

Adage
Enigma
Clandestine
Heinous
Anachronism
Chiroptera
Ataraxy

No. 869072

AKIMBO!!!!!

No. 869075

Nos da.
I'm not even anywhere related to Wales, but I really love their language and this word in particular just sounds comforting to me. On the other note I unironically like saying bruh just because you could use it in any context if you don't care to come off as an obnoxious immature bitch lol

No. 869083

>>868914
loool good one

No. 869084

>>868891
sassafras

No. 869106

Voyage voyage

No. 869110

Zarzaparrilla, zarzamora, estrepitoso, retrasado, subnormal, sublime, aesthetic, très, kawaii, sheep, scrumptious, kore, sugoi, chueco, mocho, catire, pendejo, pajuo, donc, Karia it’s amharic so I don’t know how to spell it xiexie, qiqi, xiansheng.
I have more, I just like some sounds a lot.

No. 869116

This isn’t that I like the meaning of these words just the word itself:
Alchemise
Verboten
Evergreen
Karat
Silver
Lustre
Rascal
Flora
Inflorescence
Solstice
Pom Pom
Cherub
Betrothed
Misogynoir
Glacial
Autumnal
Prima

Words I hate:
Ooze
Haemoglobin
Slop
Chunk
Globule
Scab
Clot
Congeal
Puss
Gelatinous
Wad
Gush
Clump
Curd

No. 869117

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>>868898
It's the best type of autism.
>>868855
>ballerino
This is really funny to me for some reason. BALLERINO.

Reminds me of when farmers call other anonita and stuff like this. Love it.

No. 869463

>>868895
Acting like a real dingus dongus anon

No. 869468

Neighborino

No. 869471

Also troon
Obviously I shouldn’t get used to saying it out loud, but I think it’s a fun word. Like goon, or cartoon.

No. 869473

>>869468
Hi diddly ho

No. 869485

>>869016
Edwardian slang is hilarious. Reminds me of the language Wodehouse used in his stories.
My favorite from that era is "bally". It just sounds bally stupid.

No. 871855

NINCOMPOOP

No. 871894

Conglomerate, love the way it feels in my mouth when I say it.

No. 871923

Abundance
Plethora
Construction
Peculiar
Lethargic
Ethereal - I think it's the prettiest word in the entirety of the English language

>>871894
Ooh same, it feels like a melting chocolate cake

No. 872063

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>>871923
>ethereal
this, also pic related

No. 872298

Pheasant

No. 873224

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No. 873479

emulsion
elude
enigma
gregarious
lucid
nevertheless
malicious
muffled
audacious

No. 873494

-corrode
-anthrax
-filth
For my own language
-purnukka

No. 873530

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>>873494
they says Sherrif's given' out 'wards tuh erryone helpin' out the bounty hunt fer those there black men. says he give ya $100 purnukka.

No. 873560

>>873530
fuck i lost it

No. 873611

Moot

No. 873624

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-Doleful
-Dollop
-Crop-duster
-Doo-Wop

No. 873642

Tattletale

No. 873657

>>873530
Took a while there, anon

No. 873788

The Spanish word for louse "piojo" sounds really nice. Any hispanohablante anons know if it's really ever used as an insult?

No. 873819

>>873788
No pero se escucha bonito. "Eres un piojo!"

No. 873827

>>873788
Related I like cockroach as an insult. They're disgusting and the word itself sounds disgusting and if I'm calling you that, it's because you're disgusting.

When I was in the sixth grade, there was this kid that nobody really liked, but didn't really bully either. One time he annoyed me and it just randomly came into my head to say "shut up you cockroach" and I could tell it really hurt his feelings because at twelve you might be prepared to be called gay or faggot or something, but who could have seen cockroach coming?

No. 873856

>>873530
I hate you for making me laugh as hard as I did at this

No. 873883

>>868883
>>873880
Gossamer gang grows greater.

No. 873885

I use to read the dictionary as a hobby and I had a bunch of favorite niche words. I can't remember any of them now except athanasia

No. 873979


No. 873982

>>868898
>appreciating language is autistic

No. 873985

ADIDAS

No. 873989

words i like that i never have a reason to use:
deliquescence, obloquy, mellifluous, metanoia, consillience, stupa, sialoquent, desuetude, moiety, syzygy

No. 914622

Mesothelioma
Devastating but fun to say.

No. 914631

My favorite word ever is the spanish word for "puppeteer", "titiritero". It just sounds… snazzy.

No. 914637

>>914631
Hahahaaaa I love the way it sounds!!

No. 914962

delicatessen
puce
sacagawea
putrid
ponce de leon
dote goat

No. 914968

Nom de plume
Sarsaparilla
Superfluous
Connecticut

No. 915021

ciasteczka

No. 915095

I love the Indonesian word for library: perpustakaan. It sounds like “purr-poos-tah-kah-an. It’s very fun to say especially when you roll your tongue.

No. 915165

siuśki

No. 915200

wet
pussy

No. 915977

I love the Irish word leathbhádóir! It literally translates to "the person who rows half the boat", like a shipmate, but it also means a best friend. I think that's very sweet.

No. 916025

>>915977
I have learnt and then forgotten all of the Irish language. Maybe 5 words remain.

Slainte

No. 916047

I love the names of places that were in the news recently, I love the way they sound
>Kandahar
>Jalalabad
I like the sound of Kabul too, but not as much as the above two. Still, Afghans give their cities such pretty names.

No. 916053

>>916047
isn't Kabul just pronounced like "cobble"?

No. 916062

>>916053
I don't think so? Sounds very different to me.

No. 916068

каждый
it sounds nice

No. 916554

Zacatecas. It's a city in mexico but I like saying it fast lol

No. 917206

mama mia
pizzaria
italiano
pensacola
sarasota

No. 917233

Papier-mâché

No. 917280

>>917206
pizzaria isn't a word

No. 917300

>>917280
It is in portuguese, if that is of any help

No. 917352

Oreo
Marmalade
Opal
Crescendo

No. 917367

Random ass italian words like:
Giallo
Bicicletta
Bellisima
Gelato

woohoo my duolingo level 1 skills are really showing themselves rn, funnily enough my ancestors spoke piemontese dialect which sounds nothing like standard italian

No. 917368

>>917367
You spelled Bellissima wrong

No. 917513

>>917280
>>917368
cool, we got a resident word autist

No. 918632

AAAOOWWH, WORDS, WORDS, WORDS, I'M SO SICK OF WORDS!
I GET WORD ALL DAY THROUGH, FIRST FROM HIM, NOW FROM YOU!
IS THAT ALL YOU BLIGHTERS CAN DOOOOOO?

No. 918636

I love english words with [kl] in them. Like "cling", "claim" and "closer". The word "lock", as in "a lock of hair" is also very sweet.
My favorite italian word is "parsimonioso". Also "monello", "clandestino" and "dado" are beautiful to me for different reasons.

No. 918637

>>917513
if there's a place to be a word autist, i'd hazard a guess it's probably this thread

No. 918638

>>917513
Almost as if this is a thread dedicated to words.

No. 918678

esas
son
reebok
o
son
nike

No. 918829

I like 'wayward'.

No. 918840

>>918678
This is the rhythm of my life, the night, oh yeah

No. 920907

>>868846
This one is good
>>868935
This is also good, I put it on my list
My favorite word is phenomenon
Some other good sounding ones are
crocus
aborigine
government
altruism
stigmata

No. 920913

>>918678
Agua
En
El
Hoyo

No. 920918

portmanteau
best word ever

No. 920935

bubble

No. 920954

onomatopoeia

No. 921009

>>920913
HOYO
LA BOBO
ME ENCANTA
LA HOBO

No. 921037

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reify/reifikacja

No. 921048

Czechoslovakia. Mostly the Czech part though, sorry Slovakia.

No. 921778

>>921037
a long time ago i made a deal with myself that if i ever heard someone say the word "reify" out loud while not actively quoting something i would tear them apart like a wild chimpanzee. tread carefully out there nona

No. 921785

>>921778
It's a cool word, I'm not saying it out loud and pretending it has a place in a casual conversation, so keep your paws and jaws to yourself.
The fact that it vaguely fits Rei Ayanami's character made me chuckle years ago (and honestly? it fits all waifus ever, kek)

No. 921809

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No. 923611

Rubber bumper baby bunkers

No. 923624

onomatopoeia is pretty fun to say

No. 927568

crepuscular

No. 938342

arándanos
frambuesas
(the spanish words for: blueberries and raspberries)

No. 938346

>>938342
nananchis (pineapple tomatillo things I was told)

No. 938417

Ephemeral

No. 938624

>>916047
This anon again with another city name
>Samarkand

No. 983913

necroing this thread to say the word 'detritus' is really good

No. 983934

>sickly
>depleted
>haggard
>obscure
>silhouette

No. 983945

puissance, suppurate, ullage, runneling, labyrinthine

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bimbo

No. 1016859

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Crack

No. 1228574

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The Romanian word "râs" can mean both "laughter" and "lynx"

No. 1228597

Nonchalant
Rumination
Zora (dawn)
Shiranpuri (feign ignorance)

No. 1228604

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牛乳. Gyunyuu. Japanese word for milk. The way this word sounds is inexplicably hilarious to me.

No. 1228851

Castration!

No. 1228876

>>1228604
It almost doesn't sound real, it sounds like a noise a cartoon character would make
>Gyunyuuu

No. 1228921

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>>1228574
The word “chouette” in French means both cool and owl.

No. 1228942

>>1228921
My french textbook in school was called chouette, I absolutely love that word it's so damn cute

No. 1229210

Lily
Vanagloria
En garde
Poppy
Peonia
Botan
Kiku

No. 1229917

m o i s t
o
i
s
t

No. 1230097

Sacapuntas

No. 1233420

Beidziniece. Fuckin' love it. It's Latvian, a surname.
A bit of context;
Beigt = stop.
Beidz = [to] stop [that].
-iniece - the usual thingamajig you get when you feminize a surname in latvian language.

No. 1235940

tortuga

No. 1235949

>>1235940
My life was best when I lived on this street

No. 1235970

i'm not an english speaker and i am sorry but i just think retarded is one of the funniest words ever. the equivalent in my language is not funny, the word retard itself isn't funny, but retarded, it makes me giggle every time i think about it

No. 1236008

>Pompous
>Moxie
>Scandalous
>Double speak
>Introspective
>Malarkey
>Wistful
>Condescending
>Sardonic
>Nihilistic
Here's some, I like a lot of words.

No. 1236022

squishy
whimsical
melancholy
fluffy
refreshing

No. 1236061

kys, faggot

No. 1236535

I love the word “pizzazz”. It’s just the most insane word ever. 4 out of the 7 letters are zs and the first five words are pizza. I want to know where it came from, what language it originates from, because I refuse to believe it’s English. I might be biased by the fact that there is pizza in it but i think its Italian.

No. 1236540

>>1236535
It's actually burger

The Etymology of “Pizzazz”
Posted on November 15, 2019by Jess Zafarris
While some sources including etymonline.com say that “pizzazz” (or “pizazz”) first appeared in print in a March 1937 issue of Harper’s Bazaar, it actually appears earlier in a 1913 issue of The Main Sheet, a largely humorous publication by the Indoor Yacht Club, albeit with a different usage than we see today.

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It is true that today’s usage of the word “pizzazz” is likely from the 20s/30s, as described in the Bazaar:

Pizazz, to quote the editor of the Harvard Lampoon, is an indefinable dynamic quality, the je ne sais quoi of function; as for instance, adding Scotch puts pizazz into a drink. Certain clothes have it, too.

The word does not appear earlier in any known issues of the Harvard Lampoon, so perhaps the editor in question said the word out loud or in another publication.

The earlier 1913 Main Sheet column in which “pizzazz” first appears is a satiric story called “It’s All Off With the Rough Stuff” about the Clean Language League of America’s campaign against “low-brow lingo.” It has a slightly different meaning here, and is used in the phrase “completely on the pizzazz,” meaning, more or less, something done away with or banned.

Brother Russell declared, bo, that his crowd had already framed it up with some of the big guys in the music world to put the kibosh on this line of junk, and that it was only a question of time before they would have such pieces as “When I Get You Alone Tonight” completely on the pizzazz.

The whole column is full of slang, idioms, jokes, and low-brow terms that would irritate the League. Some especially wonderful gems include “plum nuts,” “hifalutin,” “flossie,” “swimdiggle,” and “do the nobby.”

It also lays out which words and phrases are inappropriate for girls to say (including “fudge”) and for boys to say—all while joyfully repeating the terms in the most tongue-in-cheek way possible:

[T]hey swore to goodness that ‘doggone it’ was a doggone bad thing to say, and that ‘gosh darn’ was putrid, and that ‘bully gee’ and ‘I’ll be swimdiggled’ were expressions that a mucker might use.”

It even includes a bleeped-out word that “fathers must not say.”

(By the way, the Clean Language League of America does appear to have actually existed, according to this 1912 article in the financial journal Commercial West.)

You can read the full column below, and you can listen to the supposedly risqué song that it mentions, “When I Get You Alone Tonight,” here.

Full Column, “It’s All Off With the Rough Stuff,” from The Main Sheet, May 8, 1913:
IT’S ALL OFF WITH THE “ROUGH STUFF”

Clean Language Hatches Frame-Up to Put Kibosh on Low-Brow Noise.

The Clean Language League of America, which is plum nuts about being dead set against slang, cuss words, risqué stories, purple ragtime and wriggly cabaret shindigs—not because it cares a whoop, but because such things always sound like heck to strangers—held a wild-eyed jamboree in Chicago recently and, according to the New York Telegraph, cooped up plans for a grand hallelujah campaign to induce everybody to climb into the pure words wagon and swear off on throwing the low-brow lingo. Quite a considerable hunch of language bugs took the splurge and the enthusiasm was all to the velvet.

According to the dope that was passed out by one of the high moguls, Tommy Russell, the main doings, was lo pick out a publicity gang, which will have the job of throwing this line of bull into every state in the union, being particularly strong on the schools and colleges and not passing up the educational hang-outs for skirts. The side show of the movement will he to go after the kind of music that you hear in the all-night dumps and at public hog-rassles. Brother Russell declared, bo, that his crowd had already framed it up with some of the big guys in the music world to put the kibosh on this line of junk, and that it was only a question of time before they would have such pieces as “When I Get You Alone Tonight” completely on the pizzazz.

Would Spread the Doctrine

Another idea of the league is to put a straw boss in every other state for the purpose of hitching up with mutts as dippy as himself in order to help the good word along. This state gink is to be a sort of an Old-Miss-Over-AH and the purity expert in his particular neck of the woods.

The crowd passed a whole lot of hifalutin resolutions. They said that it made them as sore as a goat to have to hear their mothers using slang in the presence of the kids because it was a ten to one shot that it would put the little duffers’ morals on the blink. They said that sister must not say “fudge”—not even when there was nobody but guineas around—because “fudge” wasn’t a proper dido to find in a flossie’s vocabulary.

They pulled quite a bunch of stuff about what was O.K. for little brother to let himself loose on, but they swore to goodness that “doggone it” was a doggone bad thing to say, and that “gosh darn” was putrid, and that “bully gee” and “I’ll be swimdiggled” were expressions that a mucker might use, but that a gilt-edged young gazabo would never attempt to play up, even before a coon. Rough Stuff Is Banned.

The league, said that fathers must not say ——!*?——’——!, no matter if a guy waltzed up and walloped poor old pop on the beezer, and that only pie-trammers and hash-slingers would ever condescend to come across with such rough stuff as “Aw, nix on that,” “Cheese it” and “Shut your trap.”

As for the risqué stuff, there was quite a lot of hot air about that, too, and everybody agreed that if America was ever going to do the nobby and quit being a home of roughnecks, it was about time that the chickens and other young boobs let up on swapping yarns about what used to happen on Uncle John’s farm.

No. 1236544

I like the word “Ebola”. It sounds like a pretty feminine name. As a child I always thought disease names where pretty like
>spina biffida
>malaria
>impetigo
>schizophrenia
>meningitis
>influenza
Also any variation of the word “cranium” like “cranial”. And “palpitation/palpitate”. Also chemical names like “hydrogen”.

No. 1236550

>>1236540
>it’s actually burger
I should have known…

No. 1236591

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I don't want to make an extra thread, but what are words you dislike/hate?
For me it's "moist" and "penetrate", honestly sounds more disgusting than any dirty slang.

No. 1236616

>>1236591
I hate the word “beer” and have a phobia of saying it out loud.

No. 1236767

Mistress

No. 1237185

shimmery
crystal
emerald
congratulations
lily
mellifluous
lavender
glitter
carnival
croissant
glorious
chivalry
chipmunk
lemonade
ruby

No. 1237196

>>1236591
oh my god, so many. but some that come to mind are

>succulent

>gusset
>gooey
>cunnilingus (sounds like a disease)
>spit
>ointment
>fetus
>snot/mucus
>pimple
>loogey

I know there's more, I just can't think of them

No. 1237223

>>1236591
I'll add more later but this word makes me angry
>Feisty (you know why)

No. 1237336

>>1236591
This isn't a word I dislike but it's near impossible for me to say nipple out loud without giggling. I sound like a thirteen year old lol, but it's true. I find it a really awkward word to say.

Same with buttress, I can't take it seriously. And plectrum, because it sounds way too much like rectum

No. 1237359

>>1236591
i hate how the word rural sounds. i hate how the word savvy is spelled. i HATE bonanza.

No. 1245991

Paraphernalia. Also, paraffin.

No. 1246103

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i love the word cosy. and spelt the english way as using an ‘s’ instead of a ‘z’ makes the word look cosy!! as cozy looks sharp and pointy and uncomfortable

No. 1246155

Any other languages have a specific word for "the godparent of your children"? Particularly asking the Eastern European Orthodox anons but not exclusively.

No. 1246161

>>1246155
In finnish they are just 'kummitäti' and 'kummisetä', kummi is the godparent-part and then aunt/uncle added

No. 1246164

>>1246161
Is this how children call their godparents or how the parents call the children's godparents or both?

No. 1246169

>>1246155
in croatian it's kum/kuma (used for godparents or best man/main of honor at a wedding)

No. 1246219

>>1246164
Both children and parents can use it. You can also drop the gender indicator and just call a godparent "kummi", or use it together with the name of the godparent especially if the child has several godparents, like "Jake-kummi". In my family we have usually used name + kummi since all children have at least two godparents.

I'm from the eastern parts of Finland where Eastern Orthodox church is maybe a bit more common than in other parts of Finland but idk if that affects the usage of godparent within my family

No. 1246223

>>1246169
>>1246219
Interesting, the word for these people in my language also starts with "cum"/"kum". Likely a common root, maybe Slavic?

No. 1246309

>>1246155
in czech it's Kmotr and Kmotra

No. 1246436

>>1246223
for some reason that c looks weird to me what branch of slavic is your language from?

No. 1247003

Some book I was reading frequently used the word "akimbo" (arms on hips) which I never heard before, now I love saying that word

No. 1247006

File: 1656651316868.png (488.83 KB, 673x368, akimbo.PNG)

>>1247003
Might I recommend a movie to you

No. 1247013

anathema
flesh
rot
qualsiasi
krastavac

No. 1247030

>>1247013
>qualsiasi
This doesn't even sound like a real word, sounds like a made up joke word. Ah yes, the qualsiasi is so spluntecul

No. 1247060

Huitzilopochtli
Quetzalcoatl
Tlaloc
really any aztec god the way they are pronounced really scratches an itch on my brain



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