The f-word has come into such common use - as a noun, verb, adjective, and adverb - that it is not as inflammatory as it used to be. But many of these are disputed as being 'words' given that they are simply lists of chemical descriptors which have been joined together to make one big word. It is a species of. This company iswell-known for reference books that help people to learn English;among its publications are picture dictionaries, dictionaries withsimplified explanations, and upper-level dictionaries for those whohave mastered the language and want to learn even more new words. Just to prove that the length of a word can be stretched to any length. Longest word in english dictionary is pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, a word that refers to a lung disease contracted from the inhalation of very fine silica particles, specifically from a volcano.
Or will that make you long for a kidcation? For further understanding, noun, a usually inherited disorder that clinically resembles hypoparathyroidism but results from the body's inability to respond normally to parathyroid hormone rather than from a deficiency of the hormone itself. One of the longest words in the English Dictionary is Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, which is a lung disease caused by inhaling very fine silica dust causing inflamation in the lungs. The word was deliberately coined to be the longest word in English, and has since been used in a close approximation of its originally intended meaning, lending at least some degree of validity to its claim. 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. Bookmobile was born in the 1920s and went on to spawn the likes of bloodmobile, Wienermobile, and pimpmobile. I wonder how far there going to take it. This one seems to have begun in the domain of weather reports, but hysterical exaggeration has proved useful elsewhere.
Chemical and medical terms need lengthy words to describe their compositions. Lengthy words are called: Unitotolinearmultisyllabification. It is usually placed in the Hyaenidae, though formerly separated into a monotypic family, Protelidae. It might be supercalifragilisticexpialidocious which appears in the Oxford English Dictionary. If your elementary school teachers told you that antidisestablish-mentarianism was the longest word in the dictionary, they lied.
New York Times editor Dan Saltzstein recently some examples of words writers use to make their work sound more intelligent than it really is. It is an amazing resource, which gives thehistory of nearly every word in the English language, including thefirst time it was used, how its meaning has changed over the years,etc. It is a transliteration of the Ancient Greek word λοπαδο τεμαχο σελαχο γαλεο κρανιο λειψανο δριμ υπο τριμματο σιλφιο καραβο μελιτο κατακεχυ μενο κιχλ επι κοσσυφο φαττο περιστερ αλεκτρυον οπτο κεφαλλιο κιγκλο πελειο λαγῳοσιραιο βαφη τραγανο πτερύγων in the Greek alphabet 1169-74. Aequeosalinocalcalinoceraceoaluminosocupreovitriolic, at 52 letters, describing the waters at , England, is attributed to Dr. The Oxford English Dictionary was the largest dictionary in the world. It is related to hyenas, but unlike its relatives, it does not hunt large prey. Opinions Rendered by the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature: Opinions 105 to 114.
Which English dictionary do you mean? Antidisestablishmentarianism Containing 28-letters, antidisestablishmentarianism is the longest proper word, consisting of proper and compatible root and affix attachments. For example, the medieval Latin word honorificabilitudinitas honourableness was listed by some old dictionaries in the English form honorificabilitudinity 22 letters , but it has never really been in use. It seems, in my memory,that when I was a teenager someone correctly spelled this word and won a National spelling bee contest somewhere. According to the , is the longest non-technical word in the. Subsequently, the word was used in a puzzle book, Bedside Manna, after which time, members of the N. Edward Strother to describe the spa waters in Bath, England.
He told me that each company has a panel of about a dozen people or so and they just dream up these names. But that doesn't mean they aren't words. Schtroumpfed 12 letters was coined by , while broughammed 11 letters was coined by after broughamed 10 letters was coined by. President, may I say to the distinguished Senator from New York, I used that word on the Senate floor myself 2 or 3 years ago. Eargasm, joygasm, sportsgasm, teagasm, soupgasm, stylegasm, and yes,.
These waters were a solution of equal parts salt, calcium, aluminum, copper, and other metallic sulfates that felt sort of waxy. In , the longest English placename at 19 letters is in. Some of these words don't appear in any dictionary, we know. It was The Guinness Book Of World Records. The Greek word tallies 171 letters, but in English. But not all of these creative endings have staying power.
Note: the following are words in the non-strictest sense, being that some are technical terms, some have been coined, while others actually appear in the dictionary. Gammaracanthuskytodermogammarus loricatobaicalensis is sometimes cited as the longest —it is a kind of. These can be almost in length for example, aminoheptafluorocyclotetraphosphonitrile, 40 letters and many contain , Roman and Greek letters, and other symbols, as well as ordinary letters. Bromance, adultescence, and Frankenstorm are just a few of the creative blends that have recently made it big but probably won't stick around. This word, containing 45 letters, does appear in the dictionary, but was created primarily just for the sake of a long word. Means you're so sharp you spot the slightest flaw. Suffererers of this syndrome, which is made up of 30 letters, have a twice false, beyond lower than normal , thyroid issue.
The longest unchallenged words are pseudopseudohypoparathyroidism 30 letters and antidisestablishmentarianism 28 letters. Two geographically separate subspecies are recognized: Proteles cristatus cristatus of Southern Africa, and Proteles cristatus septentrionalis of eastern and northeastern Africa. When that happens, we sometimes get more than just one new word; we get a new kind of word ending, one that goes on to a long, productive career in word formation. This is sometimes referred to as construction. More recent editions of the book have acknowledged pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis. Work on the first edition began around 1860 under the auspices of the Philological Society.