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Eunoia is the shortest English word containing all five main vowel graphemes. It comes from the Greek word εὔνοια, meaning “well mind” or “beautiful thinking".

Jayus - (Indonesian) A joke so unfunny or poorly told that you can't help but laugh

note | I didn’t realize it at the time, but this is not an actual word in Russian. it appears to have originated from a typo in a Russian script.

Razbliuto - sentimental feelings about past loves. (Word appears to have originated from a typo in a Russian script.

pronunciation | ka-‘lop-sE-aneologisms | New words can come into being by using old rules of language to create new language. Kalopsia...

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Logolepsia: la obsesión con las palabras. ¿Algún logoléptico por ahí?                                     Súmate en Facebook, Twitter e Instagram: ENIDIOMAS  #ApprendsLeFrancais #LearnEnglish #LerneDeutsch #Aprendeportugues   #Imparal’Italiano

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

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pronunciation |  'bor-bor-“ig-mE\   #borborygmi, noun, english, origin: greek, hungry, food, stomach, rumble, words, otherwordly, other-wordly, definitions, B, submission, myconstantramblings,

borborygmi (n.) the rumbling sounds your stomach makes. There's actually a word for this?

Cool word :-)

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