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I believe most of these are from the dictionary of obscure sorrows - with much longer and more poetic definitions.

Tacenda (n.) Things better left unsaid; matters to be passed over in silence.

TACENDA (n) Things better left unsaid; matters to be passed over in silence. ~~~ pronounced ta-'chen-da Yes, my girlies, there is such a thing.

Deemed one of the most beautiful words in the English language due to its euphony rare sighting and letter composition.  Greek origin //ZƐF ƏR// Zephyr: a gentle, mild breeze. It does not disrupt, nor cause chaos, it merely brings a pleasant sensation on a warm summer day.

Deemed one of the most beautiful words in the English language due to its euphony rare sighting and letter composition. Greek origin //Z?R// Zephyr: a gentle, mild breeze. It does not disrupt, nor (Cool Summer Quotes)

pronunciation | rE-kum-‘ben-ti-bus                                       #recumbentibus, noun, english, origin: latin, knockout, KO, knockout punch, knockout blow, ending blow, would you like some ice for that burn, burn, otherwordly, other-wordly, definitions, words, R,

words r burn knockout definitions english nbd KO noun otherwordly other-wordly rare word rare words unusual word unusual words origin: latin strange word strange words recumbentibus knockout punch knockout blow ending blow would you like some ice for that

they are pretty definite about this. I guess I need to make my own list if I disagree but it's too much like work. jh

The 2017 Blogging Ideas to Grow your Audience.

The 100 Most Beautiful Words in the English Language. Not sure why or how these are considered the most beautiful words in the English language but I am a fan of fun words

Extraordinary. I have experienced most of these. It's comforting to know someone else out there has felt the same and put a name to it.

Never knew what Rubitosis was... but now I have it

monachopsis nodus tollens liberosis lachesism exulansis rubatosis mauerbauertraurigkeit jouska things i feel quire often which is weird // jf

Some of the best words of the English language... - The Meta Picture

Some of the best words of the English language…

Eaton noun the pleasantness of a word's sounds, Sillage scent that lingers, and Kintsukuroi, to repair gold the art of pottery with silver and gold, cool-words-love-pronunciation-beautiful

English siz-i-jee Amazingly the only English word with three Ys also happens to describe a rare astronomical event involving three heavenly bodies.

SYZYGY - English siz-i-jee Amazingly the only English word with three Ys also happens to describe a rare astronomical event involving three heavenly bodies.

pronunciation | A-‘lAt                          alate, adjective, english, origin: latin, having wings, wings, lifted up in flight, flight, flying, sky, tagging is hard guys, words, word, definition, definitions, otherwordly, other-wordly, A

The origin of this word is from the Latin. It comes from the Latin root word " ala" which means wing. The above definition is excellent for English. This word became an English word in the mid century.

superliminal ‎(comparative more superliminal, superlative most superliminal)  1.(psychology, physiology, of mental activity) Of, pertaining to, or involving conscious awareness; above the threshold of the subconscious.     2.(rare, philosophy, parapsychology, of mental activity) Of, pertaining to, or involving a supposed kind of awareness which is above and beyond the experiential range of normal consciousness.

superliminal ‎(comparative more superliminal, superlative most superliminal)…

pronunciation | 'A-bE-ens

The princess does this to avoid being hurt. in essence hurt is multiplied abience (n.) the strong urge to avoid someone or something.