Unusual WORDY WORDS and tips!! (Page 4)

Rivers of Joy
Rivers of Joy: so does HOWL
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AchillesSinatra
AchillesSinatra: We use words like CH, UT, and PISHER



We use them as the backbone of a lifetime defending something.

You use them as a punchline!!
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Rivers of Joy
Rivers of Joy: I need to look up these words now

IODATE (chemistry) ~ a salt or ester of iodic acid

Sounds like a salty date
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Rivers of Joy
Rivers of Joy: AXOLOTL ~ a Mexican salamander that in natural conditions retains its aquatic larval form throughout life but is able to breed.

Ooooh IT'S one of those ugly looking sea creatures
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AchillesSinatra
AchillesSinatra: Only two people I know have made AXOLOTL

No prizes for guessing the other.
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Rivers of Joy
Rivers of Joy: CASSOWARY ~ a very large flightless bird related to the emu, with a bare head and neck, a tall horny crest, and one or two coloured wattles. It is native mainly to the forests of New Guinea.

Yes I know what one of these is
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AchillesSinatra
AchillesSinatra: They kick Australians to death
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Rivers of Joy
Rivers of Joy: DIXIE ~ a large iron cooking pot used by campers or soldiers.

Ooooh LOL, I thought Dixie was like "a dixie big band"
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Rivers of Joy
Rivers of Joy: SHIR ~ The meaning of the name “Shir” is: “Chant; song”.

Categories: Hebrew Names, Israeli Names, Jewish Names, Unisex Names. Used in: Hebrew speaking countries.

Interesting
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AchillesSinatra
AchillesSinatra: This is DIXIE
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Rivers of Joy
Rivers of Joy: HADRON (Physics) ~ a subatomic particle of a type including the baryons and mesons, which can take part in the strong interaction.

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Rivers of Joy: EEJIT (Irish) ~ a stupid person; an idiot.

"don't stand there like a gormless eejit!"
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AchillesSinatra
AchillesSinatra: You know your daddy's bound to die
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Rivers of Joy:

COLIN is an English-language masculine given name. ...

An anglicized form of the Gaelic name Cuilen, Cailean, modern Irish spelling Coileáin, meaning "whelp, cub". The Old Irish word for "whelp," is cuilén. The Scottish Gaelic name is recorded in the spelling Colin from as early as the 14th century.

"Whelp club"
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AchillesSinatra
AchillesSinatra: Anglicized, my ass
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AchillesSinatra
AchillesSinatra: His truth is marching oooooooooooooooooooooooooooonnnnnnnnnnnnn
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AchillesSinatra
AchillesSinatra: Who sings best:

1. Sinatra

2. Elvis

3. an indri

?
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AchillesSinatra: Ready to play the greatest of all Greek warriors yet?

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AchillesSinatra: Oh, another top tip: improvise
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Rivers of Joy
Rivers of Joy: Dianna Krall lol


Diana Krall - Fly me to the Moon
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AchillesSinatra
AchillesSinatra:

I'm gonna make a supersonic sheila out of you.
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Rivers of Joy
Rivers of Joy: Couple of 2 letter words

CH ~ Ch. is a written abbreviation for chapter

What is CH stand for? ~ Confoederatio Helvetica

So the label HELVETIA can be found on Swiss coins and postal stamps, while the abbreviation ch stands for Confoederatio Helvetica, the Latin version of "Swiss Confederation" (hence the CH-sticker on Swiss cars and Switzerland's top level internet domain .ch)

UT ~ Universal time

UT ~ a syllable used for the first note in the diatonic scale in an early solmization system and later replaced by do.

ST ~ is a written abbreviation for street.

ST means "Something" So now you know - ST means "Something" - don't thank us.

AND a new word for me today FY 16 points

~ (archaic) Expressing disapproval.
~ (obsolete) To digest.
~ fy (definite singular feyrin or fyrin) - (Shetland) father
~ fy phew, shame; interjection expressing disapproval or disgust

Interesting meanings for such small words
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