Thursday, May 15, 2008

Thursday Thirteen #3-Random Words




Thirteen random interesting words
Click on word for definition

1. 
ipomoea
2. 
erlking
3.
 chlamydes
4. 
oeillade
5. 
esurience
6. 
clabber
7. 
gnar
8. 
ofay
9.
 nates
10
.apraxia
11.
uxorial 
12. 
ahimsa
13. 
fahlband



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14 comments:

Chelle Y. said...

You must be a good Scrabble player.

http://www.chelleyoung.com/index.php/archive/thursday-thirteen-109-thirteen-things-wonderful-things-about-being-a-mom/

kay said...

Where are the definitions? I only know three!

SandyCarlson said...

That's a great list. You're on my Scrabble team any day! Chelle is right.

On a limb with Claudia said...

These are words? Wow. I thought I would at least recognize some. Need to learn a bit, eh? Thanks for sharing!

Happy TT!

Colleen said...

got definitions to go with those words? LOL! I understood none of them! Happy TT!

Slender Octopus said...

They all have definitions just click on the link to see...
thanks everyone for dropping by!

Adelle said...

Oh, I love words. I'll have to keep this list for Scrabble lol Happy T13!

grace said...

I can't believe they're really in the dictionary! Happy TT!

B Boys Mom said...

Great list. I had to click on them all to fine out the meaning. I'm on new word over load Ha Ha. Happy TT

Sandy M said...

I feel really dumb now, lol. I only know 2 of these. Happy TT.

Laura said...

I know a couple of those...great list!

Joseph Pulikotil said...

You must have surely taken a lot of trouble to confuse and confound your readers. You have succeeded in your efforts. Congratulations. I stared at the words again and again several times. Except one word AHIMSA I just could not even vaguely remember having seen the other words. AHIMSA is a SANSKRIT word meaning that no one should hurt any living being including human beings. The JAIN religious community is very famous for this practice.They will not even kill an ant or mosquito biting them. Closely associated with this word is another word SATYAGRAHA which means non-violence. This was practiced by MAHATMA GANDHI. He got freedom for INDIA from the mighty British by organising a non-violent movement called SATYAGRAHA.This is exactly the opposite of the AMERICAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE in which the Americans fought violent battles with the British for getting independence and both sides lost many precious lives.

Brenda ND said...

What an amusing TT! I'll get out my scrabble pieces and get at it!

the teach said...

Very clever TT13! I maybe know 2 of the words...Yikes! :D

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