Global New Words Challenge  

DustyWidget 59M
4382 posts
8/2/2006 4:48 am

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8/8/2006 7:06 am

Global New Words Challenge

Now we've done Blog games. We've done Blog challenges. Now here's the ultimate way to change the world in reality.

The gentleman is James O'Brien who presents on my most favourite radio station in the whole wide world. LBC97.3FM is a speech radio station that is fun, not turgid and is a phone in station where any may phone in from across the world. Usual house rules apply. No swearing etc. It will google and you can listen on the web. Worth a try everybody.

Read the following instructions. Much much fun to be had here and nobody gets hurt. Nirvana to me!!

The new words challenge (copied from James' Blog)

You know how I love words, and all the fun you can have with them. Well now, I'm looking for your help in getting a brand new word into the English language. Over the past few days I've asked for your suggestions for new, made up words, and thanks for all your responses.

The key thing is they have to sound like a plausible word, but nothing specific. The idea is that we all start planting them in things we say and write, as if it were already a proper word, and the meaning should be obvious.

If you can get one of them into a letter to a newspaper, or an official document, or a radio phone-in, or an exam, or anything similar, you could win a prize.

Below is a list of our favourite ones so far, but keep your suggestions coming

Antibated

Emfecate

Inacrity

Collacious

Proil

Larp

Ectorical

Plumjelic

Impectuate

Fenerical

Galleous

Plip

Terasculate

Ambeflectuous.

Infatruvia

Phinilating.

Interexity

Dilify

Reoplaxing

Reldate

Comprectual

Mandipulous

Tierated.

Aspinality

Impand.

Tespulate.

Lunk.

Tripacated

Corrapid

Agranoid

Oave

Yute

Concastinate

Utees.

Shrent.

Maubic


Come on everybody let's find these words a home!
And hey check out the station. I'll be listening out for you!


mycin62 54F

8/2/2006 6:24 am

Isn't lunk already a word? Damn, now I have to go check the dictionary, and I'm really tired right now, so you go do it for me. OK?


curiousinlorain7 59F

8/2/2006 7:58 am

Antibated He used to masterbate all the time, now he has had help anitbating

Emfecate It was worse then defacating, he left parts that left him emasculated

Inacrity this means.. inaccurate cries of incredulous

Collacious ... a curious collector

Proil.... Last night the Coast Guard was on the Proil for leakig oil

Larp Geez I hate it when her idea of a good lark is to harp on me... she just larps and larps

Ectorical okay got nothing for this one

Plumjelic She is a fallen angel... she plumjeliced out of heaven

Impectuate The act of emulating another's ablity to be impudent

Fenerical a feral cleric

Galleous an overabundance zeal for life... galleaous life style

Plip Plop

Terasculate to emasculate the terra

Ambeflectuous. amphibian flatulants (farts)

Infatruvia the act of being infatuated with the vulva

Phinilating. The act of pineing away for someone

Interexity The ability of turning oneself inside out

Dilify phlandering villian.. the act of a villian that dillies his victims

Reoplaxing reopening the placation of someone axe grinding

Reldate a date you can rely on

Comprectual ...corruption of compromise

Mandipulous the manipulation of the minister (pulpit)

Tierated. on a scale of 1-10 i'd say i'm tireated a 7

Aspinality the availablity of asprin

Impand. selling impounded goods out the back door, illegally

Tespulate. manipulating testicales... when you go to the doctor's he tespulates you to make sure you are okay

Lunk. a junky lunch

Tripacated ... medicated with triple the placebo... bound to make the most severe hypochondriact happy

Corrapid rapid corruption

Agranoid annoyed farmers

Oave when a concert is pretty good. just not good enough for an ovation.

Yute Christmas fibers

Concastinate procrastinating swindler

Utees. Slang for a tease.. usally of the worse type

Shrent. the act of shrugging off a persistant land lord

Maubic public display of being maudlin


florallei 99F

8/2/2006 4:32 pm

Hi Dusty,

Darlin' the idea is to become the same level with your readers...To reach them not shun them away...I'll stick to my ordinary words, hehehe. I don't want to go to University in order to understand these words. Thank ya' though!!!
flo


IAmRubytuesday 55F
3193 posts
8/3/2006 4:18 am

spongilof - anything sticky and repulsive. Invented by my niece when she was 2. She is 8 now and the word is still used in our family. Roobs. xxx

Q.2 flies in an airing cupboard. Which one's the soldier?
A.The one on the tank.


rm_iwannatellu 45F
933 posts
8/3/2006 10:25 am

Are we allowed to "borrow" from Lewis Carrol?

Here is a list of words that we use in my family:

Runcible (sorry, but we do use that, even though it is not original)

graunch (again, not 100% certain of the origin)

give it a Harvey

prongify

crusley

hotify

vunnulate

crubulate

booged (pr like booked)

I will think about the others (and see if I can remember which are not real words...)

xxx


florallei 99F

8/3/2006 10:25 am

Thank ya' Dusty...I am a bit slow at catching things...your explaination was appreciated. have a great day!!!
hugs,
flo


TheCliticals 34F/F

8/8/2006 1:57 am

lost
lost'
lost


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