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super- "above", cali- "beauty", fragilistic- "delicate", expiali- "to atone", and docious- "educable", with the sum of these parts signifying roughly "Atoning for educability through delicate beauty." Although the word contains recognizable English morphemes, it does not follow the rules of English morphology as a whole. The morpheme -istic is a suffix in English, whereas the morpheme ex- is typically a prefix; so following normal English morphological rules, it would represent two words: supercalifragilistic and expialidocious. The pronunciation also leans towards it being two words since the letter c does not usually sound like a k when followed by an e.
The longest word I know is supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. (The word you say when you don't know what to say.) But if you want to know the longest word in the English language, I believe it's the full chemical name for titan. It consists of 189,819 letters. You can search it up on Google because I can't type it, it won't let me since it's too many letters long.
I know a bunch First supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Another one pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis One more antidisestablishmentarianosm Last but not least chaurgjdgfjdbfjdbfuhrhfbfufbdivbduvbduv... I don't know how to spell the name of that lake, well, it means, you fish on your side, I'll fish on my side, and no one fishes in the middle. Hope this helped;)
Lopadotemachoselachogaleokranioleipsanodrimhypotrimmatosilphioparaomelitokatakechymenokichlepikossyphophattoperisteralektryonoptekephalliokigklopeleiolagoiosiraiobaphetraganopterygon its a fictional dish in comedies