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en.oxforddictionaries.com/explore/weird-and-wonderful-words

We've brought together a list of some weird and wonderful words, from aa (a kind of ... in an unrelated sense ('a stream') aa is the first entry in the Oxford English ...

voxy.com/blog/2011/03/weird-english-words-from-a-to-z

Mar 3, 2011 ... Do you have a favorite weird word in English or any other language? Drop us the word and definition in the comments section below!

www.fluentu.com/english/blog/weird-strange-english-words/?lang=en

It is always great to have a wide vocabulary. You speak a lot clearer. Have fun as you learn with these weird and wonderful English words!

www.dictionary.com/slideshows/unique_words

Amazingly, the only English word with three Ys also happens to describe a rare astronomical event involving three heavenly bodies. A syzygy is the alignment of  ...

www.theprojecttwins.com/a-z-of-unusual-words

Bold graphics and visual wit are used to interpret and represent a collection of strange, unusual and lost words. These images explore the meaning behind the  ...

phrontistery.info/ihlstart.html

I have compiled a list of 17,000 English words, ranging from merely uncommon words to the rarest of the rare words, nearly obsolete and just plain nutty!

www.alphadictionary.com/articles/100_funniest_words.html

Robert Beard's The 100 Funniest Words in English contains the 100 funniest words in English 50 of which are listed below. There are easily 1000 funny words in ...

listverse.com/2007/09/22/20-weird-english-words

Sep 22, 2007 ... English is a wonderful language with some of the strangest pronunciation rules and words that come from many other languages. This is a list ...

expresswriters.com/34-craziest-words-english

May 20, 2014 ... The blog explores some of the craziest words in English, some of which are ... from “hurry” to “zany” and in the 1400s they were quite strange.

www.merriam-webster.com/words-at-play/top-10-funny-sounding-and-interesting-words

About the Word: Long ago English gamblers called the four-dotted side of a die cater (from the French quatre, "four"). The placement of those four dots ...