What's that word game?

What's that word game?

♥ Amanda ♥ ♥ Amanda ♥
Here it is! The what's that word game. Basically I will put some off the wall word in here and the first person to post the correct definition gets to pick the next word and so on and so on. The goal is to have a few chuckles and maybe learn some unique words. Ready?

The first word is.....
.....
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ichthyopolist

So what's the word? What does it mean?
04/07/2011
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Jul!a Jul!a
You picked a fantastic word, because not only was I completely stumped, and so was Google. The closest thing I can come up with is that "ichthyopolist" is a fish seller?



How about "amarulence"?
04/08/2011
♥ Amanda ♥ ♥ Amanda ♥
Quote:
Originally posted by Jul!a
You picked a fantastic word, because not only was I completely stumped, and so was Google. The closest thing I can come up with is that "ichthyopolist" is a fish seller?







How about "amarulence"?
You are completely right! lol Amarulence is: A universal contagion, a subtle essence, fragrant as the Persian rose, hovers over their footsteps, whose hidden amarulence contaminates all that is sacred and immaculate, to breathe which is fatal.

Let's see here... how about "sigmoidoscope"
04/08/2011
Jul!a Jul!a
"An illuminated, tubular instrument for the direct examination of the rectum, colon, and sigmoid flexure"

How about "nepheliad"
04/11/2011
♥ Amanda ♥ ♥ Amanda ♥
Quote:
Originally posted by Jul!a
"An illuminated, tubular instrument for the direct examination of the rectum, colon, and sigmoid flexure"



How about "nepheliad"
Sadly I think we are the only ones playing! ahahah! Anyway... Nepheliad is a cloud nymph of course! lol

The next word is ....

RAPPORT
04/11/2011
Jul!a Jul!a
Psshaw, more word learning for us! I actually knew that one! It's a type of connection between two people, "marked by harmony, conformity, accord, or affinity." It's one of those that I never could give a full definition without looking it up, but I could use it correctly every time I tried, lol.

And how about scandiscope?
04/12/2011
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Unique posters: 2