Words, Words, & More Words & Definitions Game!

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This is my own idea so let's have fun...."Let the Games Begin!"

Rules: I will start with a word & I will give the first comment
so you can see how it is done. I give the definition to the
word give and give a new word for the next person. One
turn at a time, please. & wait until someone else gives a
new word.

Any word can be used, just play nice & remember we have
teenagers that play. Please..no politics here! I blog on the
political questions & blogs but come to the games for fun.

If you care to chit-chat with players & post pictures, feel
free to do so. I am a very outgoing person & like to
interact with other players ....I know some of you do too.

I will not block anyone unless it is absolutely necessary!
If I have a problem with anything, I'll send you a private
email on SH.

We will start with easy words, then as the game goes along,
we will have harder words....I am sure. So if you need a
dictionary...that is alright.

First Word: Happy

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  • Jenni 2010/08/05 05:54:35
    Ambivalent: simultaneous and contradictory attitudes or feelings (as attraction and repulsion) toward an object, person, or action.

    New Word: Prosy.

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  • Marianne K-ZOOMI... 2013/07/11 17:09:57
    I know, that is why I rather try to soothe down things - chuckling, and I hope that I did not hurt anybody's feelings.

    I am afraid that my informations regarding "macaroni", the source of "macaronic", might have been too boring or was not decent enough in one point (regarding an old Italian interpretation).

    Thank you, my friend.
  • K-ZOOMI... Marianne 2013/07/11 17:26:13
    I believe if you shorten a tad, it will be fine. I have always pushed the fun over the years. :)
  • Marianne K-ZOOMI... 2013/07/11 19:56:16
    That is my problem, when I "get loose" there is always something to add, and then, I end up with long texts and citations - oops - I'd rather laugh.
  • Little ... K-ZOOMI... 2013/07/11 14:17:25
    Little Angel
    Help me get this straightened out. They are giving words to give the meaning of
    and then giving a new word.
    angel    good morning
  • K-ZOOMI... Little ... 2013/07/11 15:39:08
    Sometimes skipping happens, due to timing, but I have come across some playing over the years that do it on purpose.
    It will iron out.

    happy thursday
  • Little ... K-ZOOMI... 2013/07/11 17:05:14
    Little Angel
    I know but we have all ages playing the game & it can be confusing.
    sexy winking
  • K-ZOOMI... Little ... 2013/07/11 17:28:19
    I agree. I always check my post after it is loaded to check if it is okay.
    Someone could have clicked their "COMMENT" button 1 second before you.
    Theirs will be posted first pushing your out of sync. :)
  • JamesChevyII 2013/07/10 19:36:38
    Prosy: Unimaginative or common place...

    New word: Curmudgeon
  • Little ... JamesCh... 2013/07/10 22:20:47
    Little Angel
    The word you were supposed to give the definition of is "Zweiback"..
  • Marianne Little ... 2013/07/11 16:56:19
    I am sure that he did not do it on purpose - he was probably on the wrong page and forgot to check after giving his answer.

    For you:
    Zwieback: the name comes from the German "zwei" = two and "-back", i.e. "backen" = to bake; baked twice. It is a rusk, biscuit or cracker from thin slices taken from a baked loaf and toasted, till they are dry and crispy.

    Zwieback originated in East Prussia, Germany. It is sweetened and made with eggs.
  • Little Angel 2013/07/10 19:15:09
    Little Angel
    Bubuicitate: To behave or make a sound like a cowherd.

    New Word: Zwieback
  • Ozymandias 2013/07/10 02:26:19
  • Joe61 Ozymandias 2013/07/10 10:36:51 (edited)
    Strange that because I have found several references to the word. Granted it is no longer a word that is in general usage and it was probably last used in the 1600s. But none the less it still is a word with a very defined meaning.
  • Ozymandias Joe61 2013/07/10 17:53:28
  • Joe61 Ozymandias 2013/07/10 17:54:53 (edited)
    No it is just a disused word and can still be found in some dictionaries..
  • Ozymandias Joe61 2013/07/10 17:56:38
  • Joe61 Ozymandias 2013/07/10 18:10:22
  • Ozymandias Joe61 2013/07/10 18:38:25
  • Marianne Joe61 2013/07/11 09:41:05
    Thanks for the slang information!
  • Marianne Joe61 2013/07/11 09:40:00
    Thank you, Joe61; I think that it must be a verb (to -) basing on the Latin verb bubulcitare, resp. bubulcitor (bubulcitate = imperative, plural) act, behave, sound, cry like a cowherd; the cowherd is bubuleus and in Vulgar Latin bovarius.
    It is a very rare word indeed; I went through my own dictionaries, books like Oxford and Webster's dictionaries (not on-line), and no result, except for my Latin dictionary (Bordas, French - Latin) ... On-line, I found very few entries and nothing about the origin, except for the relation with cowherd, resp. acting/working like a cowherd/farmer. On-line, I found this dictionary English - Latin:

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