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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  • Hopscotch 15 hours ago
    1:  sauerkraut
    2:  sauerkraut cooked and served with meat —called also choucroute gar*nie,

    Origin of CHOUCROUTE: aFrench, modification of German Sauerkraut

    New Word: vibrissae
  • K-ZOOMI-----0 2 days ago
    Butut: Literally, something small.

    New Word: Choucroute.
  • K-ZOOMI-----0 7 days ago
    Cahoots: Partnership, league —usually used in plural.

    New Word: Butut.
  • Marianne 2014/07/15 13:35:42
    cahow: an earth-burrowing, nocturnal bird (Pterodroma cahow), once abundant in Bermuda but now nearly extinct, with a hooked black beak, brown and white plumage, and a gray underside, also called Bermuda petrel
    (the word is the imitative of the call of this bird)

    or a family name, for instance,
    Caitlin Cahow: an American ice hockey player.

    New Word: cahoots
  • K-ZOOMI-----0 2014/07/14 02:04:39
    Kowtow: An act of kowtowing.

    New Word: Cahow.
  • Marianne 2014/07/13 16:58:33
    koruna (plural korun or korunas or koruny): the currency of the Czech Republic, divided into 100 hellers, and (obsolete or historical) of former Czechoslovakia, divided into 100 hellers, including that of the former currency of Slovakia, divided into 100 haliers
    further: the coin with the value of one Czech koruna, (botany) crown, corolla, fermata and
    crown (royal, imperial, or princely headdress), crown (for monarchy)
    from Czech koruna and Slovak koruna; cognate with krone and German Krone

    Next Word: kowtow
  • K-ZOOMI-----0 2014/07/13 00:10:41
    Tabla: A pair of small different-sized hand drums used especially in music of India

    New Word: Koruna.
  • Marianne 2014/07/10 11:35:18
    tabor: a music instrument, i.e. a small drum used esp. in the Middle Ages, struck with one hand while the other held a three-holed pipe
    from Old French tabour (drum, din, noise, ...), perhaps from Persian tabīr (drum)

    As a name
    Tabor, i.e. Mount Tabor: a mountain in North Israel

    New Word: tabla
  • K-ZOOMI-----0 2014/07/09 20:01:42
    Caber: Pole; especially : a young tree trunk used for tossing as a trial of strength in a Scottish sport.

    New Word: Tabor.
  • Marianne 2014/07/09 06:51:59
    carrefour: carfax, crossroads, public square or plaza, i.e. a place where (usually four) roads or streets meet (same meaning and spelling as the French word carrefour)
    Origin 1475–85, probably from Middle French quarrefour (Old French carrefor), Late Latin quadrifurcum, neuter of quadrifurcus , i.e. with four forks: quadri-, quatuor (four) + furca (fork)

    New Word: caber (n.)
  • K-ZOOMI-----0 2014/07/08 22:34:08
    Tablature: An instrumental notation indicating the string, fret, key, or finger to be used instead of the tone to be sounded.

    New Word: Carrefour.
  • Marianne 2014/07/08 13:00:25
    hullabaloo: hollo-ballo, an uproar, jangling, bedlam, turmoil, tumult, havoc, noisy protest, chaos, etc. - chiefly in northern England and Scottish, perhaps a rhyming reduplication of hollo (hello, hallo, hulla, holla, ...)

    New Word: tablature
  • K-ZOOMI-----0 2014/07/08 03:45:25
    Katzenjammer: A discordant clamor.

    New Word: Hullabaloo.
  • Marianne K-ZOOMI... 2014/07/08 12:46:35 (edited)
  • Marianne 2014/07/07 07:53:43
    Cacophony: a mixture of harsh, discordant, meaningless sounds, dissonance, uproar, etc.
    Origin: probably mid-17th century, from French cacophonie, from Ancient Greek κακοφωνία (kakophōnía), from κακός (kakós = bad, evil) + φωνή (phōnḗ = sound, voice).

    Next Word: Katzenjammer
  • Hopscotch 2014/07/06 14:41:08
  • Joe61 2014/07/06 14:10:52
  • Marianne 2014/07/05 20:39:26
    grandiloquent: overly wordy or elaborate (of a person, language or writing), speaking or writing in a showy way, using an excessive amount of difficult words to impress others: bombastic, extravagant, flowery, ostentatious, pretentious, sesquipedalian,turgid
    from Latin grandiloquus (literally grand-speaking), from grandis (great, full) + loquor (to speak)

    New Word: querulent
  • Hopscotch 2014/07/05 15:47:03
    languet [lang-gwet]

    any of various small tongue-shaped parts, processes, or projections.

    1375–1425; late Middle English  < Middle French languete,  diminutive of langue tongue.

    New word: Grandiloquent
  • Joe61 2014/07/05 09:32:40 (edited)
    Bombard: is to attack (a place or person) continuously with bombs, shells, or other missiles, shell, torpedo, pound, blitz, strafe, pepper, fire at/on, bomb, assail, attack, assault, raid, batter, blast, pelt. A cannon of the earliest type, which fired a stone ball or large shot.

    It can also refer to, inundate, swamp, flood, deluge, snow under, besiege, beset, belabour bother, pester, plague, harass, badger, hound, with informatoion, work, notes, letters or words, idle chatter.

    Its Origin is probably from the Latin word bombus meaning booming, humming.

    New Word: Languet
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