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Why do words like this exist?
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>>13283907
Are you floccinaucinihilipilificating "floccinaucinihilipilification"?
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>>13283930
I am. Even Nabokov couldn't get away with using this word. It's utterly worthless.
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>>13283931
I will use it in my novel and get it published. This I swear.
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>>13283907
Eton toffs
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>>13283907
Juding from the etymology on Google, this is merely a school prank/rhyme on latin words for "little value" found in a primer.
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floccavelli
i'm hunting down the etymology as we speak



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