Interesting English Words –
Today, you will learn a lot.
Once you’re done reading it, you’ll definitely bookmark this article. It is very, very knowledgeable. Here’s a list of everyday things that you never knew had names. I’m sure that you’re going to enjoy this.
So, let’s begin ( Interesting English Words )–
Today, Tomorrow, Day After Tomorrow, and Overmorrow. Confused? Don’t be because the day after tomorrow is called as Overmorrow.
Hey, this word sounds good, right? You will love the meaning behind it too. Remember telling your friend or a family member that you love the smell of the earth after the rain? Yes, that smell is known as “Petrichor”.
Our stomach makes noise and that noise has a word. The rumbling of our stomach is actually known as Wamble.
- BOX TENT
When you order a pizza and you see that there’s tiny plastic table like placed in the middle of a pizza box and it is known as box tent.
The feeling when a baby cry for the first time is really very beautiful, right? You know what, it has a name, and that is “Vagitus”. Yes, the cry of a new born baby is called as Vagitus.
Close your eyes and you will see a light. Well, the light that you see when you close your eyes is called as Phosphenes.
Look at your feet; take a look at the tiny toe, done? Call it minimus because that’s the word for it.
While reading a particular book or an article, you must’ve come across (?!) at the end of the sentence. Guess what? The combination of question mark and exclamation mark has a name and that is Interrobang.
No more complains now. Why, you ask? Well, because now we know the word for unreadable handwriting and it is called “Griffonage”. Ummm, let the doctors know about it too.
- COLUMELLA NASI
What’s that, you ask? Oh well, the space between your nostrils is called Columella Nasi.
Those who hate leaving their bed in their morning, this word is for you (& me) Actually when a person finds it difficult to get out of the bed in the morning, it is called as Dysania.
“i” and “j” – you see the dots over I and J, they are known as Title.
“Na Na Na” or “La La La”, there are so many songs that includes this, right? Guess what, they have a name and it is “Vocables”.
The armhole in our clothes where the sleeves are sewn is called as “Armscye”. It is such a good word, isn’t it?
The space that we have between our eyebrows is called as “Glabella”. Pronounce it, it sounds good. (Hehe!)
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