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What's your favourite word? - Page 2 - Carers UK Forum

What's your favourite word?

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Our phone didn't recognise the word 'ninja'. Instead, it helpfully suggested 'minka' which (I know because I looked it up) isn't a word!

I quite like the word indefatigable.
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Mine?

Gonads Image Image its okay it is scientific, and has a strong consonant, and better still not everyone knows what it means - and the computer didnt object did it?
Mine is nads!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Image Image Image
snot
Its short, its rude, and it is universal.
From Old English gesnot, from the same base as snout.
http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/snot
POOTLE - meaning to go and have a wander. Like having a 'pootle' round the charity shops. I think I made it up several years ago, have never heard anyone else using it.
POOTLE - meaning to go and have a wander. Like having a 'pootle' round the charity shops. I think I made it up several years ago, have never heard anyone else using it.
I've heard it before but can't remember where. We went through a period of using it a few years ago (sorry to disappoint if you'd hoped it was yours).

I was once at our local food coop and they had a ROOTLE bin full of bargains! I like that one too.
Favourite english word flower
Favourite welsh word Cariad meaning darling or love.

And most of all Mizpah very appropriate word to decribe carers Image

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i cant put mine at the moment- i think it would be all @~*:@* out lol
but i love the word biscuit
it even sounds crunchy
I think my favourite word has to be ,,,,,,, bed ,,, as I love to get some sleep!
So I'm only allowed to pick one? Image

Doover. Its not a real word. Its a replacement for proper words;
e.g. "could you get me the doover... you know what I mean! The black ones!"
"Your shoes?"
"Yes!!"
I love the word BASTARDISE, It means to take something apart and put it back in a different order - I think, I try and use it a lot at work, raises some eyebrows as well I can tell you!!!!