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The foppotee who was thought to be an ephydriad was actually a divinipotent nepheliad.
"dodrantal adj 1656 -1883 of nine inches in length The male stripper`s dodrantal instrument impressed the ladies greatly."
what? i use this all the time. "i love to circumbilivagate my desk at school."
Kexy is sexy!
and im thinking these words arent modern english if nobody really uses them.
Being taken from the 17th and 18th centuries I would imagine the differences between English in the US and UK would not have diverged too much at that time.
Then again, you still had incredibly diverse regional dialects throughout the UK then and presumably elsewhere, which is where I`d imagine many of these words would have come from.
However, some of them are still in use and I do see them occasionally.
And yeah, interesting list, but some of those ARE still used!
Shame some are hard to pronounce though.