Tuesday, May 24, 2011

List of Long Words And their Meanings

List of Long Words and their Meanings.

long words and meanings
A
Ablutophobia: Fear of washing or having a bath.
Automatonophobia: One having fear about dummies, animatronic creature, statues of wax.
Autotonsorialist: A person who cuts his own hair.
Arachibutyrophobia: One having fear about peanut butter sticking to the mouth roof.
Automysophobia: A person who has a fear of getting dirty.
B
Batrachophagous: A person who eats frogs.
Ballistocardiograph: An instrument which is used to detect body. movememnts caused by heartbeats.
Blandiloquence: A flattery or complimentary speech.
Brachydactylous: Having short and blunt fingers.
Bathythermograph: An instrument that is used for recording water temperature as compared to depth.
C
Cacodemomania: It is a pathological belief that one is inhabited by an evil spirit.
Caesaropapism: A secular ruler having control of the church.
Catapedamania: Having an obsession with jumping from high places.
Cheiloproclitic: One who is attracted to lips.
Chronosynchronicity: Presenting a persons life in all the stages through a single piece of art.
D
Dendrochronology: The study of tree rings.
Deorsumversion: Turning downwards.
Dermatoglyphics: It is the study of fingerprints and skin patterns.
Dolichocephalic: Long-headed.
Dysmorphophobia: Having fear of physical deformities.
E
Ellogofusciouhipoppokunurious: Good.
Electroencephalograph: An instrument for measuring the brain's electrical impulses.
Epiphenomenalism: Doctrine that mental processes are epiphenomena of brain activity.
Electrodynamometer: An instrument for measuring electrical current.
Electroencephalogram: A graphical record of electrical activity of the brain.
F
Floccinaucinihilipilification: Setting at little or no value.
Fantasticalness: The quality of being fantastic.
Flagelliferous: Bearing a whip or flagellum.
Fibriophobia: Having fear of fever.
Frumentaceous: Resembling wheat or other grain.
G
Gynotikolobomassophile: One nibbling on women's earlobes.
Germanophilia: The love or fondness for Germany or for the Germans.
Gluconeogenesis: Production of glucose from non-carbohydrates.
Graminivorous: Feeding on grass or cereals.
Grammaticaster: A piddling grammarian.
H
Haematogenesis: Production of blood.
Haussmannize: To open out or to rebuild.
Helioseismology: A study of sun's interior by observing its surface oscillations.
Honorificabilitudinity: Honorableness.
Hydrometeorology: The study of atmospheric moisture.
I
Iatromathematics: Archaic practice of medicine in conjunction with astrology.
Ichthyophagous: Fish-eating.
Immunopathology: A study of immunity to disease.
Interramification: Interweaving of branches.
Incomprehensibleness: Impossible to know or fathom.
J
Juglandaceous:Liking or pertaining to walnuts.
Japanophobia- Fear of Japanese.
Juglandaceous: Liking or pertaining to walnuts.
Japanophilia: Love or admiration for Japan or the Japanese.
K
Kakorrhaphiophobia: Having fear of failure.
Kephalonomancy: Divination using a baked ass's head.
Katathermometer: Instrument for measuring the cooling power of air.
Kosmikophobia: Having fear of cosmic phenomenon.
Keraunophobia (or Ceraunophobia): Fear of lighting and thunder.
L
Logizomechanophobia: Having fear of computers.
Libanotophorous: Producing incense.
lepidopterology: A study about butterflies and moths.
lautenclavicymbel: Lute harpsichord with gut strings.
latitudinarianism: Doctrine of broad liberality in religious belief or conduct.
M
Medomalacuphobia: Fear of losing an erection.
Macrocephalous: Having a large head.
Margaritomancy: Divination using pearls.
Maschalephidrosis: Massive sweating of the armpits.
Micropalaeontology: Is a study of microscopic fossils.
N
Nucleomituphobia: Fear of nuclear weapons.
Neopharmaphobia: Fear of new drugs.
Nyctohylophobia: Fear of dark wooded areas or of forests at night.
Nigroglobulate: The act of excluding someone by a negative vote or veto.
Neurophysiologically: The branch of physiology that deals with the functions of the nervous system.
O
Oneirogmophobia: Fear of wet dreams.
Ophthalmophobia: Fear of being stared at.
Otorhinolaryngology: It is a study of ear, nose and throat.
Orphanotrophism: Care and support of orphans.
Ophthalmoscope: Instrument for viewing the interior of the eye.
P
Paraskavedekatriaphobia: Fear of Friday the 13th.
Palaeoanthropology: The study of early humans.
Penecontemporaneous: Of geological processes occurring immediately after deposition.
Pneumatophilosophy: Philosophy of spirits or the spirit world.
Podobromhydrosis: Smelly feet.
Q
Quadragesimarian: One who observes Lent.
Quomodocunquize: Making money in any possible way.
Quoddamodotative: Existing in a certain manner.
Quinquagenarian: Person between the ages of 50 and 59.
Quasquicentennial: One hundred twenty-fifth anniversary.


R
Rhabdophobia: Fear of being severely punished or beaten by a rod, or of being severely criticized.
Radiometeorograph: An instrument for measuring atmospheric conditions at high altitude.
Rhinotillexomania: Compulsive nose picking.
Representationalism: Doctrine that ideas rather than external objects are basis of knowledge.
Radappertization: Treatment of food with ionizing radiation to kill bacteria.
S
Siderodromophobia: Fear of trains, railroads or train travel.
Spermatophobia or Spermophobia: The fear of germs.
Sacramentarianism: Belief that sacraments have unusual properties.
Spectroheliokinematograph: Camera for taking pictures of the sun.
Sphygmomanometer: An instrument for measuring arterial blood pressure.
T
Telephonophobia: Fear of telephones.
Theologicophobia: Fear of theology.
Triskaidekaphobia: Fear of the number 13.
Thanatognomonic: Indicating or characteristic of death.
Theophilanthropism: Love of both God and humanity.
Triboluminescence: Emission of light caused by friction.
U
Ultramicroscope: An instrument for viewing extremely small objects.
Umbraculiform: Shaped like an umbrella.
Ubiquitarianism: Belief that Christ is everywhere.
Unconsentaneous: Not in agreement.
V
Venustraphobia: Fear of beautiful women.
Verminophobia: Fear of germs.
Vitricophobia: Fear of step-father.
Volumenometer: An instrument for measuring volume of a solid.
Voicespondence: Correspondence by means of recorded oral messages.
W
Walloonphobia: Fear of the Walloons.
Whereinsoever: In whatsoever respect or place.
Weatherometer: Instrument for measuring weather-resisting properties of paint.
X
Xenodocheionology: Love of hotels.
Xanthophobia: Fear of the color yellow or the word yellow.
Xenoglossophobia: Fear of foreign languages.
Xeroradiography: Process for taking permanent pictures of X-ray images.
Xanthocyanopsy: Form of color-blindness in which only blue and yellow can be distinguished.
Y
Yogibogeybox: Materials used by a spiritualist.
Yarborough: Hand of cards containing no card above nine.
Yarnwindle: Tool for winding yarn into a ball.
Yeomanette: Old term for a female yeoman in the American naval reserve.
Yttriferous: Bearing yttrium.
Z
Zemmiphobia: Fear of the great mole rat.
Zalambdodont: Having molar teeth with V-shaped ridges.
Zeusophobia: Fear of God or gods.
Zenzizenzizenzic: Eighth power of a number.
Zeugmatography: Imaging using nuclear magnetic resonance to study soft tissue.
Zalambdodont: Having molar teeth with V-shaped ridges.

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