Weirdest words in English

English is a language full of surprises, and sometimes, even native speakers can come across words that leave them scratching their heads. From archaic terms to strange-sounding words, here are the weirdest words in the English language.

This mouthful of a word refers to the act of throwing someone or something out of a window. It comes from the Latin word "fenestra," meaning "window."

Defenestration

This tongue-twister of a word refers to the use of long words, and ironically, it's one of the longest words in the English language.

Hippopotomonstroses-quipedalianism

Another mouthful, this word refers to the act of describing something as worthless or unimportant.

Floccinaucinihilipilific-ation

A flibbertigibbet is a frivolous or flighty person, often used to describe someone who talks too much.

Flibbertigibbet

An ultracrepidarian is someone who speaks or gives opinions beyond their expertise or knowledge.

Ultracrepidarian

A blatherskite is a person who talks excessively or nonsensically.

Blatherskite

Kerfuffle is a word that is used to describe a commotion or fuss that is caused by a minor disagreement or misunderstanding.

Kerfuffle

Brouhaha is another word that is used to describe a noisy and overexcited response to something that is often trivial or unimportant.

Brouhaha

Lollygag means to spend time aimlessly, often in a lazy or idle manner.

Lollygag

Widdershins is a word that means to move in a counterclockwise direction, or to go against the usual way of doing things.

Widdershins

Snollygoster is a word that is used to describe a shrewd or unprincipled person, especially a politician.

Snollygoster

Flapdoodle is a term that is used to describe nonsense or foolish talk.

Flapdoodle

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