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Of all words in the English language, which is your favorite, and why?

  1. Epsilon5 profile image84
    Epsilon5posted 8 years ago

    Of all words in the English language, which is your favorite, and why?

  2. Philip Bradbury profile image58
    Philip Bradburyposted 8 years ago

    Malamaroking ... because no one knows what it means.

  3. Galadriel Arwen profile image73
    Galadriel Arwenposted 8 years ago

    “Yes” – This word is the answer that elicits the most positive of all responses from all ages in response to most questions. It sends joy to the spirit of the one receiving the answer and the sender because of the smile they see.

  4. SimeyC profile image96
    SimeyCposted 8 years ago

    Honor - it's the way I try and live life, and something I respect intensely. It's something that is sadly missing from life these days.

  5. theageofcake profile image68
    theageofcakeposted 8 years ago

    I've always favored the word "malleable."  Partially because I like how it rolls off the tongue, and partially because I think malleability (or adaptability) is the mark of an intelligent mind... Yep.

  6. Sue Adams profile image97
    Sue Adamsposted 8 years ago

    My favourite English word is "Happy". Why? Find out on my hub on linguistic discoveries:

    http://hubpages.com/hub/I-am-so-happy

    Sue

  7. pinkboxer profile image60
    pinkboxerposted 7 years ago

    Incredible. This word conveys a sense of high energy, wonder, and imagination. Growing up in the era of space exploration and the original Star Trek , this word has always been special to me. I am always seeking to find the extraordinary!

  8. Saree Anderson profile image60
    Saree Andersonposted 7 years ago

    Love. Simply stated, to me it is the word with the most emotion behind it, when truly spoken. It is also a beautiful word in every language...

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    jambo87posted 7 years ago

    Defenestration.  Not only does it sound hilarious, it means "the act of throwing someone or something out a window".  I learned it in a high school Spanish class when my teacher used its Spanish cognate "defenestratar".  Look up the article on wikipedia about the Great Defenestration of Prague.  What a brilliant way to for citizens to show their discontent.

  10. NikenDiana profile image55
    NikenDianaposted 7 years ago

    :: L.O.V.E and P.E.A.C.E ::

    i dream that only love and peace are exist on this Earth..
    no more war..people killin' each other...no more cries..no more misery...no more hunger...

  11. Doc Snow profile image94
    Doc Snowposted 7 years ago

    "Now."

    Its sound reflects its meaning quite beautifully--and its meaning encompasses everything that's truly ours.

  12. Twins Mum profile image68
    Twins Mumposted 7 years ago

    I do like "butterfly".  It just sounds lovely to me.

  13. Syra Mhbed profile image85
    Syra Mhbedposted 7 years ago

    mindbogglingly- I first came across it in Douglas Adams' famous Hitchhiker's series, and ever since I'm mad about it:D

  14. skisy profile image83
    skisyposted 7 years ago

    "Awesome" because it's just so...eh, awesome! Granted the usage of the word has altered a great deal, but language is not a static thing, it constantly develops and evolves. I don't know why but I just seem to say the word a lot, therefore I think it is a great word, and don't know what I'd do without it =p

 
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