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Not as long as your number 3., but quite interesting because it means "fear of long words". It's a bit of a slap in the face if you happen to suffer from this particular phobia and find that the word to describe it is long enough to actually trigger the phobia in question
"This Welsh town actually exists and its name translates as - The church of St. Mary in the hollow of white hazel trees near the rapid whirlpool by St. Tysilio's of the red cave"
by Real, I should have defined as dictionary recognized. Your place name is real (although is often abbreviated) but not dictionary recognized.
But with some explanation, the obvious may not be the best.
The Greek entry, a name for a food dish in in of Aristophanes' comedies.
I knew that off by heart and didn't look it up on Google - honest
Possibly not in the dictionary, but it's a chemical name for Tobacco Mosaic Virus, Dahlemense Strain.
HAHAHAHAH awesome, lets just hope it doesn't spread like swine flu
I think by the time the doctor has diagnosed it and is saying what it is you may die of boredom before the last syllable.
See I told my fellow scrabble players it was a real word.
I think it's anti-dis-establishment-arianism (without the hyphens ) and I hope I spelt it right - because it is long and because it is a word that means well... something... I can't remember right now ( maybe I'll look it up tomorrow )
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