All terms in this list:
abacinate: To blind by holding a red-hot metal rod or plate before the eyes
abderian: Given to laughter; inclined to foolish or incessant merriment.
abecedarian: One who is learning the alphabet; hence, a tyro.
abligurition: Prodigal expense for food.
accubation: The act or posture of reclining on a couch, as practiced by the ancients at meals.
adoxography: Good writing on a minor subject.
agelast: one who never laughs; a mirthless person
agerasia: An outward appearance more youthful than one's true age
agraffe: A clasp consisting of a hook which fastens on to a ring.
autolatry: The worship of oneself.
bathykolpian: deep bosomed.
blandiloquent: Describing mild, flattering speech
borborygmus: A rumbling sound made by the movement of gas in the intestines heard from a distance.
brevirostrate: Short-beaked; having a short bill.
bromidrosis: Fetid or foul-smelling perspiration. Also called osmidrosis.
cachinnation: Convulsive, loud laughter.
cacoethes: compulsion; mania
charientism: A figure of speech wherein a taunting expression is softened by a jest; an insult veiled in grace.
cheiloproclitic: having an erotic attraction to a person's lips
cruciverbalist: A person who constructs crosswords
dactylonomy: The use of one's fingers to express numbers.
decubitis: Inflammations cause by a reclined position of the body; it often refers to the complications of bed-ridden patients such as bed sores.
defenestrate: To eject or throw (someone or something) from a window.
dehisce: To burst or split open at definite places, discharging seeds, or pollen, or other contents, as the ripe pods of some plants.
dephlogisticate: To take away the phlogiston, i.e. ability to burn, which is now understood to be chemically impossible
emunction: The act of blowing one's nose.
farctate: The state of having overeaten.
filipendulous: Suspended by, or strung upon, a thread; said of tuberous swellings in the middle or at the extremities of slender, threadlike rootlets.
floccinaucinihilipilification: The act or habit of describing or regarding something as worthless.
gambrinous: Drunk; full of beer.
gongoozler: Someone who gongoozles (who watches boats go by, or stands by and watches things without participating.)
gossypiboma: A gauze or surgical sponge left inside a patient's body during surgery.
gowpen: A bowl made of two hands cupped together.
hippopotomonstrosesquipedalian: Of or pertaining to extremely long words.
honorificabilitudinitatibus: The state of being able to achieve honours
inaniloquent: Tending to speak profusely; loquacious; garrulous
jentacular: Of or pertaining to a breakfast taken early in the morning, or immediately on getting up.
jumentous: Of, relating to, or smelling like horse urine.
lethologica: The inability to remember the correct word.
maledicent: ((archaic)) one who enjoys using slanderous language
mallemaroking: carousing on icebound Greenland whaling ships.
mammothrept: a spoilt child
mumpsimus: A person who obstinately adheres to old ways in spite of clear evidence that they are wrong; an ignorant and bigoted opponent of reform.
mytacism: excessive or incorrect use of the letter M
nelipot: ? One without shoes.
nudiustertian: Of the day before yesterday.
onychophagy: the habit of biting one's nails
pandiculation: A stretching and stiffening of the trunk and extremities, as when fatigued and drowsy or on waking, often accompanied by yawning.
petrichor: The scent of rain on earth after a dry spell
prosopography: a study of the individuals in a group of people within a specific context and their relationships
pyknic: A short, thickset person characterised by thick neck, large abdomen and relatively short limbs; a mesomorph.
qualtagh: the first individual a person meets after exiting his or her house
quidnunc: Someone who attempts to know all that happens, but who is not careful of the facts.
sabrage: The opening of a bottle, normally of champagne, by slicing off the bottle's neck with a sabre sword.
scacchic: Of or related to chess
slubberdegullion: A filthy, slobbering person; a sloven, a villain, a fiend, a louse.
sphallolalia: Flirtatious talk that leads nowhere.
tachyphagia: Excessively rapid eating or bolting of food
tarantism: An extreme urge to dance, popularly thought to have been caused by the bite of a tarantula and prevalent in southern Italy in the 15th through 17th centuries.
ulotrichous: Having woolly or crispy hair
ultracrepidarian: Of a critic, giving opinions on something beyond his or her knowledge.
usufructuary: Of or pertaining to a usufruct.
ventripotent: Having a big belly.
xerophagy: A restrictive diet (of bread and water, for example) as a punishment or religious form of discipline.
xylopolist: A seller or purveyor of fine woods.
yclept: Called, named.