Words & Wordplay Questions and Answers

  • what is the meaning of gentleman?
  • what is the meaning of honor?
  • what is the meaning of Introspection?
  • what is the meaning of life, i'm serious?
  • what is the meaning of mocking bird?
  • what is the meaning of mother's maiden name?
  • What is the meaning of novacaine?
  • what is the meaning of play?
  • what is the meaning of the abbreviation O.K.? is it acctually an abbreviation?
  • What is the meaning of the expression, "saw whipped"?
  • what is the meaning of this Germany word " Gesundheit "?
  • what is the meaning of Tina?its a name of one of my friend but she doesnt know the meaning?
  • What is the meaning of...?
  • what is the meaning&full name of SOS?
  • what is the medical term for blue balls?
  • What is the most commonly mispronounced word?
  • what is the most difficult word to pronounce?
  • what is the most poisionous spider known to man.?
  • What is the most random word you can think of right now?
  • What is the name for this punctuation mark "..."?
  • What is the name for types of words that have different accepted pronounciations (i.e gi-ro is also ear-o).?
  • what is the name given to someone who talk when sleeping?
  • what is the name of the horse on the wyoming state license plate?
  • What is the one word in the english language that is always spelt incorrectly?
  • what is the origen of the verb "shank"?
  • What is the origin of the English word Avatar?
  • What is the origin of the phrase "to pay through the nose"?
  • What is the origin of the phrase, "drunken sailor"?
  • What is the origin of the word "who". It is now wrongly replaced with "that" when referring to a person/s.
  • what is the origin of the word O.K.?
  • what is the origin of the work O.K.?
  • What is the origin of this phrase?
  • what is the plural form of staff and stuff? thanks?
  • What is the plural of software?
  • What is the plural of the word "status"?
  • What is the plural of the word man-of-war?
  • What is the term for words with letters that repeat? Like the Japanese words: madamada, chibichibi, kirikiri.?
  • what is the term given to someone who understands a lot of languages?
  • what is the word "compromising"?
  • What is the word (OK) the abbrevation form of?
  • What is the word for "the day after tomorrow" and "the day before yesterday"?
  • What is the word for someone that believes anything you to tell them?
  • what is the word in English for "Talking to self" ?
  • what is the word that means to force someone to do something against their will?
  • what is this ; called?
  • what is tree concentraction?
  • What is up with "LIKE"?
  • what is yahoo?
  • What is your best made-up word and definition of that word?
  • What is your favorite BIG word? and define it for us...?
  • what is your favorite number and color ?
  • What is your favorite oxymoron?
  • What is your favorite palindrome?
  • What is your favorite tongue twister? Mine is...?
  • What is your favorite word for each letter of the alphabet?
  • What is your favorite word in the English language.?
  • What is your favorite word?
  • what is your favourite fiction book of all time?
  • what is your favourite word and why?
  • what Is your opinion about IRAN?
  • What makes English so famous?
  • what means pardon the pun?
  • what means ward Scorpene?
  • What mis-usage of language most irritates you?
  • What phrase would you like removed from our culture?
  • what phrases make you crazy? i cant stand "no worrys" or "per se" what makes you cringe?
  • What popular sayings can you think of that do not make sense?
  • what rhymes with orange?
  • what rhymes with orange?
  • What sounds better for poem:We had a bond never broken, that only two sisters could share or "unbreakable bond
  • What term can you create which describes someone NOT interested in falling in love ?
  • What the heck is 42?
  • What the hell's a 'whatnot'?
  • What the meaning of achievement?
  • what the word for "history" in german language?
  • What three words are used most frequently in spoken English?
  • what three words in english,end in gry?
  • What was first there, the chuck or the egg?
  • What will morning newspapers carry the morning after a day no news happened?
  • what word do I use in order to replace the passive verb "is" with an active verb?
  • What word ends with -gry besides angry and hungry?
  • what word has the most words that rhyme with it?
  • What word means that once you become aware of something, you suddenly notice that thing everywhere?
  • What word that let me speak as myself and the "other" at the same time. Is it Thou, Thy, Thee?
  • what words can be made from these letters? aeiiillmnr?
  • What words did the dictionary spell rong?
  • What words do you absolutely hate the sound of?
  • what words end in 'gry'?
  • What words make you want to laugh when you hear them?
  • What would happen if you shoot an arrow 90 degree straight upward?
  • what would u rather choose and why??
  • whate is the meaning of Phd. degree?
  • what's "Ditto"?
  • What's a Freudian Slip? Give me an Example?
  • what's a peon?
  • What's a single word for when you have a momentary lapse of judgement?
  • whats caind mean?
  • What's correct: "tying" a tie, or "knotting" a tie? Or neither?
  • what's stereotype and double standard?
  • What's the adverb?
  • whats the best way to cook an egg?
  • Whats the best way to increase vocabulary in a short period of time?
  • what's the capital of thailand?
  • Whats the definition of a prep?
  • Whats the difference between "murder","killing" and "assassination"?
  • What's the difference between a LAWYER and a BARRISTER?
  • What's the difference between a split infinitive and a gerund modifier?
  • what's the difference between an obstacle and a challenge?
  • What's the difference between apprehension and comprehension?
  • What's the difference between implode & explode?
  • What's the difference between 'say', 'tell' and 'speak'?
  • whats the longest word in the dictionary?
  • whats the meaning of Agility?
  • What's the meaning of D.C. in Washington D.C.?
  • What's the word in English for "music I can't get out of my head"?
  • What's Wrong with These Set of Words?
  • whats your definition of a Jerk?
  • When a person says "it´s all downhill from here", does that mean it gets better or worse?
  • when a person tells you to be on your P's and Q's what does the P and the Q stand for?
  • when do I use Affect vs Effect in a sentence?
  • when do I use There or Their?
  • When do i use this " ; "?
  • When do you use "that" and "which" in academic writing?
  • When do you use 'might' and when do you use 'may'?
  • When is it necessary place a comma before the word "because"?
  • When should a person use which instead of that?
  • When should an apostrophe s be used when name ends in "s" or "z" to show possessive case?
  • when should one use the word 'amongst' as against 'among' in the english language?
  • when using an vs a in a sentence what is the rule?
  • When using the words "stress" and "pressure", is there any differnce? Is one more urgent than the other?
  • when we have a problem,what is the first things,that you will think?
  • When you answer a question, do you really have to correct my splleing?
  • When you say a word aloud repeatedly, it seems to lose its meaning. Is there a name for this effect?
  • When you wear glasses, do you wear them or do they wear you?
  • when you're the one left holding the bag, what's in the bag?
  • where can i find a short story with dialogue in ot?
  • Where did the dollar go?
  • where did the expression "egg on your face" come from?
  • Where did the Humpty Dumpty nursery rhyme originate? What's it mean?
  • Where did the phrase "Happy Camper" come from, and where did it go?
  • Where did the phrase "holy snapping arsenals" come from?
  • Where did the phrase "ok" come from?
  • Where did the phrase "You are such a ham." come from?
  • Where did the saying "all good things must end" originate ??
  • where did the saying o.k. or OK come from?
  • Where did the term "bootleg" originate?
  • Where did the term "Goosebumps" orginate?
  • Where did the term "on the bubble" originate?
  • Where did the term "roger" (for pilots) originate?
  • where did the term square meal orginate and what does it mean?
  • Where did the word "OK" came from? Is it from the greek phrase "Ola Kala" which means "everything is fine"?
  • Where did the word "Yahtzee" come from?
  • Where do nick names come from ie peg for margaret, dick for richard, jack for john etc..?
  • where does "ok" come from?
  • Where does the expression "that's OK" come from and what did it originally mean?
  • Where does the R come from in Mrs?
  • where does the term "boo" (ie. my boo) come from?
  • Where does the term "Hobo" come from? (transient with hankerchief tied onto the end of a stick Hobo)
  • Where does the term "shotgun wedding" come from?
  • where does the term mad as a hatter? derive?
  • Where does the word "cocktail" come from?
  • where I can find alphabatic games for montessori kids?
  • Where on the internet can I find the essay , The Awakening?
  • Where we use would exactly? What is the difference b/w would and could?
  • Where's Waldo?
  • Which door will 'YOU' choose??*read more*?
  • Which is better grammar: "Suffice to say" or "suffice it to say"?
  • Which is correct -- "He is smarter than me," or "He is smarter than I." ?
  • Which is correct when describing someone laying down: layed or lied?
  • Which is correct, "dammit" or "damnit"?
  • Which is correct, grammatically speaking? Will you people ever stop? OR Will you people never stop?
  • Which is correct...OK or Okay?
  • Which is correct: "an white dog" or "a white dog" ?
  • Which is correct: "this helped to harmonize" or "this helped harmonize" - know a 'help/to' grammer source?
  • Which is correct? "Give that to Tom and I." or "Give that to Tom and me."?
  • Which is correct? "He is better than me." or "He is better than I (am)."?
  • Which is grammatically correct: "The Lord IS risen." or "The Lord HAS risen."?
  • Which is proper grammar I am sunburned or I am sunburnt?
  • Which is the correct expression?
  • Which is the english word having two completely opposite meanings?
  • which is the longest word in english language & its meaning?
  • which is the longest word in the english...?
  • which is the most difficult word to spell?
  • which one is correct .EXPLAIN according to grammar rules?--"I didnt get/got the notice".?
  • Which one is right?
  • Which question "have no answer ??
  • Which sounds better grammatically, "automatically approved" or "approved automatically"?
  • Which word do you have some trouble pronouncing?
  • Which word is longest in English?
  • Which word is the correct one?
  • Which words in the english language ends in "gry"? I was told years ago there are only 3.?
  • Who can add letters to the alphabet? Who determined 26 letters were enough?
  • who can list me all the msn abbreviations that they know?
  • Who can make the most words out of "strawberry?"?
  • who do you think are the smartest people in the world? why?
  • who is guru?
  • who knows how to speak pig latin?is there a such thing?if so give me examples?
  • Who knows such sentences:?
  • Who knows what the word 'lagniappe' means?
  • Who or whom? "I don't know who to ask." --or-- "I don't know whom to ask."?
  • who paly an important role in the development of child?
  • Who taught the majority of people on this website to spell and form questions? Your grammar is terrible!?
  • Who wants another ad-lib?
  • who wants to play a game?
  • who was the tallest man in the world ?How old was that ?Where was that from ?When that one died?
  • Who would like to change the spelling of Wednesday?
  • Wht's the different between "Effective & Efficient" & wht do u think, wht r u?
  • Why "lukewarm"?? Why not "john-warm" or anything else?
  • why are animal crackers called that when they are a cookie?
  • Why are flammable and inflammable the same thing?
  • Why are so many days of the week named after Norse Gods?
  • Why are so many of the questions written with misspelled words?
  • Why are so many people such poor spellers?
  • why are some phrases in interviews or quotes wrapped in brackets[]?
  • why are some teachers so unfair? instead of encouraging their students, they want them to feel down,,...?
  • Why are there SO MANY spelling errors on this site, especially with the availability of spell check?
  • Why are wood scraps that are burned for heating sometimes referred to as "hog fuel"?
  • Why are you reading my question? Don't you have anything better to do : )?
  • Why can't anyone on Yahoo answers spell?
  • why did world ear two start?
  • Why do americans say 'college' when they typically mean 'university'?
  • Why do doctors say "stat" instead of something like "right away?"?
  • Why do FEET smell (smelling feet) n NOSE runs (running nose)?
  • Why do most self-proclaimed intellectuals really like to use the word fodder?
  • Why do news reports have the word (sic) occasionally on them?
  • Why do people call it an ATM machine, but they know it's really saying Automated Teller Machine Machine?
  • Why do people find it impossible to use correct spelling?
  • Why do people misspell so indiscriminately?
  • Why do people say "going to the bathroom" when referring to babies and animals, which obviously do not do that
  • Why do people say 'pardon my french' when they cuss?
  • Why do people say, "A hot cup of coffee"?
  • Why do people say, "you've been working like a dog" when dogs just sit around all day?
  • Why do people use apostrophes when pluralizing words?
  • Why do people use e=mc^2 as a "smart" example?
  • Why do people use such bad spelling and grammer when they post things online?
  • Why do so many people misspell the easiest words?
  • Why do some people feel the need to put multiple question marks at the end of their question?
  • why do the days of the week start with a capital letter?
  • Why do the English pronounce the river Thames like Tems?
  • Why do they call front seat shotgun?
  • Why do we drive on a parkway, but park on a driveway?
  • Why do we have words like dishonest (and not "unhonest") and unhappy (and not "dishappy")?
  • Why do we park on a driveway and, drive on a parkway?
  • Why do we say "allo" when receiving a phone call?
  • Why do we use "a uniform","a university",not "an uniform","an university"
  • why do you put the word "an" in front of only some words that start with an "h"?
  • why does everyone use 'of' instead of 'with' these days?
  • why does hitler hates jews?
  • Why does it mean this slang?
  • Why does my co-worker keep saying "riddle me this"?
  • Why does the English language have such unphonetic spelling?
  • Why doesn't anyone know that A LOT is two words?
  • Why doesn't somebody tell our President that the word is pronounced nook-lee-er and NOT nook-U-ler.?
  • Why don't people know how to spell or use the word THEIR properly?
  • Why has there been an increase in the number of people that are inept when it comes to grammar?
  • Why in English language Eragh is "Iraq" ? English-speaking people may thought Iran and Eragh are relatives !
  • Why is "importantly" being used so much these days?
  • Why is "jockeying" sometimes spelled "jockeyeing"?
  • Why is "UP" positive and "DOWN" negative?
  • Why is BIG such a small word?
  • Why is Houston Texas pronounced ("heewston") but Houston street in new york pronounced ("howston")?
  • Why is it better to say "AN hour" than " a hour"? "An" follows a vowel, but "hour" doesn't start with a vowel.
  • Why is it that over half of the population do not understand that "a" and "lot" are two separate words.
  • Why is it that people say they "slept like a baby" when babies wake up like every two hours?
  • Why is it when I ask these questions on here I get bunches of answers in the first ten minutes then nothing.?
  • Why is it..?
  • why is my score going lower when i ask a quesstion?
  • Why is overhearing called Eavesdropping?
  • Why is saying "that that happened" improper grammar?
  • why is sometimes advise written as 'advice'?
  • Why is swearing bad? Isn't it just a matter of cultural context?
  • Why is the english language so grammatically difficult? ie: why does Knife start with K, or pseudo with p?
  • Why is the general level of spelling so poor?
  • Why is the grammar so terrible on Yahoo Answers?
  • why is the 'p' silent in pronouncing words like psychology,pneumatics,pseudo etc.,?
  • Why is the saying "I before E except after C" false and why do people say it?
  • why is the sky blue?
  • Why is the word Fillipino spelled with an F but Phillipines is spelled with a Ph?
  • Why is the word 'nuts' used to mean 'crazy' or 'insane'? How did such usage originate?
  • Why is the word pound (as in weight) abbreviated as 'lbs'?
  • why is the world around?
  • Why is there so much horrible grammar and spelling on this site (and others)?
  • Why isn't the number 11 pronounced onety one?
  • Why should English be used in schools instead of foreign languages?
  • why we use silent characters before Knife, know etc.? In short why we use silent characters in english.?
  • Will you fill in the blanks for me?
  • WORD GAME: I will leave a word here and suggest another word that begins where I end my own word.?
  • word list memorizing game?
  • word that ryms with outside?
  • words and phrases on fire?
  • words ending at gry viz angry/hungry/tell me 3rd?
  • words ending in "ol"?
  • words ending with oy?
  • wot th fkk is a gerund??
  • Would you please tell me what does "second-guessing" mean. I hear it very often in American English.
  • You know which word is Longer in World ?
  • you thoughts on putting video camers in high schools?
  • Your favorite OXYMORON ?
  • ¿Why do spaniards need an inverted question mark at the beginning to know a question follows?
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