GigglePEDIA Every generation creates its own terms as a way of expressing themselves or the times they live in. So, as our world changes, words come and go. Below are some words that have either been lost in time, or are very seldom used. They all look and sound a bit weird, which also makes them fun!

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Glossary O  Obambulate:  Wander about.

 Octiron:  A metal (fictional) that is unaffected by anything except magic.

 Octothorpe:  On the telephone keypad or keyboard it is the # symbol; also called the pound symbol, number sign, hash or crosshatch.

 Oggannition:  Snarling or growling.

 Oleaginous:  Oily and greasy -- more so a person; excessive and false earnestness; ingratiating.

 Oligosyllable:  A word of fewer than four syllable.

 Ombrifuge:  A shelter from rain.

 Omophagy:  The eating of raw food, especially raw meat.

 Oneirocritical:  An adjective to describe a person who is an expert at dream interrpretations.

 Ooglification:  To substitute an "OO" sound for another vowel sound to make a regular English word into a slang word or to make a slang word even more slangier. An example: Detroit turns into Detroot.

 Orcast:  Poverty; indigence.

 Oredelf:  The right to dig minerals; the digging of ore. An obsolete legal term.

 Orgulous:  Proud or haughty.

 Ostrobogulous:  Bizarre, unusual or interesting.

 Otacust:  An eavesdropper; spy. From Greek meaning "ear" and "listener."

 Oultrepreu:  Extremely brave.

 Oxter:  This is your armpit.

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