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Decapitated Soul
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English alternative of 'hungry of eyes'

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Why is the prefix "Trans" shortened to "X"?

52 votes

Why does "signature" have a "g" sound but "sign" doesn't?

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Was the word that is now considered a slur against Japanese people ever considered simply a standard, neutral demonym?

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What is the P in 'nope' called?

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WhAt iS tHiS kINd oF caPiTaLiSAtIOn cAlLeD? - random capitalisation or intermittent capitalisation

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Word or idiom for 'when someone does something according to the regulation'

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Deciphering two words from their Archaic spellings

36 votes

What is Middle English for 'Hello'?

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What's the word for an unused, enclosed space between two apartment buildings?

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Saying or expression for "behave or f... off"

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Is there a word for "all but the first one"?

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Is there a term for a child born after the death of its sibling?

28 votes

What's the word for someone who knows what you need in advance?

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Word or intuitive neologism for "(unhealthy) infatuation with gold"

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Word for repairing something in a way that changes its function

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What's a positive word to describe happily stumbling around on a pleasant afternoon, accomplishing nothing in particular?

24 votes

Is there a single word for an idea that receives acceptance not due to approval, but because opposing it is risky?

20 votes

What is “a place with a lot of wind“ called in English?

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A word to describe the quality of a system or process continuing to work well as complexity increases?

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Idiom for players / employees that proved to be more talented than expected

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Hoose meaning house?

17 votes

Why do some words with similar meanings sound similar as well?

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Why did the F of "sneeze" and "snore" change to an S in English history?

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A saying similar to "playing whack-a-mole"

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Why is ‘prejudice’ syllabified as Prej-u-dice?

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Why "thine heart" but "thy whole heart"?

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Formal or polite alternative for "f***ing around"

14 votes

Why were Scottish & Irish names once rendered with apostrophes instead of "Mac" or "Mc"

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Does [z] + [j] equal [ ʒ ]?

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