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Vocabulary development; Learn new words

Do you know?
— The condition of having troubles with getting out of bed in the morning is called dysania.
— The dot over an i or j is called tittle.
— The cry of a new born baby is called vagitus.
— The prongs on a fork are called tines.
— The pleasant smell that accompanies the first rain, after a long period of warm, dry weather is called petrichor.
— The space between your eyebrows is called glabella.
— The metallic device used in measuring feet at shoe stores is called Bannock device.
— The sick feeling that is felt after eating or drinking too much is called
crapulence.
— Unreadable handwriting is called griffonage.
— The armholes in clothes, where sleeves are sown, is called armscye.
— When an explanation mark is combined with a question mark (!?), it’s called interrobang.
— The wired cage that holds the cork in a bottle of champagne, is called a agraffe.
— The tiny toe or finger is called minimus.
— The space between your nostrils, is called columella nasi.
— The “na na na” and “la la la” which don’t really have any meaning in lyrics of songs are called vocables.
— The plastic or metallic coatings at the end of shoe lases is called aglet.
— The light that is seen when you close your eyes and press them with your hands is called phosphenes.
— The rumbling of stomach is called wamble.
— The day after tomorrow is called overmorrow.
— The tiny plastic table, placed in the middle of a pizza box is called a box tent.
— There’s actually a yellow watermelon.

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