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Worst word in english language
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Finland 0lter 
In my opinion has to be cinematograhy I mean why you need to add that useless "to" in the middle so annoying cinemagraphy much better flow but no some dude liked "to" so it was left in. What a bunch of idiots making these words
2020-04-02 03:24
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#1
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Canada sexiestuser 
dude its 3:30 am in finland dont you have anything else to do
2020-04-02 03:26
#3
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Finland 0lter 
No man
2020-04-02 03:27
the worst word in english is worst
2020-04-04 12:00
#17
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Finland 0lter 
Also its 4:30 lmao
2020-04-02 03:43
#102
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China KoreanFan 
Oof.
2020-04-03 09:46
worst words in finnish are basically every word :) kielesi on käsittämätön, näyttää siltä, ​​että puhutessasi sinulla on Downin oireyhtymä
2020-04-02 03:28
#6
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Finland 0lter 
Well if you speak like that then ofc you do which is why nobody does
2020-04-02 03:29
it's google translate
2020-04-02 03:29
#9
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Finland 0lter 
Yea google translate is shit for finnish and also has no idea how people in finland actually speak for example nobody would say "kielesi" or "käsittämätön" like they are used there
2020-04-02 03:33
I trust u on that x) but ur language is awful tho
2020-04-02 03:32
#12
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Finland 0lter 
mb but its very difficult and complex and many people find it beautiful
2020-04-02 03:34
I dont like the language but the country is one of the best so that's balanced +finish are insanely good in english
2020-04-02 03:53
#24
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Finland 0lter 
2020-04-02 04:06
suomi on äääääääyääyäyäyäyäyääyyyääääääääääääyyäääääääääööööööö
2020-04-03 11:44
#33
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United States WindyInu 
putted upperbelt
2020-04-02 05:57
lmao retarded terns
2020-04-02 07:45
#65
K1KA | 
Finland Kivekset 
imagine getting triggered by meme
2020-04-02 15:02
Japanese is like to most misogynist language in the world. For example wife means at the back of the house in japanese.
2020-04-03 17:01
nt I prefer to be misogynist than talking like someone with down syndrome
2020-04-04 02:21
Maybe that's why I fucked so many hairy pussies in your country since you small dick Japanese are so misogynistic.
2020-04-04 15:36
Cinemagraphy would be strange because the stress would be on the "ma" making the cinema in cinemagraphy pronounced differently from cinema sans graphy.
2020-04-02 03:32
#13
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Finland 0lter 
No it wouldnt it would be on ci and it would be said all at same pace
2020-04-02 03:35
#15
United States hdz` 
i think its because its a motion picture, meaning a series of photographs. cinema + motion picture photography = cinematography
2020-04-02 03:43
#19
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Finland 0lter 
I know where it comes from but why they include to in there i dont know. I mean they might as well have just had it "cinemaphotograhy"
2020-04-02 03:45
#16
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Indonesia Exodd 
Discombobulate, I might be a minority here but it just sounds obnoxious man
2020-04-02 03:43
#18
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Finland 0lter 
True should just be discombulate why they need to add little parts in the middle
2020-04-02 03:44
I hate the word obnoxious
2020-04-02 03:54
+1 most people who use the word obnoxious are obnoxious af
2020-04-02 05:53
man, you are not alone
2020-04-02 05:18
why do so many people use "terrific" to describe something enjoyable such as "That was a terrific event" when the word literally means of great size or intensity and sounds way too similar to terrify.
2020-04-02 05:27
#27
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Denmark Zorrondo 
"mosquito"
2020-04-02 05:39
"nowadays" I fucking hated that word since I was kid.
2020-04-02 05:43
Why?
2020-04-03 00:13
Because there are like 20 different ways to say the same thing, and it sounds like slang that doesn't even make sense. Just morphing now and days. Nowa isn't a word though I haven't looked up the history of the word, but it probably derives from American slang (making up English words). Kinda like y'all (I fucking hate that word too)
2020-04-03 00:17
Ok
2020-04-03 00:19
yall is more of a dialectic thing tho, many americans dont use that
2020-04-03 16:53
+1 bad word
2020-04-03 10:05
Worcestshire or however its spelled
2020-04-02 05:46
#30
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Finland Motherlover 
Worst: Moist Best: cool
2020-04-02 05:47
Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicavolcanoconiosis It's a bit long for my taste
2020-04-02 05:54
#151
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Netherlands staticNL 
Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis* (silico instead of silica)* :)
2020-04-03 17:08
My b
2020-04-03 17:32
#34
daps | 
United States wtcce4 
beef, it just sounds so fucking stupid, especially compared to what it is in other languages
2020-04-02 06:04
It's worse in Swedish. It's called nötkött which translates into nut meat.
2020-04-02 14:47
#35
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Indonesia captaindog0 
anyday at night like katy perry "last friday night"
2020-04-02 06:25
#36
Stewie2K | 
China Webna 
obviously i always misspell it as odviosly bc thats closer to its pronunciation
2020-04-02 06:32
#55
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Reunion FakeFrenchie 
I've always pronounced it with a b, personally. I've heard both pronunciations, though.
2020-04-02 08:20
?? ODDLY VS OBVIOUSLY WTF
2020-04-03 09:55
#37
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Europe Vallon3 
Lit.
2020-04-02 06:32
Not at all.
2020-04-02 06:37
Geography, cinematography, Ography Ography Makes sense?
2020-04-02 06:36
no nt though
2020-04-03 09:56
rly sucks 2 be u if it doesn't make sense for u, let me explain like i would explain it for a 5 yr old. 90% of -graphy words actually end with -ography, the few exceptions are -egraphy, -igraphy and all the weird sounding shit like cryptography and cinematography has "to" to make it sound normal. imagine crypgraphy haha
2020-04-03 11:41
ok now I understand you could better have better represented what you meant by saying either: O-graphy or better -o-graphy also you're right, it's a vocal artifice
2020-04-03 16:45
they dont use "to" to make it sound normal they use "to" because all the words u said are of greek origin, so they just copied it from them
2020-04-03 17:41
#161
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Cyprus Swishh_ 
true
2020-04-03 17:43
Fuck
2020-04-02 06:50
0lter
2020-04-02 06:56
All similar pair of words annoying me cuz since I'm not native speaker I'm thinking twice to not make mistake when i use them for example the words expect and except
2020-04-02 06:58
moist
2020-04-02 07:41
definitely is definitely the worst word in the english language
2020-04-02 07:47
#47
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Poland Este 
I find it difficult to say "ciemagraphy" and I find it really easy to say "cinematography". Lol, don't know why. Second one just feels natural and so much better. Everytime I'm trying to say "cinemagraphy" I feel like I'm splitting it into two, making 0.0001 pause for going from cinema to graphy. It feels awful.
2020-04-02 07:48
#49
Potti | 
Greece Ghaspar 
hahahaha oh my god, I'm gonna cry from laughter. We are talking about another level of ignorance. Listen. English language has borrowed each one of its elements from other older languages. In the case you are mentioning , falls into the greek category. Like every language in its own country, the words do make sense for the people there. The same goes for the word "cinemato" and "graphy". They are both greek and they serve a multifunctional purpose in grammar. The same for the word "to" that you are bitching about. It serves a purpose. If we translate the etymological meaning of the syllables, it goes likes this ---> cine (meaning the aesthetic of movement) , mato (meaning the purpose of the movement [to view] and implies the media that follows), graphy (meaning the capturing of the movement in visual memory). If you say "cinemagraphy" , this literally translates into a different word, with the literal meaning of it being "to record the chronicles of social groups", since the synthesis of two words can also alter their independant meaning. Cinema do means cinema like movies but in a synthesis with another word can has different meaning. Let's take another example from the english language. The word "ark" and the word "darkness". Obviously "darkness" word does not contain the meaning of the word "ark" in its meaning. Therefore, instead of changing a word, simply educate yourself further. The more you study , the less you complain.
2020-04-02 08:14
#52
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Latvia TeMMkA 
damn that's smart
2020-04-02 08:16
#57
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Finland petemeister 
We use language a lot more than we study it, so it only makes sense for language to be practical. Of course being structurally consistent is part of being practical, but in many cases being easy to pronounce is even more so.
2020-04-02 08:24
#59
Potti | 
Greece Ghaspar 
yeah, maybe that's the reason we are full of stupid and ignorant people. We have "soften" every corner in society and we have oversimplify the aspects of life that need effort. The role of "standards" (in the practical sense) is not to guide us in blind adjustment but to imply the substance through minimalization. In which case, the meaning has been lost, cause cinemagraphy is a totally different word.
2020-04-02 14:42
#74
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Finland petemeister 
Speaking shouldn't need effort. There is no sense in having to put effort into unnecessary things. Save that effort for actually relevant things. Now, I couldn't care less whether the word is cinematography or cinemagraphy. I merely wanted to point out your, in my opinion, flawed reasoning.
2020-04-02 15:59
#83
Potti | 
Greece Ghaspar 
it is natural to confuse yourself when you lack of critical understanding. Rules in language are not fashion. Did i read right? Unnecessary things the education in grammar? You just proved yourself mate. You are too lazy to care. It's not about the importance of the subject. It is you that you are lazy. Flawed reasoning. Couldn't care less..
2020-04-02 23:55
#98
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Finland petemeister 
Let me rephrase myself so that you might better understand. Of course you need to put in the effort to learn to speak a language on an understandable level. However, there is no sense in making that language unnecessarily complicated. If you can make the choice between a word being less complicated or etymologically consistent there is little sense in choosing the latter, in my opinion. Most of us, after all, are not linguists.
2020-04-03 08:35
#101
Potti | 
Greece Ghaspar 
time has tested its' practicality. I hope at least now you get me too.
2020-04-03 09:46
#125
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Finland petemeister 
I actually do. As I was writing my last comment I started realizing that I only started arguing with you in the first place because I took your words out of context.
2020-04-03 13:36
#127
Potti | 
Greece Ghaspar 
I believe that the context of discussion were the fundamental differences between "cinematography-cinemagraphy" that were raised after the lazyness of one person to understand it before adding it as a topic. From your first reply i understood that you didn't care about my argument but you merely wanted to express your somehow "suppressed" opinion. I wouldn't have argued about the artistical simplicity of a language at the first place but you also seemed to be indifferent to the wisdom that surrounds a stand-in-time vocabulary. I mean , i could have used your argument to the opposite way, meaning that modern languages tent to lose the meaning that represent and that is the core of practicallity. It is why you use language in the first place.
2020-04-03 14:28
Cinemagraphy sounds terrible and it's harder to pronounce
2020-04-02 14:53
#75
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Finland petemeister 
#74 Also, that is only your opinion.
2020-04-02 16:00
#87
Potti | 
Greece Ghaspar 
hahah you are a bot dude. walking around and bitching about the substantial elements that you cannot perceive or recognize maybe. chill. everything is ok. unnecessary you.
2020-04-03 00:05
Lmao he didn’t even know ology ography etc words came from greek hahahaha smartass talking about language kkkkkkkk
2020-04-03 11:48
+1
2020-04-03 11:41
"If you say "cinemagraphy" , this literally translates into a different word, with the literal meaning of it being "to record the chronicles of social groups", since the synthesis of two words can also alter their independant meaning" Where the hell did that come from?
2020-04-02 18:35
#86
Potti | 
Greece Ghaspar 
cinemagrapgy withouot "to" makes no sense. It is like saying "elepant instead of elephant". if you want it to have a meaning then you change the pronounciation of the word and it becomes "cinema--> kinema". "Kinema or kinima" is a social wave/movement like a social party let's say. IF you say "cinema-graphy" , that leads us to "kinemagraphy or kinimography" and that means to record the social movements since "graphy" means "to write downto record".
2020-04-03 00:02
"mato" LMAO
2020-04-03 16:47
#159
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Cyprus Swishh_ 
+1
2020-04-03 17:43
pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis
2020-04-02 08:05
Cinematography (originally cynematographie in French) is a word built on Greek "kínēma" which means "movement" and "graphein" which means "write". So it's not really an English word. It's French using Greek (as many French word invention when Latin didn't provide it first).
2020-04-02 08:28
ok but where is hollywood in france? french cinema is like niche niche out of france bollywood > cintematographie
2020-04-03 10:01
French cinema is art, as well as Italian one (Fellini is a genius) meanwhile American and Indian cinema is an industry.
2020-04-03 13:31
was art* french and italian cinema from last 20y is utter bullshit, even copying a lot of hollywood business model also not art
2020-04-03 16:43
You've missed quite a lot of masterpieces then
2020-04-03 17:39
#132
Potti | 
Greece Ghaspar 
as the dude above says, french cinema at the majority still represents the art of cinema. Italian and spanish too. Northeastern cinema is also authentic to its core. Hollywood is a bunch of slaves working for to fill with dollars the emptyness of their hearts. The only thing Hollywood is associated with arts in general is how beautifully has managed to destroy millions of lives so to glorify hundreds of others.
2020-04-03 14:37
Hollywood's never been into art. They are directly into the business of providing people with behavior and linguistic models to adopt (lifestyle, as a whole), like in a shelf so each one can choose to their tasting. The money this industry provides as profit is only to show the enormity of the current social power cinema has. BTW Cinema as art died the day Guy Debord decided to become a moviemaker lmao
2020-04-03 16:43
#60
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Russia de_markastyan 
queue literally just q
2020-04-02 14:43
#169
BnTeT | 
Indonesia kyon_ 
I used to spell it 'kyu-wee' back in the school and it was kinda mind blowing when I discovered the right spelling xD
2020-04-04 12:44
anyway
2020-04-02 14:46
#66
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South Africa kiefpant 
Lisp. Whoever put an "s" in that particular word is some kind of evil sadistic genius.
2020-04-02 15:17
desert
2020-04-02 15:20
#72
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United Kingdom shmilx 
Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia, the fear of long words. Whoever did that is a cunt. Necessary, because I can never fucking spell it. Moist, because it's the worst sounding word in any language I know of.
2020-04-02 15:35
#95
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United Kingdom shmilx 
Most long German words are just multiple words squashed together lol
2020-04-03 03:59
The word you suggested is funnily a composition of different words (with Greek origin). You probably inherited it from French through the centuries.
2020-04-03 13:35
#126
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United Kingdom shmilx 
I'm aware that generally long words are just a bunch of words put together (especially science related ones which are basically just a few greek words that define the word itself), or just multiple prefixes/suffixes added to already decently sized words like antidisestablishmentarianism, my French is terrible but I could compare it to 'anticonstitutionnellement' which again is just prefixes and suffixes added to an already decently sized word. Similar to the science naming thing there is a Welsh town of the name Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch which is literally just a very precise name of where the town is in Welsh.
2020-04-03 14:15
I didn't know about this challenging welsh town name. It's quite impressive ahah
2020-04-03 14:29
#134
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United Kingdom shmilx 
Here's a video of how to pronounce it, I'm part Welsh myself and know the phonetics of welsh but can't speak it at all plus I've never even been to Wales. youtube.com/watch?v=fHxO0UdpoxM
2020-04-03 15:45
Lmao it's amazing
2020-04-03 17:36
ointment
2020-04-02 17:10
#80
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United States Leapoz 
Guarantee, always somehow manage to fuck up the spelling somehow
2020-04-02 18:24
#84
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Brazil vinnyzeraNTC 
Gotta be the forbidden word with a "N"
2020-04-02 23:58
learn german. .r.i.p my brother when this fucked u up :D 19 german examples buzzfeed.com/de/maximilianzender/longwor..
2020-04-03 00:01
#92
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United Kingdom jmcclure 
CinemaTOGraphy Emphasis on the TOG. What a banger of a word
2020-04-03 00:21
Worst one is "Webinar". It is an abomination created by some marketing dude and it is just trying to hard.
2020-04-03 00:26
SEMINAR + WEB = WEBINAR HAHAA For fuck's sake
2020-04-03 09:56
Exactly. Not sure why I see it as the worst over other ugly words, maybe it is just that I really dislike marketing/consulting BS and this is that as well as ugly.
2020-04-03 16:42
Yeah, I feel that too. Every time I hear "time-management" I want to puke.
2020-04-03 20:09
every word that has 'th'
2020-04-03 00:31
Does this mean you don't like the band The The? youtube.com/watch?v=UIklk1gHbuQ
2020-04-03 16:47
songs kinda gay ngl
2020-04-03 18:05
#96
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Europe Bob1cool 
Beans
2020-04-03 04:11
#97
beans | 
Europe Bob1cool 
No wait that is best
2020-04-03 04:13
#99
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France HYPNO5 
its probably derived from the word "kinetic"
2020-04-03 08:39
words don't actually derive from other words it's like humans: words make sex within one another, make families of different usage sharing dna, and time passes by and HYPNOS came from mother father, 4 grand parents, 8 g-g parents, 16 g-g-g parents etc
2020-04-03 10:06
#100
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United States tylertempo 
dipthong
2020-04-03 08:39
world it tries to convey the idea of the world being round in the way it is pronnounced, twisted as fuck word > world
2020-04-03 10:04
#110
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Canada OGEST_OG_FAN 
ukelele like bro
2020-04-03 10:18
If we're taking into account the way people use words, then far and away the worst word is 'like'. The number of Americans (and US-influenced non-native speakers) who can't seem to construct a sentence without throwing in three instances of this word is staggering
2020-04-03 10:25
That one is annoying. Some also keeps saying "you know" when telling a story, there I find myself so tempted to cut them off and explain I don't (even if I do).
2020-04-03 16:50
though through thought etc these are hardest for me
2020-04-03 10:27
#113
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China tralia 
America, worst word.
2020-04-03 10:36
Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis
2020-04-03 11:42
cinematography is a based on words from greek, so yeah it may seem weird but its not that complicated, kinema "movement" graphein "to write", the -to- in between is just to make it easier to speak the word quickly
2020-04-03 11:51
queue for sure, also any word with "thr-" at the start, fucking cant pronounce that shit properly
2020-04-03 11:59
I don't like "surprise". For me it should be "suprise". The first "r" is annoying me.
2020-04-03 12:00
#123
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Russia Ingushetia 
Ukraine
2020-04-03 13:32
haha nice one
2020-04-03 15:52
#166
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Russia Ingushetia 
Isn't it? Ukraine has never been nice
2020-04-04 11:58
"Legit" worst word
2020-04-03 14:30
#130
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Belarus kuver 
queue. (only one letter is read)
2020-04-03 14:31
#131
NEO | 
Poland ScR1337 
queue
2020-04-03 14:31
Never heard of cinematograhy
2020-04-03 14:40
#144
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Turkey ok4N__ 
Royal
2020-04-03 16:48
#145
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China cescy8 
nigger
2020-04-03 16:48
Cringe Trash
2020-04-03 16:50
otorrinofaringolaringologista
2020-04-03 16:58
fucking
2020-04-03 17:10
Influencer
2020-04-03 17:11
#158
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Latvia Oushens 
queue, anxious
2020-04-03 17:42
#160
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Japan esy 
liquid
2020-04-03 17:43
daughter is terrible word
2020-04-03 20:12
banana
2020-04-04 12:06
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