What’s something we don’t have a word for yet? by QuestionGuy May 21, 2022, 3:36 pm What’s something we don’t have a word for yet? What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote AskAskMedon'tQuestion and AnswerWhatsword See more Previous article TIL an iPhone trick to quickly select multiple items Next article Which community/fandom are you ashamed to be apart of and why? 32 Comments Leave a Reply The feeling when when a warm part of your body comes into contact with a cold part of your body. You feel a sensation that is both cooling and heating at the same time in the same place. If there’s a word for this I would love to know. Log in to Reply *Laughs in German Log in to Reply We have a word for throwing someone out of a window, but no word for the day after tomorrow Log in to Reply Is there a word for not wanting someone to be close to you but wanting them to be near you Log in to Reply Sometimes a situation happens and you just feel… something… You’re not sure what it is but you know you’re feeling a strong emotion. Upon further consideration, you realize that you’re feeling an emotion that doesn’t exist. Like when you watch your friend poke three holes in a pancake and attempt to use it as a super hero mask. Log in to Reply There are lots of things and phrases we don’t yet have *one single word to describe.* For example, “a colophon printed on living skin,” “the altar stone of an abandoned temple,” and “tracks in the illimitable void.” Log in to Reply The sensation that you’re invisible, even though in a room with other people – as if you don’t exist. Log in to Reply When you’re not hungry but you still feel like eating something. Log in to Reply Do we have a word for the feeling someone is going to kill you while you stare at your wall while sleeping? Log in to Reply If we had a word for it, we wouldn’t be even answering your question Log in to Reply When you and a girl want to date but are just a little too young, what am I supposed to say when people ask what my relationship with her is? Log in to Reply The difference between « soft » as in « feeling soft to the touch » and « soft » as is « drapey » or « not rigid ». As a french speaking guy, we have two different words for those and looking for clothes is crazy hard in english Log in to Reply for people who bully you but you use the same tactics on another person Log in to Reply A word for when you go from really excited to sad because of canceled plans Log in to Reply That thing where you try to get out of someone’s way while they’re trying to get out of your way and you end up in a side stepping get out of the way dance Log in to Reply I have an answer but could not type it Log in to Reply We have no word for cum mixed with shit, which is a substance that is created during anal intercourse. I was thinking “shum” or “cush” perhaps? Log in to Reply daughters who love their dentists Log in to Reply The term for someone that overworks/takes all available work in a group setting and then complains that no one does any work. Log in to Reply Never heard of a word, for when you’re trying to pass by somebody, but you both move the same direction, so you keep accidentally bumping into each other. Log in to Reply Emotional damage make it one word Log in to Reply [deleted] Log in to Reply A name for the day after tomorrow Log in to Reply There should be a word for a reverse role-model – someone you strive to be the opposite of. For some people that word is parents but there should be a word for it Log in to Reply I don’t think there’s a word for the little rubberized balls that form when underwear elastic starts to degrade, and the rubbery threads ball up with lint during a wash, and there’s no way to remove them except cutting them off, which could completely cause the elastic to unravel. Log in to Reply Is there a “clinical” word for people who were completely normal then became super conspiracy about everything during the trump presidency? Log in to Reply Unthirsty. We have ‘full’ as an opposite to ‘hungry’, but all we could muster for ‘thirsty’ is ‘unthirsty’!? Boo! Log in to Reply Context needed. That’s the word we haven’t done yet Log in to Reply I think around half of languages have this word so that’s quite interesting Log in to Reply For one I’ve yet see english word for “laipa”. It’s best explained as elevated wooden structure ment to be walked over. Can function as a bridge, or dock or just a footpath in nature parks Log in to Reply There’s no English word for getting tickled by a puppy. In French it’s chiotouillant. Edit: that’s actually not a French word either so there ya go. Log in to Reply Back of the knee Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.