At The Book of Everyone, we enjoy finding weird curiosities and facts about the world. Recently, we've been looking for the weirdest words that you probably didn't know existed for our #wordnerd series on Facebook.

Let us know which ones you knew or didn't!

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#1

Daisy

Daisy

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Bored Llama 5 days ago

Learned this as a child

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#2

Gymnasium

Gymnasium

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dag 5 days ago

you mean, you're not supposed to be naked?

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#3

Audio And Video

Audio And Video

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Claire 6 days ago

But since Latin v's are pronounced as w's, you say wideo if you wanted to say it in Latin

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#4

Dutch Feast

Dutch Feast

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Billy Beecham 5 days ago

Hell, that's every holiday. You gotta be drunk to host my family get togethers

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#5

Doryphore

Doryphore

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Iris 6 days ago

There is a doryphore running loose at my office.🤨

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#6

E

E

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Claire 6 days ago

I have a teacher whose last name is 75% d's

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#7

Girl

Girl

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Neon_Sketch_Art 5 days ago

so that's why my teacher will say "alright girls" every time he starts class

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#8

Bluetooth

Bluetooth

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Delaney 5 days ago

That one I knew!

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#9

Acnestis

Acnestis

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Mary Rose Kent 6 days ago

No one’s going to scratch your back if you fling this word at them...

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#10

Bully

Bully

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HANS 6 days ago

In prison, it can still mean that.

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#11

Helvetica

Helvetica

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Marcellus the Third 5 days ago

That's also why the Swiss country code is CH, like on the rear of a car: Confederatio Helvetica, "confederation of the Helvetian tribes".

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#12

Asinine

Asinine

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Marcellus the Third 5 days ago

"To err is human, to moo bovine"

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#13

Cappuccino

Cappuccino

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Podunkus 5 days ago (edited)

I read that too fast and it registered as Capuchin monkey, which I guess also works. 8F7DB85E-8...0-jpeg.jpg 8F7DB85E-85C4-437B-809C-3E5A91993A5C-5d28b32314a80-jpeg.jpg

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#14

Atrate

Atrate

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Mary Rose Kent 6 days ago

...so, the 90s

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#15

Baisure

Baisure

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Elke Bechtoldt 6 days ago

Does this come from the French word "baiser" which means "to kiss"? Breads that kiss in the oven... I loaf this romantic idea! ;-)

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#16

Dulciloquent

Dulciloquent

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Grumble O'Pug 5 days ago

don Quixote's love, Dulcinea. His horse was Rocinante. Literally "first nag"

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#17

Floccinaucinihilipilification

Floccinaucinihilipilification

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HANS 6 days ago

It could be easier to just use the definition.

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#18

Pandiculation

Pandiculation

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Billy Beecham 5 days ago

Cool now I know the actual word for throwing out my back

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#19

Harlot

Harlot

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Anamaria Mazer de Toledo 5 days ago

What about "cHARLOTte" then ?

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#20

Magniloquent

Magniloquent

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Ruth Mayfly 6 days ago

This word is autological.

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#21

Muscle

Muscle

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Kari Panda 6 days ago

For anyone wondering why: A cliché muscle has a thick middle part that tapers towards the tendons. Hence, it looks a little like the body of a mouse.

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#22

Janitor

Janitor

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Marcellus the Third 5 days ago

Related in the sense that both refer to doors/gates (ianua in latin) --- janitor= doorkeeper; Ianus= god of beginnings and endings/passages.

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#23

Host And Guest

Host And Guest

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Grumble O'Pug 5 days ago (edited)

Xenos. Figures prominently in the Odyssey.

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#24

Mythomania

Mythomania

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Emma Hunter 6 days ago

We all know a few people like that.

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#25

Agelastic

Agelastic

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Podunkus 5 days ago

I don’t find that at all funny.

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#26

Bathos

Bathos

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Logan Dunn 5 days ago

Pretty much every example in that Ironic song is Bathos.

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#27

Buccula

Buccula

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Doober 5 days ago

Welp, my front facing camera says I have about 5 buccula's :/

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