Eglet, kollivubl and other words, the knowledge of which can shine in the companyBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/eglet-kollivubl-and-other-words-the-knowledge-of-which-can-shine-in-the-company
Many of you have probably been in situations where you need to explain something to your interlocutor, but, alas, there is no suitable word in the vocabulary. We offer you a selection of words, the knowledge of which you can show off in front of others in conversation.
Frisson - chills while listening to music that you like.
Petricore is the smell of earth after rain.
Eglet is a metal or plastic lace tip that facilitates the insertion of shoelaces.
The path of desire is a road created naturally, simply because it is the shortest or most convenient.
Natiform — natural formations, usually trees, rocks, stones that resemble female forms.
Mondegrin — incomprehensible words in songs.
Phosphenes are spots of light that you see when you close your eyes and press your fingers on the eyeballs.
Kollivubl - rumbling in the stomach from hunger.
Punt is the lower part of the wine bottle.
Ferrule is a metal part at the end of a pencil with an eraser.
Lemniscata is the sign of infinity.
Disania is a condition in which it is difficult to get out of bed in the morning.
Mamihlapinatapai is a look between two people, which expresses the desire of each that the other will become the initiator of what both want, but neither wants to be the first.
Paresthesia is a feeling of tingling, numbness and goosebumps in the extremities.
Interrobang — when you use question and exclamation marks at the same time.
Defenestration is the act of throwing someone out of a window.
Filtrum is a vertical depression between the nasal septum and the upper lip.
Twilight rays are rays of sunlight that pass through gaps in clouds.
Phloem — these are the long fibers on the banana peel.
The Snellen table is a table used to check visual acuity.
Semantic saturation is a situation when a person says something for so long that the listener begins to perceive speech as repetitive meaningless sounds.
The radar is an arrow indicating your current position on the map.
Gynecomastia is breast enlargement in men.
Obelus is a division sign.