Complicated Words

Complicated Words in English and Their True Meanings

Did you know that "Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis" (a type of lung disease) is currently coined as the longest word of the English language? Fascinating, isn't it? There are many more long and complicated words in the English language which people are not aware of, and this article lists most of these words.
Penlighten Staff
Last Updated: Jun 3, 2018
Many people take a keen interest in keeping a track of difficult words that are formed in the English language. Making a list of interesting words in English language requires a lot of hard thinking, because new words keep getting discovered and added daily. This might sound very obvious but the fear of such difficult words is itself a very long word.

Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia means fear of pronouncing long words. The list given below has some popular uncommon and difficult words with their definitions.
COMPLICATED WORDS MEANINGS
Abatude Money that has been clipped off to make change
Abligurition Spending a large amount of money on food
Acrasia Lack of self control
Accismus Pretend to be not interested when you are really interested in something
Agelast Someone who never laughs
Agonistarch A coach
Agowilt Dreaded fear
Bablatrice Talkative woman
Baithe To agree
Batta Extra pay
Battologist A person who repeats the same thing unnecessarily
Blive Immediately
Bubulcitate Cry like a cowboy
Bouquinist Someone who deals in second-hand books
Callipygian It's an adjective and it means having shapely buttocks
Chadband Someone who is hypocritical and unctuous
Chirocracy Government by physical force
Catoptromancy Foretelling the future
Concinnous Neat and eloquent
Cromulent Acceptable
Cunctipotent Having all things
Dactylonomy Counting on your fingers
Deipnosophist A good conversationalist at meals
Delitescent Something which is hidden
Deturpate To make something ugly
Diazingiber A kind of ginger candy
Digitigradient To walk on your toes
Drawcansir A person who kills both his friends and foes
Elaqueate To get free from entanglements
Encomiums Formal praises
Epithymy Lust
Ergophobic A person who fears work
Equivoque Something that has been given a similar name as something else
Erinaceous People with bristly manners
Expergefaction Waking up
Fagin A person who trains other people in crime
Faineant Loafer
Festuceous Like a straw
Finnimbrun A trinket
Flambuginous Deception
Flosculous Flowery
Furciferous Brat
Gaberlunzie A beggar
Gadzookery Use of archaic words
Gallinipper A large mosquito
Geoponic Anything related to farming
Glaikery Foolish conduct
Gongoozler An idle person or rubbernecker
Halieutic Relates to fishing
Harbargery A place where you find entertainment
Heimganger A person who always stays at home
Heptamerous Something that has 7 parts
Hiccius Doccius A magical phrase
Iatraliptic A doctor who cures ailments using lotion or cream
Icterical Colored with yellow
Illatration Barking at someone
Impeticos A word included in a dialog to make its presenter look like a fool
Infelicific Female investigator
Insangelous Equal to the angels
Jaculiferous To have prickles
Jectigation Trembling movement
Kakistocracy A government which is run by its bad citizens
Kyriolexy Proper speaking
Laetificant Something which acts as an anti-depressant
Leggiadrous Elegant
Ludibrious To be the center of a joke
Macroseism Earthquake
Magirology The science of cooking
Mesonoxian Relates to midnight
Moriologist A person who has been hired to mourn at a funeral
Motatorious In continuous motion
Mututatial Something which is borrowed
Nabocklish Leaving something alone
Naufragate To destroy something
Nimfadaro A male who is well dressed and popular with women
Nocency Guilt
Nomothete Legislator
Nudiustertian The day before yesterday
Obambulate Wander about
Oggannition Growling
Ombrifuge Shelter from rain
Ooglification To replace a "oo" sound with another vowel to make the word slang
Ostrobogulous Bizarre
Passiuncle A petty passion
Pelmatogram Footprint
Percibrate To move fast
Percunctorily Lazy
Perhendinancer Traveler
Philopolemical Love to fight
Pyknic A person who has a round belly and head and who has a tendency to put on weight
Quadragenarian A person who is 40, but doesn't make a big deal out of it
Quatervois Crossroads
Rampallion A Scoundrel
Relexification Replacing a word or phrase in one language with a word or phrase from another language which corresponds to it
Sanquinolency Addicted to bloodshed
Scrimshandrix A woman who makes a scrimshow
Squnitifego A person who squints a lot
Tegestology Collecting beer mats
Terpsichorean Related to dancing
Tragematopolist Candy Seller
Tristichous Arranged in three rows or ranks
Ubiquarian A person who goes everywhere
Unwelewable To be unfadeable
Verticordious To turn the heart away from evil
Viscerotonic An easygoing personality
Weddinger A guest at a wedding
Xanthippe A woman with a bad temper
Xylopyrography An art of creating wood designs by using a hot poker
Yesterang Something that was caught yesterday
Zabernism The abuse of authority
Long Complicated Words
The list of complex words which are long and difficult to pronounce is endless. For people who love knowing such confusing words, here are some more examples.

Floccinaucinihilipiiification: Estimation that something is valueless.

Hippopotomonstrosesquipedalian: Means a very long phrase.

Honorificabilitudinitatibus: Honorableness.

Tetramethyldiaminobenzhydrylphosphinous: A type of acid.

Dimethyl­amido­phenyl­dimethyl­pyrazolone: A checmical term.

Taumata­whakatangihanga­koauau­o­tamatea­turi­pukakapiki­maunga­horo­nuku­pokai­whenua­kitanatahu: It is a hill in New Zealand.

Gorsafawddachaidraigodanheddogleddolonpenrhynareurdraethceredigion: A town in Wales.

Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch: A town in Northern Wales.

Chargogagogmanchargogagogcharbunagungamog: Another name for lake Webster in Massachusetts.
So these are some of the most difficult words in the English language that I could find for you people. If you want to find some more, you can search on the Internet and the various dictionaries. Have I missed out on any long cool words to say? I must have, so do give your valuable comments and suggestions.