Verboticism: Insectitied

'When I look into your big green eyes...'

DEFINITION: n. A person who insists that lower life forms (fish, clams, cephalopods, reptiles, or insects) can be affectionate pets and excellent watchdogs. v. To talk to an animal who can't possibly understand a single word you're saying.

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Chatnimal

Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: chat-ni-mal

Sentence: Ellie would chatimal to anything that moved. She thought that all bugs and animals understood her strange language.

Etymology: Chat - To talk. An(imal)- Taken from part of the word animal.

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Gnatchat

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: gnat/chat

Sentence: When the tiny flying insects start to interfere with dinner, Julie justs calls them altogether for a little gnatchat and asks them to go bother the family next door.

Etymology: GNATCHAT - from CHITCHAT + GNAT (a small flying insect)

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COMMENTS:

Maybe next time Julie will gnatchat them into visiting the cat in the hat - silveryaspen, 2009-01-28: 22:30:00

fun word and fun to say - silveryaspen, 2009-01-28: 22:31:00

Julie was just doing what comes gnaturally. - Mustang, 2009-01-28: 23:44:00

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Inscecst

GlobalGallery

Created by: GlobalGallery

Pronunciation: in-sek-st

Sentence: "Wodda madda my widdle schnookums? You not eating your poop-de-woops" said Gerald to Pandora his beloved African Dung Beetle. "I wuv yooo! I'm gonna give you a big kiss if you eat up all your din-dins" he cooed seductively. Gerald's inscecst fantasies had always interfered with his interpersonal relationships. His only girlfriend left him after three weeks when he showed her Pandora's customized Myspace page.

Etymology: 1. insect - a small air-breathing arthropod. 2. incest - sexual contact betwwen relatives.

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Chatterpillar

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: chat - ter - pill - ur

Sentence: Daphne loved butterflys and, each year, would just wait until they appeared in her garden so that she could sit in her favorite chair and watch them fly around. She felt an almost magical quality inhabited her garden when they there. This year, she decided to "tip the scales" in her favor by befriending the caterpillars that would soon be transformed. Each day, she would crawl around in her garden looking for them. When she saw one, she would engage in chatterpillar with each one of them, beseaching them to make her garden their "forever" home.....

Etymology: Chatter + Caterpillar >> Chatter (speak rapidly and incessantly) Caterpillar (worm-like larva of various insects, especially butterflies and moths)

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COMMENTS:

nice - galwaywegian, 2009-01-28: 13:43:00

cute - Jabberwocky, 2009-01-28: 13:48:00

Love it! - TJayzz, 2009-01-28: 13:56:00

You have metamorphosized a great word! - Nosila, 2009-01-28: 19:35:00

appeals to the child in me as well as the adult ... fun creation! - silveryaspen, 2009-01-28: 22:27:00

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Inverbalbrate

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: in verb bal brayt

Sentence: Jen Tomology loved her pets. She kept insects and talked to them daily. She could inverbalbrate to them in her version of their languages. She could caterwaul with the caterpillars, she could mouth moth, mantis semantics and could aphidavit aphids. In her own waspish way she was trying to diversifly and bee relev-ant to her pets. That really bugged some people.

Etymology: Invertebrate (any animal lacking a backbone or notochord) & Verbal (express in spoken words;relating to or having facility in the use of words;communicated in the form of words)

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Chirpet

Created by: splendiction

Pronunciation: chur PET

Sentence: They often chirpetted to Violet (their pet Afican Violet), "You look beautiful today", in soft crooning voices.

Etymology: chirpet v. to talk to or vocalize soothingly to one's pet. From: "chirp" v. to happily speak/a sound a bird makes and from "pet" v. to stroke an animal to promote happiness in both the owner and, presumably, the pet.

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Socialicing

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: sōshəlīs

Sentence: To say that Mary is lonely is an understatement. One of her few friends told her that a pet might be a good idea. The problem is that she can\'t afford a traditional one. Instead she has adopted some tiny little friends. She discovered them when she scratched her head. When she looks like she is talking to herself she is really socialicing.

Etymology: socialize (mix socially with others) + lice (small, wingless, parasitic insects that live on the skin of mammals and birds)

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Grinvertebrate

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: grin ver teb rayt

Sentence: Cynthia loved her pet caterpillar so much and found that his antics made her smile. She called him her little grinvertebrate because he ade her smile. She was brokenhearted when one day he curled up in a leaf and would not listen to her prattling. And then one day, he came out and turned into a beautiful butterfly and flew out the window to migrate to Mexico. My next pet won't be into metamorphosis, she thought...

Etymology: Grin (smile) & Invertebrate (any living creature lacking a backbone or spinal column)

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Animisinterpret

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: an/i/mis/in/tur/pret

Sentence: Sally tended to animisinterpret the actions of insects in her garden often getting stung or bitten in the process. She was convinced they had come to visit her and impart ancient wisdom.

Etymology: animism (attribution of a living soul to plants, insects etc) + misinterpret (drawa a wrong inference)

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COMMENTS:

animism was a great choice to use in your etymology and word - silveryaspen, 2009-01-28: 22:44:00

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Insectitied

Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: in-sek-tee-tyd

Sentence: Shelley felt she had been born with insectitied as from a very young age, while all her friends screamed at the mere sight of a six-legged creature, she felt compelled to pick it up and talk to it like an old friend. It didn't matter what it was a spider, a beetle, even a woodlouse would get the tender touch.

Etymology: Insect(a small invertabrate animal) + Tied(to be in harmony with something) = Insectitied

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