Verboticism: Animisinterpret

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