Verboticism: Furnacular

'Ooopy goopy poopy poo.'

DEFINITION: n An invented language similar to baby talk, used by pet owners to communicate with their pets. v. To speak to an animal using an invented language.

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Created by: Rhyme79

Pronunciation: sp-oil-sp-eel

Sentence: Mariah's husband says that one day the dog will tell her to shut up with the spoilspiel and hand her a dictionary. Aww Arabella arhhy arey aww, said Minnie to her beloved pooch.

Etymology: Spoil- pamper or overindulge. Spiel- glib speech.

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Created by: trunktickle




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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: CRIT-ehr-chat-ehr

Sentence: Felicity had such a deep emotional bond with her pets that she even developed an extensive critterchatter, a language that only she and her pets understood.

Etymology: Blend of 'critter' (animal) and 'chatter' (light conversation)

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Created by: Sed8ed




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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: pet ant ikayt

Sentence: Petula had gone to her Petiotrist many times to try and petanticate better with her pet pug, Petunia. Though a petulant pet, Petunia perpetually tried to pet peeve Petula by pretending not to understand her peticular speech patterns. Finally, Petula put herself in her pooch's persona and put out many puppy perks for Petunia. Amazing what prolific pet perks and persuasive pet lingo can do to persuade a pooch to perform with perfection!

Etymology: Pet (a domesticated animal kept for companionship or amusement) & Pedantic( marked by a narrow focus on or display of learning especially its trivial aspects) & Communicate (transmit thoughts or feelings or information)

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Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: pet-twa

Sentence: Madeleine took her tiny dog off to Paris in her handbag and spoke to it lovingly in petois to stop it barking on the Metro. It was a curious mix of French and doggy noises.

Etymology: pet + patois (non-standard speech/creole)


good one. - texmom, 2007-06-08: 07:19:00

Excellent word petaj - hmm... I wonder why you have pet in your pseudonym - perhaps petios is your second language - Jabberwocky, 2007-06-08: 09:05:00

today is a day when good words truely run a plenty. i wish i'd've come up with something this good. stupid television filling my brain with laughter and not verbotomies. - jadenguy, 2007-06-08: 09:37:00

You're just lucky I work all day--that word was my first instinct! - mplsbohemian, 2007-06-08: 20:15:00

petaj petois occurred to me straight away when i checked the cartoon before leaving work. Then I had to go to tennis and didn't get home for a couple of hours, so I was hoping that no one else would think of it. - petaj, 2007-06-08: 22:18:00

petaj I'm embarrassed to admit that my only second language is verbotomese. Typically in Australia, most of us have not become fluent in anything but English. - petaj, 2007-06-08: 22:29:00


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Created by: Zer22

Pronunciation: Bay-P-Talk

Sentence: I talk to my pet in baypetalk everday!

Etymology: Baypetalk = Baby + Pet + Talk

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Created by: Osomatic

Pronunciation: pooch + in + eese

Sentence: What can I tell you, my dog only speaks poochinese, and "widdle scruffy wuffy woo" means "please do not pee on the floor" in that language.

Etymology: shweetie puppy wuppy woogums.


like that one - w5lf9s, 2007-06-08: 15:09:00


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Created by: Robyn

Pronunciation: GOO-goop-et

Sentence: "Es dat mummy's widdle puddy tat? Yes hur es! Yes hur es!" Ever since Sara got a baby kitten, she stopped speaking standard English and devloved into fluent googoopet.

Etymology: Goo - glue or sticky substance. Goop - gluey substance Pet - companion animal.

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Created by: ohwtepph

Pronunciation: peh-tohk

Sentence: Petalk is funny.

Etymology: pet + talk

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