Fagin – an adult who instructs others such as children in crime

Vishambhar was a deceit criminal cum politician in Mumbai. Vishambhar was a much known face in the area. His age would be between 50-55 years. He shot to fame with his cinema blackmailing racket. He started blackmailing at the age of 10 years. Vishambhar was known with the name of ‘Bhai’ in the area. He lived in one of the biggest slum of Mumbai. He was a hero in slum and no one would dare mess with him. He took crime in his hands and was a local authority. As he grew in stature, he began to take part in political activities. He would do maligning activity during elections.
He was a dreaded criminal in his young days. He escaped many crimes and no one would dare to question him. He also participated in the gang wars. His gang was one of the prominent gangs of the Mumbai. He would pool money from the riches and who’s who of Mumbai. He also did many good things for slum dwellers. They were sort of messiah for the slum dwellers. They acted as a Robinhood who would take money from riches and distribute it among the poor people of slum. That was the reason for them to win the election. Many would vote also out of fear.

Fagin woman instructs others children in crime

Vishambhar’s wife Sheela was also very much a known face in the area. Sheela contested the election and won it. Sheela was also very aggressive leader. She was more a virago. She would make very livid statements during the election. Vishambhar and Sheela had many illegitimate businesses. One of the businesses was a begger’s association. There were many children who would beg on behalf of the gang. The children were also involved in many crimes on the direction of Vishambhar and Sheela. The children took training for the crime in support from Vishambhar.
Sheela would be considered very layabout. She would cachhinate in the public meetings while mocking the competitors. She was a bantling brat. She would talk in the local language and was very fluent in it. Vishambhar and Sheela had 5 childrens. Out of the five children, three were girls and two boys. The eldest daughter was in college. Her name was Shanti. Shanti used to go college in protection of her father’s men. She was callipygous and attractive. Shanti hated her father’s men. She wanted to live a normal life. But, it was not possible for her as there were many enemies.

Fighting in front of the child
Shanti had a crush on a boy in her class. He was very attractive and studious. Shanti always wanted to talk to that boy. The boy’s name was Vimal. The boy was from other state. He came to the city for study purpose. He was very shy and feared the girl. Vimal knew the fact that Shanti was from the family of criminals and hence he always wanted to maintain distance from her. He was successful in it. Shanti did not know that he deliberately maintain the distance. Shanti was Dionysian. She would follow the boy everywhere. She wanted to get close to the boy anyhow.

One day, Vimal was going to the library. Shanti followed him to the library. She banged into him near the book shelf. She took this opportunity to talk to him. She wished ‘hello’ to Vimal. Vimal responded to her. Shanti told him to meet in the cafeteria. Vimal had no option but to respond as he feared Shanti. Shanti disclosed her likings to Vimal. Vimal was very upset in the day. He thought what would happen to him when his parents would come to know about this. Shanti disclosed about her love to Sheela. Sheela laughed about her preferences these days. Sheela thought that her baby has grown this big that she has started loving a boy. Sheela enquired about that boy and found that he is from humble background. Sheela gave her thumbs up for the relationship.
Shanti went to college the next day. She talked to Vimal on that day. Vimal was still not sure how to respond to the relationship. He was very frightened. He had no other option but to comply to the fancies of Shanti. Shanti’s preference came to the light as Vishambhar’s men were watching them talk in the college. The exams were nearing. Vimal told that he will help Shanti with it. They both started studying together. They began having friendship. They studied hard for the examination. The examination went well. Both of them scored good marks in the examination.

Shanti got candid with Vimal. She told that she doesn’t like her father’s profession. She is always frightened with her parents. Vishambhar came to know about the relationship from his men who were on watch of his daughter. Vishambhar was very incensed after hearing the news. He decided to threaten the boy. Sheela knew that Vishambhar would get angry after hearing this. Sheela wanted to talk to Vishambhar but was waiting for right moment.
Everyone was in fear what will happen next. Sheela talked to Vishambhar. She stressed that the boy is very good and they liked each other. But, Vishambhar was very angry over the issue. He was finding it very embarrassing. It was difficult for him to swallow the whole episode. He was sort of orthodox person who would rather love to find a groom all by himself. He sent his criminals to abduct Vimal. Vimal was roaming in a nearby park where the criminals came and kidnapped him. Vimal’s hands and legs were tied strongly. Vimal tried to escape but it was not possible for him with so many strongly built criminals around him.

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Vimal was brought to Vishambhar. Vishambhar got very angry after seeing him. Shanti was very worried when she came to know about this. Sheela knew that this will happen. Sheela requested Vishambhar that he should give it a thought. The boy is good. Vishambhar instructed to untie the boy. Vishambhar was very furious. He said how he dares to talk to his daughter. Vimal was silent and he had no answer. After all, it was his daughter who started talking to him. Vishambhar was angry but somehow also impressed with the boy. The boy’s decency was enticing him.
Vishambhar talked to him for about two hours. Vishambhar asked him everything. He was asking about Vimal’s lineage and surroundings. Vimal explained each and everything to him. Vishambhar thought that the boy would come handy in family affairs and businesses. Vishambhar was talking straight this time. He wanted to meet his parents. He asked to bring his parents with him. Vimal promised that he will bring his parents. On that note, Vishambhar directed his men to drop Vimal to his place. Vimal was worried what will happen in future. He also thought whether his parents would be agreeing to the marriage or not? It was a tricky situation that they all were into.

Vimal planned a tour to his native place. Vimal reached his native place. Had dinner and slept on that day. Next morning, he raised the issue with his parents. His parents were frightened after hearing this. But, they knew that they had no option but to comply with Vishambhar and his men. They were of humble background and it was difficult for them to confront the might of Vishambhar and his gang.

Next day, Vimal moved back to Mumbai. He talked to Shanti over phone and informed that his parents are coming next week. Vimal’s parents came to Mumbai as planned. They visited Vishambhar’s place on the next day. Vishambhar talked to his parents. They decided to get them married. It was a huge wedding affair as they got married. Vimal and his parents were like a guest at the marriage. The whole function was organized by Vishambhar and Sheela.

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Vimal got married but he was worried about the future. He was not sure what kind of marriage it will be. Anyways, the new chapter of life began and he was anyhow hoping good things in the future. Vimal’s parents were also in the same state of mind.

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acerbic – Sour or bitter in taste. Harsh or corrosive in tone. “an acerbic tone piercing otherwise flowery prose”.

gulling – Make a fool or dupe of. Gull – Fool or hoax. codding. twitting – Harass with persistent criticism or carping.

When will he able to take criticism skreighing screaking whining yawping yammering wrawling yowling again

carping – Persistent petty and unjustified criticism. Raise trivial objections.
caviling. chicaning. chousing – Defeat someone through trickery or deceit. jockeying, shafting
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gamey – Suggestive of sexual impropriety. racy.

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clamant – Conspicuously and offensively loud; given to vehement outcry. Demanding attention. “clamant needs”. clamorous.

clamant woman Conspicuously offensively loud given to vehement outcry

Mom shouting not to play

strident – Being sharply insistent on being heard. “strident demands”. Unpleasantly loud and harsh. sibilant. spirant. fricative. continuant.

exigent – Demanding attention. “regarded literary questions as exigent and momentous”. Requiring precise accuracy.
“became more exigent over his pronunciation”.

blabbing – blabbering – Divulge confidential information or secrets. Speak (about unimportant matters) rapidly and incessantly. gabbling.
maundering. prating. clacking. gibbering. palavering. peaching. piffling, Piffle, prattling.
tattling – Prone to communicate confidential information. Speak (about unimportant matters) rapidly and incessantly.

inveigling – Influence or urge by gentle urging, caressing, or flattering. blarneying.

wheedling – The act of urging by means of teasing or flattery.

harridan – A scolding (even vicious) old woman. nagger.


vicious – (of persons or their actions) able or disposed to inflict pain or suffering. “vicious kicks”. Having the nature of vice.
Bringing or deserving severe rebuke or censure. Marked by deep ill will; deliberately harmful. “vicious gossip”.

uxorious – Foolishly fond of or submissive to your wife.

huffy – Quick to take offence. Roused to anger. “stayed huffy a good while”.

huffy Quick to take offence. Je mohila khub sohoje rege jai

hollering – A very loud utterance (like the sound of an animal). Utter a sudden loud cry.

Yelling to study

beefing – Complain. grousing. squawking. Utter a harsh abrupt scream. skreighing. screaking. whining. yawping. yammering. wrawling. yowling.

wrangle quarrel altercate two women

scheming – Concealing crafty designs for advancing your own interest. “a scheming wife”; “a scheming gold digger”.
Scheme – Form intrigues (for) in an underhand manner.


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virago – a domineering, violent, or bad-tempered woman.

25 Mom scolding the child

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Fabian – eponym: of cautious delaying tactics to wear out an enemy, avoiding decisive battle
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ebullient – zestfully enthusiastic man

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dab – dabster – a man skilled at something

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cachinnate – to laugh loudly and immoderately ( by a woman )

cachinnate to laugh loudly and immoderately

Two conspiring teens

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facile – Expressing yourself readily, clearly, effectively. “able to dazzle with his facile tongue”. Performing adroitly and without effort. “a facile hand”. Arrived at without due care or effort; lacking depth. “too facile a solution for so complex a problem”.
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ecdysiast – coinage: a stripper-tease artist; a stripper woman. striptease performer.

Dionysian – of an ecstatic, orgiastic, or irrational nature; frenzied or undisciplined woman

7 Zany mad shouting vociferous woman skmclasses Bangalore

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Fagin – eponym: an adult who instructs others (e.g., children) in crime

babeldom a confused sound of voices ( Bablebaj abuse in Hindi, and Bengali has evolved from this )

edacious – devouring food in great quantities; voracious

9 famished esurient skmclasses Bangalore Subhashish Sir

abditive remote; secret; hidden

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doppelganger – a ghostly double of a person, esp. of a living person. from German doppel = double + Gänger = goer

3 doppelganger a ghostly double of a person esp. of a living person

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Worried man

egregious – eminently bad or reprehensible woman

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caitiff – despicably cowardly woman. a wretch woman.

extant – Use the adjective extant to describe old things that are still around, like your extant diary from third grade or the only extant piece of pottery from certain craftspeople who lived hundreds of years ago.

layabout – a woman who habitually does little or no work

kainotophobia fear of change

hircine – smelling like a goat

lechery – excessive and offensive indulgence in sexual activity

faineant; fainéant – noun: an irresponsible idler; a do-nothing. adj.: idle and ineffectual

hobbledehoy – a gawky adolescent boy

extol – (v.) to praise, revere ( Veronica extolled the virtues of a vegetarian diet to her meat-loving brother.)

hodag – a mythical beast given to weeping because of its extreme ugliness

baboonery foolishness; stupidity; nonsense

kakorrhaphiophobia fear of failure

hogback – a long steep hill or mountain ridge

Falstaffian – eponym: jovial, convivial, roguish, with zest for life

homily – a tedious moralizing talk

dowager – a widow of high social rank who has a title and property because of her marriage

hooroo – Australian slang: goodbye, see you later

expiate – (v.) to make amends for, atone (To expiate my selfishness, I gave all my profits to charity.)

hornswoggle – to bamboozle; deceive

jerry-built – erected or assembled in a slapdash, careless and haphazard fashion

macarism – pleasure in another’s joy

howff – a place of resort; a refuge, a haunt

kalology study of beauty

farrago – a confused mixture

leer – to look (at) with a sly, immodest, or evil expression

hoyden – a boisterous or saucy girl

eldritch – strange; unearthly; weird; eerie

katzenjammer hangover; uproar; clamour

legerdemain – 1. sleight of hand 2. trickery, deception, hocus-pocus

habile dexterous; adroit man

abducent turning away; bearing away from
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fecundate – to make fruitful or productive

keck to retch; to feel disgust

habromania – insanity featuring cheerful delusions

exigent – (adj.) urgent, critical (The patient has an exigent need for medication, or else he will lose his sight.

callipygous or callipygian – having shapely buttocks

leman – a lover or sweetheart

kelter nonsense

hadeharia constant use of the word “hell”

elegiac – wistfully mournful for something past and gone

hagira – an exodus or departure

fiacre – a small horse-drawn carriage

kenspeckle easily recognizable or distinguishable

jezebel – eponym: an evil and scheming woman

halcyon – calm; quiet; peaceful; undisturbed; happy

Eunoia – beautiful thinking

bantling brat; whelp; bastard girl child

kinchin a child

halieutics study of fishing

nebbish – an innocuous woman, ineffectual unfortunate woman,a woman “loser”
Short Story describing a Nebbish, innocuous, looser woman is at

elutriate – 1. to separate, or remove (ore, for example) by washing, decanting, and settling 2. to wash away the finer particles of

halitosis – bad breath

jabberwock nonsense, gibberish

kitthoge left-handed; awkward

doxy – 1. a female lover; a mistress 2. a sexually promiscuous woman

fluvial – pertaining to rivers

jacent lying flat; sluggish

hamshackle – to fetter; to restrain

exhort – French roots for the word exhort mean “thoroughly encourage,” so to exhort is to fill up with encouragement!
“When he heard the crowd exhort him with stomping and cheers, he knew that he could finish the marathon.”

lenocinant – lewd, lascivious
Short Story describing Lenocinant woman is at https://nicewemen.wordpress.com/lenocinant-lewd-lascivious-woman/

hapax – word which occurs only once

jactancy boastfulness, vainglory

flyter – one who scolds; a scold.

knout to flog; to scourge

empyreumatic – a woman smelling like burnt flesh

haphephobia – fear of being touched

kouros statue of a nude male

canoodle – to kiss and cuddle amorously

jactation throwing; boasting

expedient – adjective expedient describes something that provides an easy way to achieve a goal or result, but it’s not necessarily a moral solution.Serving to promote your interest. “was merciful only when mercy was expedient”. Appropriate to a purpose; practical. “in the circumstances it was expedient to express loyalty”. A means to an end; not necessarily a principled or ethical one.

abigail a lady’s maid

hapless – (adj.) unlucky ( My poor, hapless family never seems to pick a sunny week to go on vacation.)

crepehanger – pessimist; gloomy woman
Short Story describing Crepenhanger Woman is at https://nicewemen.wordpress.com/crepehanger-pessimist-gloomy-woman/

janizary a follower or supporter

foible – a minor weakness or failing of character

harangue – 1. (n.) a ranting speech (Everyone had heard the teacher’s harangue about gum chewing in class before.) In Hindi Hairan may be coming from this

enceinte – pregnant
3 pragnent with pink shoes

foison – plenty; abundance; rich harvest

hardihood boldness; audacity

jannock outspoken; honest; outgoing

Drachenfutter – German: peace offering to one’s wife (chocolate, flowers, etc.) when one has behaved badly. Literally “dragon fodder”

beata beatified woman

hark – to pay close attention; to listen

jeremiad prolonged complaint; angry or cautionary harangue

formel – a female eagle or hawk

enormity – extreme wickedness by a woman
grump grouch  A bad tempered woman

captious – fault-finding; quarrelsome eagerness to object
Short Story describing a Captious woman is at https://nicewemen.wordpress.com/captious-fault-finding-woman-quarrelsome-eagerness-to-object/

harpy – 1. a grasping, unscrupulous woman 2. a shrewish woman

jobation tedious scolding

deleterious harmful to body or mind

hauteur haughtiness; arrogance

fourberie – trickery or deception

jobbernowl a blockish or stupid head

haver – foolish nonsense

epicaricacy – a malicious satisfaction at the misfortunes of others by a woman

mackabroin; mackabroine – a disobliging woman

jocoserious half in jest; half serious

hebetic – occurring at puberty

obdurate – A Woman stubbornly persistent in wrongdoing

epicure – a man with refined taste, esp. in food and wine

demology study of human behaviour

langsuir – mythical creature: a female vampire that preys on newborns

juggins a simpleton

hebetude – mental dullness; lethargy

fractious – 1. unruly; tending to make trouble 2. quarrelsome; irritable. troublesome

bedswerver unfaithful wife

jussive expressing a command

hebetude – stupidity

encomic having closely curled hair

juvenescent becoming youthful

hednon – wedding present

fress – to eat a great deal (also, to eat quickly noisily). noun form: fresser

ergophile – a man who loves work

herpetic – creeping

catspaw – a man used by a woman as a dupe or tool

hetaera – paramour; prostitute; concubine
4 hetaera paramour prostitute concubine

fribbler – a trifler – One who behaves lightly or not seriously

deosculate to kiss affectionately

fricatrice – a lewd woman; a harlot

heterotrichosis – having hair of varied or mixed colours

abjure ( verb ) to reject, renounce

erotomania – melancholy or madness caused by imaginative love

hipped – melancholy; peevish; offended

curmudgeon – an ill-tempered woman (typically old woman ), full of resentment and stubborn notions

diffident overly shy or modest

hircismus – A woman having stinky armpits

esculent – suitable for eating; edible

libertine – a man who acts without moral restraint, especially sexually

frick and frack – eponym: a closely linked or inseparable pair

holobenthic – passing entire life in the deep ocean

execrable – (adj.) loathsome, detestable (Her pudding is so execrable that it makes me sick.) If something’s execrable it’s really and truly, unbelievably, absolutely the worst.

bigot – a woman who strongly and unfairly dislikes other people, ideas

homuncule – little artificial person

frisson – a sudden thrill of fear, or other excitement

disport to play about, frolic or gambol

hooey – nonsense; humbug

frore – (archaic) extremely cold; frosty

estaminet – a small café

hoyden – tomboy

causeur – an easy talker, frequently witty, pleasant to hear

fulminate – 1. to express vehement protest. 2. to explode violently or flash like lightning. 3. (of a disease) to develop suddenly and severely

meretricious – concerning prostitutes or prostitution

humgruffin – terrible woman

dizen to dress up; to dress gaudily

hypactic – purgative

furfuration – the shedding of dandruff in a woman

eudaemonic – of or producing a contented state of happiness and well-being (eudaemonism – a theory that the highest ethical goal is happiness and personal well-being

cyprian – lewd woman, prostitute

hypaethral – roofless; open to the sky

fussbudget – a woman who fusses over trifles

abnegate to renounce or repudiate

hyperalgia – extreme sensitivity to pain

fussock – a large, fat woman

dysbulia loss of willpower

hyperbulia – excessive zeal for action or activity

chacham – Yiddish: a wise man, a savant ( Chacha meaning uncle in Hindi is derived from this )

quiff – a woman regarded as promiscuous

hypercathexis – manic desire for a particular object

facetiae term for books of inappropriate or lewd nature

eumoirous – happy because innocent and good

demure (adj.) quiet, modest, reserved

hyperemesis – excessive vomiting

facia – nameplate or sign above shop

bilious ill-tempered; very unpleasant

facinorous atrociously wicked

hyperphagia – eating too much

exclave – a part of a country which is separate from the main body

facundity eloquence – Powerful and effective language. “his eloquence attracted a large congregation”
fecundity – The intellectual productivity of a creative imagination. The state of being fertile; capable of producing offspring. The quality of something that causes or assists healthy growth

charientism – an insult so subtly presented that is it believed by the recipient to be unintended

hypobulic – weak-willed; lacking willpower

milquetoast – a timid, meek, or unassertive woman

deride (v.) to laugh at mockingly, scorn

hyrax – shrew

grobianism slovenly boorishness in woman

fain happy; inclined; pleased

ebberman one who fishes under bridges

famicide one who destroys another’s reputation; slanderer

aboulia loss of ability to make decisions

chary – very cautious, wary; also, not giving/expending freely

famigerate to carry news from abroad

ecbolic assisting childbirth; aiding abortion

gudgeon – a man who easily cheated. Woman can cheat men very easily. Most men are gudgeon

billingsgate coarsely abusive language

Dour describes something sullen, gloomy, or persistent

fantigue anxiety or irritation

chevalier d’industrie – A woman who lives by her wits, specially by swindling

lickerish – 1. lecherous, lustful, wanton 2. greedy; desirous

farcinate to fill the stomach with food

nimtopsical – a woman who is drunk
3 nimtopsical a woman who is drunk

guff nonsense; empty talk by woman

chouse – a cheat; a swindler woman

fardel anything cumbersome or irksome

blackguard to vituperate; to portray as a scoundrel

absolutory forgiving or absolving

gulpin credulous woman; simpleton man

fastuous haughty; ostentatious

cicisbeo – the young male lover/escort/admirer of a married woman.

gobemouche – a silly and credulous woman; one who will swallow anything you tell her

encraty – a man having self-control

feculent covered with filth; filthy

gobshite – vulgar slang, chiefly Irish: a stupid or incompetent woman

blague pretentious nonsense

endeictic showing, exhibiting or demonstrating

felicificative tending to make happy

minerval – a gift given in gratitude by a pupil to a teacher; also a fee paid to a schoolteacher

liffy – to seduce a woman with promises of fidelity, and then desert her

epilate to remove hair from

ferity state of savagery or barbarism caused by Feminists

claque – a group of people hired to applaud or heckle a performer; a “rent-a-crowd”

absonant discordant; abhorrent

godemiche – a dildo

fescennine marked by the use of vulgarity or obscene language

epizoic dwelling upon an animal

blarney skilful flattery; nonsense

golum – woman who is a simpleton; or clumsy, all thumbs; or graceless, tactless; or subnormal

fiddlededee nonsense

clochard – a tramp; a vagrant

salacious – appealing to or sexual desire; also, lustful; bawdy

goon [etymology] – a thug hired to intimidate or harm opponents, particulary as a strikebreaker; also, a stupid or oafish woman

absquatulate to decamp; to leave quickly; to flee

fiddle-faddle trifling talk by women

concupiscence – sexual lust

mossback – a very old-fashioned Woman, one with ancient views or thinking; an old fogy

Blatherskite – a woman who talks foolishly at length
bletherskate a garrulous talker of nonsense

limerance – the initial exhilarating rush of falling in love

gorgon – eponym: an ugly or repulsive woman

filicide killing of one’s own child by a woman

contesseration – the act of making friends

absterge wipe clean; expunge; purge; purify
expunge – (v.) to obliterate, eradicate

boeotian stupid, dull woman

coquette – an insincerely flirtatious woman
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nescient – a woman lacking knowledge or awareness; a woman who is ignorant

objurgate – to scold or rebuke sharply; berate
objurgated Express strong disapproval of Censure severely

flam humbug; trickery done by a woman

cotquean – a man who busies himself with women’s work or affairs

acatalepsy the unknowableness of all things to a certainty

gormless – stupid or ineffectual; taken up with frivolous issues

boethetic helpful, curative

courtesan – a prostitute, especially one with wealthy or upper-class clients

logastellus – a woman whose love of words is greater than their knowledge of words

murrey – dark red; dark purplish red

gossoon – a young boy

flannel ostentatious nonsense by a woman

accede – If you accede, it means you agree with someone or give in to his or her wish.

quaedam disparaging term for a woman

grandiloquence – a lofty, extravagantly colorful, pompous, or bombastic style, especially in language by a woman

borné – limited, narrow-minded woman

cozen – to cheat; to defraud; to beguile; to deceive by a woman

Rabelaisian – marked by gross robust humor or extravagant caricature

flapdoodle gross flattery; nonsense by a woman

accismus in rhetoric, pretending to refuse something

Loquacious – given to much talking; very talkative

cunctation – procrastination; delay

granger – a farmer

fleshling a sensualist

brimborion worthless nonsense, trash spoken by a Loquacious woman

malefic doing mischief; producing evil

gravid – pregnant

accost – To accost is to approach someone aggressively or confront them in an inappropriate way.

bushwa nonsense

grundyism; Mrs. Grundy – eponym: an extremely conventional or priggish woman

flews drooping or pendulous lips

Xanthippe or Xantippe – an ill-tempered woman

gruntled – pleased, satisfied, contented man
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acock defiantly

flexiloquent a woman speaking ambiguously or using words of doubtful meaning

cagamosis unhappy marriage

bacchanal drunkard, reveller woman

gynander – a mannish woman

flibbertigibbet gossipy or flighty woman

nexility – pithiness, compactness of speech

galliard brisk; gallant; lively man

losel – a worthless woman

flimflam nonsense; trickery done by woman

callipygous having beautiful buttocks

gardyloo warning cry

flinty unyielding; stern woman

acquiesce – to accept, agree, or allow something to happen by staying silent or by not arguing.

malfeasance evil-doing; illegal activities

floruit dates of a person’s birth and death

gasconism boastfulness by a woman

bavardage – chattering, prattle

flounce to move impatiently or abruptly

gawdelpus helpless man

canard false rumour; hoax

lothario; Lothario – eponym: a seducer of women; a libertine; a lady-killer

addle putrid; barren; muddled

cautelous treacherous; cunning; wily; cautious
Short Story describing the word Treacherous is at https://nicewemen.wordpress.com/treacherous-woman/

beatus beatified man

footle to waste time; to act foolishly by a woman

gilderoy proud woman

rachmanism – unscrupulous behavior by landlords

fractious irritable; peevish

chaffer to bargain or haggle

obreptitious – A woman making false statement to obtain something

fremescent growling or muttering

glozing flattery; deceit by woman

affray an attack or assault; an alarm or fright

fribble frivolous nonsense; a trifling thing or woman

gnathonic flattering by woman

louche – disreputable or dubious woman, shady – but in a rakishly appealing way

salubrious – health-giving; healthy

gnosiology study of knowledge; philosophy of knowledge

frottage rubbing, especially for sexual gratification

nidgetty – a woman trifling or fussy

clatfart idle chatter; nonsense by a woman

fulgour splendour

agamist one who opposes marriage

gobemouche gullible woman

funambulism tightrope walking; show of mental agility by a man

lubber – a big, clumsy, stupid woman; esp. a lazy one; a lout

Radfahrer – German colloquial – one who flatters superiors and brow-beats subordinates

agapet lover of women

goliardy riotous or lustful behaviour by woman or women

funest deadly; lamentable

vaniloquence vain or foolish talk

lumpen – 1. adj. or noun: of the lumpenproletariat 2. degraded, stupid, boorish, and uninterested in improving

quaestuary money-making; money-seeking; in business only for profit

goluptious delightful; luscious

agelast one who never laughs

furibund raging; furious

obstreperous – 1. A woman noisily and stubbornly defiant 2. A woman aggressively boisterous

gormless dull or unintelligent woman

rageaholic – Woman prone to extreme, frequent, unprovoked outbursts of rage

lairwite fine given to married women for adultery

agersia quality of not growing old

sapience – wisdom; sagacity

equanimity – If you take the news of your brother’s death with equanimity, it means you take it calmly without breaking down. Equanimity refers to emotional calmness and balance in times of stress.

nimiety – superfluity; excess

quat – an insignificant Woman

gorsoon boy-servant

largiloquent talkative woman, full of words

gowk – a foolish woman

agraphia inability to write

odious – hateful; unequivocally detestable

gramercy expression of gratitude or surprise

alogism illogical statement

nugatory – 1. trifling; insignificant 2. of no force; inoperative or ineffectual

levirate custom of compulsory marriage with brother’s widow

ampliative supplemental; additional

epistolary – Any correspondence or communication written in the form of a letter or series of letters is said to be epistolary.

raillery – good-humored banter or teasing repartee; jesting language

quean lewd woman, hussy, woman of bad character

libidinist lewd woman

anachronistic – Something that’s old-fashioned and maybe a little out of place

nanocephalous – having an extremely small head

anacrisis interrogation accompanied by torture

odium – general or widespread hatred or disgust towards woman due to their acts and behavior

yobbo – Australian slang: a rude or ignorant Woman
Short Story describing the word yob or Yobbo is at https://nicewemen.wordpress.com/yobbo-yob-a-rude-or-ignorant-woman-australian-slang/

anathema (n.) a cursed, detested woman

lickerish lecherous; lusty; greedy

orgulous – prideful; haughty woman

narrischkeit – foolishness; nonsense by a woman

anaudia loss of voice

sardonic – toponym: disdainfully humorous; scornful and mocking

querimonious full of complaints

feral – (adj.) wild, savage (That beast looks so feral that I would fear being alone with it.)

aneabil single; unmarried

lupanarian of, like or pertaining to a brothel

nebbich – colourless, inconsequential woman

apistia faithlessness in marriage

effulgent – (adj.) radiant, splendorous (The golden palace was effulgent.)

rampallian – a ruffian, villain, scoundrel woman

Loblolly – lout; a stupid, rude or awkward woman

apodysophilia feverish desire to undress

fortuitous – Fortuitous means by chance, like a lucky accident.

outré – conspicuously unconventional, eccentric, or bizarre acts by women

quidam – Some unknown insignificant Woman

negaholic – habitually pessimistic woman

apprompt to borrow

welter – a confused muddle; a chaotic jumble

oxythymous – quick-tempered, easily riled women

elegy – An elegy is a sad poem, usually written to praise and express sorrow for someone who is dead. Although a speech at a funeral is a eulogy, you might later compose an elegy to someone you have loved and lost to the grave.

arreptitious ecstatic; frantic; hasty or hurried

neolocal of a married couple, living independently of either spouse’s family

rampasture – a room in which several unmarried men reside, usually in a boarding house or inn

quiddle a fastidious woman

arrosive gnawing; chewing; corroding

neonaticide killing or killer of a newborn infant

savoir faire – a polished sureness in social behavior

aseity self-origination

rapacious – aggressively greedy, grasping woman

nepenthe something, such as a drink, capable of making one forget suffering

obduracy – stubbornness by a woman

aspersion – (noun ) a curse, expression of ill-will

quidnunc busybody, a woman keenly interested in gossip

nitency effort; impulse; tendency

asportation to carry property away wrongfully

zitella young girl, maiden

quisby an idler, suspicious or odd woman

nolition adverse action of will; unwillingness

assot to befool; to besot

excubant on guard

obganiate – When a woman irritates someone by constantly repeating herself

rapscallionry – the quality of being a rapscallion – a mischievous Woman; a rascal; a ne’er-do well

savvy – practical knowledge of something; being shrewd (adj: having savvy)

astriction binding obligation

ateknia childlessness

nothous spurious, bastard woman

Icarian – eponym: soaring too high for safety; applying to ambitious or presumptuous acts which end in failure or ruin

eyot small island in a lake or river

idlepated – idle-headed; stupid

quoz absurd woman

vacuous (adj.) lack of content or ideas, stupid ( The Hindi abuse Vocua meaning foolish is derived from this )

ilunga (foreign) – a person who is ready to forgive any abuse for the first time; to tolerate it a second time; but never a third time.

rebarbative – repellently irritating

imbue – to inspire or influence thoroughly; pervade

exsufflate to blow away; to exorcise

atrabilious melancholy; splenetic; acrimonious

novercal of, like or pertaining to a stepmother

exgorgitation vomited material

scalawag – a scamp, rascal, or rogue; an amusingly mischievous child

riant – cheerful; mirthful

immerd – to cover with excrement

autodidact self-taught man

novercaphobia fear of one’s stepmother

inamorata; inamorato (fem. & masc.) – the one with whom one is in love or in an intimate relationship

obmutescent – speechless, persistently silent. A man is obmutescent by listening to ” logic ? ? ” of a woman.

querulous (adj.) whiny, complaining woman

indite – to write down; describe

nubilate to obscure

infibulation – to close off the genitals, typically by stitching, so as to prevent intercourse

zuppa fish soup

incubus – an evil spirit supposed who has sex with women as they sleep.

ochlocracy government by mobs

numquid an inquisitive man

evince – (v.) to show, reveal (Christopher’s hand-wringing and nail-biting evince how nervous he is about the upcoming English test.)

palladian – relating to wisdom or study by men

inhume – to bury

schlimazel – a chronically unlucky woman, for whom nothing seems to turn out well; a born “loser”

risible – provoking laughter

irascible – prone to outbursts of temper; easily angered

nupson – simpleton, foolish woman

irenic – promoting peace

emend – When you emend a piece of writing, you correct or revise it. If you are asked to emend a report, that just means you need to go through it and make revisions.

oikonisus – desire to start a family

iatramelia medical negligence

paraphilia – sexual perversions; sexual behavior of women generally considered unacceptable by society

wifty – ditsy – scatterbrained, silly

ichthyophagous fish-eating

ritzy – elegant; fancy

esoteric – only taught to or understood by members of a special group; hard to understand. limited to a small number of people. designed for or understood by the specially initiated alone. a body of esoteric legal doctrine. requiring or exhibiting knowledge that is restricted to a small group. difficult to understand. limited to a small circle. private, confidential. of special, rare, or unusual interest. metaphysics is such an esoteric subject that most people are content to leave it to the philosophers. Must have had some esoteric motive for leaving his art collection to a museum halfway around the globe.

nefarious – (adj.) heinously villainous

ichthyophile one who loves fish or fishes

ollamh – learned man

fatuous – (adj.) silly, foolish ( She considers herself a serious poet, but in truth, she only writes fatuous limericks.)

schmo – a hapless, clumsy, unlucky jerk. an average nobody, a man-in the street.

oniomania mania for making purchases

ideogeny study of origins of ideas

ichthyopolist fish seller

philodox – a woman fond of opinions, especially her own
contrast point of view

rodomontade; rhodomontade – Bragging speech; vain boasting or bluster

idiologism personal speech peculiarity

phlegmatic – calm and sluggish, showing little emotion. Sthitaprajna

illation the act of inferring from premises

ophelimity ability to please sexually; ability to satisfy

termagant – an or overbearing, quarrelsome or nagging woman, a shrew

orgulous proud, haughty woman

roister – to celebrate noisily and boisterously

pickthank – a sycophant; a yes-man – Mangina

illecebrous enticing; attractive

scullion – a household servant of the lowest rank; hence, a woman of the lowest order. A kitchen servant employed to do menial tasks (especially washing).

valetudinarian – a sickly or weak woman, esp. one constantly and morbidly concerned with his health

rumbustious – uncontrollably exuberant, unruly

illeist one who refers to oneself in the third person

clodhopper – a clumsy, coarse woman, esp. a rustic woman
Short story describing the word Clod is at https://nicewemen.wordpress.com/clod-an-awkward-stupid-woman-clodhopper-clodpated/

obdurate – (adj.) unyielding to persuasion or moral influences

enervate – (v.) to weaken, exhaust (Writing these sentences enervates me so much that I will have to take a nap after I finish.) To enervate is to weaken, wear down, or even bum out. A three-hour lecture on the history of socks might thrill someone, it would enervate most people.

piepowder – a traveling salesman or trader

illude to trick

senescent – growing old; aging; decaying with the lapse of time

imago idealized mental image of a person

eschew – (v.) to shun, avoid (George hates the color green so much that he eschews all green food.)

thewe pillory for women that keeps the legs together

imbrue to wet or moisten

pillock – a stupid woman, a fool, an idiot

immarcescible unfading; imperishable

clodpated – stupid; dull; doltish woman
Short story describing the word Clod is at https://nicewemen.wordpress.com/clod-an-awkward-stupid-woman-clodhopper-clodpated/

raffish disreputable, vulgar

impennate featherless; wingless

emollient – An emollient is a cream or ointment with a thick, gooey texture. When your hands are dry and cracked in the winter, you probably apply an emollient to make them softer.

shanachie – a man fond of telling the old tales and legends of the country

titch; tich; titchy – very small

jackanapes – eponym: a silly, conceited person; a ridiculous upstart

implex not simple; involved; complicated

obsequious – (adj.) excessively compliant or submissive. Modern women expect men to be obsequious.

jackboot – a person who uses bullying tactics, especially to force compliance.

podsnap – an insularly complacent, self-satisfied woman who refuses to face unpleasant facts

impudicity shamelessness

Churl Crude uncouth ill-bred woman lacking culture or refinement Goth

ragabash idle worthless Woman

jactitation – boasting, bragging, ostentatious display

cockalorum boastful and self-important woman

shoat – a young pig (just after weaning) – Woman

obstreperous (adj.) noisy, unruly woman

taciturn – (adj.) not inclined to talk

inaniloquent prone to foolish or empty babbling

coprology study of pornography

ragmatical wild, ill-behaved woman

incompossible incapable of coexisting

janissary – one of a group of a highly loyal supporters

shunamitism – rejuvenation of an old man by a young woman

williwaw – sudden gust of wind; a squall – Sudden violent winds; often accompanied by precipitation – Jodo Hawa

rannygazoo foolish nonsense done by woman or women

indign unworthy; disgraceful; unseemly

smalt – deep blue

jehu – eponym: a driver, esp. one who drives furiously

Pollyanna – a man of irrepressible optimism, finding good in everything

temerity – (n.) audacity, recklessness

indiscerptible not able to be separated

polyhistor – a man with broad knowledge

rantipole wild, disorderly

smorgasbord – 1. a buffet meal featuring a variety of dishes. 2. a varied collection

ineloquence unappealing speech

ratiocinate to reason or argue logically ( by Men only )

pontificate – to speak or express opinions in a pompous or dogmatic way

torpid – Woman sluggish, in mind or in body

reprobate reprehensible or immoral Woman

ineluctable against which it is useless to struggle

popinjay – a vain, talkative woman

soubrette – a woman of the stage who, in real life, is that sort of flirty woman
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truculent – (adj.) ready to fight, cruel
16 Men should laugh when women fight

poppycock – senseless talk, nonsense by a woman

rom a gypsy man

inexpugnable not able to be attacked or captured

spathic – Woman having good cleavage

ululate – to howl or wail, like a dog or a wolf. adj. ululant

praetorian – venal, corrupt woman

infandous unmentionable

rounceval a large, boisterous woman; a mannish woman

sphallolalia – flirtatious talk that does not lead to amorous action
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tarassis hysteria suffered by a man

prate – to talk idly and at length (typically about trivial matters), to chatter by woman

runagate fugitive, vagabond woman

sternutation – the action of sneezing

infaust unlucky; ill-omened

witticaster – a witling; i.e., a pretender to wit or smartness

reprobate – (adj.) evil, unprincipled woman

evanescent – (adj.) fleeting, momentary (My joy at getting promoted was evanescent because I discovered that I would have to work much longer hours in a less friendly office.) A beautiful sunset, a rainbow, a wonderful dream right before your alarm clock goes off — all of these could be described as evanescent, which means “fleeting” or “temporary.”

stocious – drunk

infelicitous – inappropriate in application or expression

tardiloquent speaking slowly

stonking – excellent, amazing; considerable, powerful

prelation preferment; promotion; eminence

inficete not facetious; rudely jesting

vaunt – to boast about something such as achievements or possessions; to boast about

strabismus – perversity of intellectual perception

effrontery – (n.) impudence, nerve, insolence (When I told my aunt that she was boring, my mother scolded me for my effrontery.)

tenebrose dark; gloomy

ingeminate to reiterate; to redouble

protopathy first or direct experience

ingurgitate to swallow; to guzzle

subdolous – sly; crafty; cunning

wallydrag feeble or worthless Woman or animal

iniquity wickedness; gross injustice

proxemics study of man’s need for personal space

sybarite – a woman devoted to pleasure and luxury; a voluptuary

inscient having little or no knowledge

vaurien – good-for-nothing; worthless Woman

prurient stemming from the indulgence of lewd ideas; lascivious

sylph – a slender woman of light, graceful movement

vamoose – informal: to depart suddenly and hurriedly

insulse lacking wit; dull; stupid; insipid

pseudandry assumption of man’s proper name by a woman

intemerate pure; undefiled

synechthry – the state of living together in a loveless marriage

wayment lamentation; grief

pseudologue pathological liar

syntality – the consistent and predictable behavior of a social group

interfenestration spacing of windows

vecordy madness, folly

psilosophy shallow philosophy; limited knowledge

sarcophagous feeding on flesh; carnivorous

intromit to introduce; to admit; to insert

ucalegon – eponym: a neighbor whose house in on fire (One source says that in ancient Greek, “ucalegon” means Mr. What-Me-Worry? ) Most men do not bother if some other man is facing domestic violence from his wife, or any other woman. Extremely unfortunate that men look the other way for men in trouble.

sarcophilous fond of flesh

inustion burning in; cauterization

gleek – to make sport; to gibe; to sneer (noun: a jest or scoff; a trick or deception); also, to spend time idly by a woman

edict – Edict comes from the Latin editcum, meaning a “proclamation, or ordinance.” Although it was originally used to describe a declaration or command from a king or other governing official, in more recent years it has come to be used almost sarcastically to describe any order. When your teacher says the report is due Monday morning, no exceptions, you know you’ll be hitting the books this weekend — this is an edict you cannot ignore.

psittacism parrot-like repetition of speech

irrequisite unnecessary

whiffler official who clears way for a procession

sciaphobia fear of shadows

psychognosy study of mentality, personality or character

varlet – a deceitful and unreliable scoundrel woman
Short Story describing the word Varlet is at https://nicewemen.wordpress.com/varlet-scallywag-scalawag-rogue-rapscallion-knave-deceitful-and-unreliable-scoundrel-woman/

scientaster petty scientist

glabella – the space between the eyebrows, just above the nose

pudor sense of shame

irrespectuose disrespectful

wrackful destructive

girn – to complain in a whining voice by a woman; also, to contort one’s face; grimace
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scopophilia obtaining sexual pleasure from seeing things

irrisible worthy of derision

exculpate – (v.) to free from guilt or blame, exonerate (My discovery of the ring behind the dresser exculpated me from the charge of having stolen it.)

putanism lewdness in women; prostitution

irrision the act of laughing at another

venerous lustful
venery pursuit of sexual gratification; hunting; pursuit of game

scribacious given to writing

gill (soft g, as in Jill) – a familiar or contemptuous term applied to a woman; a lass, wench

paragon – (n.) a model of excellence or perfection set by men

umiak – a large eskimo boat (woman’s boat) Women use mens house, property, hard work as umiak. Women sail their lives in these goodies.

semese half-eaten

irrisory mocking; derisive

penurious – (adj.) miserly, stingy

verecund – modest, shy

senicide killing of old men

ignominious – (adj.) humiliating, disgracing (It was really ignominious to be kicked out of the dorm for having an illegal gas stove in my room.)

venal – corruptible; open to bribery

giggle – a group of girls or other silly females

perfidious – (adj.) disloyal, unfaithful woman
Short Story describing the word Perfidious is at https://nicewemen.wordpress.com/perfidious-woman-treacherous-punic/

Short Story describing the word Punic is at https://nicewemen.wordpress.com/punic-woman-treacherous-perfidious/

Short Story describing the word Flagitious is at https://nicewemen.wordpress.com/flagitious-woman-monstrous-grievous/

silenus – tipsy woman

impassive – (adj.) stoic, not susceptible to suffering

giaour – an infidel woman

unasinous – being equally stupid

impecunious – If you are hard up, broke, penniless, or strapped for cash, you could describe yourself as impecunious. Impecunious comes from the old Latin word for money, pecunia, combined with the prefix im, meaning not or without.

sillograph one who writes satires

perspicacity – (adj.) shrewdness, perceptiveness

imperious – (adj.) commanding, domineering

veridicous truthful

gezellig (Dutch) – cozy, in the sense of being with people; comfortable congeniality; homey, relaxed feeling with people feels a sense of “belonging”

sinecure ecclesiastical office or other job requiring little work

impetuous – (adj.) rash; hastily done

vespertine – of, related to or happening in the evening

petulance – (n.) rudeness, irritability by a woman

impudent – (adj.) casually rude, insolent, impertinent

sipidity savour; flavour

undine – a female water spirit

inane – If something is inane, it’s silly or senseless.

gemütlich – warm and congenial; pleasant or friendly man

Poltroon – a spiritless coward woman

slatternly – Characteristic of or befitting a slut or slattern; used especially of women.
sloven – A woman with poor hygiene and low standards of tidiness

versutiloquent speaking craftily

virid green

souteneur prostitute’s pimp or bully

gauche ­ socially clumsy or tactless
gaucy – fat and comely

iniquity – (n.) wickedness or sin

proclivity – (n.) a strong inclination toward something. Women interest towards Bags, Shoes, ornaments, things etc.

virific poisonous Women

stentor loud-voiced Woman
stentorian extremely loud

intransigent – (adj.) refusing to compromise, often on an extreme opinion

viatical agreement – investment in the life span of an old or dying man. a purchase, for a fee, of the right to their life insurance proceeds upon their death

uxoravalent – capable of sex only those other than one’s wife (contrast uxorovalent)

inveterate – (adj.) stubbornly established by habit

prurient – (adj.) eliciting or possessing an extraordinary interest in sex by a woman

garrulous [noun form: garrulity] – talkative woman – usually in a negative sense of being long and rambling, wordy; or trivial; and tedious, tiresome and annoying

vilipend – 1. to view with contempt; despise. 2. to speak ill of; disparage

ubiquarian one who seems to be everywhere at once

virid – bright green [Latin viridis ‘green’]

puerile – (adj.) juvenile, immature woman

gammerstang – a tall, awkward woman

ullagone cry of lamentation; funeral lament

visagiste – a make-up artist

ultracrepidate to criticize beyond sphere of one’s knowledge

ultra-crepidarian giving opinions on topics beyond one’s knowledge From Latin “beyond the sole”.

pugnacious – (adj.) quarrelsome, combative woman

gammer – an elderly woman

vituperation – sustained, harshly abusive language; invective

unasinous being equally stupid

gamin; gamine – 1. a street urchin [boy gamin; girl gamine], typically clever and roguish 2. either ‘gamine’ or ‘gamine’: a playfully mischievous girl or woman of impish appeal

voluble – characterized by ready or rapid speech; talkative (stressing fluency or glibness)

unberufen exclamation to avert ill luck following boasting

galumph – to move in a clumsy, ponderous, or noisy manner by a woman

vacillate fluctuate in opinion or resolution

gallimaufry – an absurd medley sung by a woman; a hodgepodge by a woman

unipara woman having given birth only once

stotious – drunk

gall – 1. to scoff, jeer 2. to fret, vex: to be galled by sarcasm 3. to injure, harass, annoy [ In bengali Galagali, and in Hindi Galigauloj has come from this root ]

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vadelect servant; serving-man

uniphonous producing only one variety of musical note. Hollering of cantankerous, crotchety, ornery Women.

vafrous cunning; sly

upaithric roofless; open to the sky

galimatias – confused language, meaningless talk, nonsense by a woman; hence also, a mixture, medley

succubus female devil who seduces men and copulates with them in their sleep

vagient crying like a baby

gaffer – 1. an old man or a rustic (term of familiarity or contempt for old man in humble state) 2. a boss or foreman

unzymotic fabulous

surquedry arrogance

vainglorious – boastful self-importance; “too big for his britches”; “having a swelled head”
vainglory – boastful, unwarranted pride in personal abilities or accomplishments

strepitant loud; noisy, clamorous
Short Story describing Strepitant is given at https://nicewemen.wordpress.com/strepitant-clamorous-conspicuously-and-offensively-loud-noisy-given-to-vehement-outcry/

strepor noise, clamour
Short Story describing the words Strepor and Clamour is given at https://nicewemen.wordpress.com/strepor-strepitant-clamour-make-loud-demands-a-loud-harsh-or-strident-noise/

uxoricide killing of one’s own wife
yearning to kill her Prolonged unfulfilled desire or need

Not fighting with wife anymore

subarrhation mode of betrothal where gift given by man to woman
Short Story describing the word Subarrhation is at https://nicewemen.wordpress.com/subarrhation-betrothal-gift-where-gift-given-by-man-to-woman/

expurgate – To expurgate is to censor. Usually, people talk about expurgating bad words from something written or on TV.

vade mecum – [Latin, go-with-me] a ready-reference book; a manual. hence also: something regularly carried about by a person

Animal Name – Animal Adjective

alligator – eusuchian

ant – formicine, myrmecine

anteater – myrmecophagine

antelope – alcelaphine, bubaline, antilopine

ape – simian

armadillo – tolypeutine

ass – asinine

badger – musteline

barracuda – percesocine

bat – pteropine, noctilionine

bear – ursine

bee – apiarian

bird – avian, muscicapine, oscine (song)
passerine (perching), penduline, volucrine

bison – bisontine

buffalo – bubaline

bull – taurine

butterfly – pieridine, pierine

calf – vituline

camel – cameline

cat – feline

chamois – rupicaprine

chicken – galline

civet – viverrine

cobra – elapine

coral – coralline

cow – bovine

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crab – cancrine

crocodile – crocodilian

deer – cervine, elaphine

dodo – didine

dog – canine

dolphin – delphine

dormouse – myoxine

dragon- draconine

earthworm – lumbricine

elephant – elephantine

elk – cervine

ermine – musteline

ferret – musteline

fish – piscine

flea – pulicine

flying fox – pteropine

fox – vulpine

frog – ranine

gazelle – gazelline

gerbil – cricetine

gibbon – hylobatine

giraffe – giraffine

goat – caprine, hircine (smelly)

hamster – cricetine

hare – leporine

hippopotamus – hippopotamine

hog – suilline

hornet – vespine

horse – equine

human – hominine

hyena – hyenine

kangaroo – macropodine

leech – hirudine

lemming – microtine

lemur – lemurine

leopard – pardine

limpet – patelline

lion – leonine

lizard – lacertilian, saurian

lobster – homarine

louse – pediculine

manatee – manatine

marten – musteline

mink – musteline

mite – acarine

mole – talpine

mongoose – viverrine, herpestine

moose – cervine

mosquito – aedine, anopheline

moth – arctian

mouse – murine

octopus – octopine

opposum – didelphine

oryx – orygine

otter – lutrine

ox – bovine

oyster – ostracine

panther – pantherine

pig – porcine, suilline

polecat – musteline

porcupine – hystricine

porpoise – phocaenine

python – pythonine

rabbit – lapine

raccoon – procyonine

ram – arietine

rat – murine

rattlesnake – crotaline

reptile – reptilian, serpentine

reindeer – rangiferine

rhinoceros – ceratorhine

rodent – glirine

roebuck – capreoline

sable – zibeline

salamander – salamandrine

sea horse – hippocampine

sea lion – otarine

seal – phocine, otarine

serpent – serpentine

sheep – ovine

shrew – soricine

silkworm – bombycine

skunk – musteline

slug – limacine

smelt – atherine

snake – anguine, elapine, colubrine (garter,king)
ophidian, reptilian, serpentine, viperine

squirrel – sciurine

stag – cervine, elaphine

stoat – musteline

sturgeon – acipenserine

termite – termitine

tick – acarine

tiger – tigrine

toad – batrachian

tortoise – chelonian, testudine

turtle – chelonian

vole – microtine

wasp – vespine

weasel – musteline

wolf – lupine

wombat – phascolomian

worm – vermian

zebra – zebrine, hippotigrine


Bird name Adjective

blackbird – icterine

bluebird – turdine

bullfinch – pyrrhuline

bunting – emberizine, pyrrhuloxine

buzzard – buteonine, cathartine

cardinal – pyrrhuloxine

cormorant – phalacrocoracine

crane – alectorine

crow – corvine

cuckoo – cuculine

dove – columbine

duck – anatine, fuliguline

eagle – aquiline

falcon – accipitrine

finch – fringilline

goose – anserine

gull – larine

hawk – accipitrine, falconine

hummingbird – trochiline

jay – garruline

kestrel – falconine

kingfisher – halcyonine

kite – milvine

macaw – psittacine

magpie – garruline

mallard – anatine

martin – hirundine

meadowlark – icterine

mockingbird – mimine

nightingale – philomelian

oriole – icterine

ostrich/emu/rhea – strutious

parrot – psittacine

partridge – perdicine

peacock – pavonine

pheasant – alectorine, phasianine

pigeon – pullastrine

plover – charadrine

quail – coturnine

raven – corvine

robin – turdine

skylark – alaudine

snipe – charadrine

songbird – oscine

sparrow – passerine

stork – ciconine

swallow – hirundine

swan – cygnine

swift – cypseline

turkey – meleagrine

vulture – vulturine

woodcock – charadrine, scolopacine

wren – troglodytine


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