How do you pronounce Pochemuchka?

I’m sure someone’s written about it in English, perhaps one of the countless Western expats blogging from this beer drinker’s paradise. But to be frank, today I just can’t be bothered to Google that. The word is opicka (pronounced oh-peetch-kuh).

What is Pochemuchka?

Pochemuchka definition Filters. (rare) A child who asks many questions; an overly curious child, why-boy, why-girl, why-er (usually in the context of Russia)

What does Pronounciate mean?

To pronounce
Verb. pronounciate. (nonstandard, chiefly humorous) To pronounce.

How do you use Pochemuchka in a sentence?

For the person who asks too many questions, refer to the Russian term pochemuchka (p: push-a-mooch-ka). In a sentence: “Stop being a pochemuchka and just listen to the tour guide.”

Is Pochemuchka a noun?

Pochemuchka (noun)–a person who asks a lot of questions, especially the “why” questions. “Pochemu” is Russian for “why”, and “chka” is one of the noun-forming suffixes, denoting a person. This word is usually applied to young children.

How do you pronounce Blerta?

  1. Phonetic spelling of Blerta. bler-ta. Bluhrrta.
  2. Meanings for Blerta. Blerta is a female given name. Means the color green in general.
  3. Examples of in a sentence. UN Women Egypt’s activities highly aligned to national priorities, Blerta Aliko tells Ahram Online.

Is Exulansis an English word?

Exulansis is a term coined by John Koenig in his Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows. He defines this concept as: “The tendency to give up trying to talk about an experience because people are unable to relate to it…”

How do you use Exulansis in a sentence?

Exulansis: The tendency to give up trying to talk about an experience because people can’t relate to it. “The defendant seems to be in a state of exulansis.”

What is the longest word in English language?

pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis Appearing in the Oxford English Dictionary, this 45-letter word for a disease is the longest English word that is defined in a major dictionary. It’s a technical word referring to the lung disease more commonly known as silicosis.