The best word in any language is cobopulate....

It can be used to describe anything, it sounds technical.
It is so versatile.
It can be used any where in a sentence.
It can be reconfigured to be a different word with a completely different meaning.

Dis-cobopulate
re-cobopulate
co-cobopulte
ancobopulate

It is my favourite word of all the words....
Dont believe me I will prove it... ask me a question...

Chris Dalton
Inventor of the word Cobopulate.
This is an interesting and cobopulative word which could
become useful once it becomes attached to a meaning.

Did you cobopulate the word yourself?

By the way, your new word reminds me a lot of discombobulate.

discombobulate (dîs´kem-bòb´ye-lât´) verb, transitive
discombobulated, discombobulating, discombobulates
To throw into a state of confusion. See synonyms at CONFUSE.
[Perhaps alteration of DISCOMPOSE.]
- dis´combob´ula´tion noun
I'm a big fan of "atatakakunakatta" from Japanese, meaning "wasn't warm."
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The origin of the word 'atatakakunakatta' probably came from the sound of someone's teeth chattering when they tried to say that they 'weren't warm'. You tend to stutter a bit when it's freezing and your mouth is numb.Emotion: smile

I'm pretty sure 'CHOCOLATE' is the best word in any language. Mmmmmm!
Hey, Mr. Chris Dalton,

didn't already the Smurfs invent such a word that can be used for anything and everything?? - I don't know though what the word is in English as I've seen that series only dubbed. Maybe it was "smurf"? Emotion: smile
@pemmican: you're absolutely right the universal word is "smurf" ... e.g. to smurf the whole day long, that smurfs, what the smurf, you're so smurfy today, I like your smurfed expression ... propably son of smurf!?! Emotion: hmm (never mind)

I guess I could continue for hours! Emotion: geeked
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A glocky kuzdra shteckily boodlaned the bokr and is kudring the bokry.
(?????? ?????? ????? ????????? ????? ? ???????? ????????)

This calked from Russian sentence was invented by a philologist Lev Sherba to illustrate word formation and usage. Although the words by themselves have no sence, general meaning is clear from the way they are used in the sentence.

PS: bokry in original was '????????'. Unfortunately, there is no suffix in English which, being attached to a word, would mean 'baby bokr' (as in original), no suffix other than 'y'.
Not really. In Japanese, "atatakai" means warm, and "atatakakunakatta" follows the same conjugation as all other adjectives of that type. It's not special or anything... that's just an amusing coincidence.
AnonymousNot really. In Japanese, "atatakai" means warm, and "atatakakunakatta" follows the same conjugation as all other adjectives of that type. It's not special or anything... that's just an amusing coincidence.
Yep.
Atatakai = Warm
Atatakakunai = Isn't warm
Atatakakunakatta = Wasn't warm
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