Their are three words in an English Dictionary that ends with "gry". One of them is "Angry", and another one is "Hungry". What is the third word???.

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nugry?


Guess the Third Word..!!

Refer http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/-gry

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Yes, this is a kind of questions wich is easy to find in internet. Emotion: smile
Well, I found my answer here:

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=nugry
Newmoon got the correct answer..!! the third one.. is nugry.. !! and the answer in the I.Q. test is Letter "E".. nice one..!! newmoon...

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Marcus JacobNewmoon got the correct answer..!! the third one.. is nugry.. !! and the answer in the I.Q. test is Letter "E".. nice one..!! newmoon...

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How about my answer? Why is it wrong?
I think the questioner picked NewMoon's answer because there is no word in current use in English which answers the question.

Nugry is not a traditional English word. It is a neologism (new word) created by corrupting (altering) the word "newbie," which means a novice, someone new to a game or social group (usually online). "Nugry" is used instead of "newbie" only by a very small community of word-puzzle fans on Usenet, an online network. In that joking context, it is pluralized oddly. Instead of "nugries," the plural is "nusgry." This is not a normal English plural form; it is just a joke.

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=nugry

http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=nugry

The joke itself as presented by the questioner here is incomplete. Here's the whole story. The joke is based on misdirection; people look for the third -gry word instead of choosing the third word in the the phrase "the English language."
There was once a puzzle that read something like this: "One word that
ends in GRY is ANGRY, and another is HUNGRY. There are three common
words in THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. What's the third?" The point is that
there is no third common English word that ends in GRY, and the victim
of this riddle tries and tries to find one, only to eventually be told
that LANGUAGE is the third word. Ha ha ha. Thanks to Usenet, the red
herring bit of the puzzle has completely lost its host, and people are
trying to find a third word that ends in GRY.