Which is the longest word in english?

United Arab Emirates
September 22, 2006 3:40am CST
Do you know that?
3 responses
@StarBright (2799)
• United States
7 Oct 06
The longest non-technical word in the English dictionary is flocci­nauci­nihili­pili­fication which means "the act of estimating something as worthless." Bill Clinton's secretary, Mike Curry, is the most recent recorded user of the word. When Mr. Curry used it, he did so with a bit of sarcasm.
8 Oct 06
Must be hard to actually say correctly.
8 Oct 06
I would of had to have guessed at supercalifragalousexpaledocious though I'm not sure you'll find it in a dictionary. ;)
@kunalsp (428)
• India
7 Oct 06
i have no idea which one is longest.