A new word I've invented

@jakesmum (154)
Australia
May 12, 2008 10:01pm CST
I love words, that's one of the reasons I love to write. The past couple of days, I've finally been brave enough to put my newest new word into print. I've used the word on several occasions on the Mylot website, and I'm interested to see if anyone thinks they would take on the word. And what, you ask, is the word then? The word is "Yummerlicious" (occasionally spelt yummalicious - I prefer the 'er' rather than 'a' in the middle. The meaning is a cross between yummy and delicious, with a little bit more than both, and I use it in real life quite often when I eat something that is particularly tasty. I invite everyone to try out the word, and we'll see if we can get it into the dictionary!
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5 responses
• Philippines
13 May 08
Very cool! Hahaha! Its sort of like "fantabulous" as well, which is a hybrid of fantastic and fabulous! I wonder who invented that though! What other words have you invented so far? :)
@jakesmum (154)
• Australia
13 May 08
I love fantabulous! I can't remember any other words I've invented, I know there was one, Oh that's right - enknowledgement. It sounds so serious, and it's just teasing all those learned types who spout multi-syllable clap trap. Do you feel enknowledged? I'm glad to have added to your ongoing enknowledgement! Go and eat something yummerlicious! I love fresh baked muffins, with walnuts and fruit in them. I'd love to make some today, but we've run out of eggs and money - it will have to wait a couple more days. I'm thinking of carrot muffins next time, maybe sweet, maybe savoury.
@paid2write (5202)
13 May 08
I love newly coined words. Wouldn't it be great to get one into common usage! I prefer the first spelling because the second spelling has 'malicious' in it, which could give it a different meaning. To make it a true hybrid word you should leave out the middle R - yummelicious - as there is no R in either word. Keep using it and your new word could catch on.
@jakesmum (154)
• Australia
13 May 08
Hey, great point! But you could use the 'a' in the middle version for food with poison in it Ha Ha.
@tiffiny (872)
• United States
13 May 08
Lol Oh I'm so using it just becuase it's so funny. Definately not going to be added into the dictionary any time soon but hey you can keep trying. But it made me laugh so I'll have to pass it on. How can you not.
@jakesmum (154)
• Australia
13 May 08
If a word gets into publication, it's got a chance of getting into the dictionary. I don't think Mylot publication would do it, but if enough of us use the word, as widely as possible, who knows what can happen. Maybe if anyone out there writes restaurant reviews, and uses the word, it might get there!
• United States
2 Jun 08
That's interesting. I've never been one to create words, except when I was younger. I think the word yummerlicious will catch on with the right people. I think you should spread it around like wild fire, lol. Have you posted that word online anywhere else? I came across a website at the beginning of the year where you could post made up words. Try looking for it.
@greenline (14853)
• Canada
30 May 08
That's fantastic ! You are a genious. Ok, I will try it out too , and let me know when it gets into the dictionary. Best wishes !