2020 has been a busy year for me. I’m hoping that things slow down a bit in 2021 and I get to be more creative.

Anyway, I ran across The Word Machine, by Timo Van Neerden. (It’s part of his web tools package, which you can find here.) In no time at all, I came up with about 30 pseudo-English words:


I like these. And I’m pretty sure that English—which has more words than most languages, but still lacks the right word at times—can use some of these. 

Just look at “bacue”. I can’t decide if this means “a cue to add bacon to a dish, or to add more bacon” or if it simply means “a slice of bacon”. It could go either way:

This soup has a couple of bacues. It’s kind of bland.

I don’t know what you’re talking about. I used six bacues when I made it!

For what it’s worth, here’s the complete list of randomly generated words. If I think of a definition of some, I’ll add them in below. If you have some ideas, please leave a comment.

  • subsy
  • vasauthunt
  • howeid
  • fiverece
  • dardt
  • repack
  • manitytore
  • joheymyxs
  • killil
  • reldinhor
  • undism
  • hielumpled
  • bellass
  • tonff
  • subeargion
  • litually
  • chagon
  • revereff
  • pernify
  • elbleglyo
  • chuingly
  • berlinal
  • mirin
  • squese
  • gligan
  • mentedose
  • famsywhere
  • ingingy
  • smalis
  • excon
  • parkse
  • gyphysione
  • baserse
  • squarnd
  • persex
  • polmal
  • veratin
  • troidety
  • diantef
  • alines
  • trabo
  • bacue
  • posel
  • winacht
  • stanss
  • friddlogrd
  • dedusic
  • crogyne
  • sanie
  • clielly
  • horned
  • coryonwo
  • refultice
  • aniaru
  • krebus
  • glaccame
  • subworsok
  • funcristry
  • crourph
  • balaphoon
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