Thursday, March 25, 2010

Balderdash (27)

is a weekly meme hosted by Ryan at Wordsmithonia.

This is very easy to do!
If you comment on blogs you can do this too.
Write down all the word verifictions you get while posting comments on other peoples blogs.
You then play Balderdash with them.

In case you don't know how to play:
You take the made up word and come up with an authentic sounding definition for it.
Do this for a week and then post your best or favorite ones every Thursday.

Here are mine for this week:
 
Ariess - the name of a goddess whose name was a play on words.  The name is to mean airless.  The Goddess is the one worshipped for all animals and vegetation under the sea and lakes - anything that lives under the water.  She has beautiful, shiney scales as her skin, which reflect amazing shades of colors.

Sharain - a jungle tribal people who are tall with narrow features.  These people live in the large, lush trees of the jungles.  They are quick at climbing and running the limbs, never touching the ground they can roam the whole jungle.

flamar - a word given to the flare and flash of sparkles and glamour of shiney materials, jewelry, and makeup that is overdone.

syluide - the solitude a patient has at a psychiatric facility in a thriller/horror book or movie, just before everything goes to hell.

Now for my sons words and definitions this week:

gremiti - a board game that takes five days to play and it IS real life for this time, you can choose different games and areas.

plawk - a kind of hawk that never dies and are very rare to find, only five have been sighted.

6 comments:

  1. Hi Ryan! Thank you! Now I have to get to reading the blogs. I have spent to much time playing around with my blog. :)

    ReplyDelete
  2. Great words! :) Love the new background, by the way, and header! :)

    ReplyDelete
  3. Hey Krista! Thank you! Glad you enjoyed the words and glad you like the new look! :)

    ReplyDelete
  4. Flamar and the meaning you gave it sounds great for The Hunger Games trilogy.... in the Capitol!=)

    I always enjoy reading your definitions!=)

    ReplyDelete
  5. Chasity - That word would fit the people in Capitol real well! I didn't think of that. Great catch. I am glad you enjoy reading the definitions. Thank you. :)

    ReplyDelete

Sorry, got 106 spam comments in less than 24hrs. Had to turn on again.

I love comments! Please share your thoughts. I will respond here in the comments back to you.

I'll try again without word verification, but if Spammers get out of hand again I'll turn it back on.

Thank you for visiting!