Officially the longest word in the English language without using any of the five vowels, “A”, “E”, “I”, “O”, or “U”. Can Be used to describe more than one set of “twyns” or twins, in modern English, usually referring to baby lambs. “Twyndyllings” is considered obsolete by many scholars, and can be found in texts from Old English, circa pre 1100 AD.
by Xxxatc185xxX May 27, 2018
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