What is the longest american english word

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Are there more longer words in American English than in British E…?
One thing that’s often struck me about American English is that long words quite often seem to be preferred to shorter alternatives that are more likely to be used by British speakers of English. One example I’ve heard in the last half hour…
What is the longest word in the dictornary in America in english??
Pneumonoultramicroscopic silicovolcanoconiosis It’s one word (45 letters) but I had to break it up so it wouldn’t cut off the end with “…”

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What is the longest english word in an american Dictionary?
A: otorhinolaryngological (22 letters),immunoelectrophoretically (25 letters),psychophysicotherapeutics (25 letters),thyroparathyroidectomized (25 letters),pneumoencephalographically (26 letters),radioimmunoelectrophoresis (26 letters),psychoneuroendocrinological (27 letters)hepaticocholangiogastrostomy (28 letters),spectrophotofluorometrically (28 letters),pseudopseudohypoparathyroidism (30 letters).
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Q: The word itself is often referenced in English-speaking popular culture Antidisestablishmentarianism….”due to its unusual length of 28 letters and 12 syllables. It is commonly believed to be the longest word in the English language, excluding coined and technical terms not found in major dictionaries”. I cited Wikipedia for this definition.I am actually a bit upset that everyone quotes the “Oxford Dictionary” So with that in mind I will say that the longest word is one that is not of technical or medical origin. For obvious reasons there are several words longer that I can find on the back of a coke can, but they really mean nothing but what a chemical is named. So therefore I believe that the longest word in “English”, american or The Queens Spoken language is: Antidisestablishmentarianism.By the way it was a 19th century political movement that was against the removal of the Church of England as the official church of state in Ireland and Wales.
A: This answer explains and pronounces the longest words courtesy of http://www.Wikipedia.org and http://www.iSpeech.org.Prior to explanation, here is the not so short list:Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanocon SupercalifragilisticexpialidociousPseudopseudohypoparathyroidismFloccinaucinihilipilificationAntidisestablishmentarianismDeinstitutionalizationCounterrevolutionariesPneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanocon, pronounced for you by iSpeech.org, is the longest English word according to Oxford English Dictionary. It is a coined, technical word.http://www.ispeech.org/view.php?hash=937aa927ad5d7844a8e180ead1225fac01&uid=2747Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, pronounced for you by iSpeech.org, is an English word in the song with the same title in the musical film Mary Poppins. At 34 characters, it is mistakenly thought by many to be the longest English word.http://www.ispeech.org/view.php?hash=0381610c87e511c2927687ede2fb312501&uid=2747Pseudopseudohypoparathyroidism, pronounced for you by iSpeech.org, is the longest non-coined word in a major dictionary. This technical word is 30 characters long.http://www.ispeech.org/view.php?hash=5e2b0d0dea280dc441875949dcc9e9b801&uid=2747The longest non-technical, coined word is Floccinaucinihilipilification, pronounced for you by iSpeech.org. At 29 characters it is the longest non-technical word in English.http://www.ispeech.org/view.php?hash=b687f44d44a5bfec83e71eb1727530b301&uid=2747At 28 characters, the longest non-coined and non-technical word isAntidisestablishmentarianism, pronounced for you by iSpeech.org.http://www.ispeech.org/view.php?hash=6ef9bb00d1d99a29086e65d071ed701601&uid=2747According to Ross Eckler, the longest words likely to be encountered in general text are deinstitutionalization and counterrevolutionaries, with 22 letters each, pronounced for you by iSpeech.org.http://www.ispeech.org/view.php?hash=d8f8a7e08413d89c251530e7e93d364b01&uid=2747Notable but not truly English:The longest officially recognized place name in an English-speaking country is Taumatawhakatangihangakoauauotamateapokaiwhenuakitanatahu, pronounced for you by iSpeech.org. At 85 letters this hill in New Zealand qualifies as the longest official name of a place. However, this is written in the Māori language, and therefore does not qualify under the heading of “Longest English Word”.http://www.ispeech.org/view.php?hash=e5cc56e015e1e9e514edd423027f383901&uid=2747The 58-character name Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwy, pronounced for you by iSpeech.org, is the famous name of a town on Anglesey, an island of Wales. This place’s name is actually 51 letters long, as certain character groups in Welsh are considered as one letter, for instance ll, ng and ch. It is generally agreed, however, that this invented name, adopted in the mid-19th century, was contrived solely to be the longest name of any town in Britain. http://www.ispeech.org/view.php?hash=77f4760e2e9960e51c93b66bf83685b601&uid=2747
English/American words……..comments?
Q: I have been interested in the word “SCARF” as used on American TV, as in “he scarfed down his food”, meaning he ate hungrily. I always said “SCOFF” as in “he scoffed down his food”, meaning he ate hungrily. Is this because an American, saying “scoff”, would sound like an English person saying “scarf” (because of the difference in accent?)Also – in the news today “Black’s lawyer said he sounded SNOTTY and arrogant…” To me, snotty has to do with what comes out of your nose. I would say that the lawyer meant that he sounded SNOOTY, with a long OO, meaning kind of snobbish. Is this an English/American difference?What do you think? (People with different cultural backgrounds)
A: Which side of the Atlantic r u on? I would say (on the English side) That scarfing down your food was just scoffing down yer food, with an american accent. However, 2 b snotty could mean being ignorant or stuck up – whereas being snooty, 2 me, just means being posh or snobby.
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