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Paper-belly
Hobo lingo
A person unable to drink liquor straight, or one who grimaces after drinking.

Petrichor
Greek
The clean, pleasant smell that accompanies rain falling on dry ground. It’s from the Greek petra (stone) and ichor (the blood of Greek gods and goddesses). The term was coined by two Australian researchers in 1964.

milliHelen
No etymology - nonce-word - humour
The quantity of beauty required to launch just one ship.

Dysania
Rare - unable to locate etymology.
Having difficulty getting out of bed in the morning.

Tags: greek, wordsmith: nerdfury
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