150 Funny Words to Say Out Loud...

150 Funny Words to Say Out Loud

It’s important to add new words to your vocabulary. Even though you might read and write every day, there are still plenty of words you haven’t heard before. There are some examples of funny words to say below. Make sure to share them with your friends and family soon!

Short Funny Words To Say 

Whether you’re writing a text or speaking aloud, here are some of the funniest words to say. They sound absolutely hilarious!

Gubbins

This refers to an object with little or no value. It can also be used to describe a silly person.

Lollygag

This word means you’re messing around or wasting time.

Malarkey

This means someone is spewing insincere or foolish words.

Bibble

If you see someone eating or drinking noisily, you can use the word bibble!

Wabbit

This word has a Scottish origin. It means you’re exhausted.

Quire

This is an example of a hilarious word. It refers to two dozen sheets of paper.

Erf

This is a weird-sounding word. It refers to a plot of land.

Cleek

This sounds like a creek. However, it refers to a big hook.

Yitten

This is a fun word. It means frightened.

Blubber

This refers to a thick layer of fat.

Pronk

This means leaping into the air with an arched back and stiff legs.

Piffle

This means someone is speaking nonsense.

Puggle

This is a dog that is a mix between a pug and a beagle.

Futz

This refers to wasting your time.

Dollop

This is a small quality of something, normally food.

Skirl

This is the sound that bagpipes make.

Dongle

This is a piece of hardware.

Oxter

This is a word for armpit.

Gibbons

This refers to knicknacks with no real value.

Hogwash

This means something sounds fake.

Bupkis

This means nothing.

Yooper

This is what you call residents of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.

Fipple

This could be used to describe a mouthpiece or recorder.

Aloof

This means someone is not friendly.

Ratoon

This refers to the small shoot that grows from the root of a plant.

Wamble

This refers to feeling nauseous.

Tweep

This is a person who uses Twitter.

Spim

This means spam sent over instant message.

Dingus

Use this word when you forget what something is called.

Xertz

This means you’re eating food quickly or greedily because you’ve been starving.

Funny Words To Say Out Loud

Here are some funny-sounding words in the English language. They’ll make you laugh aloud!

Bumfuzzle

This means you’re confused, perplexed, or flustered.

Cattywampus

This is a term used in the Midland and Southern United States. It means something is in disarray or askew.

Gardyloo

This word has a Scottish origin. It’s the word that people in Edinburgh shouted out their windows as a warning before dumping their slop buckets out of their windows.

Taradiddle

This word is meant to be used when you catch someone telling a pretentious lie.

Snickersnee

This word refers to a long, dangerous knife.

Widdershins

This means something is moving counter-clockwise or in the wrong direction.

Collywobbles

This word means you have a weird feeling in your stomach.

Abibliophobia

This word describes people who are afraid of running out of things to read.

Impignorate

This means you’re pawning something.

Nudiustertian

This means the day before yesterday.

Yarborough

This word should be used when playing cards. It refers to a time when the dealer hands out cards without any numbers above a nine.

Conjubilant

This means shouting in joy with a group.

Zoanthropy

This word is used to describe anyone who believes they have changed into an animal.

Pauciloquent

This is a word you can use to someone who doesn’t say much or who gives an extremely short speech.

Erinaceous

If you see someone who resembles a hedgehog, use this funny word to describe them.

Flibbertigibbet

This word is used to describe someone who talks incessantly.

Sialoquent

This word means you’re spraying saliva as you’re speaking.

Pandiculation

This refers to the action of stretching and yawning when you’re exhausted.

Bloviate

This refers to someone who talks nonstop and their words have no meaning.

Borborygym

This refers to the rumbling sensation in your stomach when you’re hungry.

Brouhaha

This word describes a big event.

Absquatulate

This is a form of slang for when someone leaves suddenly.

Comeuppance

You’ve probably heard this funny word before. It means someone is going to get what they have coming to them.

Billingsgate

This describes coarse language.

Hullaballoo

This word is used to describe a commotion.

Connybrook

This word means an uprising, melee, or riot.

Festooned

This refers to the way a house is decorated.

Ramshackle

This describes a place that looks like it’s going to fall apart.

Abecedarian

This refers to someone learning the alphabet.

Funny Words To Say To Your Friends

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Here are some fun words along with their definition. Your friends are going to laugh when they hear you use them the next time you see them!

Nincompoop

When you’re friends are bothering you, call them a nincompoop. It refers to someone who is silly.

Fartlek

This is what runners do when they change between sprinting and jogging.

Everywhen

This means all the time.

Titter

Use this word instead of giggle or laughter.

Octothorpe

This is the real name for the hashtag symbol.

Bibliokept

This is a person who steals books.

Bamboozled

When you feel like you were tricked, you can use this word.

Cutesy-Poo

This means sickeningly cute.

Noob

Use this word on anyone who is inexperienced in video games.

Foppish

This word describes someone overly concerned with their appearance.

Flabbergast

Use this funny word when you’ve been surprised.

Adorbs

This is the shortened form of adorable.

Gardyloo

This is a warning cry.

Hoecake

This is the name of a southern-style cornbread.

Accubation

This is what happens when your friends eat or drink while they’re laying down.

Smicker

This means you’re looking amorously after someone.

Meldrop

When your friend has mucus hanging from their nose, refer to it as a meldrop.

Obelus

This is the name for the division symbol in math.

Popple

This funny word refers to choppy seas.

Bungole

This is the hole where you pour liquid through in a barrel.

Geebung

These are small trees in New Zealand and Australia.

Jackanapes

This means a mischievous child.

Teazel

This is a herb with a prickly flower head.

Kibitzer

This word is Yiddish for backseat driver.

Phablet

This is a gadget that is a tablet and a smartphone.

Mollycoddle

Use this word to describe someone who is used to being pampered.

Ragamuffin

This word means someone dressed in rags.

Deckled

This means paper edges were cut by hand.

Ballyhoo

This word is used when companies are trying hard to win over customers.

Abear

This means you endured something.

Hoodwink

This means to deceive.

Loverly

This means resembling a lover.

Strawhat

This has to do with summer theater.

Knurly

This describes something with small protuberances or tumors.

Doozy

This means something is outstanding or unique.

Penuche

This is fudge made from buttercream, nuts, and brown sugar.

Funny Words To Say With A Retainer

Talking with a retainer is tricky. Especially when you’re trying to say the words on the list below:

Wishy-Washy. This describes a person who has trouble making decisions.

Lickety-Split. This means right away or ASAP.

Slumgullion. This refers to a cheap meat stew.

Snollygoster. This word can be used to describe politicians who make decisions for their own personal advancements, even if it means ignoring their principles.

Ill-Willie. This refers to an unfriendly disposition.

Scalawag. This is a pirate word for rascal.

Sleenwort. This is a small fern that grows on rocks and walls.

Sozzled. When your friends are drunk, call them sizzled.

Salopettes. This means a pair of high-waisted skiing pants with shoulder straps.

Scmooze. This is when you try to impress someone in a smooth, friendly way.

Smaze. This is a combination of smoke and haze.

Whippersnapper. You can call anyone younger than you a whippersnapper.

Flummoxed. Use this word when you’re confused.

Frippery. This refers to something that is both snobby and elegant.

Hodgepodge. This refers to a mix of random items.

Draggle. This means to make something wet by dragging it.

Cabotage. This means to transport passengers or goods between places in the same country.

Wampum. This refers to cylindrical beads made from shells.

Funny Words To Say Fast

It’s fun to learn new languages. But there are plenty of words in the English language that you still don’t know. Here are a few of them that sound hilarious out loud!

Bumbershoot. This means an umbrella.

Whirligig. This refers to something that whirls or revolves.

Teetotaler. This means someone who doesn’t drink alcohol.

Stumblebum. This refers to a clumsy person.

Canoodle. This means to kiss and cuddle.

Waesucks. This means alas.

Rubaboo. This is a soup with flour, meat paste, and vegetables.

Gobbledygook. This means gibberish.

Megadeath. This refers to a million deaths.

Palaver. This is a long dispute between different cultures.

Buttress. This is an architectural structure that stabilizes a wall or building.

Foolscap. This refers to a bell worn by jesters.

Makeweight. This is something that is thrown onto a scale to bring the weight on the scale to a certain value.

Williwaw. This means a violent wind that blows in polar latitudes.

Squeegee. This is a tool to remove water from windows.

Doohickey. This is a small gadget.

Fuddy-Duddy. This is a word for old-fashioned folks who can’t stand modern trends.

Skedaddle. This means to run away.

Flibbertigibbet. This refers to someone irresponsible.

Spondulicks. This means cash.

Funny Words To Say Backwards

Here are some funny words to say backwards. Some of them sound ridiculous. Others form real words!

Boobytrap

Live

Hangover

Pals

Police

Casino

Barney

Musical

Racecar

Yellow

Jelly

Westminster

Focus

Xbox

Thanksgiving

Telephone

Batman

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