The answer, as to most things, can be found in Aristophanes' Clouds: you'll have to ask a sphragidonuchargokomêtês!
At least floccinaucinihilipilification is a word, which should cheer us all.
Ask linguists round for a meal of Lopadotemakhoselakhogaleokranioleipsanodrimhypotrimmatosilphiokarabomelitokatakekhymenokikhlepikossyphophattoperisteralektryonoptokephalliokigklopeleiolagōiosiraiobaphētraganopterýgōn and ask them to clear the matter up.
That doesn't sound very vegetarian.
It's cordon bleugh.
It is a word. Multiple morphemes, joined tightly together, with white space on either side. What's the German equivalent?Next?
Siegelringologismus, I'm guessin'. Can you get yourself a name, Anonymous? These witty masked interlocutors are a bit disconcerting. Thanks for your sage contribution, but.
"Why is this not a word?"Remind me never to play scrabulous with you.
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