The Longest Word

The longest word in literature is the fictional dish described in Aristophanes’ comedy Assemblywomen, written in around 391 BC.


which is the name of a dish compounded of all kinds of dainties, fish, flesh, fowl, and sauces.

which, in the Roman alphabet is written as:


with a rough English translation of:

Leo Strauss (1966)

The longest non-technical word in English is:


meaning:  the act of estimating something as worthless.


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