Friday, April 27, 2012

Things I Find Fascinating: Words You Can Make Using Letters From The Name "Barack Obama"

Yesterday's "rules" apply for today as well. If you're looking for a political rant, you're not going to find it here. Depending on your political leanings, you may find that some of the words I've come up with using the letters of President Barack Obama's name could be used to describe him or at least your opinion of him. If that's the case, it's unintentional. My purpose today (and yesterday when I made words from the letters of Mitt Romney's name) is not to build up or tear down the character of the man, but simply to build interesting words using letters from his name. No hidden agendas, just mindless word games. That being said, enjoy...


1)  CARAMBA:  Spanish interjection used as an exclamation of astonishment, dismay, or anger.





2)  MACRO:  Very large in scale, scope, or capability.





3)  AROMA:  (1) An odor arising from spices, plants, cooking, etc., especially an agreeable odor; fragrance.  (2) The odor or bouquet of wines or spirits.  (3) A pervasive characteristic or quality.




4)  KARMA:  (1) Action, seen as bringing upon oneself inevitable results, good or bad, either in this life or in a reincarnation.  (2)  Fate; destiny.  (3) The good or bad emanations felt to be generated by someone or something.





5)  COMA:  A state of prolonged unconsciousness, including a lack of response to stimuli, from which it is impossible to impossible to rouse a person.




6)  AMOK:  A psychic disturbance characterized by depression followed by a manic urge to murder; mad with murderous frenzy.




7)  MACK:  To hit on, flirt with, or seduce another by using verbal or sometimes physical means of persuasion.





8)  MOCK:  (1) To attack or treat with ridicule, contempt, or derision.  (2) To ridicule by mimicry of action or speech; mimic derisively.  (3) To mimic, imitate, or counterfeit.  (4) To challenge; defy.  (5) To deceive, delude, or disappoint.



9)  CRAM:  (1) To fill something by force with more than it can easily hold.  (2) To force or stuff something.  (3) To fill with or as with an excessive amount of food; overfeed.






10)  ROB:  (1) To take something from someone by unlawful force or threat of violence; steal from.  (2) To deprive someone of some right or something legally due.  (3) To deprive of something unjustly or injuriously.



11)  MOB:  (1) A disorderly or riotous crowd of people.  (2) The common people; the masses; populace or multitude.




12)  BRO:  Brother; friend; pal; buddy. Commonly used in greetings.





*Definitions courtesy of Dictionary.com and UrbanDictionary.com.

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