In 2017, Tharoor voluntarily started utilizing obscure phrases in his Twitter lexicon to offer English textual content with some political references, together with Farago, Troglodyte and Rhodomonted.
File picture of Congress MP Shashi Tharoor. PTI
The English phrase on Congress chief Shashi Tharoor’s Twitter is tough and not possible to know, it’s not uncommon. The Thiruvananthapuram MP on Wednesday posted one other such English phrase – quockerwodger – which left netizens looking their dictionaries.
“A helpful addition to our political vocabulary!?” Tharoor mentioned that the phrase he talked about dates again to 1860.
The individual with a number of phrases additionally shared the that means. “A quockerwodger was a kind of picket puppet. In politics, a quockerwodger was a politician who acted on the directions of an influential third social gathering reasonably than correctly representing his constituents,” he mentioned.
This was not the primary time that the writer-politician-turned-word-writer irked Twitterati along with his information of the language, let’s check out when Tharoor’s phrases made dictionaries helpful once more:
Final 12 months, Tharoor took a dig on the BJP with the time period ‘allodoxaphobia’, which he termed as “the final seven years”.
He defined the time period, that means an irrational concern of concepts, and its use in a sentence, utilizing the BJP and its actions in Uttar Pradesh for instance.
Phrase of the Day, truly of the final seven years: *Allodoxaphobia*
Which means: an irrational concern of opinion.
Instance: “The BJP authorities in UP imposes sedition and UAPA instances on the individuals as a result of its management suffers from allodoxaphobia.”
(Greek: elo = totally different, doxo = opinion, phobos = concern
— Shashi Tharoor (@shashi tharoor) December 12, 2021
Earlier, the Congress MP had a pleasant joke with TRS working president KT Rama Rao within the title of the COVID-19 drug and threw within the ambiguous ‘Flocinosaurihilipilification’.
A dictionary and a “thaurosaurus” needed to be pulled out for the TRS president to decipher.
not responsible! How are you going to take pleasure in such floccinaucinihilipilification, @ktrtrs, I fortunately left them with me “CoroNil”, “CoroZero”, and even “GoCoroNaGo!” However these pharmacists are extra relaxed…. https://t.co/YrIFSoVquo
— Shashi Tharoor (@shashi tharoor) Could 21, 2021
The Oxford Dictionary describes ‘floccinaucinihilipilification’ because the act or behavior of guessing as ineffective.
In 2018, the Congress MP pulled up BJP chief Vinay Katiyar, who had created a storm along with his remarks that the Taj Mahal would quickly be renamed ‘Tej Mandir’.
Responding to Katiyar’s remarks, Tharoor mentioned, “We can’t let these troglodytes destroy our nation and every part in it.”
Though not fully a obscure time period, many individuals panicked to look their dictionaries to be taught that the time period refers to individuals who stay in a cave, or somebody who’s willfully ignorant.
When uncommon phrases like puberty and troglodyte began going viral, Tharoor took to Twitter to justify his use of huge phrases and gave social media fodder.
He tweeted, “…I select my phrases as a result of they’re one of the best for the concept I need to convey, not essentially the most obscure or rhetorical.”
The phrase ‘rhodomonted’ means boastful or inflated speech or behaviour.
To all the great individuals who ship me a parody of my perceived talking/writing model: The aim of talking or writing is to speak w/ accuracy. I select my phrases as a result of they’re one of the best for the concept I need to convey, not essentially the most obscure or rhodomanted ones!
— Shashi Tharoor (@shashi tharoor) December 13, 2017
Utilizing obscure English phrases, Tharoor invented a ‘webkoof’ in July.
He tweeted, ‘The New Hinglish Dictionary of the twenty first Century: *webkoof*: ‘One who believes each declare or allegation on the web and social media should be true.
The New Hinglish Dictionary of the twenty first Century:
*webkoof*: “one who believes each declare or allegation on the web and social media should be true”
— Shashi Tharoor (@shashi tharoor) July 25, 2017
In 2017, responding to a broadcast channel’s remark in opposition to him referring to the dying of his spouse Sunanda Pushkar, he tweeted, “Distortions, misrepresentations being circulated by a non-principled showman posing as a journalist (sic).” And outright lies are being unfold”.
The exaggerated farego of distortions, misrepresentations, and outright lies being broadcast by an apolitical showman posing as a journalist
— Shashi Tharoor (@shashi tharoor) Could 8, 2017
In keeping with the Merriam-Webster dictionary, ‘farago’ means hodgepodge, a complicated combination.
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