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  1. The longest word that is not a chemical name is pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis. It is a lung disease!!

    • Maybe…if you count chemical names as English dictionary words. If so, there’s no limit to how long a word can be.
      [I had to shorten your word because it took up too much room on my webpage. Sorry.]

    • It is…except it really isn’t a word. It’s the name of a chemical and isn’t really English. It’s really Chemical-ese or something.

        • It’s not actually a real word. It’s a chemical name, and there’s actually no limit to the length of a chemical name. This one (I looked it up) is the longest one they’ve written out, but there are actually longer names they just don’t write up.
          (I had to shorten your word because it almost crashed my website.)

  2. I have this dictionary and on the very last page it has this very long word ad it says that it has 1,909 letters in it and says it means this “it is a term for the formula C1289H2051N343O375S8” (don’t ask me what that is!)”A Tryptophan synthetase A protein,a enzyme that has 267 amino acids”thats really what it says!trust me!