alphaDictionary.com says these are the funniest words in the English language.

  • Abibliophobia - The fear of running out of reading material.
  • Absquatulate - To leave or abscond with something.
  • Allegator - Some who alleges.
  • Anencephalous - Lacking a brain.
  • Argle-bargle - A loud row or quarrel.
  • Batrachomyomachy - Making a mountain out of a molehill.
  • Billingsgate - Loud, raucous profanity.
  • Bloviate - To speak pompously or brag.
  • Blunderbuss - A gun with a flared muzzle or disorganized activity.
  • Borborygm - A rumbling of the stomach.
  • Boustrophedon - A back and forth pattern.
  • Bowyang - A strap that holds the pants legs in place.
  • Brouhaha - An uproar.
  • Bumbershoot - An umbrella.
  • Callipygian - Having an attractive rear end or nice buns.
  • Canoodle - To hug and kiss.
  • Cantankerous - Testy, grumpy.
  • Catercornered - Diagonal(ly).
  • Cockalorum - A small, haughty man.
  • Cockamamie - Absurd, outlandish.
  • Codswallop - Nonsense, balderdash.
  • Collop - A slice of meat or fold of flab.
  • Collywobbles - Butterflies in the stomach.
  • Comeuppance - Just reward, just deserts.
  • Crapulence - Discomfort from eating or drinking too much.
  • Crudivore - An eater of raw food.
  • Discombobulate - To confuse.
  • Donnybrook - An melee, a riot.
  • Doozy - Something really great.
  • Dudgeon - A bad mood, a huff.
  • Ecdysiast - An exotic dancer, a stripper.
  • Eructation - A burp, belch.
  • Fard - Face-paint, makeup.
  • Fartlek - An athletic training regime.
  • Fatuous - Unconsciously foolish.
  • Filibuster - Refusal to give up the floor in a debate to prevent a vote.
  • Firkin - A quarter barrel or small cask.
  • Flibbertigibbet - Nonsense, balderdash.
  • Flummox - To exasperate.
  • Folderol - Nonsense.
  • Formication - The sense of ants crawling on your skin.
  • Fuddy-duddy - An old-fashioned, mild-mannered person.
  • Furbelow - A fringe or ruffle.
  • Furphy - A portable water-container.
  • Gaberlunzie - A wandering beggar.
  • Gardyloo! - A warning shouted before throwing water from above.
  • Gastromancy - Telling fortune from the rumblings of the stomach.
  • Gazump - To buy something already promised to someone else.
  • Gobbledygook - Nonsense, balderdash.
  • Gobemouche - A highly gullible person.
  • Godwottery - Nonsense, balderdash.
  • Gongoozle - To stare at, kibitz.
  • Gonzo - Far-out journalism.
  • Goombah - An older friend who protects you.
  • Hemidemisemiquaver - A musical timing of 1/64.
  • Hobbledehoy - An awkward or ill-mannered young boy.
  • Hocus-pocus - Deceitful sleight of hand.
  • Hoosegow - A jail or prison.
  • Hootenanny - A country or folk music get-together.
  • Jackanapes - A rapscallion, hooligan.
  • Kerfuffle - Nonsense, balderdash.
  • Klutz - An awkward, stupid person.
  • La-di-da - An interjection indicating that something is pretentious.
  • Lagopodous - Like a rabbit's foot.
  • Lickety-split - As fast as possible.
  • Lickspittle - A servile person, a toady.
  • Logorrhea - Loquaciousness, talkativeness.
  • Lollygag - To move slowly, fall behind.
  • Malarkey - Nonsense, balderdash.
  • Maverick - A loner, someone outside the box.
  • Mollycoddle - To treat too leniently.
  • Mugwump - An independent politician who does not follow any party.
  • Mumpsimus - An outdated and unreasonable position on an issue.
  • Namby-pamby - Weak, with no backbone.
  • Nincompoop - A foolish person.
  • Oocephalus - An egghead.
  • Ornery - Mean, nasty, grumpy.
  • Pandiculation - A full body stretch.
  • Panjandrum - Someone who thinks himself high and mighty.
  • Pettifogger - A person who tries to befuddle others with his speech.
  • Pratfall - A fall on one's rear.
  • Quean - A disreputable woman.
  • Rambunctious - Aggressive, hard to control.
  • Ranivorous - Frog-eating
  • Rigmarole - Nonsense, unnecessary complexity.
  • Shenanigan - A prank, mischief.
  • Sialoquent - Spitting while speaking.
  • Skedaddle - To hurry somewhere.
  • Skullduggery - No good, underhanded dealing.
  • Slangwhanger - A loud abusive speaker or obnoxious writer.
  • Smellfungus - A perpetual pessimist.
  • Snickersnee - A long knife.
  • Snollygoster - A person who can't be trusted.
  • Snool - A servile person.
  • Tatterdemalion - A child in rags.
  • Troglodyte - Someone or something that lives in a cave.
  • Turdiform - Having the form of a lark.
  • Unremacadamized - Having not been repaved with macadam.
  • Vomitory - An exit or outlet.
  • Wabbit - Exhausted, tired, worn out.
  • Widdershins - In a contrary or counterclockwise direction.
  • Yahoo - A rube, a country bumpkin.