I suppose you meant longest?
It's pneumonoultramicroscopicsilico... 45 letters. But according to Wikipedia, it depends on what constitutes an English word.
It used to be "antidisestablishmentarianism"... but I am sure there's a longer one now...
Does SUPERCALIFRAGILISTICEXPEALIDOC... count?
"Floccinaucinihiliphilipicatio... is the longest word in the dictionary. It means the act of estimating something as worthless. Please check my spelling. You must find this word in a Webster's Dictionary (not pocket dictionaries).
I asssume that by 'biggest' you mean 'longest'. The longest word in the dictionary is floccinaucinihilipiliphication (I'm not absolutely sure of the spelling). It means 'the action of considering something to be worth no more than the value of a fig', so if I say, 'I floccinoccinihilipiliphicate you', that is a rather unusual insult. The second-longest word in the dictionary is antidisestablishmentarianism, which has something to do with the Christian church. In fact there are longer words which are medical terms, but they don't really count as English - you can't use them unless you've got the disease!
I think it is "ANTIDISESTABLISHMENTARIANISM"
The biggest word I've seen was about twelve foot on a billboard :)
i think it's 'smiles' b'coz if u remove the s in the beginning then u get miles
I like the answers above - but how about:
Floccinihilipilification is, I think, the longest word in the Oxford Unabridged English dictionary. The funny thing is, it means something of little or no value..."trifling."
"smiles" bcoz there is mileeeeeee.. between first and last alphabet i.e.,...!!!!
S mile S
I think its, ANTIDISESTABLISHMENTARIANISM
This article contents is post by this website user, EduQnA.com doesn't promise its accuracy.
More Questions & Answers...