Please play along with your choices. Any real word, except abbreviations, and in any language, with a translation. American spellings are allowed too.
This word doesn’t get so much use in conversation these days, though we do see and hear Fallacy instead. A statement based on false information, or a false belief in a fact. With fake news all the rage at the moment, it should be being used a lot more than it is.
A very old word that was still popular in Victorian novels. A very talkative, flighty person, usually annoying. Let’s try to revive this one, it’s great! (Pronounce it Flippityjibbit, if you prefer)
This is a personal favourite for regular use. I still say it all the time, as I am frequently flabbergasted by events.