Long Village Name

‘Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch’ is the actual name of a village in northern Wales

12 thoughts on “Long Village Name”

  1. ‘Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch’ – I sure as hell wouldnt like to write that (‘Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch’) on the back of a postcard.

  2. also – there is a lake in Massachusetts that is called (though I am not entirely sure of the spelling) Shargaragarmansharagargshaunagaungamaug, meaning in Algonquin “I’ll fish on my side, you’ll fish on your side, and no one will fish in the middle”

  3. oh yeah! – ……..yeah, you know theres a town called “Opeoiasefrsiyietnfcsgjrtoieqpmdnbsoiehyetsehoutgndsjghzzgieutedckgsntkaewjapdkgjskjtyrityriojyfkgb” I’m not sure where it is though…

  4. God-damn!!!! – u guys must have a lot of spare time to be writing out and pronouncing these long-ass words!!

  5. Get this… – Last time I checked, the longest place name is in gods own (New Zealand). It is a Maori place name, and it takes up, like 4 lines on a big ass sign. Woo, go us. And Hell is in Sweden, courtesy of Air New Zealand’s brilliant advertising, I know that.

  6. pronunciation: – it said :

    klan-vire-push-kwingy-gor-gara-quin-draw-bor-slan-dis-illior-gor-gor-gork

    i know this coz one of my old teachers was welsh!

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