Who does not know about the English knowledge of Congress leader and former Union Minister Shashi Tharoor? Tharoor often makes his scholars feel exposed by bringing out the obsolete and extremely difficult words of English. He did the same on Friday.
Senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor used the term 'Folkinokinihilipilification' on Twitter on Friday. There was a discussion about its pronunciation and meaning.
Tharoor used this word during a Twitter dialogue with Telangana Rashtra Samithi Executive Chairman KT Rama Rao. Rao said that the names of drugs used to treat the coronavirus are very difficult, which is not easy to pronounce.
On a lighter note, any idea who comes up with this unpronounceable names for meds? 😀— KTR (@KTRTRS) May 20, 2021
- Liposomal Amphoterecin
And the list goes on...
In response, Tharoor said, according to the Oxford Dictionary of 'Flokinokinihilipilification', the word means 'habit of thinking about meaningless things. His use of the word sparked a debate among many Twitter users. What will be the pronunciation and meaning of this word?
Referring to Shashi Tharoor, KTR said that he feels that the Congress leader may have an important role in the selection of names. Significantly, Shashi Tharoor is known for his catchphrase and exceptional vocabulary in the English language.
Tagging Tharoor, KTR wrote, 'I doubt that Shashi Tharoor ji's pakka has any role in it.' Tharoor (Shashi Tharoor) uses such English words on social media that users understand.
Don't find In the year 2019, Shashi Tharoor went on holiday in the Maldives. After posting the pictures there, he used the English word 'kerfuffle'. The users also got confused after reading what the word means.
Many people opened the dictionary to know its meaning and started looking at the meaning of the word. After a lot of hard work, users came to know that 'kerfuffle' means commotion or fuss.