What Names Mean

These are a list of names that tell you what they mean. Look for yours and see what it means. If it’s not on here, tell us your name, and we’ll put it up for you. Most of these we just got from a stupid email, obviously made by a girl. Don’t think that we’re gay or anything….ok?


Aaron – is smart and quiet
Adam – is loud and obnoxious
Alex – is small and holmley
Andy – is nice (until you get to know them)
Anthony – is funny and has lots of friends
Ben – is sweet and cute
Bob – is quiet and unpopular
Brad – thinks everyone likes them..(they don’t though)
Brendon – is a screwoff
Brett – wants “some” but can’t get any
Brian – is a hotty
Bryan – is sexy, but stupid
Chris – is adorable, and have lots of “different” friends
Clark – is hilarious and always in trouble
Cory – ready for anything (especially with girls)
Craig – is popular and “studly”
Curt – can kick anyones butt
Dan – can be shy or they can be loud and annoying
David – usually hot
Derek – has a good butt
Doug – has a greasy face
Drew – is a bad loser
Eric – is a loner
Erik – think they’re funny and popular (they’re not!)
Ethan – is a quiet pshycopath
Frank – is a complete butthole
Gary – is a drug addict
Greg – is a suck-up
Jake – is hott and sweet
Jason – is a player
Jeff – wants everyone
Jeremey – is a molester
Jesse – has no friends
James – is luscious, and studly
Jimmy – is cool and sweet
Joe – has no friends
John – is fat and lazy
Josh – is a horny man
Justin – is an ugly butthole
Kevin – can never get a girlfriend
Kyle – is a little cutie
Lance – will do anybody
Luke – seems to be sweet (watch out)
Mark – is popular with girls only
Matt – is popular and hott (they can be too up front)
Mike – is very good looking, but will do anything with anyone
Nathan – is smarter then hell
Nick – thinks he’s cool (boy is he wrong!)
Noel – is fucking retarded
Paul – wants too many chicks he’ll never get!
Phil – has an awesome six-pack
Ross – is rich
Ryan – is known they can get any girl
Sam – is a stalker
Scott – is the best type of person to be around
Sean – is fat amd horny
Shane – is a crack addict
Steve – wishes they had more friends
Tim – is too skinny
Tom – is too hairy
Travis – can’t get anything (from chicks or guys) hint,hint
Trevor – expects too much from their girlfriend
Tyler – is sexy
Will – uses every girl they go out with (they don’t really like them)


The Number List

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Root Words

The main bulk of the words in the Squackle! Dictionary don’t follow these “root words” from mainly Greek and Roman words.  You can use these to make words to go into the Squackle! Dictionary if you want.

phobia – fear of. Ex. agoraphobia, claustrophobia, xenophobia

phil, philo – love, lover of. Ex. philately, anglophile, fracophile

mis – hatred, hate. Ex. misogynists, misogamy

dys – bad, ill, difficult. Ex. dysentary, dyspeptic

eu – good, well. Ex. euphonious, euphoria

macro – large, big, long. Ex. macrocasm, macron

micro – small, tiny. Ex. microscope, microfilm

hetero – different. Ex. heterogeneous, heterosexual

homo – one, the same. Ex. homogon, homonym, homosexual

hyper – over, above, beyond the ordinary. Ex. hyptertension, hypglycemic

bio – life. Ex. biology, biography

geo – earth, ground. Ex. geology, geography

anti – against. Ex. antiestablishment, anti-Gore, anti-Bush, antipathy

pro – in favor of, for something. Ex. prochoice, prolabor

chron – time. Ex. chronology, chronic pain

auto – self. Ex. automobile, autograph, autobiography

gram, graph – writing. Ex. telegram, telegraphy, autograph, monogram

log, logue – words, speech or talking. Ex. monologue, dialogue

phon – hearing. Ex. telephone, phonics, cacophonous

poly – many, several. Ex. polyhedron, polygon, polyglot

mono – one, single. Ex. monochrome, monocle

pan – all. Ex. panacea, panoramic

bi – two. Ex. bicycle, bilingual, bisexual

semi – half of. Ex. semicircle, semicolon

logy – study of. Ex. biology, physiology, technology, astrology, theology

meter, metr – measure. Ex. baramoter, trigonometry

post – after. Ex. postscript

pre – before. Ex. preview, preliminary, prejudice

endo, em, en – within, put into, inside of. Ex. endocrine, enact,

exo, ex – outside. Ex. exoskeleton, exhale

a, an – not, without. Ex. atypical, amoral

co, com, col – together, with. Ex. cooperation, colatteration,

neo – new. Ex. neonatal, neophyte

psuedo – false, phony. Ex. pseudonym, pseudoscience

theo, the – God, religion. Ex. theology, theocracy

inter – between. Ex. interlude, intermission

per – outside. Ex. perimeter, periscope

tele – far, distant. Ex. telephone, television, telescope

sub – below, beneath. Ex. submarine, substandard

super – more, more than, above, beyond. Ex. Superman, Super Mario,
supervisor, supersedes

syn, sym – together, with. Ex. synonym, symbol

ante – before, in front of. Ex. antebellum

ad – to, toward. Ex. advance

cred – believe, trust. Ex. credulity, credit

contra, counter – opposed to, against. Ex. conrtaband, counterattack

therm – heat. Ex. themometer, themostat, thermal

terr – earth, land. Ex. terrain, terra firma

ness, tion – quality of, expressing action. Ex. goodness, commotion,

astro – stars. Ex. astroturf, astronomy, astrology

anthro – human, man. Ex. anthropoid, anthropormorphic

hydro – water. Ex. hydrology, hydraulics, hydraphobia

hemo – blood. Ex. hemophilliac, benevelent

mal – bad, evil. Ex. malevolent, malodrous, malicious

cap – the head, the chief. Ex. capital, cap

equ – equal, the same as. Ex. equal, equidistant

extra, ultra – beyond, extreme. Ex. extra credit, ultra

fid – faith, trust. Ex. fidelity, confidence

multi – many, numerous. Ex. multiplayer, multimillionaire

omni – all. Ex. omnipotent, omnivore

path – feelings, emotions. Ex. sympathy, apathy

psych – mental, spirit. Ex. psychologist, psycho

gen – birth. Ex. gender, generations, genesis

mor, mort – death. Ex. mortician, morturary, immortal

non – not. Ex. noncomformist, nonpartisan

ob, op – against, anti. Ex. opponent, obstacle

re – again. Ex. redo, restate, renew

de – down, away from, separation. Ex. demote, deconstruct

man – hand. Ex. manuscript, manicure

aud – hear. Ex. audible, auditorium

dic – say, tell, speech, wording. Ex. diction, dictionary, dictate

spec – seeing, to look.Ex. spectacle, speculate, inspect

ambi – both. Ex. ambidextrous, ambiguous

uni – one. Ex. unibrow, unicorn, unicycle

ten – to hold. Ex. detention, tenant, tentacle

pos – place. Ex. position, posture, positive, deposit

intra, intro – inside, within. Ex. introvert, intrastate

fin – end. Ex. final, fin, finished, finale, finals

fore – before. Ex. before, foretell, forecast

dia – through. Ex. diameter, diagram, diagonal

il, im, in, ir – not, the opposite of. Ex. illegal, immoral, indecent,

se – apart, apart from, away. Ex. segregate, separate, selected

temp – time. Ex. tempo, tempus fugit, temporary

trans – across, change to. Ex. transistion, transform, translation,

un – not. Ex. unfair, unlatched, unusual

ver – true. Ex. verocity, verify, verdict

vis, vid – to see, to provide. Ex. visual, visible, video

voc, vok – to call, voice. Ex. provoke, vocal

bell – war. Ex. rebellious, bellicose, antibellum

bon, boun – positive thing, good. Ex. bountiful, bonjour, bonus

iso – uniform, equal. Ex. isotope, isosceles, isotherm

mega – large, great. Ex. megalopolis, Mega Man, megaton

able, ible – capable of, condition of. Ex. reliable, edible, irritable

dermis – skin. Ex. epidermis

er, or, ist – person, who. Ex. terrorist, dentist, doctor

ful, out – full of. Ex. wonderful, poisonous, hilarious, wonderful

ism – belief. Ex. buddhism, cultism, cannibalism

itis – inflammation. Ex. laryngitis, arthritis

less – without. Ex. thoughtless, fearless