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The only countries in the world with one syllable in their names are Chad, France, Greece, and Spain.
“Four” is the only number whose number of letters in the name equals the number.
“Asthma” and “isthmi” are the only six-letter words that begin and end with a vowel and have no other vowels between.
“Fickleheaded” and “fiddledeedee” are the longest words consisting only of letters in the first half of the alphabet.
“Adcomsubordcomphibspac” is the longest acronym. It is a Navy term standing for Administrative Command, Amphibious Forces, Pacific Fleet Subordinate Command.
“Forty” is the only number which has its letters in alphabetical order. “One” is the only number with its letters in reverse alphabetical order.
“Dreamt” is the only common English word ending in -MT. Others are the obscure “adreamt,” “redreamt,” “undreamt,” or “daydreamt.”
Among words consisting only of Roman numeral letters, the “highest scoring” words in English are MIMIC (2,102) and IMMIX (2012).
“Conservationalists” & “Conversationalists” (18 letters) are the longest non-scientific transposals (word formed from another by changing its letters).
Pierre, the capital of South Dakota, is the only state capital name that shares no letters with the name of its state.
Monday is the only day of the week that has an anagram, dynamo.
SWIMS is the longest word with 180-degree rotational symmetry (if you were to view it upside-down it would still be the same word and perfectly readable).
Honorificabilitudinitatibus is the longest word consisting entirely of alternating vowels and consonants.