Verbology

ver·bol·o·gy
noun.
1. The love and study of new words
2. The attempt to teach others new vocabulary to make use of in regular conversation- thereby impressing all peers

ret·i·cent (‘rɛtəsənt)

adjective.
1.
 not revealing one’s thoughts or feelings readily; disposed to be silent

noun: reticence
Synonyms: reserved, diffident, taciturn, guarded

su·sur·rus (ˈsjuːsəˌreɪt)

noun.
1.
a whispering, murmuring, or rustling sound

adjectives: susurrant, susurrous
Synonyms: babble, drone, hum, whisper

a·nath·e·ma (əˈnæθəmə)

noun.
1.
 A person or thing detested or loathed
2. A formal ecclesiastical curse of excommunication or a formaldenunciation of a doctrine
3. The person or thing so cursed
4. A strong curse; imprecation

Synonyms: condemnation, malediction, abomination