Why English speakers love "hygge" and other "untranslatable" words about emotional states.
Fragrant. Sweet. Tangy. Certain synesthetic adjectives actually trigger cognitive simulations of eating.
Is it true that "nasty" is more likely to be applied to describe women than men?
Reduplication is a widespread linguistic process in which a part or an exact copy of a word is repeated, often for morphological or syntactic reasons (but not always).
Etymology is a funny thing. Even if you're not a word nerd, you might have wondered why so many English idioms we use are Just. So. Weird.
Are written and spoken language really two different things?
How headlines have changed as media has evolved -- and how they haven't.
The linguistics behind "dishonorifics." In this kind of naming construction, clearly honorifics are added in an ironic, tongue-in-cheek way.