Think: what are things that don't have a name (in English or in your language)? What name would you give them?

What are those plastic thingies at the ends of your shoelaces called? I'd call them "place ends" or "lacetics" lol


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Most Helpful Guy

  • Those are called sniglets. :)

    That kind of word, I mean. Not the lacetics.

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    • Cool, learned a New word lol

      Do you have some sniglets You'd like to Name?

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    • Never knew cats "shed" claw and whisker parts... Less reason for me to like cats lol

    • Haha. No, it's a great thing. :)

Most Helpful Girl

  • I have always called an upset stomach having the "aceta". As in, Italian for acid.

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What Guys Said 3

  • That has a word, actually. It's "Aglet"

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  • That small indent between you upper lip & nose.
    I'm sure it has a name but who uses it?

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    • There's an "official" name, but Cupid's bow is what everyday people calls it. Watch beauty guru Michelle phan on YouTube lol she often accentuates her cupid's bow to create certain looks

    • @Asker never heard of it being called the cupid's bow. It is called a philtrum

  • The plastic pieces on the end of shoelaces are called aglet so they already have a name

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