Entry: obstreperous (adj.)
In context: "...full of weird idioms and having both inflected and uninflected grammatical features, an inbred and obstreperous dialect..."
Definition: Clamorous, noisy; vociferous
Other: A very fun word.
Etymology: < classical Latin obstreperus clamorous (2nd cent. a.d.; < obstrepere to make a noise against, shout at, oppose noisily or troublesomely < ob- ob- prefix + strepere to make a noise: see strepent adj.) + -ous suffix. Compare later streperous adj. Compare also obstropolous adj.
SNOOT score: 5
Source: Oxford English Dictionary