If you've ever posted a comment or a website (perhaps even on this one) you may have been required to prove that you are indeed human. Many websites, Blogspot included, require that anyone posting to them verify that they are a real person and not a "bot."
Wikipedia describes bots (or web bots) as programs written to run automated tasks on the Internet, repetitively, and much more quickly than a human could. Unfortunately, such programs are often nuisances, spamming websites with advertisements.
One of the most common means websites use to test the non-artificialness of your intelligence is to require you to enter a series of characters into a field. Usually those characters are blurry and partially obscured so that a bot cannot pass the test. This then proves that you are a real person and allows you to post to the site. Sometimes the characters you are asked to enter are a real word. Often, it is just a string of random characters.
I often post comments and such to websites and I've been asked to prove I am a real person many, many times. It occurred to me that some of these random strings of characters, though not (yet) words, were worthy of having definitions. I decided to compile a list of the confirmation strings with which my humanity has been challenged and to provide a suitable definition for them. Here is the list thus far:
dheatio - Sex with people who are on fire.
itlyssi - A very small country that appears on maps as a small bunion on the toe of Italy's boot.
sonati - A form of opera, sung in Japanese, and performed entirely inside a small moving vehicle.
peringl - A clear sparkling wine made from the juice of squeeezed birds.
nereglu - A primitive dwelling made by some African tribes from blocks of ice.
outog - The realization that you're really not going to clean those fish anyway and you might as well throw them back.
nonsions - Excuses or apologies made to your boss or spouse that were completely unnecessary and that, rather than exonerating you, have the effect of making you appear guilty of something they had not previously considered.
aymerns - A verbal response intended to convey agreement, spoken by people who are half asleep in church.
nomacinc - A brand name dietary supplement taken by those who spend significant time wandering in the desert.
lutoggl - The act of bursting into laughter while playing the clarinet or other wind instrument.
facksis - A contusion of the back or shoulders caused by a sudden violent assult by one's sibling when you were not looking.
sprove - To throroughly analyse the facts of a situation and to then render a conclusion that is clear to everyone else as being a complete crock of crap.