Perhaps the most well know of those wonderful words that mean so much without all the hassle of a whole sentance. In this case the pleasure taken in others misfortune.
Another rather amazing and darkly amusing one is 'Tsujigiri' the Japanese term for testing your new Katana on a random passerby.
Sadly though we probably have a few that I can't think of right now, English seems a little light on these kinds of words. The English langauge seems to like to use as many words as possible to get to it's point, accurate perhaps, but not as satisfying.
So to remedy this I think we ought to come up with some of our own :)
Here are the rules: Pick a concept that you cannot describe without using more than one word and then try to find the most onomatopoeic word for that concept or mood. Try something from modern life that langauge hasn't had time to catch up with, or just find one of those feelings you know so well but can't quite put a word to.
Come up with somewhere around five then either make a post about them or leave them in a comment :)
Here are four that I managed to some up with...took me a long time :/ and some of them i'm not sure happy with lol but hey you can't really get a made up language wrong :P
Pronounced: Ho-yo. The quiet satisfaction of slipping a quote from a TV show or film into natural conversation.
Pronounced: Digi-dang. Suddenly realising the rules of computer game worlds do not apply to this reality. As in hoping to 'reload' when something goes wrong.
Pronounced: Grimmyum. The mixed feeling of satisfaction and discomfort after eating a large enjoyable meal well beyond the point of comfort and hunger.
Pronounced: Abb-ick. The impulse to use a keyboard shortcut in real life, and frustration that you can't. Such as not being able to hit Ctrl-Z to undo.
Additions by others:
Disageism: the feeling that one's age does not match up with one's outlook, yet not being clear whether it is too young or too old.
Mehting (meh - ting) that feeling when you wrap your head around a really difficult concept.
Gumblechook: The voice of your conscience or other inner voice, (or an imaginary version of a real life person acting as such). It's who you are talking to when other people think you're talking to yourself, and it's the one who gives you advice in tough situations - the voice that says, "okay, you can do this," when you're nervous, or just listens when you want to complain.
Ninnysensicle: - Not quite sensible in words or actions, but makes perfect sense to nitwits and nincompoops.
sic-o-silly: - Apparently silly or frivolous, but actually necessary to preserve ones sanity.
Failaleigh: - to swing a small club or stick at an enemy or foe and accidentally strike yourself.
Xangalicious: - A photograph or article posted on Xanga which elicits drool.
Stagntabulous: - Idly sitting by waiting for something to happen and feeling really good about being idle.
Tossaroney: For every time you score a nice basket when throwing stuff into trash
So give it a go and lets see if we can create our own Xanguage bit by bit ;) lol