A seemingly random process, most of the verification words that I have come across contain the proper vowel- consonant ratio to make them seem like believable words, albeit from some parallel universe where the English language evolved differently.
Here are the last three verification words that I have come across today (I have referenced the source blog where I left comments beside it)
impiout - (Bad Tempered Zombie)
hunip - (Flying Buttresses)
tiver - (Everything is Pop)
Of course, I couldn’t resist the temptation to provide definitions for these new words;
Tiver: Derived from the French word “hiver” (“winter”) - used to describe the short bursts of winter like conditions that can occasionally surface in times of year more associated with temperate weather - tiver is an abbreviated version of the French phrase “petits hiver” (i.e. “small winter”) . Example: “The unexpected snow fall in late April indicates that we may be entering a period of tiver like conditions for the next few days”
Tiver can also refer to a person, or group of people, self-identified as being ardent admirers or fans of indie-folk musician Bon Iver. Example: "Like a true tiver, she is going to every concert on Bon Iver's west coast tour this summer"
Impiout: Describing a person who expresses blatant disrespect for the religious beliefs or practices of others , often in an abrasive or brazen manner. The word evolved as a hybrid of “impious” and “idiot”. For example, "His refusal to take off his shoes in the temple indicated that he was acting like a real impiout".
Hunip: A woolen tunic typically worn by Attila the Hun’s army that helped keep soldiers warm while riding across the cold plains of central Europe & Asia. The hunip often included a convenient slit in the side to rest a sword and scabbard for easy access, while also providing a warm resting place for cold fingers between battles.
Feel free to try a few of your own new verification words with definitions and pass them along. Perhaps we can start a linguistic revolution one random word at a time!