Winkle -- As in, "We'll just winkle that oyster right out of its shell." -- mainly British.
Earbob -- I heard someone from the South refer to their earring as an "earbob" -- great word!
Noggin -- As in, "Get that through your noggin, kiddo."
Frabjous, beamish-- See Lewis Carroll's poem, "Jabberwocky," for more inventive words.
Cobalt -- Interesting fact: the name "Cobalt blue" comes from Middle High German kobolt = an underground goblin (cobalt was thought to be detrimental to silver ores).
Glimmer, shimmer --I like the sounds of these words.
Gnarled -- Ditto.
Flim-flam -- "Don't let the flim-flam man sell you a gold watch..."
Belly button -- Innie or outie?
Dingle -- "The night above the dingle starry" -- from Fern Hill
Snickerdoodle -- Mmm, nothing like snickerdoodles hot from the oven.
Quicksilver -- Originally referred to mercury, the only metal that's liquid at room temperatures.
For more, go to MyFavoriteWord.com.
And in the comments section, tell me some of your favorite words, ok?