You have problems with semantics?
There is a little village on the Island of Angelsey on the Welsh Coast (part of the British Isles) with 57 letters in its name, if you can actually say the name. It always fascinated me as a kid.
But speaking of semantics, another word I had to look up. Yes every language has its problems.
And you want to discuss what a word actually means. I grew up speaking english (cockney actually), I learned French and German at school and decided to go to Switzerland when I was 20. Actually I would have gone anywhere, but the Swiss had a job for me and so here I am 50 years later. I soon realised that the German I was taught at school was nothing like the German the Swiss speak. Even the Germans do not always understand the Swiss when they speak their dialect. I found this little video on youtube on “How to speak Swiss German”. We not only speak a different dialect to the Germans, but have our own way of saying things. Yes life has not been easy languagewise in Switzerland but I did it. I speak this strange contortion of the throat muscles daily and people actually understand me.