I would like to tell you about the longest Lithuanian word, which has 40(!) letters, – nebeprisikiškiakopūsteliaudavusiuosiuose – which even is a mouthful to pronounce for Lithuanians.
The word is made from the verb kiškiakopūsteliauti, which means to pick wood-sorrels or, literary, to pick rabbit-cabbages.
It’s the pronominal masculine plural locative form of the frequentative past active participle of the verb.
These words probably mean nothing or a little to you, so to make everyone’s life easier the word could approximately be translated to this:
In those who used to not pick enough wood-sorrels any more.