One of my favourite discoveries: Ultracrepidarian:
adjective: noting or pertaining to a person who criticizes, judges, or gives advice outside the area of his or her expertise:
et. - The play provides a classic, simplistic portrayal of an ultracrepidarian mother-in-law.
an ultracrepidarian person.
I know a few of these!
Jobsworth - a person in a position of minor authority who invokes the letter of the law in order to avoid any action requiring initiative, cooperation, etc.
I just learned this word the other day and am sad that I have lived this long without it.
Rimy - a literary word for frost-covered. (pronounced "rime + ee")
In one of my stories, I named a female monster who lives in a refrigerator "Rimmy" as a play on words for rimy. I added two M's because I wanted it pronounced "Rim +mee" Pronouncing it like "rime +ee" brings to mind slime and poetry.
I've never heard of cadastral in English, but in Spanish we have "catastro", which means the same, and is a term we're all familiar with, as it affects the value of properties when buying or selling and when paying taxes.