And…. the verdict is out; the longest word of any language, amazingly made up of 189,819 letters, is the “chemical name" for Titin, a giant protein that’s in humans. Can you pronounce a word that is more than 3 pages long? How about the patience to pronounce it for three and a half hours? The CEO of Esquire Russia, Dmitry Golubovskiy, did exactly that as you can see in the video above. He gave a whole new meaning to the word Persistence!