This is fantastic. I thought I was the only one who dreamed about Wordie.
And this is a really weird coincidence, but I'm actually working on a version of the site where a life-sized tweedy guy will offer pedantic asides as you enter words. Sort of a giant animatronicclippy.
I actually dreamed I was on Wordie last night. I had a slew of words to enter, and I was alternating between Wordie and other applications, looking into the meanings of the words and entering them on my list. By the time I got to vergerhade, my computer had become a wall-sized, 3-dimensional affair, and on entering the word, automatically a life-sized professorial-looking guy popped up in front of an enormous, animated map, and began explaining the history of the word to me. It turns out it's an apocryphal island, somewhere near Australia or maybe Antarctica. Some people claim to have inside knowledge of it, some intimate they have actually seen it. No-one can verify exactly where it is, however, or whether it is submerged, stationary, etc. My brother was watching the giant computer with me. I said, "So they don't even know if it exists?" and he said, "It has nuclear weapons on it," as if that explained everything.
I can't remember the other words in the dream, except for berger.