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gnar gnar (adjective) : Exceptionally and intensely exciting, usually because of a high degree of quality.
Bro, that fresh powder on the slopes was so gnar gnar today!
Submitted by: freshies from Tennessee on Feb. 16, 2006 16:00
Gnarl (interjection) : 1. An expletive used to express frustration. 2. A greeting. 3. A way to say goodbye.
Gnarl, that woman is irritating.
Submitted by: Anji (Penguin) from California on Aug. 29, 2006 14:10
gnarlicius (adjective) : cool, tight, awesome
Oh, that is a gnarlicius bike. —Kelly, MY mind, 11/ 03/05
Submitted by: Anonymous on Nov. 03, 2005 14:17
gnawphoria (noun) : Gnawphoria is a dogs persistent gnawing at a bone or toy that gives them great enjoyment.
Cocoa the Pekingese is teething, so I held her plastic bone in my hand to stabilize it allowing her to gnaw at it frantically with her eyes locked in a daze of blissful gnawphoria.
Submitted by: J.C. Moore from Pennsylvania on Apr. 10, 2008 15:36
GNH (abbreviation) : Gross National Happiness; a term used to describe the opening and developing of Bhutan without exploiting natural resources or losing cultural identity
Introduced in 1972 by King Jigme Singye Wangchuk, GNH provides a less materialistic way to measure success than GNP. In Bhutan the pursuit of happiness-and its attainment-are state business. —Brook Larmer, Bhutan's Experiment, National Geographic, March, 2008
Submitted by: K.A. Hoffa from Pennsylvania on Mar. 03, 2008 15:22
gnodab (adjective) : the opposite of 'badong' (see 'badong')
From this day foward, I will fight for the opposite of killing, which is,uh,gnodab. —Steve Oedekerk, the movie,' Kung Pow Enter The Fist'
Submitted by: cheese whiz from Louisiana on Oct. 04, 2005 18:14
gnomie (noun) : combination of homie and gnome; a close friend
Last night I went rollin' with my gnomie. —T-Shirt
Submitted by: Anonymous on Dec. 11, 2005 23:29