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Lu Bu'ed (verb) : being owned so hard that it becomes pathetic. Deriving from the war lord Lu Bu who was believed to be one of the world greatest warriors
DAMN!!! You've just been Lu Bu'ed like five times in a row... I think it's time to give up.
Submitted by: Mandog from California on Sep. 15, 2006 01:43
(noun) : the act of showing love for a dog by rubbing its belly
Sadie always rolls on her back and straightens her legs whenever she gets lubbin.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Mar. 02, 2007 16:06
lubby (verb) : more than love; very strongly love
I lubby who? YOU!
Submitted by: soccergirl03 from Tennessee on Apr. 25, 2007 12:38
lubristic (adjective) : providing lubrication or having a slippery or smooth quality
Submitted by: Steven J. Bales from Illinois on Jan. 25, 2011 21:00
lubritic (adjective) : lubricating or causing lubrication
Submitted by: Brent Giansanti from Connecticut on Nov. 09, 2009 08:22
lucid dream (noun) : A dream in which you realize you are sleeping and control the dream.
You can think of lucid dreaming as being conscious while dreaming.
Submitted by: Justme from California on Oct. 07, 2005 00:27
Lucy Ricardo (noun) : one who is impetuous, fixated, and obsessively out of contact with reality, to the point of requiring medication.
Paul had a huge plan to clean out the garage, it was as if Lucy Ricardo had moved in.
Submitted by: edward duarte from California on Mar. 10, 2006 12:09
Ludicron (noun) : A person who routinely acts in a ludicrous manner.
Herman, the brilliant ludicron in the 2nd cubicle, was termed today for heckling the CEO in staff.
Submitted by: Darryl from Georgia Us on Aug. 30, 2007 21:18
ludicrosity (noun) : The quality or state of being ludicrous
Because of his poor planning, the idea of meeting the proposed deadline was thrust into ludicrosity.
Submitted by: Jason Davis from Texas on Mar. 15, 2007 15:25
ludin (noun) : the snack between lunch n dinner, since when travel on flight u will have a menu called brunch so why not also a ludin.
the idea is derived from the word brunch
Submitted by: thomas.d.m.ching from Hong Kong on Mar. 21, 2006 09:55