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confuzzled

(adjective) : to be confused and puzzled at the same time

I am very confuzzled! —Urple Urkle Bob Ooberflabben III, Somewhere Over The Rainbow, 3/14/08

Submitted by: Alex Yo Mama from California on Mar. 14, 2008 12:20

baller

(noun) : A basketball player. A man who gets with the ladies. Really cool person.

That dude's a real baller.

Submitted by: DJ Sonizle from Michigan on Jan. 07, 2008 22:17

jeet

(other) : did you eat

Jeet yet?

Submitted by: Lynn from Pennsylvania on Oct. 15, 2008 18:51

cama (noun) : A cama is a cross between a llama and a camel.

Submitted by: CAMAMAN from South Dakota on Feb. 11, 2007 20:48

newb

(noun) : a player who has not learned the basics of a video game

Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 18, 2008 13:03

ish

(adverb) : kind of; sort of; a little bit

"Are you hungry?" "Ish."

Submitted by: Caron Maguire from Louisiana on May. 19, 2008 20:46

scrunt (noun) : Scrawny, skinny, runt of the litter combined

(In 1994, my 3 year old son was looking at a newborn kitten that was very weak, and small and I told him it was called a runt of the litter and that scrawny means skinny. So he looked at me with amazement and said, "Mama, then that little kitty is just a little scrunt."

Submitted by: Cindy J. Pickett from Mississippi on Feb. 11, 2007 18:23

arvie (noun) : Afternoon. From the Latin “arvo.” Possibly. As in the famous Latin invitation: “Lettus meetus this arvo.”

Wanna come over this arvo? —Louise Rennison,

Submitted by: Ro-Ro loves sven on Feb. 11, 2007 16:49

exsqueeze

(verb) : To squeeze your way through a crowd while being polite about it.

I had to exsqueeze my way through the horde of people to reach the stage.

Submitted by: J.C. Moore from Pennsylvania on Aug. 02, 2007 14:01

chillax

(verb) : to chill out and relax

Just chillax dude.

Submitted by: Kevin Johnson from North Carolina on May. 14, 2008 19:33

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