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technihorn (adjective) : someone who is very good at technical things and is far more advanced then he is suppose to be.

he is such a technihorn

Submitted by: Anonymous on May. 17, 2007 07:10


hard-down or harddown (verb) : An electronic widget (computer or a network device) power-cycles automatically and may not retun to it's normal status due to hardware or software problems running within it.

Yesterday our computer department router hard-downed, due to which we lost the network connectivity for our office whole day.

Submitted by: Sreeramanaveen from India on May. 17, 2007 00:39


Famousity (other) : The state of being famous

How much famousity does he have anyways?

Submitted by: Brad from Tennessee on May. 16, 2007 22:44


Gription

(noun) : traction through a gripping action

Submitted by: Anonymous on Aug. 27, 2008 13:45


cranivore (noun) : A predator of cranberries. Someone who has a passionate liking for cranberries and foods derived from them.

I'm a cranivore—if you put cranberries on it, I'll eat a bale of hay!

Submitted by: Triarius from Illinois on May. 16, 2007 19:59


grommet (noun) : Commercially produced, frozen, Individual, microwavable, lunch-sized meals. They are enough to keep your stomach from flapping in the wind, like a grommet on a tarp. Derived from mispronunciation of "Budget Gourmet™" frozen meals.

No, thanks, I brought a grommet for lunch.

Submitted by: Triarius from Illinois on May. 16, 2007 19:57


gradeist (other) : to not permit differnt grades to interact at all or to favor a grade more

the principal was gradeist toward her students and did not permit the eight grade and the sixth grade to talk at lunch —tepiloray, may 16 2007

Submitted by: Anonymous on May. 16, 2007 18:18


conversate

(verb) : to engage in a discussion

In anticipation of the celebrity's appearance, the fans refrained from conversating with one another.

Submitted by: Erica M from New Jersey on Jul. 25, 2008 01:57


T.V.O.D. (abbreviation) : stands for Television Overdose; this condition is caused by watching too much TV leaving the victim in a catatonic, lethargic, coma-like state

The network was having a reality show marathon for the past 10 hours and now I think I am suffering from T.V.O.D..

Submitted by: Kimberly from Pennsylvania on May. 16, 2007 16:45


Ashed (verb) : To inadvertently or carelessly drop hot ashes from your cigarette onto floors, clothing, or furniture.

Two of my friends ashed on my sofa and hardwood floor, but they won't admit to it.

Submitted by: J.C. Moore from Pennsylvania on May. 16, 2007 16:18