THE OPEN DICTIONARY
New Words & Slang
(verb) : To get beaten badly. (Internet lingo.)
"Dude you just got Pwned!" —Myself, Lots of people,
Submitted by: Anonymous on Oct. 01, 2007 18:01
Environomics (noun) : 1)A product or rescource, which is directly tied to the fiscal development of a country. 2) The correlation between a countries rescources, not specific to its natural ones, and how they translate to a countries or regions economic wealth.
The environomic impact of palm nut oil, is being felt by Borneo's rainforests.
Submitted by: Shane from Canada on Apr. 27, 2006 15:49
(noun) : an e-seminar; a seminar broadcast over the Web
We offer webinars to train new employees. —Career Builder, 2008
Submitted by: Anonymous on May. 30, 2008 13:43
(noun) : the ability of a man to look directly at an item and not see it
Submitted by: David Wright from New York on Nov. 01, 2013 10:13
(adverb) : in a manner that shows several complicated tasks being done correctly by computers for what appears as a single task to the end user
Type the email and click send, it will automagically get to me. —Randy Hinders, 1999
Submitted by: Randy Hinders from Ohio on Mar. 25, 2008 07:46
(noun) : plural for 'you' commonly used in the Philadelphia, PA area
What are all of yous doing after the movie?
Submitted by: The Sheriff of Lexicon County from Tennessee on Apr. 16, 2008 15:49
(noun) : ONE WHO SPECIALIZES IN COORDINATING AND DELIVERING MAIL OR MAIL COMPONENTS WITHIN A BUSINESS ORGANIZATION; ONE WHO GOES ABOVE AND BEYOND REGULAR DELIVERY REQUIREMENTS
OUR MAILOLOGIST GUARANTEES THAT ALL MAIL WILL REACH ITS DESTINATION ON TIME
Submitted by: SYLVIA MALLICOTT from Virginia on Apr. 27, 2006 12:55
Swoot (adjective) : 1. swoot Pronunciation: 'swüt' The opposite of sweet. It is a word used to describe something that is not sweet at all.
I went to the swootest party last weekend . . . so lame. —This word popularized by Covino and Rich on sirius satellite radio,
Submitted by: russt from Utah on Apr. 27, 2006 11:08
(verb) : used in massively multiplayer online games to refer to the creation of a new character, borrowed from the roleplaying game Dungeons and Dragons (and others) in which a character's abilities and attributes are determined by a roll of dice
I rolled a new toon today. —various MMOs
Submitted by: Carl Etheredge from Alabama on Apr. 27, 2006 10:17
(noun) : slang used in many massively multiplayer online games referring to the character which represents you in the online world, called such because of the often cartoonish appearance of video game characters, also possibly a reference to the movie "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" in which the cartoon citizens are referred to as "toons"
I rolled this new toon yesterday and I want to get some play time with him. —various MMOs
Submitted by: Carl Etheredge from Alabama on Apr. 27, 2006 09:54
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