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indiwigger (noun) : A person of both Native American and Caucasion descent who is strongly persuaded by black culture.

He is such an indiwigger...I just saw him doing a beatbox.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 13, 2006 23:25


(noun) : to be extremely drunk

We gon' get crunk in da club!!!

Submitted by: Anonymous on Oct. 22, 2007 18:58

Freals (other) : "For Real" mixed together with an "S"

Is he freals?

Submitted by: Alex from California on Feb. 13, 2006 23:21

sodaholic (noun) : A person who is addicted to soft drinks.

He is such a sodaholic drinking a whole litter of 7up. —Kerry Cabalfin`, Ideas, Febuary

Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 13, 2006 23:21

staggy (adjective) : Relating to handsome men in the State of Arizona.

That man is quite staggy.

Submitted by: BJJJ from Minnesota on Feb. 13, 2006 23:09

snorphy (adjective) : when you feel very sick, or have a stuffy nose.

Ugh. I feel so snorphy today.

Submitted by: Alex from California on Feb. 13, 2006 23:03

aimid (adjective) : addicted to aim or always online

She is so aimid, she just can't stop using aim. She even says things like omg and lol when she writes!

Submitted by: Maren from Washington on Feb. 13, 2006 23:02

Wootage (verb) : the process of Wooting as in hurray

During the wootage of the game, she spilled her popcorn. —Brittany Gustafson, My mind, 2/13/06

Submitted by: Brittany from Illinois on Feb. 13, 2006 22:48


(noun) : Opposition to the belief that there should no longer be an official church in a country

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jun. 28, 2007 19:49

Youst (British variant of N.A, Yost) (verb) : A verb used in general conversation to decribe the past tense of having or having done, while its pronunciation is common its typical spelling of "use to" seems awkward and nonsensical in writings.(Possibly spoken in regional dialect only)

Remember how we youst to drive about aimlessly in our youth? I youst to have a car just like that one.

Submitted by: Stephen Pottle from Canada on Feb. 13, 2006 22:42

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