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Dictionarying : The act of browsing through dictionaries to expand knowledge and vocabulary.

"What are you doing on Just a little dictionarying." —Rob DeWolfe,

Submitted by: Rob DeWolfe from Canada on Feb. 16, 2006 21:12

fwow (interjection) : Defying all other description. Impossible to describe. Inducing a state of simultaneous shock and awe.

Submitted by: Christopher Moody from South Carolina on Feb. 16, 2006 21:05

Farch : The period of time in February/March when the weather is so utterly miserable and the remainder of the snow on the ground is slushy and discoloured from exhaust from motor vehicles. ::farchy, farched, farching, farch-time, farchiness, yucky

"I hope we get some sunny weather, it is so farch outside." —Reg MacIntyre, Spoken Word

Submitted by: Rob DeWolfe from Canada on Feb. 16, 2006 21:01

negaching (verb) : having absolutley no money

Do you want to go shopping? No, i have negaching.

Submitted by: amanda from Canada on Feb. 16, 2006 20:45

sotally (abbreviation) : "so totally" made up into one word

Submitted by: Alex Pano from Oregon on Feb. 16, 2006 19:49

joshling (verb) : Dancing, jumping, jiggling, wiggling.

Why are you joshling?

Submitted by: luly from Montana on Feb. 16, 2006 19:19


(verb) : to use (a word that is not a verb) as a verb : to make (a word) into a verb

"Remember when 'access' was a thing? Now it's something you do. It got verbed." —Bill Watterson, Calvin and Hobbes, 1993

Submitted by: SavageTech from Washington on Oct. 27, 2014 05:18

moroff (adjective) : The opposite of the word moron.

Luckily, you are such a moroff.

Submitted by: Aaron from Michigan on Feb. 16, 2006 17:33

dibbie (noun) : Any small, small, fuzzy, light collection of fibers or dust that cling to cloth or accumulate on floors.

There is a dibbie on your shirt.

Submitted by: June from Colorado on Feb. 16, 2006 16:45


(verb) : To make use of surrounding materials to build a contraption or to get out of life's crazy things.

I was MacGyvering when I was stranded on the island.

Submitted by: MikeUMD from Maryland on Feb. 16, 2006 16:43

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