New Words & Slang:
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(noun) : a period of time spent joffling
He went for a two-mile joffle; he'll be back in about thirty minutes. —coinage
Submitted by: Rick Heimbach from Japan on Jan. 21, 2006 17:35
(adverb) : Being positively and absolutly (correct, certain)
The President was posolutly sure of his position.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 21, 2006 17:28
(noun) : The watery substance that initially drips out of a mustard squeeze bottle previous to actually getting a more viscous mustard consistency.
Chad was upset when the musquirt from the bottle saturated his hot dog bun.
Submitted by: Eddie Baca from Illinois on Nov. 01, 2006 13:54
SPOING (noun) : A spoing is anything that extends or protrudes from another known object but doesn't have a definitive name or a name that can not be remembered.
Hang this on that red spoing over there.
Submitted by: Nina Cox from Georgia Us on Jan. 21, 2006 17:12
bozonic (verb) : To act in a foolish manner, clownlike, bizzare, silly behavior or idea.
His driving skill was bozonic. His idea for a self licking stamp was bozonic.
Submitted by: Bill Ludewig on Jan. 21, 2006 17:11
(verb) : to receive a gift, then give it as a gift to (hopefully) another person
Oh, she got these cookies from Bob? But she gave them to me.... She must have regifted!
Submitted by: gradster1/kokopellic/Grady on Jan. 01, 2008 13:05
Atmit (noun) : An Ethiopian word meaning a thin, nourishing porridge
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints provided 2.2 million pounds of Atmit to aid is disaster relief during 2005. —Sarah Jane Weaver, Church News, January 14, 2006
Submitted by: George Brown from Iowa on Jan. 21, 2006 16:57
ideofascism (noun) : French idéo-, from Greek idea and Etymology: Italian fascismo, from fascio bundle, fasces, group, from Latin fascis bundle & fasces fasces : a tendency toward or actual exercise of strong autocratic or dictatorial control by an ideology but imposed by an individual or an oligarchy through the repression of opposing ideas and beliefs.
The ideofascist who believed they were superior to others sought to create legislation that made their ideology enforceable by the rule of law. —Randy Sprinkle, see results on Google search, 12-06-2005
Submitted by: Randy Sprinkle from Texas on Jan. 21, 2006 16:56
remark-a-bauble (noun) : Best described as "a gem of thought." I submitted it as the name of a school newspaper. Not surprisingly, it was turned down.
Have you read the latest issue of the "Remark-a-bauble?"
Submitted by: Bob Collins from North Carolina on Jan. 21, 2006 16:52
(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