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featureization (adverb) : The state of being featureized as in software features

The featureization of new components in the software has become far to complex.

Submitted by: brookbot from California on Feb. 14, 2006 15:25


featureize (verb) : The act of adding one or more additional features to an object or device such as in a computer program where multiple features are defined and controled by software

John will featureize the new software componet using a flag.

Submitted by: brookbot from California on Feb. 14, 2006 15:21


Flusterated

(adjective) : flustered and frustrated at the same time

I think Dan is handsome, but when he talks to me I get flusterated because my mind races and I can't say what I mean.

Submitted by: Charly M from South Carolina on Jan. 22, 2008 11:19


fantabulistic

(adjective) : very fabulous. the best of the best.

That shirt is so fantabulistic!

Submitted by: Lindsey on Dec. 06, 2007 16:00


zooted (noun) : to be stupid, cazy and weird at the same time

last night my friend was zooted at the dance.

Submitted by: Diamond on Feb. 14, 2006 13:38


chillax

(verb) : to chill out and relax

Just chillax dude.

Submitted by: Kevin Johnson from North Carolina on May. 14, 2008 19:33


Quark (verb) : to flow text into a page-layout program such as Quark; used in publishing

When we Quarked the file, all the formatting disappeared.

Submitted by: Maines from New York on Feb. 14, 2006 11:50


slimish (adjective) : Very similar to 'slimy'. Other definitions: 'covered in slime', 'sticky', disgusting in a way that involves slime or any other sticky substances.

"You miserable little slimish frog!" or "Ewww!This butter thingy is slimish. Don't touch it!" —No author., No source., No such date.

Submitted by: Fool of a Took from New Zealand on Feb. 14, 2006 11:15


vigot (adjective) : variation of bigot—a computer term describing a server administrator who advocates the use of virtualization technologies (such as Vmware (tm)) but refuses to allow his/her own server to be virtualized.

The IT manager provided several reasons why his project server could not be virtualized—he is a 'vigot'.

Submitted by: dave l from Indiana on Feb. 14, 2006 10:15


homping

(verb) : A cross between hopping and limping seen when someone with a foot or ankle injury walks by lightly placing the injured foot down and then quickly hopping on to the other foot to avoid putting the injured foot or ankle under any pressure.

After another badly-timed tackle, he couldn't put any weight on his injured ankle. The grimace on his face showed real pain as he homped off the field. —Robin Hacht, Robin Hacht, 14th February 2006

Submitted by: Hacht Robin from United Kingdom on Feb. 14, 2006 09:40