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loli (noun) : Young girl, usually prepubescent. Short for 'lolita'.
Paris dresses like an over-the-hill loli. —radio
Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 29, 2006 19:07
rori (noun) : Young girl(s), usually prepubescent. Asian pronunciation of 'loli' (which is short for lolita). Terminology understood amongst anime fans.
That anime has a lot of rori.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 29, 2006 19:05
wiener dog (noun) : (Slang) Another name for Dachshund.
My friend got a wiener dog from the kennel.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 29, 2006 18:39
hyperbelle (adjective) : Very beautiful. Hyper + belle, obviously of French origin. Can also be used as a noun. Variant forms would be hyperbellacious, bellacious, etc.
She's so hyperbelle! I hope that she'll go out with me —cam,
Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 29, 2006 18:19
munit (noun) : Mother Unit. A term used to describe a mother without having to refer to her as mom or mother. A sterile substitute for mom or mother. Possibly stems from the Saturday Night Live Conehead scripts in which Connie referred to her mom and dad as "parental units."
I had to take the munit to the doctor. The munit is working herself to death. The munit sure cooks a fine pot roast.
Submitted by: Harold McCarty from Georgia Us on Jan. 29, 2006 18:11
(noun) : the output of deep, critical, creative thinking
Philosophy is the framework of strategies, concepts, principles, policies, procedures, methods, techniques, practices and similar "thoughtput", i.e. the output of deep, critical, creative thinking. —Nilo N. Poso, http://www.eenterprise.net/ibose/templates/themes/..., 2 March 2007
Submitted by: Nilo N. Poso from Philippines on Mar. 01, 2007 19:23
Paducah (noun) : Kentucky version of popular Japanese word game Soduko.
Jed sharpened his mind playing Paducah.
Submitted by: Sharon from Kansas on Jan. 29, 2006 17:34
(verb) : to attack a player at a disadvantage in a video game
Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 11, 2007 20:38
IVUS (noun) : Icepack that comes ashore by way of wind and sea currents.
the "ivus" came ashore leaving carsized blocks of ice. —newspaper; casper star tribune, Jan 29, 2006
Submitted by: jerry from Wyoming on Jan. 29, 2006 10:08
wasm (noun) : words that end in 'ism' and become extinct
Every ism becomes a wasm.
Submitted by: Noel Hashim from Florida on Jan. 29, 2006 02:23