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arity (noun) : the number of arguments or operands that a mathematical function or operation accepts

The arity of the division function is 2: it requires a numerator and a denominator.

Submitted by: Ross Bonner from Kansas on Mar. 26, 2015 09:18


usie (noun) : a group picture of us

Submitted by: Marcie Aron from New Jersey on Mar. 22, 2015 22:05


splunch (noun) : a meal eaten in mid-to-late afternoon that serves as both lunch and supper

Submitted by: Mary Shepard from North Carolina on Mar. 21, 2015 19:31


componentize (verb) : to divide into parts or components

Submitted by: Diego Gonzalez from California on Mar. 19, 2015 01:06


scamola (noun) : scam : fraud

"This could be some kind of scam. Or possibly scamola." —David M. Stern, "Viva Ned Flanders" episode of The Simpsons, 1999

Submitted by: on Mar. 18, 2015 23:27


gihugean (adjective) : giant : huge : gargantuan

Floyd Mayweather's house in Las Vegas is gihugean.

Submitted by: Lucas Craig from Virginia on Mar. 18, 2015 11:07


techspert

(noun) : a technology expert

Whenever I have trouble with my computer, I take it to the local techspert, and he fixes it.

Submitted by: on Mar. 18, 2015 01:33


incorrect

(verb) : to make something incorrect while trying to correct it

Whenever I texted my friend Teri on my old cell phone, it would always incorrect me, writing instead, "Teriyaki."

Submitted by: on Mar. 18, 2015 01:26


Trekkie

(noun) : a fan of Star Trek movies and television shows

He owns a first edition model of the Starship Enterprise. He's such a Trekkie!

Submitted by: on Mar. 17, 2015 12:21


infactuate

(verb) : to impart knowledge or facts to someone

I was busy infactuating my friend while discussing the pros and cons of having a serious relationship.

Submitted by: shae from Pennsylvania on Mar. 17, 2015 10:24