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Wooting

: an exclamation of joy or enjoyment

Wooting, widely understood as an exclamation of joy or enjoyment, does not feature in the Oxford dictionary of English. — - Quiz of the week's news, 21-Aug-2010

Submitted by: C D Poduri from India on Aug. 20, 2010 23:24


Wootness (interjection) : the state of being woot

Wootness! I can't believe I kissed that girl

Submitted by: Kelly from Illinois on Apr. 20, 2006 20:12


wordaholic (verb) : Call for a person who never stop browsing for new words.

My sister is a wordaholic.

Submitted by: Maanne from Philippines on Jul. 18, 2007 12:54


wordalanche (noun) : an excessive outpouring of words

Submitted by: David from Texas on Jun. 26, 2009 19:33


wordbo (noun) : a blend of the nouns word and combo. Examples of wordboes include: chillax, gaydar, and the newly submitted Open Dictionary term, mangry.

Submitted by: Megan Currie from Indiana on Apr. 23, 2006 00:37


worder

(noun) : a person who loves words

Submitted by: wiline from Canada on Dec. 17, 2015 08:04


(noun) : One who creates words

The worder liked to create words that were different than regular English words.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Nov. 02, 2007 19:59


wordflow (noun) : 1. The guided motion of dynamically connected data between persons within work environments and the public. 2. The rate at which such motion takes place. 3. The framework of data interconnectivity relative to a specific workplace that is the basis for all workflow.

Information connectivity and efficient wordflow is paramount to the success of open government in this paperless age. —Tobias SK Cichon, http://codigigo.blogspot.com, 4/2/2007

Submitted by: Tobias SK Cichon from Illinois on Apr. 02, 2007 16:08


wordhole (noun) : Mouth.

Please close your wordhole.

Submitted by: Roman O from Colorado on Feb. 27, 2006 12:29


wordie (noun) : one who is especially interested in the use, roots, and offshoot potential of words

Jeanne spends a lot of time cyberloafing at the Open Dictionary site because she is a wordie. —Jeanne Dees, Daily News Journal, March 5, 2006

Submitted by: Jeanne Dees from Tennessee on Feb. 20, 2006 14:31


wordify (verb) : to put into words

Submitted by: James Capurro from California on Mar. 29, 2009 23:28