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So, this is pretty simple, you make up a word and the replier defines the word, then uses it in a sentence, then gives a new word.

Here is the word: Phlerp

Now, you be the dictionary and tell me what my word means, if you want, give me the word roots.

Edited by ignoramo, 29 August 2009 - 05:19 PM.

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A hiccup and a burp at the same time
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A word stupidly made by a Greek scientist.
It means to say nothing for 87896858956896790 years.

The idiot was Phlerping for 879685956896789 years ,11 months, 364 days, 59 seconds.

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WSHUIES
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A chinese sauce used in making wantons

"please pass me some more wshuies"

Hauyjei
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Hauyjei

Meaning: An American Indian greeting

Usage: Hauyjei, everyone! What's up!

Etymology: From hauy a diminished form of "howdy", and jei a phonetically reconstructed form of "Jay", the name of the first person they said hello to.


Sorry. :)

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Edited by Mjöllnir, 02 September 2009 - 08:30 AM.

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Mjöllnir... uh, what's the next word?
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A type of Lightning that zaps people when they try casting it.

Boogarty.
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Boogarty: A type of putrid drink to loosen the contents of the nose.

"Please I'll take one boogarty to go, I have a stuffy nose."

Platrifuge

Edited by ignoramo, 02 September 2009 - 12:27 PM.

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Platrifuge, A common gravitational force felt when spinning plates on sticks

"The amount of platrifuge I get really makes it hard to balance on the tightrope"

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the new word for Jell-o

The Jytell is so good!


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Fleebindoshkaoshkavabinbeatthatpoland - The word that put an end to this game for a while


Aerby
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Aerby - A rock outcrop that creates a mirage to make is look like a floating rock outcrop.

Look at the Aerby, It is just floating there in the middle of the desert!

Latiberat

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Latiberat

French-Italian for a bunch of hullabaloo

Pronounced like Lot a bar raw


I never believe her stories; so full of latiberat!

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Tinjingle - the sound of rain falling on the tin roof :)

Citrunera
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Citrunera - a citrus based suntan lotion and fortified drink!

Don't drink all the Citrunera. I need some for my back.


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