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Perfeocast

Created by: brucee10

Pronunciation: Pur-fee-o-cast

Sentence: That song is so tight I had to perfeocast it out to my peeps on Myspace.

Etymology: Perfect + Mimeograph + broadcast

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Loonux

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: loo nuks

Sentence: He used loonux to develop his huge network of loonies.

Etymology: loon linux

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Adoropy

Created by: Jeaneai

Pronunciation: Ah-door-oh-pee

Sentence: Frank was so completely entranced by Melanie's good looks that he created fifteen thousand full sized, cardboard cut-outs of her picture and placed them all around his office.

Etymology: Adore, copy

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Lambatomy

Created by: darwindot

Pronunciation: lamb-bah-toe-me

Sentence: “As I slid from under the 17th century bureau, an empty tequila bottle to show, all in attendance seemed quite lovely, my Lambatomy had arrived.”

Etymology: Lambada + lobotomy; Having to dull your brain to enjoy getting close to people.

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Corpy

Created by: muddy

Pronunciation:

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Ubiquitate

Created by: Clayton

Pronunciation: yoo-BIK-wi-teyt

Sentence: Colin endeavored to ubiquitate his sister's comeback, fearing that it might slip into obscurity.

Etymology: Portmanteau: ubiquitous + imitate

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Dupligreat

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: doop li grate

Sentence: When Lenny came up with the U-Clone machine, he thought it would be a dupligreat success. Only problem was that instead of aping the person using it, all the copies came out looking like Lenny...

Etymology: Duplicate (reproduce, replicate, copy) & Great (wonderful,very good)

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Repligreat

Created by: ziggy41

Pronunciation: Rep-luh-grate

Sentence: The rich and somewhat insane old lady had her cat repligreated 3 million times and then frozen, so that when she died they would have a chance to rule the world when they melted... or just create an influx of pets at the pound.

Etymology: Replicate (to make an exact copy) + great (something wonderful)

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Linyucks

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: lie nnn yuks

Sentence: The twins were a pair of complete linyucks sharing programmes like mosquitos share germs

Etymology: linux, nyucks

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Mainstreamify

Created by: bpc99149

Pronunciation: main/stream/if/eye

Sentence: He was horrified to hear his favorite indie band on the radio, for fear that they were trying to mainstreamify themselves.

Etymology: Verb form of "mainstream."

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Comments:

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-05-07: 02:33:00
Today's definition was inspired by Cory Doctorow's short stories "Printcrime" and "I-Robot" which are both appear in Overclocked. Thank you Cory! ~ James

inkvision inkvision - 2007-05-07: 20:58:00
I absolutely LOVE the illustration on the homepage... gorgeous. Who did it?

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-05-07: 21:40:00
Hi inkvision, Thanks for positive review on the drawing. Glad you like it! It was created by me (James Gang), or one of my clones, I'm not sure which. But really, it was nothing, we just copied Cory. ~ James

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2009-11-23: 00:25:00
Today's definition was suggested by doctorow. Thank you doctorow. ~ James

'Hey, you're copying me!'

DEFINITION: v. To copy and share an idea, thing, or person because you think that it's so wonderful that everyone should have one. n. An open source clone.

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