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  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a lot of numbers or money
    Example Sentence: This costs a kajillion.
    Submitted by: Crazy Dork from VA, U.S.A. on 09/28/2007 05:40


  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a giant cup of pudding
    Example Sentence: I ate a kalasuba after dinner.
    Submitted by: L from MA, USA on 08/15/2008 03:54


  1. Function: noun
    Definition: kaleidoscopic vision
    Example Sentence: She can't see well because she has kaleidosision.
    Submitted by: Thai from New Zealand on 04/18/2012 05:39


  1. Function: noun
    Definition: an annoying person
    Word History: It comes from my heart, head, and soul.
    Example Sentence: You are a kalingo.
    Submitted by: Katherine from New York, USA on 09/21/2007 01:45


  1. Function: verb
    Definition: to jump across large amounts of space
    Word History: I used catapult and loop as words.
    Example Sentence: I kallooped down the stairs.
    Submitted by: M&M from Alabama, USA on 10/12/2007 10:13


  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: very tragic
    Example Sentence: The attack on 9/11 was very kallopilas.
    Submitted by: Nolan from New York, USA on 10/15/2010 10:06


  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a big amount of trouble
    Example Sentence: She was stuck in a great big kaloobie.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from California, USA on 05/14/2008 09:20


  1. Function: noun
    Definition: A difficult situation.
    Word History: from Mars
    Example Sentence: The boys circled her and she knew she was in a kalux.
    Submitted by: Lara from PA, USA on 09/06/2007 08:41


  1. Function: interjection
    Definition: used to indicate approval and encouragement: used in place of "bring it on"
    Example Sentence: When she asked me to jump off the table, I said, "Kamakama!"
    Submitted by: Jenna from Massachusetts, USA on 01/07/2008 05:10


  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a plane that crashes on purpose in order to release a bomb
    Example Sentence: The kamazine bombed the enemy and won the battle.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from GA, USA on 03/14/2011 08:19