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nutanga

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: the thinking part of a human: the brain
    Word History: from England
    Example Sentence: He used his nutunga to do his math homework.
    Submitted by: Cheezegirl from VA on 10/23/2007 05:51

nutcrazical

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: wild and crazy acting
    Word History: invented in 2007
    Example Sentence: The circus was nutcrazical.
    Submitted by: Victoria from CA, USA on 10/09/2007 08:42

nuth

  1. Function: verb
    Definition: to move at a pace between running and jogging
    Example Sentence: Let's nuth the race.
    Submitted by: Ally from WI, USA on 01/08/2008 07:47

nvm

  1. Function: abbreviation
    Definition: abbreviation of "nevermind"
    Word History: text messaging and emailing
    Example Sentence: Nvm, you wouldn't get it anyway.
    Submitted by: Caligirl101 from California, USA on 10/15/2007 09:13

nyctocyne

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a dog that guards an area containing a valuable object
    Word History: from nyct- which means "night" and -cyn which means "dog"
    Example Sentence: How did they get past the nyctocyne when they robbed the bank?
    Submitted by: Kara from Georgia, America on 10/19/2008 04:29

nye

  1. Function: interjection
    Definition: used to avoid answering with a definite yes or a no
    Example Sentence: All she said was "Nye," when I asked her if she'd spent all of the money.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from Florida, USA on 04/21/2008 10:36

nyeos

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: an answer that is a yes and a no at the same time
    Example Sentence: I said nyeos to the idea.
    Submitted by: Gege from CT, USA on 04/23/2009 05:52

nymnat

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: your birth name
    Word History: We got it because instead of saying two words (birth and name), you could say one word.
    Example Sentence: My nymnat is Michelle.
    Submitted by: Michelle and Mer from USA on 09/23/2007 04:49
  2. Function: noun
    Definition: This word means birth name.
    Word History: Instead of saying two words (birth and name), you can say one.
    Example Sentence: My nymnat is Michelle.
    Submitted by: Melinda from New York, America on 09/21/2007 03:47