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chilax

  1. Function: verb
    Definition: to relax or chill
    Word History: I got it from a TV show.
    Example Sentence: Her friend told her to chilax because she was being frantic.
    Submitted by: Lucy from NJ, USA on 10/09/2007 09:14
  2. Function: verb
    Definition: to chill out
    Word History: chill and relax
    Example Sentence: Dude, chilax. It's just a test.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from Canada on 10/01/2007 05:43
  3. Function: verb
    Definition: to chill out and relax at the same time
    Example Sentence: Chilax or I'll call your parents!
    Submitted by: Gavyn from North Carolina, USA on 09/17/2007 05:05
  4. Function: verb
    Definition: to chill and relax at the same time
    Word History: from chill and relax
    Example Sentence: Dude, you need to chilax.
    Submitted by: Lili from MD, USA on 09/10/2007 06:15
  5. Function: verb
    Definition: to chill and/or relax at the same time
    Example Sentence: You really need to CHILAX before your big test at school tomorrow.
    Submitted by: Adri from Florida, USA on 08/26/2007 07:53

nark'd

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: mean, rude, self-centered, and/ or a brat, especially very suddenly for an unknown reason.
    Example Sentence: The girl acted sweet one day and the next she was nark'd.
    Submitted by: Annie from Virginia, USA on 08/26/2007 07:32

peopals

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: People who are your pals.
    Word History: Comes from the words people and pals.
    Example Sentence: At my party I was with all my peopals.
    Submitted by: K from CT, USA on 08/26/2007 06:14

stummy

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a person's stomach
    Word History: from baby talk
    Example Sentence: My stummy hurts! Is your stummy okay?
    Submitted by: Allie from Florida, USA on 12/03/2007 09:22
  2. Function: noun
    Definition: the area of your body where the stomach and tummy are
    Example Sentence: My stummy hurts.
    Submitted by: Ken from Texas, USA on 11/06/2007 01:21
  3. Function: noun
    Definition: stomach and tummy said at the same time and really fast
    Word History: I yell at my brother a lot and sometimes the words come out weird.
    Example Sentence: My stummy hurts.
    Submitted by: Devon from ME on 09/24/2007 10:02
  4. Function: noun
    Definition: the body part in between your chest and legs.
    Word History: STOMACH + TUMMY
    Example Sentence: Tommy's stummy hurt.
    Submitted by: Emerald from Santa Ana, United States of America on 08/26/2007 05:59

funky

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: cool or neat in a hip way
    Word History: I use it a lot.
    Example Sentence: The monkey is funky looking.
    Submitted by: Biggy S. from Alberta, Canada on 10/11/2007 11:22
  2. Function: adjective
    Definition: messed up: not tasting, looking, smelling, or working right
    Word History: It used to mean something smelled funny.
    Example Sentence: My computer got all funky.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from Ontario, Canada on 10/10/2007 10:03
  3. Function: adjective
    Definition: when someone is stinky you say funky
    Example Sentence: your toes are funky(smelly bad)
    Submitted by: Peaches_12 from Florida, United States Of America on 08/26/2007 05:00

krod

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: A fun nickname betweeen friends that means "dork", yet not meant to insult one anonther.
    Word History: d-o-r-k spelled backwords
    Example Sentence: Hey Susie, you are such a big krod.
    Submitted by: HDS from WI, USA on 08/26/2007 04:57

Hippoarachniaphobiaitis

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: The inflammation, or increasing, of the fear of a half horse half spider creature.
    Word History: Hippo: horse Arachnia: spider Phobia: fear of itis: inflammation, swelling I just put Greek and Latin words and suffixes together.
    Example Sentence: He had severe hippoarachniaphobiaitis
    Submitted by: Anonymous from NC, USA on 08/26/2007 04:15

bing-bong

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: A person who is being pointed to as a very unknowing person. Not usually used as an insult, just as a joke.
    Word History: The cross between the bimbo and ding-dong.
    Example Sentence: What do you mean you forgot where you put my necklace? Anilyn, you bing-bong!
    Submitted by: D.J. from Kentucky, USA on 08/26/2007 02:21

confuzzled

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: confused and puzzled at the same time
    Word History: Lala Land
    Example Sentence: This book is getting me very confuzzled.
    Submitted by: MinnieMoose from NJ, USA on 10/10/2007 04:19
  2. Function: adjective
    Definition: confused and puzzled at the same time
    Word History: marching band
    Example Sentence: This part of the music makes me confuzzled.
    Submitted by: Anonymous on 09/18/2007 04:39
  3. Function: adjective
    Definition: It means you're seriously confused.
    Word History: My friend wanted to come up with a more descriptive word for what level of confused you are.
    Example Sentence: The girl was really confuzzled about what she was supposed to do for homework.
    Submitted by: Lana from New York on 09/17/2007 07:45
  4. Function: adjective
    Definition: Confused & Flustered
    Word History: Invented by Mr. Hansen in 05/06
    Example Sentence: I can't believe how confuzzled that math test made me!
    Submitted by: Keara from NY, U.S.A. on 09/05/2007 08:41
  5. Function: verb
    Definition: It means that a person does not know what is going on, to the point of puzzlement.
    Word History: The word is a mix of confused and puzzled.
    Example Sentence: I am confuzzled about what's going on here.
    Submitted by: Leftright from AZ, US on 08/30/2007 11:33
  6. Function: adjective
    Definition: Being both puzzled and confused
    Word History: from Sky Vista Middle School, Aurora, Colorado
    Example Sentence: I am very confuzzled of this problem.
    Submitted by: Ella from Aurora on 08/26/2007 12:48

trippy

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: capable of freaking you out to the point you see colors
    Word History: This word was developed in the early sixties and is still used today to describe music videos
    Example Sentence: The music video I had seen last week was trippy.
    Submitted by: Brooklyn from IL, US on 08/25/2007 08:49