Word List / D :.
26. der (dûr)
- a. (interj.) Used to express confusion, interrogation, surprise; "huh?" Origins: Possible made up by mistake when someone stupidly expressed their stupidity incorrectly resulting in an 'er' sound rather than the 'uh' sound in 'duh'.
27. derk (dûrk)
- a. (n.) Someone who presses a pedestrian crossing button more than once, or after someone has already pressed it, having the idea that it will make the lights change faster.
- b. (n.) To be both a jerk and a dork at the same time. A jerk-foolish person.
- a. (v.) Process by which a word is removed of its sniglet/unword status.
- b. (v.) dē-snĭg'lĭtīz'. To eliminate an unword.
- a. (n.) Going upstairs or downstairs and being unable to remember why.
- a. (v.tr.) The act of destroying something entirely, leaving nothing left but atomic particles.
Example: I am going to destructinate you!
- a. (n.) The state of being destructinated, or completely decimated and destroyed; the utter annihilation of something or someone.
32. desuckify (dē- sŭk'ə-fī)
- a. (v.tr.) To ameliorate one's situation, work, idea, item, place; to make less disagreeable.
- a. (adj.) Being convenient to the point of detriment.
Example: Living next door to a liquor store can be very detrivenient.
34. dialup (dī'əl-ŭp')
- a. (adj.) Something that is very slow.
Example: We missed the first five minutes of the movie because our waiter went dialup with the check!
35. dietribe (dī'ə-trīb')
- a. (n.) An irate sermon or lecture on healthy eating.
- a. (n.) The practice of being different.
Example: Alexandria welcomed differentiality.
37. digiocrity (dĭ'jē-ŏk'rĭ-tē)
- a. (n.) The culture of replacing high quality analog systems with lower quality but more convenient digital systems.
Example: The rapid replacement of film cameras with digital is a true sign of digiocrity.
- a. (n.) A dignified attitude.
- a. (n.) The last pickle in the jar that avoids all attempts to be captured.
40. dimp (dĭmp)
- a. (n.) A person who insults you in a cheap department store by asking, "Do you work here?"
41. dinch (dĭnch)
- a. (n.) A meal, usually between lunch and dinner, eaten after lunch time, 12:00pm to 2:00pm, and before dinner, 6:00pm to 8:00pm. The compliment to brunch. One of two meals eaten by those on a two-meal-a-day diet.
42. dingy (dĭng-ē)
- a. (v.tr.) To ignore someone or something deliberately.
"Dingy this, I'm going to bed."
"I tried to phone her, but she dingied me."
- a. (n.) Extreme fear of dinosaurs.
44. DIOS (dē'ōs)
- a. (n.) The one true operating system.
- a. (n.) A large bin of discount products such as unwanted toys or DVDs that can be found at large supermarkets.
- a. (n.) An event or procedure that has gone terribly wrong.
Example: The Pistons versus Pacers game turned into a disasterbacle.
- a. (v.) To be in a state of confusion as a result of loud car music, thereby causing one to lower the car stereo volume in order to better read a an address number on a house or building, or to pay a toll.
- a. (v.) To sterilize the piece of candy you dropped on the floor by blowing on it, somehow assuming this will "remove" all the germs.
- a. (adj.) Very, very confusing.
- a. (v.) Removal of a corsage.
- b. (v.) To remove decorative flowers from someone.