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symbol knitting

Communication; Written communication

Creating a figure or pattern with all kinds of punctiation marks in order to express some kind of feeling or message - used in ...

deductibation

Science; General science

The act of thoroughly enjoying deductive reasoning to a point where you 'get off' when you deduce correctly.

bare reading

Education; Special education

The practice of reading while in the nude. Practioners believe that bare reading allows the mind to be free of the unnecessary ...

terminization

Internet; Internet marketing

Terminization is the characterization of a term-oriented digital world in which everything seemingly revolves around terms. A ...

Omnigraph

Arts & crafts; Modern art

The object responsible for the transformation of ideas into tangible reality. Originating from the latin term "omni" (meaning ...

facebook flasher

Internet; Social media

Defines a person who is eager to tell everyone about all good things, all positive events and all positive energy which happen in ...

linglop

Psychology; General psychology

A momentary loss for words in speakers of multiple languages resulting from linguistic interference when the brain continues to ...

frippinicity

General; Miscellaneous

This is when you have so much work that you decide to sleep instead. It is both the sleep part and the procrastination part, but ...

koty

Language; Idioms

It is a prefix that precedes a noun meaning that it is a tiny, small, and cute thing. For example, kotycat, kotydog, and ...

socialectic

Sociology; People

Referred to a person who is perfectly at ease with social networks of any kind; he/she understands how social media work, in ...

labrottie

Zoology; Zoological terms

A dog species that is a mix between a rottweiler and a labrador retriever.

Doglish

Language; Slang

English that is badly spoken by first-language English speakers. Doglish results from the blend of "doggish" (= mean, bad) and ...

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