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nearo

nearo
 n.— «Nearo—n. near-zero; a short day of hiking.» —“Glossary Of Hiker Terms” by Norma Jean DeVico Times (Trenton, New Jersey) Sept. 18, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

slack pack

slack pack  v.— «Slack pack—v. walking without the heavy pack; having someone drive the hiker to and from the trail heads.» —“Glossary Of Hiker Terms” by Norma Jean DeVico Times (Trenton, New Jersey) Sept...

yogi

yogi  v.— «Yogi-ing—v. in the words of the lama in Rudyard Kipling’s “Kim’”encouraging the charitable to attain merit.” Usually in the form of a meal, ride or gear.» —“Glossary Of Hiker Terms” by Norma...

descope

descope  v.— «I’ve been collecting examples of the jargon in common use by people at NASA Headquarters.…Descope: verb, to redesign a project as a result of budget cuts (not the opposite of scope, q.v.).» —“Glossary of NASA...

dragback

dragback  n.— «Dragback. A man or woman who has been brought back to a house in Dewey for some lovin.” For people who live in houses with 20 other part-time renters, privacy is not always there. So waking up to your roommates ragging...

stride of pride

stride of pride  n.— «Stride of Pride. A positive spin for the walk home after a night as a dragback. This is often used to describe men on their way home after getting lucky the night before.» —“Beach speak: A glossary for dating...