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nootrope

nootrope  n.— «If you haven’t already heard the term nootrope, better jot it down. Chances are you’ll hear it a lot in the future. A marriage of the Greek words noos, for “mind,” and tropein, for “toward,” it refers...

nootropy

nootropy  n.— «A marriage of the Greek words noos, for “mind,” and tropein, for “toward,” it refers to drugs that enhance mental performance—popularly known as smart drugs.…Many neurologists believe—and...

Hitler Channel

Hitler Channel  n.— «How come Arts & Entertainment (aka the Hitler Channel) doesn’t show it every other day?» —“Misc Ramblings (Potpouri)” by Spiros Triantafyllopoulos Usenet: soc.culture.greek June 22, 1992...

Nooma

Nooma  n.— «Mars Hill hosts “doubt nights” where audience members can ask the pastor about anything, and produces short films, called “Noomas,” (from the Greek word pneuma, meaning “spirit”) featuring...

doul

doul  n.— «Douling, my clever friends told me, derived from the Greek word for a slave, and in your first two years at school you could be compelled to do almost any task by either a House prefect—they were called monitors—or your study...

douling

douling  n.— «Douling, my clever friends told me, derived from the Greek word for a slave, and in your first two years at school you could be compelled to do almost any task by either a House prefect—they were called monitors—or your study...