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Foblish

Foblish  n.— «Your foblish command of the english language might have a problem.» —“Spec-V drove an RSX-S again today—Comparison of sorts” by jkan2001 Club RSX Message Board Mar. 19, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued...

tumshie

tumshie
 n.— «A jocular or colloq. name for a turnip.» —Dictionary of the Scots Language , 1947. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

gronk

gronk  n.— «Today, anything that is cool is sik while a gronk is someone who might previously have been called an idiot.» —“Language grows as teens go sik” MX (Melbourne, Australia) July 2, 2002. (source: Double...

mossy

mossy  n.— «Mumbai has developed its own language (not to be confused with “Hinglish”). For example, Punjabis are “punjus,” Gujaratis are “gujjus,” Marwaris are “maadus,” Parsis are...

chamcha

chamcha  n.— «Akbar has been called a chamcha (which means spoon in the Hindi language and has become a slang word for sycophant) to the Gandhi family, and some of that slavish devotion shows up in his uncritical acceptance of Nehru’s...

turkey bacon

turkey bacon  n.— «My fellow weirdos, you must join me in my quest to expand our language just slightly. From now on, I ask that you now refer to all rent-a-cops as turkey bacon. For those who don’t know, turkey bacon is processed, smoked...