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dally

dally  n.— «The team ropers are next. Most of them hail from the hilly oak-strewn valleys of California where dally roping originated…The word dally is a corruption of the Spanish da la vuelta, meaning to take a turn, as with a rope...

chope

chope  v.— «The dictionary, called Ah Kow’s Ingglish Dicksonairy, carries explanations for words such as “chim,” meaning difficult to understand, and “chope,” to reserve something.» —“Digital...

doosra

doosra  n.— «Moin Khan shouted doosra because he wanted Saqlain to deliver his disguised leg spin. When he said doosra he used the Urdu word for the other one. The purpose was to hide the instruction from the non-Urdu-speaking batsman...

chope

chope  v.— «Here’s an evidence of tissue choping i witnessed at Ikea yesterday while I was there for kopi…chope—(verb) local slang meaning “to reserve.” Example: It’s free seating at the concert, we need to get there...

two-spirited

two-spirited  adj.— «The aboriginal people considered us ‘Mystics’. They call us ‘two spirited’—meaning that we’re blessed with both female and male spirits!!» —“Re: FBOFW” by hathaway@stsci.edu Usenet: rec.arts.comics...

Ja well no fine

Ja well no fine  other.— «A casual conversation includes the benediction: “Ja well, no fine,” meaning: “How interesting, do go on” or “I”ve had enough, go away.”» —“Paradoxes abound in S...