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Pwn3d

To be beaten, in computer user lingo Using “leet speak” is something hackers and computer geeks do to form a group around their language. It’s simply a way to confirm or More…

pwnage

domination The origin of the word ‘pwn’ is very uncertain. According to Wikipedia, there are several theories of the origin of this word. It may have simply been a misspelling More…

pwned

to beat someone at a computer game. This word was created by accident by misstyping owned. This probably happened because the 'o' and 'p' keys are so close together. After awhile everyone More…

Pylon

A grouping of defensive players. While this word has is already in the dictionary as a type of electrical tower, I found John Madden using it in another way on Monday Night Football. He More…

Pythagorize

(Clipping then backformation then affixation) to use the Pythagorean Theorem on set of numbers that consist of sides or angles of a right triangle in order to find an unknown value of the More…

Pythagorize

Breaking away from the given path to form a straight path to a destination. =Excuse me sir, I hope you find it fanciful for the two of us to pythagorize this fine path. Etymology : The More…

pythagorize (2)

to take the shortest path from one spot to another =Pythagorizing usually involves cutting across grass and taking the straight line “hypotenuse” between the two lines you would have to More…

pythonic

Adhering to the philosophical principles behind the design of the programming language Python. These principles are generally thought to be laid out in the document called The Zen of Python More…

to pull a [NAME]

(verb) to act in a manner similar to the person being mentioned. This often refers to some characteristic of the person being mentioned that is a trademark characteristic of theirs such as More…


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