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An inexperienced person. Noob is a term meaning an inexperienced person. It is a clipping of the word newbie, which arises from clipping and back formation of the word newcomer. Noob More…

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someone who is a rookie or newcomer at something This word is mainly used during online computer games when someone didn't know something. It probably went from newb to noob because noob More…

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someone new to an online community or game The term ‘noob’ is commonly used on the internet as a derogatory term referring to someone new to or unfamiliar with a community. This More…

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any person who is an inexperienced player of a game, often used as a derogatory term. formed of a reanalyzation of a clipping of internet slang newbie ‘new player’ =I hate More…

noob

describes someone who is unfamiliar with an environment; an amateur word describes someone who is an amateur, and it came about through the clipping of newbie and a spelling change. Both More…

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A very inexperienced user of some system. ; Newbie, in a very derogatory tone Internet gaming communities for a long time have had a very steep learning curve, and have never been friendly More…

noob

A person who is new at something; a novice Type of word formation: Clipping of ‘newbie’ into ‘newb’ or ‘noob’. Reason used: It’s a shorter and More…

noob

('Noob' from 'Newb' from 'Newbie') noob, n. An obnoxious gamer that cheats, hacks, or has an otherwise unfair advantage over other players within the game. More…

Noob

Noob- In a video game, a new and inexperienced player is considered a noob. They are made fun of constantly until they lose their "noob" status. Noob basically means you are new More…

noob (1)

To be unskilled at a video game, or by recent extension, unskilled at anything. =He’s such a noob, he doesn’t even know how to dive onto the ground. Etymology : “Noob”, often spelled More…

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Newbie, someone who is new and consequently sup-par at an activity. =“The guy I just shot in COD is a noob.” Etymology : It is a clipping of the word “newbie”. Predominately used by More…

Noob (8)

(conversion and assimilation) Characterizes an individual who is of novice recognition in a specific environment, someone lacking experience. =Primarily used in the gaming realm as part of More…

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(creative respelling) Refers to the idea that someone is new to a game, concept, or idea; implying a lack of experience ="Watch this noob trying to eat Chinese food with a fork and More…

noob tube

The act of using a grenade launcher in Call of Duty to get kills. =The word noob is what is used to call a new player. Tube is in reference to a tv screen. Noob tube was originally used to More…

Noob-a-cakes

Someone who is inexperienced or acts as if they lack experience in a situation. Used to describe new players or those who frequently make novice mistakes =A creative extension of “noob”, More…

noobtube

A derogatory term for a rifle-mounted grenade launcher, often considered (in online videogames) to be an overpowered weapon requiring little skill to kill enemies with. =Ex: "The only More…

Noodge

someone who nags or pushes another, sometimes in order to convince the other person to get something done. =Can also be used in reference to someone who is nosey or annoying. In the most More…

Noodle

Goof around/mess around without much purpose/structure =Used to describe the actions of someone who is sort of ambling around without any real purpose/direction. It has a bit of a humorous More…

noodliness

The state of a body appearing loose, flexible, or malleable, like a cooked noodle. “But wherever you see, in modern dance, an almost childlike noodliness combined with the straight backs More…

noogie

act of rubbing someone’s head quickly, as to mess up someone’s hair. =Uncle Pete gave James a noogie =my uncle


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