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googledygook

hits returned by a Google search which have little or no relation to the intended object of the search This is a kind of silly term and unneccesary, except for those who enjoy inventing new More…

googleganger

(Blending of google and doppelganger. Clipping of German doppelganger) A googleganger is somebody who uses the google search engine to discover if somebody else with the same name exists. More…

Googleheimer's

A blending of the words 'Google' and 'Alzheimer's,' 'Googleheimer's' is a fictitious disease characterized by the frequent forgetting of the things More…

Googlejack

A failed googlewhack, where the words didn’t satisfy the basic requirements necessary to be a real googlewhack. Apparent meaning: a set of two words thought to be a googlewhack, but More…

Googlejuice

The presumed quality inherent in a Web site that enables it to appear at or near the top of search engine results, =Why such a bad site appears on top of everything else? Googlejuice. More…

GOOGLENEWSWORTHY

Capable of being selected by a computer as important news. Speaker was trying to differentiate this particular article from other articles that might be of more importance. By using More…

googler

One who uses the search engine, Google Possible reason used: These days, it seems pretty common to hear someone use google as a verb (one googles something if one wants to learn more about More…

Googlewack

To find two words which, when entered into Google without quotes, results in one non-word list result; two such words. Analysis of word: Google ‘to search on Google’ plus whack More…

Googlewhacked

A search result on Google that returns one entry, conducting a search which produces one result It was used because Googlewhacking is a main subject of the mentioned book. =The title of a More…

Googling

To search for random things through the website www.google.com, a free and powerful search engine. Google has become such a popular search engine that a majority of the American population More…

Googlism

a belief, as shown by Google, where a company claims to be extremely innovative in their abilities and to have a business model that some how is not a business model It was used to More…

googlite

A person who works for, wants to work for, or greatly admires the company or search engine Google. Google met at Rice to recruit new employees and to advertise its company. The lobby of More…

Googlyoglydoogly

Dog poop Apparent meaning: dog poop Analysis of word: nonsensical word, comprised of interesting sounds without any meaning Type of novel formation: nonsensical word Possible reason used: More…

goon

a term to describe a real man, or a true thug/gangster =Often used by rap and hip-hop artist to refer to all their tough guy friends; they may seem scary and will hurt you or do whatever More…

Goose

(Noun) a silly person =Originates from the frequent use of "silly goose". Eventually got shortened down to calling a person a 'goose'. Etymology : "Silly More…

gophering

1. (Fake, legal) Berating or abusing, esp. the person on the witness stand in a courtroom. A British lawyer come to America claimed in the sitcom/drama “Ally McBeal” that in More…

Gora

Describing something that is considered “white” or non-Indian, used in South Asian communities by non-Hindi/Urdu speakers. Could be a pejorative. =Russell Peters is so gora. Etymology : More…

goraphobic

One who is afraid of gory and bloody horror films. =The term is used by Jim Halpert’s girlfriend, Karen Filippelli, in describing his unwillingness to go see a horror movie. Goraphobia is More…

gorg9

beautiful and pleasing to a great degree =This term is used when describing something that is found aesthetically pleasing, especially to the sense of sight. It is used in the same way as More…

Gorge

More than gorgeous or beautiful. The speaker was of British origin, and used this slang term derived from the word gorgeous. Perhaps the use implies even more gorgeous than the original More…


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