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iglooize

verb; derivation
To pull the covers around you in such a way that no body parts are showing, to create the appearance of being in an igloo. She wanted to describe what she was going to do simply, rather than using a whole sentence, so she modified a word we all knew to suit her needs.
 
I'm going to go iglooize.
Etymology : Formed from the root 'igloo' by adding the verb ending '-ize'.
Source : Conversation with a friend about what she was going to do once she got back to the dorm
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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