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LEET

adjective; clipping
Elite, especially in computer usage. The practice of replacing letters with numbers and using some unique terminology with this quality apparent meaning:133+ has several meanings. As in the example above, it means elite or above others in ability or stature. Otherwise, 133+ refers to the practice of replacing letters with numbers in a kind of internet jargon, which also has some specialized words, like 'hax0r' for hacker. This kind of writing is used primarily by people who are very computer literate, or who play computer games a lot. 133+ was invented by a webcomic author and its use picked up from there. The term was coined to describe an elite group of internet and computer users.
 
I'm a 133+ hax0r ninj4!
Etymology : clipping of elite to 'lite,'which came to be phonetically spelled 'leet' and written in leet, became '133+.'
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Last modified: 10 June 2008


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