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nubin - A word used to describe a girl who dresses above her facial looks. An ugly person who tries to look hot by wearing clothes that are too good for her.

e.g., "Look at what she's wearing." "Yeah, she's a real nubin."

submitted by Bob G

nublesse oblige - The condescending patronage of a young princess or queen who has only just recently put her dolls away.

e.g., Cedric, I am not one to complain, you know . . . and I suppose us poor blokes should be content with our lot -- you know that, too. But when young Queen Vicky patronizes our kind the way she just did with this nublesse oblige manner, even with the veneer of human kindness . . . well, I say it is bloody galling!

submitted by Dennis R. Ridley

nuch - not much

e.g., Q: What have you been up to latly? A: Nuch, how bout u?

submitted by The Cub

nucking futs - Someone who is crazy or half baked.

e.g., Are you nucking futs? What are you doing?

submitted by Wes Bernard

nuclaision - Noo-clay'-zhun (n) Any of those additives that are difficult to pronounce in manufactured food products. Most people don't know what they are or why they're in there in the first place. plural form: Nuclaisions

e.g., There are a lot of nuclaisions in my cereal.

submitted by UrLord

nuclear dinner - TV dinner cooked in the microwave oven.

e.g., That pup eats so many nuclear dinners, he's gonna start glowing.

submitted by taylorpup

nuclearator - Microwave, from the online comic MacHall.

e.g., What this place really needs is a nuclearator.

submitted by The_SCSIBug - (www)

nucleustalgic - Something which induces fond memories of one's first learning of atoms and atomic structures.

e.g., While thumbing an outdated book of facts, Steve stumbled across some nucleustalgic diagrams and drawings in the section on the physical universe.

submitted by steve zihlavsky - (www)

nuclify - The(a) art (b) past tense form of microwaving an object way past logical limits resulting in a very well done, smelly mass of goop.

e.g., (a) I am going to nuclify this popcorn like you wouldn't imagine. (b) Hey, did you nuclify that--what appears to be a steak--on purpose?

submitted by penguin22 - (www)

nucular - Mispronunciation of the word "nuclear," usually by newscasters and younger sisters. Used on The Simpsons.

e.g., I believe in peace, and am against submitted by Saucy - (www)

nude - Beyond excellent--quite simply, incredibly good. From an early episode of "Quantum Leap," the meaning has mutated from its original meaning of "naked."

e.g., Wow, that's completely nude!

submitted by peter

nude-up - Getting nude or changing clothes.

e.g., It's so hot we should all nude-up.

submitted by Jubba

nudenick, nudnick, nudnik - Geek, freek, dweeb, jerk.

e.g., Did you see that nudenick trying to ski that double black diamond? Yardsale.

submitted by don

nudge-wink network - Websites that supply illegal material (warez, MP3s, etc.) regarded as a single source.

e.g., I've been playing Grand Theft Auto non-stop since I found it on the nudge-wink network.

submitted by Eq Tetrachloride - (www)

nuevopoor - Affluent individuals who were previously overpaid and are now currently between opportunities and haven't changed their lifestyles.

e.g., The writers have started complaining since the nuevopoor started taking all of the tables in the cool coffee shops.

submitted by Douglas Meade - (www)

nuf - (Rhymes with "buff"; adj.) 1. Not fun; 2. Non only not fun, but actively painful, horrifying, abysmally disappointing, or miserable; 3. No longer worth the pains of obtaining. ["Fun" backwards; Ironically, "enough," which we use to mean "stop (whatever it is those addressed are doing)!" is "funny" backwards.]

e.g., Ringo Starr told John, Paul, and George that the Beatles were nuf, and that, I understand began their breakup. | I had high expectations of the movie_Krull_(1983) when my wife and I went to see it, but it was truly nuf, despite the millions spent in making it and the huge advertising build up. | "You know what?" "What?" "Pulling this big ol' stump out of the ground is just nuf." "Yep. We been workin' on it nigh on six days, and it just sets there a-laughin' at us." "Well, I'm gonna sand it flat and use it as a bench or a picnic table or somethin'." "Good Idee! Zat mean me'n ma'boys kin go home?"

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

nuff - To have enough of something.

e.g., That was nuff safe guy.

submitted by Shaunomac

nuff nuff - A playfully derogatory name to call someone who has done or said something silly or brainless. Australian slang.

e.g., No, we can't go there. That club has been closed for years, nuff nuff.

submitted by comaquasi - (www)

nuffin - A combination word of "nothing" and "muffin." Saying the word "nothing" but being sweet about it.

e.g., What happened at school today? Nuffin.

submitted by Tamar Pacht

nuffy - To be looking bad or messy.

e.g., Dont look at that photo. I look like a nuffy.

submitted by Adelle H - (www)

nug - Any part of a machine that is being repaired, especially when the actual name of the part is unknown.

e.g., I lost a nug behind the front panel.

submitted by Kento

nuge - As in Ted Nugent, pronounced "newje." People who are obsessed with hunting. Good for use in rural areas.

e.g., Did you see that Nuge with the spotlights on his pickup?

submitted by fleesers

nugget - "Used to describe someone who is a novice or new at performing a particular task. Origin: student naval aviators are referred to as nuggets until they get their wings. Related to the word "golden", since if you are not a nugget, you are golden."

e.g., That nugget couldn't is still trying to figure out how to work that computer.

submitted by J.P. - (www)

nugget - yours or someone else's head (from ICP)

submitted by dust

nuggety - Short with a stocky or muscular build.

e.g., Chad's real nuggety--don't you reckon he'd make a great rugby player?

submitted by becca

nuggle - A more active, and slightly cuter form of snuggling. Nuggling usually involves wiggling in a silly manner and saying "nugglenugglenuggle." Nuggling has been known to cause nausea in people who witness the act.

e.g., They were very silly people who preferred nuggling over the traditional make-out session.

submitted by Rachel

nuggsy - A short, and weighty individual, not unlike a dwarf or gnome. Often with an ignorant outlook on life, and can be found in great supply in cities.

e.g., What a rude fat little boy, a nuggsy if I ever saw one.

submitted by Nick

nuglet - Meaning a friend or lover that is cute but nerdy.

e.g., hello Nuglet, how was your day...?

submitted by Kerri Radoman

nuh - Kind of stuck between "no" and "nah" and "naw."

e.g., Have you done your homework? Nuh.

submitted by Kendal - (www)

nuisant - (pronounced NOO-sint; adj.) Of or pertaining to a nuisance or nuisance generally.

e.g., Having to delete a thousand emails every morning is just as nuisant as having to return pointless phone calls.

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

nuke - to cook something in a microwave

e.g., I just nuked some leftovers and went to bed.

submitted by leah

nukeorphan - Forgotten things in the microwave.

e.g., I forgot the chicken in the microwave. Oh, the poor nukeorphan.

submitted by Barb Flinchpaugh

nukeulator - Alternative for the word 'Microwave'. Rather than "heat it in the microwave" you can now "Nuke it in the nukeulator". Pronounced nook-you-later

e.g., A. "my tea has gone cold" B. "no worries just bung it in the nukeulator" (the author however does not condone the reheating of tea in this manner...yuck)

submitted by Wefneck

nukyuler - This is actually the right way to spell "nuclear."

e.g., I work in a nukyuler power plant.

submitted by Sam

null - Nerdy, socially outcast, uncool. Sometimes unkempt, dirty, or stupid.

e.g., That new kid, Chris, is sooo null. He wears horn-rimmed glasses with tape all over them...and he stinks

submitted by sylvan

nullidant - Something that when expressed or displayed makes itself self-explanatory yet redundant

e.g., Sally told me that she could speak. The fact that I could hear her made her words nullidant.

submitted by Michael

nulltitask - To simultaneously do several things unsuccessfully.

e.g., Schlackel can simultaneously harm a useful relationship while failing to install various software applications properly; he can nulltitask.

submitted by redbendad - (www)

numb bers - Numeric data of such horrific import that it freezes with shock an observer's ability to think, feel, or react normally.

e.g., NUMB BERS IN THE NEWS May 14,2014 -- Climate Central stated that a recent scientific study indicates that climate change has triggered an unstoppable decay of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet -- by 2100 it is likely to result in a 7 to 10 feet rise in global oceans -- submersing 28,800 square miles of American coastal property, displacing 12.3 million people. Property damage in Florida alone, is predicted to be in excess of $950 billion dollars. September 23,2014 -- The UN Health agency, WHO, reports that the Ebola health crisis is estimated to spread to affect 1.4 million individuals by mid-January, 2015. There is no known cure or vaccine for the disease, only "supportive intensive care." December 26th, 2014 -- Memorial services were held in Indonesia, Thailand and other countries to commemorate the 10th year anniversary of the Indian Ocean tsunami that killed 220,000 people.

submitted by Charlie Lesko

numbenating - To render something numb.

e.g., Quit hitting me. You're numbenating my arm.

submitted by Marika Renee

number 3 - Means, essentially, "Dames is grief."

e.g., Ray: Did you get anywhere with Ellen? Bob: Number 3, number 3.

submitted by qnarf

numbers - Arithmetic valuations that deaden the mind.

e.g., Studying numbers always stultified her.

submitted by S. Berliner, III - (www)

numbers posts - Posts to message boards by anonymous posters. In some forums, if the poster does not provide a screen identity for herself, the system provides a numeral string as a screen identity. Such posters are often looked down on.

e.g., I hardly ever bother to read numbers posts, so it's unlikely I would have seen your use of the phrase.

submitted by HD Fowler

numble - On a scale from 0 to 10, the degree to which pain or other sensation is reduced or eliminated. E.g., numble 0 is no effect on pain or sensation at all.

e.g., I know which doctor I prefer: it is he she or it that successfully supplies a substance numble 10 which eliminates all manner of disagreeable sensations totally unnecessary in this modern environment, don't you think?

submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

numblers - Number-mumblers.  

"As an English tutor, I've had to listen to epic phone messages from high schoolers who are in the 'diction is uncool' phase. After listening to a long chain of ums and uhs, I usually can't understand the crucial digits at the end. I call these people number-mumblers. Since there have been so many, I've recently shortened the term to numblers."

e.g., Don't be a numbler. | Dammit. Have you ever noticed how the good-looking chicks tend to be numblers? If you can get them to speak to you at all. Do they do that to black guys, too?

submitted by [Gregory Pierce] - (www)

numbulous - A state of numbness that is enjoyable rendering it delicious.

e.g., I woke up today with a numbulous feeling in my arm.

submitted by jonathan muniz - (www)

numerbetical - When things are in numerical AND alphabetical order

e.g., The orders are in numerbetical order.

submitted by Fran

numericize - To put in numerical order.

e.g., The invoices need to be numericized before filing.

submitted by Sherry

numerize - To place a group of numbered items in numerical order.

e.g., Please numerize these papers so it will be easier to file them.

submitted by Megan

numerrency numbers - Numbers that are not always equal to themselves and depend on the values of other numbers and the sets of equations to which they belong, just as units of currency shift in response to a host of factors such as trade, inflation, and the derivatives market.

e.g., When it comes to numerrency numbers, one does not always equal one.

submitted by Zeromay Zentroclo

numessiah - The focus of worship of a very recently formed cult.

e.g., Bob loves Coca Cola so much he formed an underground cult and made the drink his numessiah. Nobody turned up.

submitted by L. Gillies

nummage - Nummy food.

e.g., Nhat's that nummage you got there? Moritos? Gimme one or two or three or four or five or six or seven or eight or nine or ten of those.

submitted by steve zihlavsky

nummage - Fine, fine, fine world class boobies. {Duplicate.)

e.g., I have the fineat nummage in the plant on my chest.

submitted by JJ - (www)

nummers - An item that is above and beyond its normal level of goodness.

e.g., This hamburger is nummers.

submitted by thebof

nummy - Tasty.

e.g., That sushi was nummy.

submitted by danica

numnook - The "corner" in the igloo where foodstuffs are stored, with natural refrigeration: things like whale blubber, seal flesh, assorted freeze dry ocean critters, whale "sperm," import seaweed maybe, lots more.

e.g., Modernized Eskimo in wooden structure (but still called "igloo") now use a numnook as a refrigerator or freezer..

submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

numptey - In the nicest sense, someone being an idiot for the generation of endorphin release in fellow human beings. Allowing others to laugh at your actions without being self-concious ;-)

e.g., Ryan was being his usual numptey self.

submitted by ryan - (www)

numptify - To take on actions or characteristics of an idiot, of a numpty.

e.g., The doctor, not wanting to numptify himself in front of his peers, pondered about asking a question with a seemingly simple answer.

submitted by Stephen Hass

numpty - Used when someone is being really silly and you don't know how to describe her. | Idiot, fool.

e.g., Chris, quit being a numpty. | So sorry I and others are spoiling your worship of these numpties.

submitted by B!g_D@ddy | [Roy] - (www)

numpty-tasking - The art of delegation (rather than multi-tasking yourself).

e.g., Every good manager should be skilled in the art of numpty-tasking.

submitted by Helen

numpy - An affectionately derogatory term, used to describe someone of slothful or slow demeanour. May also be used in the form of an adjective.

e.g., Geoff (referring to Dean): "What's Numpy up to today? Greg (referring to Dean): "I dunno. Last time I checked his cubicle, he was asleep". Or, "Try not to be so numpy, will ya? You're driving crazy!"

submitted by Geoff S.

nun's - Cockney rhyming slang for rabbit: nun's habit, therefore rabbit.

e.g., Walked past the field and saw a nun's.

submitted by pogboy

nun'sayin - do you know what i am saying it is one of the longest slurred sentences in the ebonic language

e.g., I'm gonna go see a movie but i dont have any money... nun'sayin?

submitted by becky

nun'ya - "not yours, of no concern to you."

e.g., Nunya business.

submitted by jim m.

nunavit - A word used to refer to a situation which the user is no longer interested in participating in or hearing about due to accumulated frustration -- same as "none of it."

e.g., I told him I'm having nunavit when he asked me again for more time to repay the $500 I lent him last year.

submitted by jeanine wisniewski - (www)

nunca-toda - Shortened form of "nunca toda mas un dollar" -- "nothing more than a dollar." A dollar or 99 cent store in an area of town where English is not the first language.

e.g., "That's a nice ashtray." "Thanks. I picked it up at the nunca-toda, along with a socket set, some wrapping paper, and those cookies you're eating."

submitted by Mila Eighteen - (www)

nundies - No undies. Sometimes worn, or not worn as the case may be, at the end of a wash cycle.

e.g., When we go out to dinner tonight, please don't tell anyone I'm wearing nundies.

submitted by matt clarke

nune - To nune is to make spelling mistakes which inadvertently create new words and meanings.

e.g., "On stormy nights, Santa Claus puts extra reincoats on his raindeer," nuned the tired, old journalist in his whiskey-sodden Christmas column.

submitted by Miguel Esteves Cardoso - (www)

nunk - A british way of saying stupid person or weird person.

e.g., The man over there was such a nunk.

submitted by Elliott - (www)

nunmanageable - The behavorial impact of a Catholic school education.

e.g., Little Jeffery was destined for an early death or a life in prison. In spite of innocent blue eyes and a cherubic smile, he was a classroom terror, engaging in schoolyard fights and extorting students of their lunch money. However, after just one week at St. Agnes of the Waters parochial school, he was completely nunmanageable.

submitted by Charlie Lesko

nunsploitation - A genre of films that portrays nuns doing non-Christian things: Deadly Habit, The Excommunicates of San Valentino, La Religieuse, etc.

e.g., Until the scene with the crucifix, I had no idea that was a nunsploitation film.

submitted by crackerjack - (www)

nunsy - From the Cantonese word "nun" meaning warm. Pronounced n-OO-nsie (as in book).

e.g., My lambswool cardigan is nice and nunsy.

submitted by Brenda Midson

nunya - Say when someone is trying to butt in on your conversation as a way to let her know that whatever you're discussing is NONE OF HER BUSINESS.

e.g., Chuck: What are you talking about? Buck: Nunya. Chuck: What? Buck: Nunya business!

submitted by mere

nup - a noun meaing no or nope.

e.g., I would ask her to the prom, but i am afriad she will say nup.

submitted by Mike - (www)

nup - Prenuptial agreement.

e.g., He believed in love and had no nups; she believed in taking anything she could. He ended up a poor fool; she partied at the casinos and had several boy toys on his money.

submitted by Adrian R. Lawler

nurdler - A well meaning person who cannot cope with practicalities; unable to grasp the essentials of a job

e.g., Uncle Fred is a real nurdler; he takes a load of tools into the garden and brings them back without having accomplished anything.

submitted by Clifford Dackc.

nurgle - Entering a shop and walking around looking at stuff but with no intention of actually buying anything.

e.g., A. Can I help you with anything? C. No thanks, we're just nurgling.

submitted by Laurie

nurple - Feeling rather blue.

e.g., I'm feeling rather nurple today.

submitted by jane barnett

nurple - The process of causing yourself to sink into wet sand by small, energetic vibrations of bare feet.

e.g., My children went nurpling as the tide was coming in.

submitted by Ronan Connolly

nurple - A bruised nipple.

e.g., Andrew gave Billy a puple nurple by twisting his nipple very hard.

submitted by JP Platinum

nurr - Lacking the sense of smell.

e.g., He didn't smell the smoke because he was nurr.

submitted by W.F.Nash

nurries - Contraction of "no worries," an Australian expression analogous to the Bart Simpson utterance "no problem."

e.g., Hey, mate, couldya pass the salt? Nurries, mate, here ya go.

submitted by Jason de Nys

nurting - When editing computer code, this is the word for indenting large blocks at the same time.

e.g., I was nurting my Perl script when out of the corner of my eye I saw a flashdancer. At least I thought I did.

submitted by doug hornsey

nushion - Hillbilly; person from rural area.

e.g., All the nushions congregate at the flea markets and gun shows.

submitted by sue

nut it out - To nut something out is to figure it out. Could well come from references to the head as the nut. "Just use the old nut, laddie."  
Another use of nut, from Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary:  
nutting, nutted nut somebody (British English, informal) to deliberately hit somebody hard with your head 
He grabbed my tie and I thought he was going to nut me in the face.

e.g., "'Antepenultimate' takes me fondly back nearly fifty years, to when my grandfather taught me the rudiments of cryptic crossword puzzling. When he nutted this one out, stretching right across all 15 squares, I was hooked. I could hardly believe there was a word for such an obscure thing, let alone that Pop could come up with it."

submitted by [Rusty] - (www)

nut-graf - Journalist slang: the paragraph (see "graf") that contains the gist of the news story. Also "nut graf."

e.g., So the lead paragraph of a story became "lede," paragraphs in general became "grafs," and the graf explaining the basics of the story was called the "nut graf." From Ken Layne's warblog.

submitted by Slithy Tove - (www)

nutbunnies - Just an exclamatory with no real meaning. Used in a state of distress.

e.g., Oh, nutbunnies, I stubbed my toe.

submitted by Katie

nuther - Variation of another; often preceded by a quantitative.

e.g., What about Jane? Oh, don't even get me started. That's a whole nuther story.

submitted by Kristofor - (www)

nutmeg - To play a football between a opponent's legs as a through-ball to yourself.

e.g., Kewell's freakish ability to deceive and nutmeg defenders at will is illustrative of his class as a player.

submitted by tom - (www)

nutrajoke - A series of words structured like a joke, containing a setup and punchline. It sounds like a joke, but it is not at all funny. Often accompanied by a laugh track, it contains no comedic value.

e.g., The characters in this lame excuse for a comedy uttered one nutrajoke after another.

submitted by Rob

nutrician - 1. One who makes sure children are getting proper nutrition, and enforces it. A fictional authority used by parents to scare their kids into eating their dinner. 2. School administrators in charge of inspecting lunch boxes for junk food.

e.g., 1. You better eat your dinner, or I'm calling in the nutricians. 2. The bag of chips in my lunch box was confiscated by the nutricians.

submitted by CT

nutrify - To provide nutrients, nourishment for.

e.g., Paola neglected to nutrify the rubber plant, and it slowly withered away.

submitted by gabrielle

nutrimentals, nutrimints - Basic good food for better health and improved memory. Nutrimints are the candy form of nutrimentals.

e.g., 1. Junior better eat his nutrimentals if he wants to grow up to be strong and go to M.I.T. 2. Nutrimints are the perfect food. They're healthy, they taste good, they fill me up, raise my IQ, and freshen my breath before my date.

submitted by Charlie Lesko

nutrituration - Oversaturated nutritiously -- i.e. nutrition poisoning.

e.g., Davy Dave! If you don't put down that cucumber and wheat germ on pumpernickel and go back to some cheezy poofs and snacky cakes, you're sure to get yourself a heckuva bad case of nutrituration.

submitted by steve zihlavsky - (www)

nutscrape - Derogatory nickname for Netscape.

e.g., Nutscrape's screwed up my DIV tags again.

submitted by Purple Martin

nutters - tight-ass pants or shorts on a male individual

e.g., damn! larry bird got some nutters on!

submitted by stained_oj - (www)

nuttion - A guy whose stories always top yours, especially stories dealing with girls and mentadent. Repeatedly participates in moronic acts like punching inanimate objects and smaller people. Screams senselessly and groans infantilely.

e.g., Good Lord, Chris is acting like a nuttion again. Not unexpected though.

submitted by Zeus

nutzoid - Paranoia to the extreme.

e.g., You've gone nutzoid, thinking that the government has a hidden camera in your bathroom mirror.

submitted by Steve McDonald

nuu - Used by Paii after each sentence she says. She's been doing that since she was five years old, for no apparent reason.

e.g., 1. Stephanie, want to go to the movies with me tomorrow. Nuu? 2. My science teacher gets me so mad. Nuu.

submitted by Paii - (www)

nuzzah - This is the opposite of "huzzah" and generally means bad, darn it, etc.

e.g., Nuzzah the Challenger exploded.

submitted by Game Biter

nvidiot - An updated version of the word vidiot. It comes from "new vidiot" as well as from the name of the company "nVidia." Used in reference to someone who spends too much time playing computer video games.

e.g., Dan never stops playing GLQuake. He's a nVidiot.

submitted by Barry Langley

nyar - Word expressing discomfort or displeasure.

e.g., Aquila:"Some guy just threw up all over our carpet!" Elena:"Nyar! Icky!"

submitted by Aquila

nycphobia - Fear of travelling to New York City.

e.g., Lena refuses to go to New York City, she claims she has nycphobia.

submitted by Marcelo Villacres

nyeah - Non-committal reply that you can easily go back on.

e.g., "Should I bet my last dollar?" "Nyeah." "Okay... hey, I lost it all! This is all your fault." "I SAID 'no'..."

submitted by Meryl

nyeh - 1. An apathetic response. 2. A victory cry, similar to sticking one's tongue out or blowing a raspberry.

e.g., 1. "What do you think about this?" "Nyeh." 2. "Nyeh. I win, I win!"

submitted by blahblogger - (www)

nymophilic - Describes a person, for example, whose name is Bob but who looks more like a Harvey. The construction takes an indirect object.

e.g., His given name is Bob, but he's nymophilic to Harvey.

submitted by Jonathan Caws-Elwitt - (www)

nymphobrainiac - A genius who does her most creative thinking in bed.

e.g., I joined Mensa to meet a nymphobrainiac, but all I've found are women who can count my faults in base 37.

submitted by Roger Wright

nymphomercial - Typically an ad aired on local access television by a promiscuous woman seeking additional partners for sexual counters. An original thought, but a porn movie titled Nymphomercials was released in 1999.

e.g., I've had my best luck with nymphomercials aired between two and three in the morning.

submitted by beelzebub

nymshift - To change to a different user name in a USENET group, a forum, etc.

e.g., Nah, if they start catching on to me, I'll just nymshift. There's not that much chance that they'll check and find me out.

submitted by H

nyoink - To steal, grab, take, copy

e.g., Stacey nyoinked my pencilcase.

submitted by stacey

nyphoon - Cheap school silver wear like a nife-spoon-fork all combined to save money.

e.g., Hey look Ben i got another demented "Nyphoon".

submitted by Cody

nyquilized - From Nyquil. Referring to the intoxicating or hallucinogenic results of common over-the-counter medication, generally nighttime medication.

e.g., I had a really bad cold the other day, and with all my pills, I was feeling pretty nyquilized. Saw some really pretty colors though.

submitted by Pat

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