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maggotry - Low-crawling scum of society that stoop below the normal rednecks and bums of humanity. More or less a term of venery.

e.g., Sam refused to mingle with the maggotry at the bus stop. Ray was disappointed in the lack of attention.

submitted by Ray Spurlock

maggotted - Australian slang for very drunk.

e.g., Little Johnny had too many ales and felt entirely maggotted.

submitted by ellery23 - (www)

maggrivating - Another form of "aggravating" -- especially when aggravated (= annoyed) by somebody whose name starts with the letter "m."

e.g., M -- is so maggrivating. | I'm so maggrivated I could spit.

submitted by Kass

magic datsun - A ruse or hiding place that is easily discovered, a foolish lie that is caught out. Based on a Datsun which was pulled over with five different drunk drivers over a 12-hour period, in Glen Innes, Australia.

e.g., Telling your boyfriend that Bob is your brother was a bit of a magic Datsun, Charlotte.

submitted by Kora

magic grandma money - Monetary gift(s) in form of cheque or well-concealed cash arriving to your mailbox unexpectedly as sent by Grandma. Often acquired by college students.

e.g., Bill took Amy to dinner because he received some magic grandma money in the mail today.

submitted by Tara DellaFranzia - (www)

magic jordan - The ideal basketball player: incredible offense, incredible defense, wins championships at all levels (high school, college, Olympics and pros).

e.g., Vince Carter's great but he's no Magic Jordan.

submitted by Dan Geiser - (www)

magic smoke - The stuff inside expensive electric things that you can smell if you accidentally zorch them on a dry winter day. Once you let it out, that thing will never work again.

e.g., I touched my Palm Pilot after shuffling across the rug, and I think I let out the magic smoke because now it doesn't work.

submitted by moogla - (www)

magical time traveling leprechauns - Usually used jokingly as an alias.

e.g., "Jake, did you shoot the gas can?" "No, it wasn't me, the Magical Time Traveling Leprechauns did it."

submitted by Rebecca

magicalbum - A book of mysticism released in 2002 by a mystical order of "Cat People."

e.g., The Magicalbum is the most coveted unknown book in the bibliophile world.

submitted by eva surga - (www)

magickal - Magical, as spelled by those into the occult.

e.g., ". . . the meditative and/or magickal use of drugs."

submitted by HD Fowler - (www)

magik - 1. Possessing distinctive qualities that produce unaccountable or baffling effects to an extreme extent. 2. An extremely fortunate or lucky occurance. 3. A (one and only) Person/online persona, magik, who can be located virtually at :)

e.g., That was magik! With a k! ("With a k" to add emphasis.)

submitted by magik - (www)

magikrap - Derived from the Pokemon Magikarp. The absolute worst and most useless of something. Use as a substitute for "crap."

e.g., This computer you gave me is magikrap.

submitted by Rick O'Shay

magishical - The same as magical, but more so.

e.g., All of the lights glistened off the tree. Shawn found it all very magishical.

submitted by Jesse - (www)

magma come loudly - In Hawaii, highest honors, extremely fine success

e.g., I am knowing which doctor to consult, only he whose magma come loudly.

submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

magnamize - To blow situations out of proportion.

e.g., All I did was forget to turn off the lights. My dad magnamized it to I was draining all of Boston of its power and he is paying for it.

submitted by Brian Mathers

magnanimus - Animosity in a large dose. From a misspelling.

e.g., Howard Dean as much as said he feels nothing but magnanimus towards Republicans and all they stand for.

submitted by Miss Speller

magnitudinal - Immense, excessive size, exceeding all expectations.

e.g., Several contestants demonstrated magnitudinal effort during the competition.

submitted by James Sandefer - (www)

magnivi - very cool

e.g., great cd, magnivi

submitted by Darewolf

magnum po'd - Magnum Pissed Off--as pissed off as you can possibly be.

e.g., She is Magnum PO'd at me.

submitted by Mark Maranta

magnuscaput - Latin word meaning " large head."

e.g., You have a magnuscapus.

submitted by Ryan

magodie - Similar to 'thingy', but usually in a digital / interactive context.

e.g., Let's get Alan to whip up a quick Flash magodie for the site.

submitted by mishx - (www)

magoo - When the eyeballs almost pop out of the head after seeing something astonishing, unbelievable, or completely unfamiliar.

e.g., Our cat Twinkie went Magoo when he saw our new puppy for the first time.

submitted by Edie

magot - Cards and order forms stuck in magazines, most of which fall out when you turn the pages. Think maggot.

e.g., I hate reading Cosmo because it 's always filled with too many magots.

submitted by Marsha Williams

maguetekh - A language that addresses an object itself and not the name we assigned it.

e.g., The man spoke in Maguetekh, an ancient language to tell the tree to fall over and shrivel up.

submitted by Keith

magumbo - A bad feeling about a place, person, or event.

e.g., The hallway gives me magumbo.

submitted by Dan Shawver

mah-purrr - Much appreciation

e.g., alex said "mah-purrr" when his mom gave him a new car.

submitted by groovy - (www)

maha - Fun, special, wonderful, etc.

e.g., Q. How was the show? A. It was maha.

submitted by alex

maharishi - To whine incessantly about others being cheaters while playing a game.

e.g., The game was great 'til Chris began to maharishi because he's so bad at it.

submitted by Moon

maheenie - An overall term of endearment, used in personal relationships. From "mahatma," a noun meaning a revered person, typically one admired for her behavior. "Heenia" means funny, jester- like behavior, amusing -- funny little thing.

e.g., No, Mike is not my boyfriend. He's my maheenie. Maybe if I had better sense and taste he'd be my boyfriend; but right now I'm going for the guys on the football team.

submitted by Daisy - (www)

mahkayooka - Contraction for "my car, your car." Used as a question when two people are trying to determine which car to take on a trip. The first or second half of the word can be used as an answer.

e.g., John and Tim walked out to the parking lot to go to lunch. "Mahkayooka?" asked Tim. "Mahka," answered John.

submitted by David Price

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