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DEFINITION: n., An animal, usually a much loved pet, whose dead and departed owner has bequeathed a huge sum of money solely for its comfort and care. v. To leave part or all of an estate to a pet animal.

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: jur-bil-yuh-nair

Sentence: Nobody thought twice about the stupid little rodent until the old man died and left it his fortune. Now everybody just loves the sweet, adorable gerbillionaire.

Etymology: Gerbil (any burrowing rodent of the subfamily Gerbillinae, inhabiting hot dry regions of Asia and Africa and having soft pale fur) + Billionaire (a person who has assets worth a billion or more dollars, francs, pounds, or the like)

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Created by: gillilandj

Pronunciation: ka-billion-air

Sentence: When Bill Gates dies his dog MacIntosh will become a kibbillionaire many times over.

Etymology: From kibble plus billionaire


Kibbles and bytes, kibbles and bytes, I'm gonna get me some kibbles and bytes. Got a kick out of this word. - ScrabbledEgg, 2007-09-23: 00:29:00


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Created by: noztril

Pronunciation: fil-lee-o-na-thra-pist

Sentence: Princess Dearest rolled around in her abode generously provided for by her dogmatic Phileonathropist.

Etymology: philanthropist + Leona (Helmsley)

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: in fer ret ans

Sentence: When Old MacDonald bought the farm, he left a sizeable inferretance to keep all the animals on his farm in style. Talk about putting the FUN in funeral! His daughter,Petula, was fur-ious. The Pet Heirs flew when she found out at the reading of the will. Instead of her getting all his loot, Eddy the Fox Terrier would become an Heirrier. It was fowl play that the hens and turkeys and geese got more than a poultry sum. Garret the Ferret would ferret away his inferretance and Hammy the Hamster could now afford to move to the Hamptons. Billy the Goat was now Will Off and could afford a Nanny. Ferdinand had now become more valuabull and married Bessie,the cash cow. Arnold the Pig could now invest in hog futures and Mr. Ed, the Clydesdale could now afford to play the horses, as long as he was carefoal. Cyril the cat was feline rich and people flocked to meet Dolly, the Dollar Llama. Petula further fumed when she heard the minister say, ewe guessed it, that The Sheep will inherit the worth. Talk about being fleeced...

Etymology: Inheritance (that which is inherited; a title or property or estate that passes by law to the heir on the death of the owner) & Ferret (a rodent pet;domesticated European polecat bred for hunting rats and rabbits)


Great word. LOVED the "sentence." ha - lumina, 2008-08-22: 03:50:00

well done!I was toying with a ferret for a while this morning. (metaphorically speaking, of course) - galwaywegian, 2008-08-22: 04:33:00

metrohumanx My cheeks hurt from smiling. - metrohumanx, 2008-08-22: 04:45:00

the script for a too punny opera? - Jabberwocky, 2008-08-22: 14:06:00

I forgot about Playboy the Bunny who now can afford 24 carats at a time! Cheers...EIEIO - Nosila, 2008-08-22: 21:05:00

At a first glance, thought it was 'Infurretance.' Would have been good, too. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-08-24: 23:44:00


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Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: glit-ter-CRIT-ter

Sentence: Bob ran "Menagerie Mansion," a home for glittercritters, animagnated pets, whose rich owners had bequeathed millions for their care and comfort. Plutocat, heirabbit and gucchi-poochie were but a few of the residents. Bob remained at all times animated, ready to anticipet the every need of his diamond-decked critterati.

Etymology: Glitter: gold, diamonds, wealth (fig)& critter(slang) creature, animal,pet. Animagnate/animagnatize (vt/v,int)--blend of animal & magnate (wealthy person) & ate/ize.


great words !! - Jabberwocky, 2007-09-21: 10:17:00

Excellent! - Scrumpy, 2007-09-21: 15:56:00

Is Gucci-poochie an heirdale? I'm sure he must be well petigreed. And whatever became of Blingwings? Did Plutocat get him? - ScrabbledEgg, 2007-09-23: 01:05:00


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Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: bill eeeeeee un (h) ayr (h is discretionary)

Sentence: The first thing the billionhare did after the ingeritance came through, was have that ear reduction surgery she had promised herself. She had always felt like a kangaroo trapped in a hare's body. she hoped that eventually she would have the courage to have the pouch enhancement surgery and any other readjustments down under which proved necessary.

Etymology: billionaire, hare


metrohumanx Wowie Zowie ! - metrohumanx, 2008-08-22: 04:48:00

very funny - Jabberwocky, 2008-08-22: 14:10:00

Love it! her name WARREN Buffet? - Nosila, 2008-08-22: 21:14:00

I like it; great tale also. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-08-24: 23:35:00


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Created by: christera


Sentence: i will let my dog petitage me.

Etymology: heritage , pet

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Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: pet/thet/ic

Sentence: When Charles Ronson Daily the III wrote his will, he had written into it, what is known among normal people as the pethetic clause, which stated that his beloved animal, in this case his dog Alphonse, would inherit his entire billion dollar corporation.

Etymology: PETHETIC - from PET + PATHETIC


metrohumanx CRD3 is despicable. Very astute. - metrohumanx, 2008-08-22: 04:51:00

Very true - OZZIEBOB, 2008-08-24: 23:57:00


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Created by: Rhyme79

Pronunciation: ann-ee-mone-ee

Sentence: Clive's late owner had planned for his own death. This included generous payments of animoney to ensure Clive's kennel would see a maid twice weekly and his chef would have the best ingredients and dental cover.

Etymology: 'Ani' from animal + money = Animoney. A play on 'alimoney', (maintenance payments to a former spouse.)

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Created by: thebaron

Pronunciation: herehare

Sentence: Mr. Buttomhole's gerbil seemed to strut around more proudly once she became the heirhair apparent.

Etymology: heir 'inheritor' hair 'with hair'


funny - Jabberwocky, 2008-08-22: 14:03:00

Hear! Hear! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-08-24: 23:40:00


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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-09-21: 00:01:00
Today's definition was suggested by OZZIEBOB. Thank you OZZIEBOB! ~ James

ErWenn - 2007-09-22: 16:44:00
Lots of obvious ways to go today...I think today's winner will likely be the one who got here first.

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-01-19: 00:09:00
Today's definition was suggested by OZZIEBOB . Thank you OZZIEBOB . ~ James

DrWebsterIII DrWebsterIII - 2012-10-24: 01:31:00
GENIUS!!! (how'd I miss it)

hyperborean hyperborean - 2012-10-24: 14:26:00
Yesterday and today's definitions are giving me deja vu. Haven't we done these once before?

DrWebsterIII DrWebsterIII - 2012-10-25: 00:34:00
maybe we have to branch out and come up with definitions

DrWebsterIII DrWebsterIII - 2012-10-25: 15:57:00
EVERYONE HAD A GREAT WORD!!! but i'm giving Sethyll the crown today