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DEFINITION: v. To sit in your car and repeatedly honk your horn, so that your passengers, who are waiting inside the house, know you are ready to go. n. A person who uses a car horn as an multi-purpose communication tool.

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Rudeetootee

Created by: readerwriter

Pronunciation: roo-dee-too-tee

Sentence: My father never let me go out a second time with a rudeetootee.

Etymology: RUDE + TOOT

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mrskellyscl terrific! - mrskellyscl, 2009-05-01: 09:39:00

love it - Jabberwocky, 2009-05-01: 13:42:00

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Cacophannoy

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: ca-cau-phan-noy

Sentence: Every morning at 7 Michelle's father would create cacophannoy for the neighbors as he waited in his driveway for her to finish her grooming rituals before school.

Etymology: cacophony: blare, noise, din + annoy: to irritate or disturb

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also carcophony or carcophannoy as well!! - mweinmann, 2009-05-01: 11:39:00

super combo - Jabberwocky, 2009-05-01: 13:38:00

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Beepcreep

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: beep kreep

Sentence: The neighbors called Jeff, Captain Hornblower, because he never got out of his car when he called on Nancy. Her father thought him just a beepcreep, who showed no respect, because he'd never even bothered to meet the family when he first came calling on his daughter. One morning he woke up and thought somewone had been in his garage, but nothing seemed amiss. That is until he drove up to Nancy's house and pressed the car horn. Instead of the usual beep, the noise of a grunting pig bellowed throughout the neighborhood. The racket was so embarassing, he stopped pressing the horn. If only he'd bothered to meet Nancy's family, he would have learned that her brother was famous for his custom car horn jobs...

Etymology: Beep (a short high tone produced as a signal or warning;call, summon, or alert with a beeper;make a loud noise) & Creep (someone unpleasantly strange or eccentric

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haha funny! - remistram, 2010-11-15: 08:51:00

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Rudetoot

libertybelle

Created by: libertybelle

Pronunciation: rewd-tewt

Sentence: It doesn't bother me so much that my neighbor gets picked up for work by the ambulance every day at 5 am, what really gets me is that her partner insists on summoning her with a rudetoot consisting of every siren for at least 10 minutes.

Etymology: rude + toot - also a play on rooty-toot.

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libertybelle oops, i didn't see that i came so close to someone else's word. I try to create before i read. Sorry! - libertybelle, 2009-05-04: 09:14:00

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Omnihonkist

Created by: phoenix89

Pronunciation: Omni - honk -ist

Sentence: Some people like to use their car honks to signal everyone for everything. n. To assume people know what you want just by you honking your car horn or any sound producing tool of the like.

Etymology: Omni : all / Honk : to cause a sond. / ist : someone who practices a certain thing.

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Carmunicator

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: kar mew nik ay tor

Sentence: The instalation of a novelty hooter in his car turned him from a carmunicator to a carmoonicator

Etymology: communicator, car

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Honkarass

Created by: splendiction

Pronunciation: honk r a--

Sentence: Bell and Bert held the night shift at the local all-night gym. Carpooling in Bert’s old honkda, they had a tight routine. Every evening at 9:50, Bert felt justified in honkarassing Bell’s neighboors for a few minutes. After all, it was the neighboors’ autumnal leaf blowing that shook his chick out of bed early afternoon, nearly two months every year! Tonight Bert’s honkarangue lasted longer than usual. Bell finally emerged from her apartment, removing her earplugs: “Hey, let me give you a little peeptalk before our shift”.

Etymology: From: honk, harass and "a--"!

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Honky dory word! - Nosila, 2009-05-01: 18:37:00

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Overhonkahorn

Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: Oh-ver-honk-a-horn

Sentence: Josh irked the neighbors as kept up his constant "overhonkahorn" in his car thinking it would speed up Prissy to hurry up!

Etymology: Over: Taken from to overdo, use, or stress to excess; carry (something) too far. Honk:The blaring sound of the horn on a motor vehicle. A Horn: Usually electrical signaling device that produces a loud resonant sound: an automobile horn.

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Over: Taken from to overdo, use, or stress to excess; carry (something) too far. Honk:The blaring sound of the horn on a motor vehicle. A Horn: Usually electrical signaling device that produces a loud resonant sound: an automobile horn. - abrakadeborah, 2009-05-02: 07:21:00

Sory it's late...I hit the wrong section for my etymology...LOL! Honk Honk! :) - abrakadeborah, 2009-05-02: 07:24:00

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Hornbell

Created by: dekra

Pronunciation: horn-bell

Sentence: John couldn't bring himself to walk 30 feet up the sidewalk, so he simply rang the hornbell repeatedly until Jess was annoyed enough to come outside.

Etymology: Car Horn + Door Bell

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Beepsiege

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: beep/seege

Sentence: Sam was very impatient and would beepsiege Sally when he arrived at her house to take her for her driving lesson.

Etymology: beep + besiege (harass with requests)

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Comments:

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2009-05-01: 00:01:01
Today's definition was suggested by metrohumanx. Thank you for giving us the honk! ~ James

splendiction - 2009-05-01: 16:47:00
I wasn't going to play today, but I couldn't resist your definition, metro!

mrskellyscl mrskellyscl - 2009-05-01: 17:52:00
These are all so good -- very talented wordsmiths.

abrakadeborah - 2009-05-02: 05:35:00
I haven't wanted to play all week here...but Metrohumnax you've always got the right words to say :) Great definition as always! I do come vote on my favs. I may come back one day and create again...I don't know yet...Ciao!

abrakadeborah - 2009-05-05: 01:15:00
OMGosh another freakin' typo..."Verbotoslap" me Metro! lol METROHUMANX* ya know you're one of my best friends on here...sorry about that typo... :)~ Great definitions as always Metro!

dochanne - 2009-05-06: 00:25:00
Nice.

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-11-15: 00:15:00
Today's definition was suggested by metrohumanx. Thank you metrohumanx. ~ James