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'It's called team work!'

DEFINITION: n. A specially coded language, which newly dating couples use to describe their relationship when they don't want other people to realize that they have "the hots" for each other.v. To talk about sex in a code words.

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Sinnuendo

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: sinyoōendō

Sentence: They had only been dating for a couple of days but they already have developed an entire vocabulary of sinnuendo. They can get each other charged up with the most common of phrases. It’s gotten to the point that that many in the office are uncomfortable if they speak to each other at all.

Etymology: sin (an immoral act considered to be a transgression against divine law) + innuendo (an allusive or oblique remark or hint, typically a suggestive or disparaging one)

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COMMENTS:

in you end? Oh! great word - galwaywegian, 2011-02-09: 07:31:00

artr Beats youth in Asia... - artr, 2011-02-10: 12:09:00

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Bangslang

Created by: Alchemist

Pronunciation: BANG-slang

Sentence: "I gotta go help Marie with her costume," said Trent, nervously edging toward the stage door. "Man, don't give me that bangslang stuff. Everyone in the cast knows you been boinking her since opening night."

Etymology: Bang (euphimism for sex) + slang (Language peculiar to a group; figures of speech that are deliberately used in place of standard terms)

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HA! Funny sentence too! - purpleartichokes, 2007-02-13: 06:58:00

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Nudgenudge

Created by: Buzzardbilly

Pronunciation: ˈnəjˈnəj

Sentence: You have to know they weren't really talking about stapling documents in such detail; they were nudgenudging with double entendres. Really, if they nudgenudge anymore, I might just have to tell them we all know they're dating because every conversation they have is filled with nudgenudges.

Etymology: From the infamous Monty Python "Nudge Nudge" sketch about making everything be sexual innuendo and is often referred to as "wink wink, nudge nudge."

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Say no more, know what you mean, a wink's as good as a nod to a blind horse, nuff said, wink, wink, nod, nod! - Nosila, 2009-09-08: 01:21:00

metrohumanx "Ello SQUIRE! Your wife's a goer....know what i mean? - metrohumanx, 2009-09-11: 00:19:00

Yes, I do... - Nosila, 2009-09-11: 01:09:00

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Amoflage

Created by: Ahmad

Pronunciation: amo-fla:j

Sentence: Sara and Majid were talking in the corner during the party it was a kind of amoflage i can guess.

Etymology: camouflage= a method of hiding amour= related to love affair

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COMMENTS:

good one - Nosila, 2011-02-09: 22:32:00

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Obfuscationshipspeak

Created by: bailandi

Pronunciation:

Sentence: "Oh man, did you hear Tom and Mary at the office yesterday, I thought they were talking about work but when I listened closely, it was more obfuscationshipspeak than anything else!"

Etymology: Using the word Obfuscate, meaning to make unclear and relationship, to indicate it's between two people. adding "speak" to indicate a new type of language comes from Orwell's 1984.

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Speechpassology

Created by: toadstool57

Pronunciation: spEEch-pass-ol-ogy

Sentence: David and Jill made passes in the speech pathology lab, using speechpassology.

Etymology: speech pathology/pass

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Langualove

Created by: paintergrl1313

Pronunciation:

Sentence: that couples langualove doesn't cover their relationship very well.

Etymology: Language + love = Langualove

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Sincryption

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: sin krip shun

Sentence: Agnes & Leroy worked together. Agnes & Leroy fell in love. But falling in love at work is not always a good idea. Especially since Agnes already had a husband and Leroy already had a wife. So they developed a secret code to convey their feelings. It was a sincryption to cover those times in the broom closet and supply room where they met and expressed their amour. They overlooked the fact that the word sincryption contained another word..CRYPT...and that is where they spent eternity together once the spouses found out...and spouses always do!

Etymology: Sin (an act that is regarded by theologians as a transgression of God's will;violent and excited activity)& Encryption (the activity of converting from plain text into code)

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Flurtive

Created by: babel

Pronunciation: flur-tiv

Sentence: Anna knew John only wore his pink glasses when he was feeling particularly flurtive

Etymology: flirt+furtive

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Semaphamore

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: sema/fa/mor/eh

Sentence: Semaphamore is the language of luv

Etymology: semaphore + amore

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COMMENTS:

sounds great with an Italian accent - porsche, 2007-02-13: 09:05:00

petaj You're right, say it out loud. - petaj, 2007-02-14: 02:44:00

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Comments:

petaj petaj - 2007-02-13: 05:41:00

Alchemist - 2007-02-13: 07:34:00
Rhyming verboticisms should get Bonus points! great etymology!

Alchemist - 2007-02-13: 07:38:00
oops. that comment was for rikboyee's word "lovercover"