Verboticism: Hairathought

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Psychiatress

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: sigh kai ah tress

Sentence: definately a bad hair day, on so many levels, her psychiatress said in clipped tones

Etymology: psychiatrist tress

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Follicopathy

elstiko

Created by: elstiko

Pronunciation:

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Afronalysis

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: afrōnaləsis

Sentence: People could tell Latonya\'s mood by a simple process of afronalysis. If her afro is brushed and picked out she was feeling fine. If it is flat, things were not so good. If she is wearing a baseball cap everybody better stay clear. The technique fell completely apart the day she showed up with a buzz cut.

Etymology: Afro (a thick hairstyle with very tight curls that sticks out all around the head, like the natural hair of some black people) + analysis (a system of psychological theory and therapy that aims to treat mental disorders)

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COMMENTS:

yes the definition leaves out the bald! Good word! - splendiction, 2009-07-30: 23:20:00

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Hairanalysis

Created by: mike6426

Pronunciation:

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Coiffenalysis

Created by: andystephenson

Pronunciation: kwaf-nalli-sis

Sentence: I performed a quick coiffenalysis and realised that she was in a very bad mood.

Etymology: Coiffure + analysis

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Doodiligents

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: doo dili gents

Sentence: When Tress was having a bad hair day, everyone knew it. The men in her life learned to stay clear if her ends were split or if her mane problem was her coiffure. They were examples of doodiligents and they knew Tress would cut, tease and brush them off if they cropped her style. They knew the fall out would be permanent and the best treatment was to streak out of her way and not frost her off worse. By extension, the mane reason they liked her was that her locks were to dye for, shorn nuff. Just don't get her dander up...

Etymology: Due Diligence (Investigation and analysis a prudent entrepreneur, owner, executive, or lender does in making business decisions.) & Doo (hair-do)

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Folifrazycology

Created by: Hjason

Pronunciation: folly-fraz-e-cology

Sentence: Using folifrazycolgy, we were able to determine that Ken was a lazy individual.

Etymology: folicle-frazzle-psycology

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Tresstify

Created by: wysware

Pronunciation: tress-ti-fy

Sentence: By the look of her hair, I'd tresstify that she's insane

Etymology: tress (braid of hair) testify (witness)

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Doodify

Created by: Coolfool

Pronunciation: Doo + defy

Sentence: After one look at Janey this morning, I doodified that she probably didn't even make it home last night, and she wasn't the one to ask favors from today.

Etymology: Doo, from her (hair)do, dify from identify.

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Coiffid

ubgrud

Created by: ubgrud

Pronunciation: cwaff-id

Sentence: My gosh! James must be going through a hard time if his coiffid is any indication. I've never seen a cowlick quite like that one.

Etymology: coiffe - hairdo id - freud re. basic needs

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