Verboticism: Emofection

'Don't kitty me!'

DEFINITION: v. To collect all the emotional energy you receive from one person, and then share it with the very next person you meet. n. Emotional transference.

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Emofection

ubgrud

Created by: ubgrud

Pronunciation: e-mo-fek-shon

Sentence: After being dumped by a post-it this morning, Kate has emofected everyone around with her foul mood.

Etymology: I would prefer emotional Infection, or a latin emopatheogenic maybe, but emofection was more naturally understandable.

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COMMENTS:

petaj emoflection would have been good too -- emotion + deflect - petaj, 2007-01-05: 20:19:00

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Transnubstantiation

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: tranz/snub/stan/siay/shun

Sentence: What a weight off my shoulders to practice transnubstatiation on an ususpecting passerby after being snubbed by another.

Etymology: transubstantiation + snub

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COMMENTS:

Funny! - wordmeister, 2007-01-02: 12:59:00

thanks wordmeister - Jabberwocky, 2007-01-03: 16:35:00

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Reflexivenom

Created by: adobrodt

Pronunciation: ree-flex-i-ven-uhm

Sentence: Jenny met Bob after the disastrous art show and commenced to reflexivenomize on him for forty-five minutes.

Etymology: From reflection and VENOM

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Transemosupernova

Created by: spacemonkeymafia

Pronunciation: trans-i-mō-sōō'per-nō'va

Sentence: The transemosupernova has been the cause of many arguments started by my girlfriend.

Etymology: Trans - From the Latin meaning "across, over, or beyond. Emo - from emotion, French émotion, from Old French, from esmovoir, to excite, from Vulgar Latin *exmovēre : Latin ex-, ex- + Latin movēre, to move. Super - Latin, from super, over, above.

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Ran out of room for the etymology for nova. Here it is. Nova - New Latin (stēlla) nova, new (star), nova, feminine of Latin novus, new. - spacemonkeymafia, 2007-01-02: 12:38:00

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Dramaqueening

Created by: Madamemojo

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Dumpstir

Created by: scrabbelicious

Pronunciation: Dum-pah-ster

Sentence: "'Baggage? I don't think so. Why should I be the only person to carry this burden? I will off load this information, even if it's mentally scaring for the receiver'", thought Michael as he passed on the difficult news that his wife's thrush had flared up again.

Etymology: A convolution of 1) Dumpster (USually)(n) a vessel used for storing junk or unwanted items 2) stir (v) to mix or mix up, perhaps in a mischievious way (colloq).

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Emofection

Created by: allwise

Pronunciation: e-mo-fek-shon

Sentence: After being dumped by a post-it this morning, Kate has emofected everyone around with her foul mood.

Etymology: I would prefer emotional Infection, or a latin emopatheogenic maybe, but emofection was more naturally understandable.

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COMMENTS:

petaj emoflection would have been good too -- emotion + deflect - petaj, 2007-01-05: 20:19:00

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Vamdump

Created by: Mechans

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Disscharge

Created by: fonka99

Pronunciation: Diss-charge

Sentence: Gus felt extremely guilty after disscharging his feelings on the bus driver on his way home, after all it wasn't his fault he got fired!

Etymology: From the urban word "diss" meaning to disrespect and "discharge" meaning to relieve.

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Psychoport

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: sahy/kuh/port

Sentence: My inability to deal with the immediate situation causes me to psychoport my feelings and emotions to the next person I run into.

Etymology: psychological + transport

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COMMENTS:

That sounds a lot like "psycho-sport". Is that a game you play regularily? - wordmeister, 2007-01-02: 16:06:00

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