Verboticism: Cellflocation

'Listen for the ring!'

DEFINITION: v., To call your cellphone when you have misplaced it, hoping that it will ring so that you can locate it. n., The sound of a lost cellphone.

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Rinloctize

Created by: worthingway

Pronunciation: rin-lock-tize

Sentence: i can't find my phone, will you rinloccitize it for me?

Etymology: ring+lost+tize

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COMMENTS:

I like the pronounciation and the way it sounds. - worthingway, 2007-11-10: 18:59:00

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Chronagon

Created by: Freepiehere

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Finding this phone is going to be a great Chronagon; especially since it's on silent.

Etymology: Chron-Time Agon- Struggle

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Anticicall

Created by: leechdude

Pronunciation: an-ti-si-cal

Sentence: In order to hear the ring tone, Joe had to anticicall quite hard because some guy yesterday had changed his ringtone to a faint humming noise.

Etymology: anticipate, call

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Rinmisone

Created by: cormacaroni

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Vibraflinrin

Created by: idavecook

Pronunciation: Vibe + Flin + Rin

Sentence: Alright bro, I'm gonna vibraflinrin my cell, so shut your mouth already!

Etymology: Vibrate + Fling + Ring

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Cellapper

Created by: kabloozie

Pronunciation: sel-LAP-per

Sentence: Whenever my cell phone is misplaced, I cellapper it, and voila! there it is, aglow in the black hole of my purse, or singing within the sofa cushions.

Etymology: cell: short for cell phone. The Clapper: a sound activated invention that switches on and off lamps.

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Cellflocation

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: self-location

Sentence: Miranda had misplaced her mobile phone so many times that she had downloaded a special ringtone of Kelly Clarkson's song "you found me" for those cellflocation calls. At last she had really found herself.

Etymology: cell (as in cellphone) + self + location (the act of finding something)

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COMMENTS:

If it were only so easy to "find one's self"... Kudos for working Kelly Clarkson into your sentence. "Aaah, Kelly Clarkson!! -- Steve Carell, from 'The 40 Year Old Virgin' - Tigger, 2007-11-09: 02:56:00

good one petaj - Jabberwocky, 2007-11-09: 10:20:00

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Reconnaiscelling

Created by: thebaron

Pronunciation: re-con-nais-cel-ling

Sentence: Jerry lost his phone again... So began the daily reconnaiscelling mission.....

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Amneing

Created by: scaredboy617

Pronunciation:

Sentence: It's hard amneing where I put my phone.

Etymology: The act of remembering.

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Cryptphon

Created by: JoshB

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Jimmy was cryptphoning all night looking for his lost phone.

Etymology: Crypt means hidden, and phon means phone.

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