Verboticism: Vibraflinrin

'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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Walkawave

walkawave

Created by: walkawave

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Exocryptomne

Created by: ntaylor

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Sentence: After experiencing exocryptomne, now I will always keep my phone on ringer, not silent.

Etymology: (exo- outside + crypt- hidden + mne- memory)

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Callphone

Created by: irving

Pronunciation:

Sentence: i'm try to find my callphone does anybody find it

Etymology: callphone is when you looking for something but you never find it

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COMMENTS:

cool - irving, 2014-04-30: 14:37:00

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Phonamne

Created by: 719985

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Sentence: I lost Katy Perry's phone and couldn't find it, so I called it and heard the phonamne!

Etymology: phon - sound, a, mne - to remember

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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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Cowcell

Created by: jrogan

Pronunciation: cow-sel

Sentence: Not only do I keep losing my phone, but also keep forgetting where I am, so my wife tied a cellphone around my neck and told me to call it whenever I get lost. It works! 'Cause now I know where I am -- right here.

Etymology: Cowbell transformed by a cellular phone

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Phonar

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: fōnär

Sentence: Rudy can usually find his celly by re-tracing his movements. When that fails he resorts to using phonar, calling his cell with his land line assuming he hasn’t misplaced the that handset.

Etymology: phone (a system that converts acoustic vibrations to electrical signals in order to transmit sound, typically voices, over a distance using wire or radio) + sonar (the method of echolocation used in air or water by animals such as whales and bats)

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Cellseeus

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: sell/see/us

Sentence: When a cell phone is well and truly lost, a sure fire remedy is to phone your number and shout loudly 'cellseeus' - works ever time because they are just as reliant on us as we are on them.

Etymology: cell + see + us + celsius

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Crypthesis

Created by: delanybug

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Sentence: I lost my phone a few days ago, its now in a crypthesis place never to be seen again.

Etymology: crypt-hidden the-place a hidden place, no where to be found.

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Purscellual

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: per-sell-yu-uhl

Sentence: The piles of clothes and junk made for a difficult purcellual, luckily his dad had a metal detector.

Etymology: pursual (search) + cell (phone)

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