Verboticism: Blackdingleberry

'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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Faultercall

Created by: haptotrope

Pronunciation: Fawl-ter-call

Sentence: Peering into the breeze of the abyss of things, and piles, and dirty underwear, Bill knew that the cellphone was there... so close, but a faultercall away.

Etymology: Faulter - being at fault, also evokes earthquake "fault" - and Call; phone call.

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Telecryptone

Created by: juliadeboard

Pronunciation: tele-crip-tone

Sentence: Can I use your telecryptone to find my phone?

Etymology: tele-far, crypt-hidden,+ -one

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Selfphone

Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: self-fone

Sentence: When rummaging through the dirty laundry, garbage, and refrigerator didn't work, Bob tried to selfphone his number in the hope that he could hear his lost phone.

Etymology: cel phone, self

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COMMENTS:

I dig it. - dubld, 2007-11-09: 09:40:00

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Sonacryptaphone

Created by: danibriggs

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Hold on dude, I'm listening for my sonacryptaphone!

Etymology: sona-sound crypt-hidden phone-sound

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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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Locaphoning

Created by: tuckerdognc

Pronunciation: Loca-fone, loca-foning

Sentence: Wait a sec. I'm locaphoning to find it right now. (Not to be confused with trying to locate your car: Locahonking.)

Etymology: Locating + the item or process: Locaphoning, Locahonking, Locabuzzing

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Crypthesis

Created by: delanybug

Pronunciation:

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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Mobilunearth

Created by: Kevcom

Pronunciation: mao-bull-unn-err-th

Sentence: Mr. Jenkins mobilunearthed his Loserphone L535 by calling it systematically 7 times in a row while he was in different places about the house. Luckily, the phone wasn't on vibrate, but was on the lowest volume setting, and with Mr. Jenkins' 20/20 like hearing, it was no problem finding his L535.

Etymology: mobile cell + unearth (to discover)

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Phonamne

Created by: 719985

Pronunciation:

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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Hyperphonism

Created by: ysledd

Pronunciation:

Sentence: His hyperphonism was beginning to give me a headache.

Etymology: Hyper-, excessive phon-, sound, voice ism-, belief in

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