Verboticism: Romanshh

'It's called team work!'

DEFINITION: n. A specially coded language, which newly dating couples use to describe their relationship when they don't want other people to realize that they have "the hots" for each other.v. To talk about sex in a code words.

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Created by: josje

Pronunciation: no fase

Sentence: We will be together but now we are in a nofase.

Etymology: no and fase.

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: seks i kon

Sentence: Barry & Meredith had fallen in love at work. Since fraternization was frowned upon,and they were both partnered with others, they had to develop their own "Code of Conduct", to allow themselves stolen moments at work. It was their sexicon. "Catching up with my filing", in the filing room had a whole new meeting. As did "getting supplies" and "doing a donut run". But their greatest fears were realized when "going to the reproduction centre" became true.

Etymology: Sex (all of the feelings resulting from the urge to gratify sexual impulses; activities associated with sexual intercourse)& Lexicon (a language user's knowledge of words; a reference book containing an alphabetical list of words with information about them)

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Created by: CharlieB

Pronunciation: row-man-shh

Sentence: Bill and Barbara fooled no one after emerging flushed from the photocopying room, despite their secretive romanshh language.

Etymology: romance (a romantic affair) + shh! (request to be silent)

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Created by: Alchemist

Pronunciation: BANG-slang

Sentence: "I gotta go help Marie with her costume," said Trent, nervously edging toward the stage door. "Man, don't give me that bangslang stuff. Everyone in the cast knows you been boinking her since opening night."

Etymology: Bang (euphimism for sex) + slang (Language peculiar to a group; figures of speech that are deliberately used in place of standard terms)


HA! Funny sentence too! - purpleartichokes, 2007-02-13: 06:58:00


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Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: seks purr an toh

Sentence: Their thinly coded sexperanto fooled no one and caused many colleagues to vomit, especially when they arranged for their friends Peter and Ginnie to meet for lunch

Etymology: sex esperanto


A language one could be fluid in... - Nosila, 2011-02-10: 01:09:00


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Created by: toralora

Pronunciation: dait/ish

Sentence: Allthough they spoke Datish at the office, we all understood what was going on.

Etymology: date/dating + -ish (like in Swedish).

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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: roh-MAN-te-code

Sentence: Though the 'secret' lingo was quite discernible to folks around them, Hal and Harriet believed their sweet talking romanticode was fooling everyone.

Etymology: Blend of romantic and code

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Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: fling-o

Sentence: Although each of them denied it, it was quite obvious from their flingo that Bob and Sue were collaborating on more than the project.

Etymology: fling, lingo (slang for language)


Great word! Reminds me of a pink bird (heh heh) - Alchemist, 2007-02-13: 06:56:00

erasmus I cant beat this word.. its just too good. - erasmus, 2007-02-13: 08:22:00

Cool! I've been making some verbombs lately. - purpleartichokes, 2007-02-13: 13:07:00


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Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: li/bee/doh/voe/cal

Sentence: Colleagues thought Ricky and Martin were involved in heavy financial negotiations when they were really 'livin' libidovocal.

Etymology: libido + vocal + La Vida Loca


Buena! - Nosila, 2011-02-09: 22:33:00


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Created by: bailandi


Sentence: "Oh man, did you hear Tom and Mary at the office yesterday, I thought they were talking about work but when I listened closely, it was more obfuscationshipspeak than anything else!"

Etymology: Using the word Obfuscate, meaning to make unclear and relationship, to indicate it's between two people. adding "speak" to indicate a new type of language comes from Orwell's 1984.

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