Verboticism: Crypthphon

'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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Celelone

Created by: Eyeshah

Pronunciation: /CELL-uh-lone/

Sentence: "Where's my bloody cell!" clamored a flummoxed and fuming Ringo. "I've celeloned it several times now to no avail."

Etymology: cell+alone. Sounds like telephone.

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COMMENTS:

fun verb :) - badsnudge, 2007-11-11: 00:37:00

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Myselocate

Created by: badsnudge

Pronunciation: my sell uh kate

Sentence: Henrietta did not accompany Herman to the dog show because she could not successfully myselocate her mobile phone and she was awaiting an important call from her dentist who eventually informed her that the radio signal she was receiving through her molar was actually not transceiver-related, but rather a side effect of the anti-psychotic medication she was taking.

Etymology: my+cell+locate

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Tonely

Created by: earljw

Pronunciation: tohn-lee

Sentence: When I called my cell I could hear its tonely sound coming from the pocket of my jeans. Now if I only knew where I left my jeans.

Etymology: tone + lonely

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COMMENTS:

nice word. brings back bad memories though - leechdude, 2007-11-09: 20:50:00

Celp! - purpleartichokes, 2007-11-10: 05:12:00

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Cellfing

Created by: hendrixius

Pronunciation: "selfing"

Sentence: I've been cellfing my phone for hours, to no avail...I must have left it at the pub.

Etymology:

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Amnegon

Created by: YourEnglishPal

Pronunciation: nope

Sentence: Finding this cell phone will be an amnegon...

Etymology: MNE- to remember Agon- Struggle "Struggle to remember"

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Denialtone

Created by: cysglyd

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Calling the missing mobile gained him nothing but a plaintive denialtone.

Etymology: dialtone, denial

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Cellarouse

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: SEL-uh-rouz

Sentence: Brent was forever losing his cell phone in the clutter around his apartment and would often resort to a technique he called 'cellarouse' wherein he would call his cell from another phone hoping to locate the cell by it's ring.

Etymology: Blend of Cell (for cell phone) and arouse...to awaken.

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COMMENTS:

nice - Jabberwocky, 2008-10-08: 10:10:00

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Ecallocation

Created by: MithrilShadow

Pronunciation: E-kȯl-lō-ˈkā-shən

Sentence: Erin stumbled around her room, trying to find her cell phone via Ecallocation.

Etymology: From the words: Call: to get or try to get in communication with by telephone. and Echolocation: a physiological process for locating distant or invisible objects (as prey) by sound waves reflected back to the emitter (as a bat) from the objects

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EXCELLENT! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-11-11: 16:28:00

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Stolange

Created by: suchipatel

Pronunciation: Stoh - linj

Sentence: She spent the day stolanging in the hopes that she'd hear her ringtone in the clutter of her room.

Etymology: Stol - To send Angel - Message "To send a message"

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Seafone

Created by: nhtbrink

Pronunciation: sea as in see, fone as in phone

Sentence: I'll try a seafone, perhaps I'll find it that way

Etymology:

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