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Menthairity

Created by: ChrisCarrk

Pronunciation: Ment-hair-it-ee

Sentence: Her menthairity was all wrong today.

Etymology: Mentality+hair

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Tresstology

Created by: quippingqueen

Pronunciation: tress/tol/ogy

Sentence: Having completed his course in tresstology, Bertie Ditherinton knew a bad hair day when he saw one!

Etymology: tress: a lock of hair + ology: the study of

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Trichologize

Created by: jannn

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Afronalysis

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: afrōnaləsis

Sentence: People could tell Latonya\'s mood by a simple process of afronalysis. If her afro is brushed and picked out she was feeling fine. If it is flat, things were not so good. If she is wearing a baseball cap everybody better stay clear. The technique fell completely apart the day she showed up with a buzz cut.

Etymology: Afro (a thick hairstyle with very tight curls that sticks out all around the head, like the natural hair of some black people) + analysis (a system of psychological theory and therapy that aims to treat mental disorders)

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COMMENTS:

yes the definition leaves out the bald! Good word! - splendiction, 2009-07-30: 23:20:00

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Doodify

Created by: Coolfool

Pronunciation: Doo + defy

Sentence: After one look at Janey this morning, I doodified that she probably didn't even make it home last night, and she wasn't the one to ask favors from today.

Etymology: Doo, from her (hair)do, dify from identify.

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Hairalyze

Created by: remkoduursma

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... - remkoduursma, 2006-12-13: 04:48:00

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Ponytelltale

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: poh-nee-el-teyl

Sentence: Anne is usually quite meticulous with her appearance. She spends a fair amount of time in the morning getting her hair just right. It doesn't require tips from Sigmund Freud to pick out her bad-mood days. The ponytelltale sends co-workers scurrying in every direction but in her path. If all she has done is cram her locks into a scrunchie the world better look out.

Etymology: ponytail (an arrangement of the hair in a long lock drawn tightly against the back of the head and cinched so as to hang loosely) + telltale (a thing serving to reveal or disclose something)

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Folifrazycology

Created by: Hjason

Pronunciation: folly-fraz-e-cology

Sentence: Using folifrazycolgy, we were able to determine that Ken was a lazy individual.

Etymology: folicle-frazzle-psycology

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Coiffid

ubgrud

Created by: ubgrud

Pronunciation: cwaff-id

Sentence: My gosh! James must be going through a hard time if his coiffid is any indication. I've never seen a cowlick quite like that one.

Etymology: coiffe - hairdo id - freud re. basic needs

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Hairanalysis

Created by: mike6426

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