Verboticism: Emogashare

'Don't kitty me!'

DEFINITION: v. To collect all the emotional energy you receive from one person, and then share it with the very next person you meet. n. Emotional transference.

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Transemototherapy

Created by: mickey666

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Sentence: The kick he received playing football really hurt his shin. Lying in bed later, his wife was less than thrilled as she felt a sharp pain and realised his foot had carried out transemototherapy

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Transunfairence

Created by: nariko4

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Shate

Created by: kevinrio

Pronunciation: sh - ate

Sentence: Sorry I didn't mean it. I'm shating because my bloody cat.

Etymology: share + hate

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Superemokinesis

Created by: Bulletchewer

Pronunciation: soo-per-ee-mo-ki-nee-sis

Sentence: Using the power of superkinesis, she transfered the weight of the world to her best friend.

Etymology: From "kinesis" meaning movement, "emo" as the emotions are being transferred, and "super" is perhaps ironic, but could be from "superficial" as such an act hardly involves deep thought. Also a play on Freud's "superego".

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Transmoshun

Created by: jedijawa

Pronunciation: trans-moe-shun

Sentence: Pete received the full impact of Kelly's day through transmoshun.

Etymology: transmit + emotion + shun

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Transemosupernova

Created by: spacemonkeymafia

Pronunciation: trans-i-mō-sōō'per-nō'va

Sentence: The transemosupernova has been the cause of many arguments started by my girlfriend.

Etymology: Trans - From the Latin meaning "across, over, or beyond. Emo - from emotion, French émotion, from Old French, from esmovoir, to excite, from Vulgar Latin *exmovēre : Latin ex-, ex- + Latin movēre, to move. Super - Latin, from super, over, above.

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COMMENTS:

Ran out of room for the etymology for nova. Here it is. Nova - New Latin (stēlla) nova, new (star), nova, feminine of Latin novus, new. - spacemonkeymafia, 2007-01-02: 12:38:00

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Scharblitz

Created by: Acostell

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Reflexivenom

Created by: adobrodt

Pronunciation: ree-flex-i-ven-uhm

Sentence: Jenny met Bob after the disastrous art show and commenced to reflexivenomize on him for forty-five minutes.

Etymology: From reflection and VENOM

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Forwardfeel

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: fore-ward-feel

Sentence: He knew that her hatred towards his mother was going to be a forwardfeel towards him. It would manifest itself in the form of her refraining to do his laundry.

Etymology: forward (transmit, send) + feel (to be emotionally affected by)

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Hysteriotransfer

Created by: tangledupinblue

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Sentence: After being fired, he hysteriotransferred to the people around him for the rest of the day; he even told the barista to "Hurry it up--oh, wait, you can't do that, can you, you stoned slacker? You're fired. I don't need that watery crap you call coffee anyway."

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