My Personal Dictionary

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amiga
noun. A girl who is a friend, but there's nothing romantic.
Etymology: Spanish/Portuguese.
Usage: I saw my amiga last night.
Lexicographer: Alex Birch
amigo
noun. A boy who is a friend, but there's nothing romantic.
Etymology: Spanish/Portuguese.
Usage: Last night, I watched tv with my amigo.
Lexicographer: Alex Birch
billgate
Intransitive Verb. To steal, plagarize or plunder.
Etymology: eponym
Usage: I just billgated some copyrighted ebooks.
Lexicographer: Alex Birch, perhaps I billgated this from Brian Retford.
linuxprop
Noun. Linux propaganda promulgated chiefly on the internet or in articles.
Etymology: agitprop, but I replaced the agit with linux.
Usage: Did you see the latest linuxprop at Slashdot
Lexicographer: Alex Birch
kidding on the square
Adverb. It means kidding, but also really meaning it.
Etymology: Who knows how Al Franken's mind works?
Usage: George W Bush, kidding on the square, says: "you can fool some of the people all the time, those are the ones you need to concentrate on!."
Lexicographer: Al Franken
wanker
Noun. A person you would not want to sit next to on a 5 hour flight.
Etymology:
Usage: You are a wanker if you don't know how to use this word in a sentence.
Lexicographer: Louis "Luigi" Litwin