622 definitions by Andy

Anti-Gravity Ball Sack Capacitor. IE: The feeling you get when something made you extremely happy, similar to when you are on a rollercoaster ride and your balls float up and feel neat.
My team just won the Stanley Cup, and my AGBSC was activated.
by Andy November 30, 2004
This is when someone abuses the wrong worm so you can't understudy what they're crying to play.
Named after someone called Mrs Malaprop in some classical something or other.
by Andy May 07, 2004
1) In the work of JRR Tolkien, this is an elvish word used to refer to elves. More specifically, it refers to elves who made the journey west in the First Age, and their descendants (as opposed to the "dark elves" or Avari). All the major elven characters in Tolkien's novels are eldar.

2) In the Warhammer 40,000 (Games Workshop)universe, the Eldar are a race of aliens who live on Craft-worlds. Broadly good in alignment, they are divided into different units of bizarrely coloured guilds and crafts. Basically, futuristic elves. They dress in slim, streamlined armour with pointed helmets, and have many special units relying on otherworldly technologies and magic - including some which look remarkably like Star Wars speeder bikes, others which resemble floating disks, and giant godlike beings known as Avatars.
Eldar sounds a bit like a cross between "elder" and "elf".
by Andy April 25, 2004
A sick song that Bone Thugs N Harmony and 2Pac did together. It is on Bone Thugs CD "The Art of War".
Bone Thugs and 2Pac were the best rappers ever. They did the song Thug Luv together.
by Andy August 02, 2004
Word invented by George W Bush because he's an idiotic stupid moronic cunt who can't even string a sentence together.

He either means misunderstood or underestimated.
George W Bush is a fucking cunt.
by Andy June 23, 2004
In George Orwell's dystopia "Nineteen Eighty-Four", Newspeak was the corrupted/purged language everyone was supposed to speak according to the totalitarian dictatorship which ran everything. Words with subversive potential and those which had unclear meanings were eliminated, along with references to the past. The attempt was to bring language, and therefore thought, into line with the wishes of the rulers.

It is also used to refer to any instance of politically-invented language put out through apparatuses of propaganda and social control or by spindoctors.

Words like people-trafficker, collateral damage and downsizing are examples of real-world Newspeak.
This doesn't mean you shouldn't make up new words. Nor does it mean that every political or invented word should be suspect. The point is that new words should expand meaning, not contract it. If a word is used to cover up abuses by the powerful or to manipulate people in favour of the existing regime, it's Newspeak.
by Andy May 01, 2004
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