4 definitions by Chris W. Coldren

Top Definition
Edress in BBS days refered to the specific memory location within a computer system where electronic messages could be left for a person or organization for later retrieval.
The name e-mail later won out over edress (maybe it sounded too much like clothing?).
Edress is still used today to refer to a name or a sequence of characters that designates an e-mail account.
I first coined this word back in the 1980's BBS (Bulletin Board System) days of computer science (Someone else may have thought of it before me, but I thought of it on my own as well).
If you give me your edress I will forward the e-mail to you.
by Chris W. Coldren June 09, 2006
Baked On Road Crud. The accumulated heat-hardend road debris usually found on vehicles around engines and their exhausts. ** This is an Acronym (a word combing the intial letters of what it references) and Onomatopoeia (a word thats sounds like what it is describing).
Hey Chris, you should clean off the borc before you remove the sparkplugs or it might fall into the engine. (Thanks dad!)
by Chris W. Coldren May 30, 2006
Noun. Edress in BBS days refered to the specific memory location within a computer system where electronic messages could be left for a person or organization for later retrieval.
The name e-mail later won out over edress (maybe it sounded too much like clothing?).
Edress is still used today to refer to a name or a sequence of characters that designates an e-mail account.
I first coined this word back in the 1980's BBS (Bulletin Board System) days of computer science (Someone else may have thought of it before me, but I thought of it on my own as well).
If you give me your edress I will forward the e-mail to you.
by Chris W. Coldren June 04, 2006
A person with no invisible means of support.
Atheist: I do not accept the existence of a deity or of divine beings that I cannot perceive.

Just as a person with belief appears to have no visible means of support. Belief is supported by faith in historical evidence in the Biblical testaments, Josephus, Philo, and other noted historians.
by Chris W. Coldren January 20, 2007

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