Inflected Form(s): plural twee·ti·goes or twee·ti·gos
Etymology: Middle English imitative hybrid, combined with Latin vertigin-, vertigo, from vertere to turn.
1a: A sensation of motion in which the individual or the individual's surroundings seem to whirl dizzily, triggered by either first real usage and experience and/or after excessive use (a.k.a "tweeting") of Twitter, a social micro-blogging site.
1b: May also be associated with excessive use of micro-posting to other sites, i.e. Facebook, etc.
2: a dizzy confused state of mind after "tweeting" or "Facebooking" excessively.
I used Twitter for the first time today and cot DAMN I need to vomit from the tweetigo.
Will sitting and working cure my tweetigo? Probably.
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