172 definitions by LudwigVan

An alien life form from the Star Trek books, television series and movies, origially the enemies of the Federation. Also the Klingon language, tlhIngan Hol, a constructed language (conlang) invented by Mark Okrand especially for the Star Trek movies of the 1980s and Star Trek: The Next Generation TV series.
Qapla' is how you say "goodbye" (literally "success!") in Klingon.
by LudwigVan December 19, 2003
Aussie slang for beauty, something or someone beautiful.
Oi mate, that sheila's a beaut! Is she single?
by LudwigVan October 01, 2004
elf
1) A fair mythical creature from Germanic legend, also known as a fairy or faerie, dwelling in forests or mountains away from human civilization. Usually good-natured, yet mischievious troublemakers sometimes. Some can be evil.

The name is derived from the Indo-European root *albh-, "white"; it is a cognate of Latin albus. Other elf-like creatures in European legend are sylphs, dryads (wood elves), nymphs and leprechauns. A similar creature in Arab and Islamic lore is the djinni (genie).

2) In Tolkien's Middle Earth novels, the Elves are several groups of a human-like race with very long lifespans, speaking their own languages, the conlangs Quenya and Sindarin. The three main groups are High Elves, Grey Elves and Dark Elves. Orcs are former Elves captured by Sauron, then subjected to torture and humiliation until their spirit is broken and they become evil.

3) A person of slight build.

4) An industrious person, such as the elves who build toys for Santa Claus to be delivered on Christmas night, or the elves who save the shoemaker's business in Jakob Grimm's tale "The Elves and the Shoemaker".

5) One of the four characters in the classic video games Gauntlet and Gauntlet II (Atari, 1985 and 1986). He had the highest speed and shot speed, as well as good magic power, but low armor, fight power and shot power.

6) A penis, especially one smaller than average.
The elf had a small elf, but he was still able to please the elf girls.
by LudwigVan December 21, 2003
What the British call a biscuit, the Americans call a cookie.
What the Americans call a biscuit, the British call a scone.
by LudwigVan April 08, 2004
Eid
One of the two annual Islamic feast days, one, Eid ul-Fitr, ends the month of Ramadan (when a Muslim fasts) and the other, Eid ul-Adha during the Hajj or pilgrimage to Mecca.
He's spending Eid with her family this weekend; I being Christian won't get to overeat with my folks until Thanksgiving.
by LudwigVan December 06, 2003
An act, such as a running race or sex, engaged in for a very long time, i.e. at least several hours.
He's been in his room watching the Andy Griffith Show marathon; he ain't comin' out.
by LudwigVan November 13, 2003
Short for trigonometry. (How did it end up meaning "slow-minded"?)
I took trig in high school.
by LudwigVan November 11, 2003

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