6 definitions by Mark Hertzog

This tag for Arnold Schwarzenegger actually was coined by Steve Lopez, a writer for the Los Angeles Times, in a column the day after the recall election that installed Arnold as governor, in spite of his acknowledged history of breast and booty grabbing (or, as Arnold described it, "being playful"). Garry Trudeau made Lopez's term nationally famous in the "Doonesbury" cartoons. It's a pun on a German term for a group leader, "gruppenfuhrer."
Governator Gropenfuhrer
by Mark Hertzog February 08, 2004
A Welsh and Scottish term meaning "to be insanely excited." Being popularized (slowly) in the U.S. by Craig Ferguson on "The Late Late Show" on CBS.
(1) The news channels are cockahoop over Britney and Anna Nicole.

(2) Thousands of North Carolina basketball fans, cockahoop after the Tar Heels beat Duke, lit bonfires in the middle of Franklin Street in downtown Chapel Hill.
by Mark Hertzog March 03, 2007
Disheveled, messy, usually referring to one's hair. Of Pennsylvania Dutch origin.
My hair is all strubbly; better wear that "Bed Head" baseball cap today.
by Mark Hertzog December 15, 2007
A Welsh and Scottish term meaning "to be insanely excited." Being popularized (slowly) in the U.S. by Craig Ferguson on "The Late Late Show" on CBS.
(1) The news channels are cockahoop over Britney and Anna Nicole.

(2) Thousands of North Carolina basketball fans, cockahoop after the Tar Heels beat Duke, lit bonfires in the middle of Franklin Street in downtown Chapel Hill.
by Mark Hertzog March 01, 2007
Kittens born to a cloned cat. (Coined by comedian Craig Ferguson on CBS's "The Late Late Show," 15 December 2006.)
What do you call a clone's kittens? Clittens?...Clittens! I'm such a cunning linguist.
by Mark Hertzog December 16, 2006
Disheveled, messy, usually referring to one's hair. Of Pennsylvania Dutch origin.
My hair is all strubbly; better wear that "Bed Head" cap.
by Mark Hertzog April 04, 2007

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