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3 definitions by Quinn M. Ross

 
1.
From the Latin root 'schnick' a prefix capable of being used in the stead of any other word. Noun, verb, adverb, adj, vb.trans.

expanded through German to schnicknar while maintaining its original meaning.
A versatile word capable of replacing any other word. Eg. I can't find my schnicknar; or, If you're good I'll let you put your schnicknar in my schnicknar.

Further the word can be deconstructed and used in parts. Eg. Stop being such a dicknar; or, I can't eat my hotdog without snicktard.
by Quinn M. Ross September 24, 2006
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2.
Claiming its origin from a friend of a friend's grandmother, Whisker Fish is a colloquial term for the male genitalia, specifically excluding the testis.
In her search for the elusive Whisker Fish, Allison frequented their know habitats including but not limited to, the track pant, the skivvies and the jean cut off. Upon very limited research Allison concluded that the Whisker Fish was not at all elusive as she had originally hypothesized, but was in fact quite alarmingly ubiquitous.
by Quinn M. Ross July 10, 2009
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3.
From the Latin root 'shnick' a prefix capable of being used in the stead of any other word. Noun, verb, adverb, adj, vb.trans.

expanded through German to shnicknar while maintaining its original meaning.
A versatile word capable of replacing any other word. Eg. I can't find my shnicknar; or, If you're good I'll let you put your shnicknar in my shnicknar.

Further the word can be deconstructed and used in parts. Eg. Stop being such a dicknar; or, I can't eat my hotdog without shnicktard.
by Quinn M. Ross September 26, 2006
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