Same meaning and function as the word own
, only in a more powerful, satirical manner. Used only when the utmost owning has occured. Can also be put to use in its past/present tense: bowned.
"Son, you better quit before I bown you."
DragonLord, the uber L337, just got bowned by a newb at counterstrike!
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