an applied field of economics used to evaluate relative opportunity cost for speculation by mathematical manipulation of currency figures
Scott, did you double check your calculations of finance? That estimation seems far too high!
(n) One who possesses a characteristic or characteristics, such as flamboyant and/or ridiculous mannerisms, buck teeth (or other rabbit-like traits, e.g. large ears), and/or remarkable dress (e.g. short pants, embarrassing clothing, etc.) that causes him or her to look foolish, especially damn foolish, or otherwise stand out in a crowd, at least from the perspective of those employing the term.
"Wow that guy looks like a dill."
"What a dill!"
"Quit bein' a dill."
"You're a big dill."
"Did anyone ever tell you that you're a big dill?"
Alternate forms: dillcorn, dillhorn, dillweed, dilbert, double d dill
"Man there are a lot of dillhorns here tonight."