(n) A botfly larva. The parent fly lays its eggs in a person or animal, and the larva grows into a huge maggot that migrates to the neck and chews its way out when it is ready to pupate. Also spelled warble, wormil.
The rabbit was dead, but we could see that its neck was moving as if it had an alien under its skin, and the next thing we knew, a giant worble the size of a shotgun shell crawled out of it. And we figured that rabbit was better off dead.
(n) A common type of math word problem, usually a simple algebra problem involving lengths of fencing.
This is an example of a farmer brown:
Farmer Brown wants to fence off a rectangular pen using the side of his barn as one side of the pen. If the barn is 300 feet long, and Farmer Brown has 1200 feet of fencing material, what are the lengths of the other sides and what is the area enclosed?
(n) A fan of Godzilla monsters and movies.
Anguirus is one of the most popular monsters among G-fans.
(n) (pronounced MUSS kuh lump) A body builder.
The musclelump's muscles were so overdeveloped he looked deformed.
(n)A fat-bodied, short-legged mouselike rodent, a vole.
My cat left a dead schnitzelmouse on our porch.
(n) An ant-lion, an insect larva that digs conical pits in order to trap ants.
Morty liked to drop ants into doodlebug pits.
I stepped in a poodle paddy when I took that shortcut through the dog-owner's yard.