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29 definitions by robospy

 
1.
ye
Tottally the pirate way of saying "you".
YARR, I'll send ye to the briny deep!
by RoboSpy March 23, 2004
 
2.
To perform an exaggerated gesture of male masturbation with one's hand in the air in front of oneself. Meant usually as a insult to somebody to whom it is directed, or as a symbol of annoyance at something which has been said. See also am.
Jim: Dude, u sux hardcore at CS!
Bob: Hey Jim, guess what? <performs air masturbation>
by RoboSpy March 22, 2004
 
3.
A word used to refer to somebody who is lower in rank or standing than the person who uses it. The social status opposite of the word sir.
Knave, get me my longsword, sirrah!
by RoboSpy March 25, 2004
 
4.
Old tyme'y way of referring to a king or lord. Usually used now to sarcastically refer to somebody with an inflated ego.
JCB: ...maybe so, but I'm still putting my equations in the abstract paper.
Ian: Aye aye, sire.
by RoboSpy March 25, 2004
 
5.
An alternate spelling of bitch used in online games where a swear filter is present, such as Gunbound or Lineage 2.
*shoots and misses horribly* Son of a bytch!
by RoboSpy March 23, 2004
 
6.
Though usually referred to merely as the moon, Luna is Earth's only natural satellite. For the purposes of referring to Luna indirectly, it is proper to use feminine pronouns, such as "she" and "her."

Due to the orbital characteristics of the Earth-Luna system, only one face of Luna is visible at any given time from Earth. This is because Luna's orbital period and rotational period are the same, and her orbit is retrograde to her rotation. Due to this inconvenient orbit, it was not until 1959, with the Soviets' launch of Luna 3, that humans even had photographs of the far side of Luna. Since then, her entire surface has been mapped.

As seen from Earth, Luna appears to undergo a series of phases over a period of approximately a month. These phases are not, as is often thought, the result of Earth casting any shadow on Luna. Luna's phases are the result of the angle between Sol (the sun), Luna, and Earth. Because Luna orbits Earth, this angle constantly changes, and consequently, so does our viewpoint of Luna. At any given time, only one side of Luna is ever in any light, cast from Sol. The other side of her is in darkness. (This is not strictly true, since Earth does in fact reflect some of Sol's light onto Luna's dark side.) As our viewpoint of Luna changes, so does our ability to see this lighted side of her. The result is shrinking and growing crescents of light across her face over the course of a month while she moves around Earth.

As of April 10, 2004, when this was written, Luna is the only extraterrestrial world visited by humans. Hopefully this will change.
Whoa! Luna's showing her full face tonight.
by RoboSpy April 10, 2004
 
7.
The woman working at 7-11 who thankfully informed me of their policy that any container brought in and subsequently filled with slurpee will only cost $1.04 regardless of the size of the container brought in.
Dude, I'm takin' this 3-liter bottle to the slurpee pimptress to get what's mine!
by RoboSpy March 25, 2004