May be used in any instance of speaking, most commonly used as a interjection for any emotion
Novello! I freakin' forgot my lunch money(used as in interjection)
Get your freakin' novello off me (used as a noun, novello's true meaning is only known by the one with the said Novello on the subject's being)
- for one to get ones "dauber down" is when someone is depressed about something menial. The expression is normally said by a friend, parent, teacher, or coach as a slightly humorous way of telling the subject to cheer up.
Joe- Misses the field goal in practice for the second time in a row
Coach- Now c'mon now Joe, "don't get your dauber down"