1661 definitions by uttam maharjan

a phenomenon marked by exhaustion of IP addresses that identify destinations for digital traffic. The proposed solution lies in switching over from the existing IPv4 standard to that of IPv6 that allows trillions of Internet addresses vis-à-vis the former that allows a paltry 4 billion or so addresses. The big pool in the sky, a giver of IP addresses and a fast-draining reservoir of addresses maintained by the non-profit organization Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Addresses (ICANN), is going to run out in the next few weeks. The number of addresses IPv6 allows is a whopping 340 undecillion (followed by 36 zeroes), enough for a trillion people.
Do not worry about an IPocalypse. It is not going to take place any time soon.
by uttam maharjan January 25, 2011
a list of things to be done or accomplished.
This work is not on the faciendum. As such, I need not do it right now.
by uttam maharjan October 24, 2010
one who is fond of beer and is always high on that stuff.
It is no surprise that he drank ten beers. He is a beer bear.
by uttam maharjan September 16, 2010
A piece of cloth or a small useless kerchief used to clean the penis. It may also be used as a wankerchief.
Mr John has torn his tattered towel into several dickerchiefs.
by uttam maharjan January 04, 2010
to balance the proportion of males and females in an organization.
Let's yin-yang our company by reducing the number of male staff and increasing that of female staff.
by uttam maharjan November 21, 2010
1. a milking machine.
2. one who exploits others.
1. The dairy farm uses milkers only to milk cattle.
2. Shylocks are indubitably milkers.
by uttam maharjan October 29, 2011
the act of pulling the penis out of the vagina before ejaculation begins so as to prevent pregnancy.
He has adopted premature withdrawal as a means of safe sex.
by uttam maharjan January 26, 2011

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