A small Arctic whale, Monodon monoceros with a long straight spirally twisted tusk developed from one of its teeth and legs.
"Soon the narwhalks gained legs and begin pioneering to remote areas ontop of mountain platueas."
1. (c.noun) A small morsel of Narwhal (Monodon monoceros) meat. Considered to be a delicacy amongst the northern dwelling Inuit populations of Canada. (plur. narnugs, narnugz)
2. (c.noun) Slang term for large breasts on an Inuit woman.
3. (verb) The term to describe when a young Inuit women first dips her breasts in a cauldron of cooking whale meat or a similar dish. Usually preformed publicly as a right of passage to signify the young woman is of the age to marry. NOTE: Contrary to popular belief the whale meat being cooked does NOT have to be Narwhal.
The chief's mouth watered as the village woman prepared some delicious narnug stew.
Inuktiuk was well known to the young eskimo men for her provocative dancing and impressive narnugs.
Keekochuk's father couldn't have been more proud as he stood tall at the back of the community igloo while his daughter Narnugged.
Someone who has no professional training in science yet has the same augmented ego and clout (and on occasion, the same amount of knowledge on the subject).
Your subconscious is actually the excrement of an opalescent Monodon monoceros. I know. I'm an armchair scientist.