Origin: This is my own mash-up of the two words "paranoid" and "annoy", which I use all the time in my mental health job.

PAR*AN*NOY
\ˈper-ə-ˈnȯi\
--Verb
1.) To cause fearful distrust of others or a sense of threatened safety, which may be delusional, irrational, or just out of proportion to the situation. (i.e. paranoia)
2.) To rouse excessive suspicion.

--Related forms
-Parannoy
-Parannoys
-Parannoyed
-Parannoying
After someone returns from a war, many seemingly 'normal' daily things tend to PARANNOY that person.

Let's look at an example of Chuck the combat vet, and his buddy Josh, who unintentionally PARANNOYS him all the time.

(Chuck jumps, gun poised, as Josh stops by with beer.)
Josh: "Dude, chill, it's just me! I think the Iraq war really PARANNOYED you!"

Chuck: "Yeah, man, since I've been back, it's extremely PARANNOYING whenever someone just shows up unexpectedly like that."

(Josh drops the 6 pack on the floor. (*Loud Crash*)
Chuck: "For F's sake! Will you stop PARANNOYING me?!!"
by beautifulmutant July 03, 2010
1. v. cause paranoia in; disturb, esp. by instilling minor but myriad delusions and suspicions.
I always parannoy people by walking too quietly and appearing right next to them.
by Dougward November 06, 2004

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