look up any word, like spook:
From the Latin root 'schnick' a prefix capable of being used in the stead of any other word. Noun, verb, adverb, adj, vb.trans.

expanded through German to schnicknar while maintaining its original meaning.
A versatile word capable of replacing any other word. Eg. I can't find my schnicknar; or, If you're good I'll let you put your schnicknar in my schnicknar.

Further the word can be deconstructed and used in parts. Eg. Stop being such a dicknar; or, I can't eat my hotdog without snicktard.
by Quinn M. Ross September 24, 2006

Words related to Schnicknar

dicknar fucknar senseless thing-a-ma-jig universal word