who is good at word-related subjects, such as grammar and foreign languages, rather than math and science like a stereotypical nerd.
Person A: Did you know that the little dot on top of a lowercase letter "i" is called a "tittle"?
Person B: You're such a Word Nerd.
An avid David Cook fan. The term was taken from one of Cook's interviews where he admitted that he was a "Word Nerd" who constantly did crossword puzzles and loved vocabulary.
Amanda is such a Word Nerd. She votes for David Cook two hours every Tuesday night on Idol!
1. A cool person who spends way too much time reading definitions off of urbandictionary.com
2. A total GEEK who passes time by insightfully expanding his.her vocabulary by frequenting dictionary.com
GIRL 1: EW! Why is that boy browsing dictionary.com?
GIRL 2: That's Steven, he's a total word nerd.
a guy who always knows how to spell something or corrects your spelling or pronunciation
dear brian i just saw the scariest movie about dinasars
its spelled d i n o s a u r
your such a word nerd
Word Nerds salvage quotes from websites such as Myspace, Twitter, Facebook, and public blogs. Word Nerds tend to be gamers who have tired of Geo Cashing and Easter Egg Collecting. In the newly created underground following games focused on the unusual online writing styles found in social networking sites and blogs gamers "collect" the "words" of random writers and compete for the largest, most complete storage page.
The Word Nerds created the largest known collection of sci-fi quotes found from users writing on Myspace and Twitter.
A person who loves the written word more than life itself, spending as much free time as possible reading random books, stories online, newspaper etc. Prefering to read silently than to watch TV and movies, or camping and such.
"My inner wordnerd loves the online variety of the written word"
"I'm not a bookworm, I am a wordnerd. Bookworms only read
books. I read EVERYTHING"
Name given to a person who reads lots of books
"What are you reading Word Nerd"