Meaning Over-dramatic and unreasonable.
1. Tabitha Floss' parents are such erts.

2. Today in band, Ben was being an ert because I didn't tune my instrument.
by BHS Band Member April 13, 2011
kinda like a elf but with no ears and has large toes
girl 1:there was a ert in that move
girl 2:I thank he hides migets under his toes
by kornjerker March 06, 2009
ert\èrt\adj
1:able to move
2:containing active properties <chemically~>

~ert-ness n
3:having energy or motivation
A young man was sitting in a reclining chair, contemplating the nuances of the universe, when a strange bit of linguistic pondering suddenly befell him: "I am sitting in this chair, yet I am still able to move. Am I ert?" The answer eluded him as he sat, his mind working feverishly on the problem. He thought, "If I had some sort of debilitating disease, I would be inert while in this chair, but alas I do not. I must be ert, I have to be."
by Just Bly March 20, 2006
to be full of energy, the opposite of inert.
They are a highly motivated ert group of dealers
by graham dungworth June 07, 2003
A replacement for "lol" on AIM, meaning a small giggle, instead of actually laughing out loud, which nobody really does.
A: ...and that's how I woke up with a drunk panda.
B: ert
A: pretty funny, huh?
B: not really.
by The Bard of Anon May 16, 2005
the languege in the bible revised from the word ertal, which means the new one. the religion above is ironic since it is a new "religion" and the word mean new one.
he was an ertal to society
by Anonymous May 02, 2003
ert\èrt\adj
1:able to move
2:containing active properties <chemically~>

~ert-ness n
3:having energy or motivation
A young man was sitting in a reclining chair, contemplating the nuances of the universe, when a strange bit of linguistic pondering suddenly befell him: "I am sitting in this chair, yet I am still able to move. Am I ert?" The answer eluded him as he sat, his mind working feverishly on the problem. He thought, "If I had some sort of debilitating disease, I would be inert while in this chair, but alas I do not. I must be ert, I have to be."
by Just Bly February 27, 2006

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