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Stupid, ignorant, in the dark, not having a clue as to what's going on in the world, etc...The term derives from the fact that knowledge is often equated with light for it allows us to "see." The sun is the ultimate source of light and thus the ultimate symbol for knowledge. Anything far from it would by default be something that is also "far" from a source of knowledge in the way that Pluto is far from the sun. There's also the fact that Mickey Mouse's dog Pluto is an idiot.
I can't stand Pluto people. You know, those types that create more problems than they solve.

He's more Pluto than Pluto!

by Hack The Matrix January 09, 2008
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noun: meaning "demotion"; related to the verb "plutoed" which means "demoted".
His performance was way down, but he didn't get demoted, I think he barely dodged a pluto.
by ScalRonnie September 04, 2007
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An excuse for a whole bunch of astronomers to argue a lot and author new or updated books about Astronomy.
Q: How many planets are there?

A1: This week, last week, or next week?

A2: Nine; we've known that for years. No, other Pluto-like objects are planets too, so there are twelve. No, Pluto-like objects are not planets, so there are only eight.

Afterthought: Mercury isn't much bigger; can't we disqualify it too?
by Downstrike September 12, 2006
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Verb. to be hijacked by a small minority to enact special interest commandments. Thus the planet itself wasn't plutoed -- it's still the same planet it was before 2006; but the International Astronomical Union (IAU) was plutoed by less than 5% of its members to pass a controversial special-interest definition of "planet", and it's been too politically sticky to yet take the organization back from the hijackers. The US and India are also frequently plutoed, according to their citizens.
Washington DC plutoes the country for a half billion dollars every spring with Daylight Savings Time (see news article "US lost almost half a billion dollars due to Daylight Saving Time").
by Sane Astronomer May 15, 2013
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Plutos are the growing number of pluto (yes, the planet) sympathizers post-rejection from the IAU. These include people who grew up thinking Pluto was a planet and don't think it's fair to pick on the smallest planet in the system. Plutos mourn their loss together mostly over the internet in online forums like Facebook.
"Man, those Plutos on Facebook are right! I miss Pluto too!"
by Marvin the Martian January 17, 2007
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Plutos are the growing number of pluto (yes, the planet) sympathizers post-rejection from the IAU. These include people who grew up thinking Pluto was a planet and don't think it's fair to pick on the smallest planet in the system. Plutos mourn their loss together mostly over the internet in online forums.
"Man, those Plutos are right, I miss Pluto too!"
by Marvin the Martianette January 19, 2007
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not a planet thats for damn sure
Randy: Did you hear about thar planet pluto
Me: Nope!
by econs May 11, 2010
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