A word that should be in the dictionary, but isn't. Concept created by comedian Rich Hall.
"DISCONFECT (dis kon fekt')
v. To sterilize the piece of candy you dropped on the floor by blowing on it, somehow assuming this will `remove' all the germs" is one of my favorite sniglets!
by ManyTreez May 25, 2005
Top Definition
(n.) A word that should be in the dictionary but isn't. The word is derived from an HBO show from the early 80s titled Not Necsessarly the News. Sniglets was a segment on the show by Comedian Rich Hall.
The word Musquirt was one of the many Sniglets, Its that runny stuff that comes out of the mustard bottle before the mustard does.
by John Ryan Byrd June 17, 2005
Urban Dictionary entries from the 80s.
Back in 1986, John used to submit his Sniglets to Rich Hall but today he just puts them on Urban Dictionary.
by Septimus80 January 14, 2009
a word that doesn't exist, but should
"Yo Mollie, that sniglet you mentioned last night should exist, but doesn't"
by Bradley December 07, 2004
A Sniglet is any word that doesn't appear in the dictionary, but should.

The Sniglets books were made in 1984 and 1985 by Rich Hall, a writer/actor for HBO's "Not Necessarily the News", "Fridays", and "The David Letterman Show".

The illustrations of the two books were made by Arnie Ten, an award-winning cartoonist living in Brooklyn.

Since the Sniglets's first airing on "Not Necessarily the News", thousands of viewers contributed to the books with their own Sniglets.
A few Sniglets:

"Eufirstics (yew fur' stiks) - n. Two people waiting on the phone for the other to hang up first."

"Nevitts (nev' itz) - n. The sandpaper-like deposits on a cat's tongue."

"Shocklet (shahk' lit) - n. The seldom-used third hole on an electrical outlet."

"Yotate (yoh' tayt) - v. To allow a yo-yo to unwind itself."
by Aki Graham Shitatsuchi December 30, 2009
anorexic skinny malnourished addictUsed to describe a female who has clearly not developed past 12 years old, lacks curves, looks boyish, and most likely an alcoholic and hardened drug addict. Common features include horse like face, and collapsed cheeks. Most likely to hail from Glasgow.
"I can't believe you got off with that sniglet last night at the dancing"
by donjy February 08, 2009
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