Popularized by Bill Watterson of Calvin and Hobbes fame, this word in fact does NOT go back to Shakespearean times as some uptarded dictionaries claim. Of course those dictionaries are mostly by descriptionists adhered to of in for by.
If you don't bug the fizznuck off, I'll transmogrify you into a long, pink, ribbed, slinky, stretchy, pre-worn umm, thing. Bizzle!
by Xaprb January 07, 2004
The process of changing an entity or object, often times at a genetic or sub-atomic level, into a new and different entity via bio-chemical manipulation or laser refracted heliostasis.
Althought we were unable to use the data in it's raw form, we were able to transmogrify it into an acceptable format for our data warehouse.
by theheadhunter August 11, 2004
The act of transmogrification.
"The caterpillar transmogrified."
by Howie Feltersnatch November 05, 2002