Thesaurus for Elphaba
Synonyms, antonyms, and related words for Elphaba
October 31, 2005 Urban Word of the Day
New England slang that adds emphasis. Synonymous with really, very and hella.
To describe how great something is: "This car is wicked cool!"
To show aggravation: "This fucking guy is a wicked asshole!"
To show frustration: "That guy is wicked slow!"
To show amazement: "Wow, that game is wicked awesome!"
To describe a person: "She's a wicked bitch!"
To describe the weather: "Man, it's wicked hot out here!"
To emphasize feelings: "That story made me wicked sad!"
To exaggerate your point: "That took a wicked long time!"
"That wicked cool car is wicked fast is owned by that wicked old guy, who drives it wicked slow when it's wicked hot out, which makes me wicked sad cause I'm wicked broke and I got to walk a wicked long way."
Glinda or Galinda,The Good Witch of the North. First created by L.Frank.Baum in his novel "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz". Then created as Galinda/Glinda in Gregory Maguire's novel "Wicked", which was created into the broadway musical WICKED protrayed by Kristen Chenoweth.
Look it's glinda
Glinda: It's good to see me isn't it!
A play with music and dancing in it.
You're A Good Man Charlie Brown
Beauty and The Beast
1. An Ounce.
1. "I only sell oz's and up."
2. "Come to oz and I'll show you a mutha-fucking oz."
A street known in each of three large cities as the historical, cultural, and commercial center of the city. In the Chicago neighborhood of Uptown, Broadway is home to the Aragon Ballroom, Riviera Theater, Uptown Theatre, and Green Mill Jazz Club. In San Francisco, Broadway Street celebrates the city’s culture through adult oriented venues such as the Condor Club, the hungry i Club, the Showgirls theater, and the City Lights Bookstore. As I grew up near San Francisco, I always figured that’s why it’s called “Broad”way. So, when traveling with my fiancée in New York, and she asked me if I wanted to catch a show on Broadway Avenue, well… let’s just say the resulting misunderstanding led to a substantial fight.
Tourist 1: Hey, do you want to pick up a show on Broadway?
Tourist 2: I don't know. In this city, would it be "The King and I" or "The King and Di"?
The original name of Glinda the Good, in Gregory Maguire's book "Wicked". She changes it to "Glinda" in the memory of Dr. Dillamond, who mispronounced her name as "Glinda".
This name is also used in the Broadway production of Wicked, based on the book. The role was originated by Kristin Chenoweth.
Galinda: ...think of celebrated heads of state or 'specially great communicators, did they have brains or knowledge? Don't make me laugh! They were popular!
Broadway star. Occasionally green, always awesome. Has an EXTREMELY devoted/insane/obsessed fan base. Sings better than you. Or you. Yeah, or you.
Oh my frickin' GOD, Idina Menzel just posted on her blog! I have to go comment in hopes that she might possibly read it and email me back and then my life would be complete! OH MY GOD OH MY GOD OH MY GOD! *breaks out into a terrible rendition of "Defying Gravity" and faints*
1. One who practices witchcraft (not neccasarily connected with Wicca).
It is also used to describe those who follow the Wiccan religion, and, in some instances, those who practice any type of magick (Goetic, Herbal, Enochian, etc).
2. A bitter or hateful women. Used in a deragatory sense. A hag, if you will.
3. A less insulting (if there is such a thing) form of call someone a bitch.
Salem, Massachusetts and many other places held several trials for those who were seen as "evil witches." As a result, many innocent people were killed.
AWESOME Broadway actress; Played "Elphaba" in Wicked; left the show at the Pantages theater, Los Angeles on December 30th, 2007; starring in "Flora the Red Menace" from May 6th-18th; starring as "Maureen" in "RENT" from May 30th-September 7th.
We went to see Eden Espinosa last night and she was AWESOME!
the main male protagonist in both the novel and Broadway production Wicked. (Spoiler!) at first he appears to be in love with Galinda (the Broadway version) but becomes Elphaba's lover instead.
the trouble with schools is, they always teach the wrong lesson
believe me, i've been kicked out of enough of them to know!
--Dancing Through Life, sung by Fiyero in the Wicked Broadway production