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Thesaurus for err

Synonyms, antonyms, and related words for err

umm
it means shut up im thinking and i probably wont have a very good answer.
what is the capitopl of yugoslavia?
umm i think umm i dunno umm b something
by muldie325 (rs name) June 27, 2005
322 138
- An error or fault resulting from defective judgment, deficient knowledge, or carelessness.

- A misconception or misunderstanding.

- A word people like to throw around when someone they claim to be "friends with" does something they don't agree with or like. A way of belittling someone. A way to try and manipulate people's actions or future actions. Ignorance.

See clannie, plague, tard, sheep, lemming, troll, whoops, opps, WTF.
1) "I made a grave mistake when I ate that Haggis. It looked good, but it tasted like ass."

2) "When I called you "smart", I had no idea you were really such an idiot and a lemming. My mistake."

3) "I have to allow people to make mistakes. It's not my fault they like people who I think SUCK."

-or-

"Being friends with Jane Doe is a mistake. But, I won't tell you what to do or how to think."
by NottaFanNEMore December 06, 2004
81 36
uhh
The sound one makes when in a state of total confusion and/or while taking a pause mid-sentence.
Bob: Hey Suzie, doyawannalayme?
Suzie: Maybe, do you have any STD's?
Bob: Uhh... <prolonged "uhh">
by Niki January 07, 2004
191 44
(Orig. to enjoy or a word to compare two things.)
1. A term used by many junior high and high school students for having a crush.
2.(v.) same as "said" or "spoke"
3.In some teenage girls, a word spoken in between each word in a sentence.
1.Hey Jane, I heard that John likes you. Yeah, he really wants you.
2.". . .and so Strongbad was like, 'And the dragon comes in the NIIIIIIIIIGGGGHHT!'"
3. "Yeah, like, i think, like, N Sync is, like, sooooooo, like, cool and, like, dreamy."-some girl
by Fatass February 25, 2003
2157 352
When your computer freezes then starts playing an annoying sound over and over again, driving you so insane you decide to jump off a bridge with your computer in one hand and the manual in the other.
Person: "OMG! This ERROR not again!"
by Angry Salamander October 26, 2005
263 81
A small Suburban and somewhat rural area 45 minutes North West of Philadelphia. Glenmoore is a place where thousands of people but not in clsoe proximity. It is an area that is booming with new housing, and yet is not close to anything. Anyone who lives in Glenmoore PA probably goes to a Downingtown School. Everyone who lives in Glenmoore is forced to drive 5-10 miles to go to anywhere to hang out.
Why did it take you so long to get here?
"I live in Glenmoore"

Damn, Glenmoore is in the middle of nowhere!
by Nagle August 17, 2006
55 8
someone who messes up consistently
Your failing, Jimmy?! I swear it, you're gettin to be a screw up.
by Nicole February 16, 2004
318 59
um
More recently used to unintentionally irritate people who prefer straight forward answers. Literally, "something is urgently wrong but instead of me just immediately telling you, you must figure it out yourself in the amount of time it takes me to make this sarcastic and unhelpful remark."

Can be typed as well.
Example, this used to be proper protocol in an urgent situation--
Bob: "Joe, watch out for that large pothole you seem to be unknowingly driving into."
Joe: (avoiding pothole) “Thank you for your timely and straight-forward warning. I appreciate you using the first sentence after you were alerted to this danger to tell me about this pothole, instead of uttering a one-worded, useless phrase.”

Modern protocol, same situation--
Bob: (sarcastically) "Um..." Joe: “What?..... What?” (car drives into pothole)
Bob: “Wow, good job.”
by Jake Gus December 01, 2004
482 117
A game where opposing teams use either electric, gas, or spring powered replicas of real guns, to propel a small diameter ball-bearing(BB) at the opposing team. These replicas use varied weight bbs as ammunition, with each weight giving a different effect on the range, speed, and accuracy of the shot. The replicas can be upgraded by opening it up, and changeing various parts in order to achieve the effect desired. Most fields have an FPS limit, usually 400fps for automatic and semi-automatic firing replicas, and 550fps for single-shot bolt action rifles.
Most replicas used on field are either Gas powered or electric powered.
The electric powered ones use a battery that runs a motor, that turns a set of gears, which in turn cranks back a spring, which pulls back on a piston , which then raises the amount of air in the cylinder, which is all released at once raising the pressure behind the bb in the chamber which propels the bb down the barrel, all at the pull of the trigger. The gas replicas use ozone-friendly HFC-134a(weakest) or HFC22(strongest) to propel the bb down the barrel. The gas is stored in a resivior in the magazine(ammo storage) of the replica. Spring powered replicas use manual cocking of the piston in order to raise the amount of air in the cylinder behind the bb which is all released at once, raising the amount of air pressure behind the bb propeling it foward and down the barrel.
Military style tactics and dress are often used to the advantage of the player, which is why this game is often reffered to as "Mil-Sim(military simulation). The electric powered replicas are often modeled after real rifles and submachine-guns. The Gas powered replicas are oftern modeled after handguns and small submachineguns. And the spring powered replicas are modeled after a wide varity of real weapons, due to the simplicity of thier design.
The sport was oringinated in Japan, then quickly adopted in the US as an alternative to paintball. Airsoft has a relatively small following of people as opposed to the millions who play paintball, mostly due to the fact that paintball is more "user-friendly" due to the fact that most paintball guns look nothing like real guns, unlike airsoft. Airsoft requires a great deal of responsibility, due to the fact that if you are seen in public with these replicas, you could be arrested or even shot at.
Now stop using this dictionary as a forum, and flame each other somewhere else.
by matt August 23, 2003
1248 196
A grievous mistake that embarrasses (or should embarrass, at least) the committer.
Only after leaving his office did Mark realize his blunder: he had put his tie on backwards.
by Diggity Monkeez April 08, 2005
66 31