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Synonymous to "birthday" for an animal that hatches from eggs: snakes, crocodiles, platypuses, etc.
Happy hatchday! *Candles on a cake are blown out*
by Kenthar March 23, 2005

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Pb
The atomic symbol for Lead; a soft, malleable, ductile, bluish-white, dense metallic element, extracted chiefly from galena and used in containers and pipes for corrosives, solder and type metal, bullets, radiation shielding, paints, and antiknock compounds.

Lead (Pb) is another word for the bullets that you put into, and shoot out of a gun.
I like to make Pb sandwiches.

I opened fire with my MP5k and filled the fool full of Pb.
by Kenthar April 16, 2004

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A word that is spelled the same backwards as it is forwards, such as Kerrek or Radar
Kerrek and Radar are palindromes
by Kenthar July 23, 2003

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A short, usually excited and loud single utterance or shout. Wunderbar, Ow, Hey, Ugh, and Wow are all interjections, and usually followed by an exclaimation point and sometimes more speaking.
: Wunderbar! I won the lottery!
: Ow! That hurt!
: Hey! What are you doing?!
: Ugh! That's gross!
: Wow! You're awesome at Soul Calibur 2, Kenthar!
by Kenthar March 28, 2004

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A eurobeat song by Dave Rodgers. It speaks of shining stars, and getting the babe by being like a space boy.

Primarily featured in Initial D.
Every night you light me with your gasoline.
Everytime I feel delight when you recall my name.
So you can be my shining star tonite -
I'm not alone with all your love.
Fly across the sky,
you will be mine!
I can feel your dream with you - BABE!
by Kenthar April 06, 2004

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An imaginary word made up by someone with no education past 2nd grade.
by Kenthar August 10, 2003

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D:
A designation for a letter drive on a computer, as in a hard drive, hard drive partition, CD-ROM drive, etc.

Generally, because A: is reserved for a 3 1/2 inch floppy drive, B: for the obsolete 5 1/4 floppy drive (the letter is skipped if the drive does not exist), and C: for the first hard drive, D: is most often a second hard drive or a first CD-ROM drive.

Letters thereafter, such as E:, F:, G:, etc. can be filled by CD-ROM drives, burners, external hard drives, USB drives, and the like as necessary. While not required to be in alphabetical order, it is this way by default.
"Now open up the MS-DOS prompt and type in 'D:'"
"Okay."
by Kenthar August 31, 2005

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