4 definitions by Nenya Gabriel

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A plot-bunny (idea for a story), especially one related to The Lord of the Rings. Originated at OFUM. It takes the form of a 'bunny' because of its resemblance to the Norwegian word for 'soft'.

"Nuzgul" originated as a mini-Balrog misspelling of "Nazgul," the undead Ring-wraiths from Tolkien's Middle-earth, but soon developed its own meaning.
"I just got a nuzgul that wants me to write about Rosie Cotton's childhood."
by Nenya Gabriel September 16, 2004
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Sen. John F. Kerry, American presidential candidate in 2004. Contrasted with his running-mate Sen. John Edwards Little John. (Kerry is taller than Edwards, and was running for the more important position.)
Did you get to see Big John and Theresa at the rally?
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Sen. John Edwards, American Vice-Presidential candidate in 2004. Contrasted with his running-mate Sen. John F. Kerry (Big John). (Kerry is taller than Edwards, and was running for the more important position.)
A lot of people think Little John is hotter than Big John. Little John is a ROCKSTAR!
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Noun. A shortened form of the term mini-Balrog. From Lord of the Rings online fandom. Can also refer to "mini-Balrogs" in non-LOTR fandom, in which case it is a short form of, for example, a mini-Jem'Hadar (Star Trek), a mini-Aragog (Harry Potter), etc.
"Oh, look! Someone just made a mini of Aragorn--'Arasgorn'. Oh, cute little Arasgorn!"
by Nenya Gabriel September 16, 2004
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