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An exclamation of surprise, often uttered by those of Italian ethnicity.
Mamamia! That's-a one good pizza!
by Rodney Basil October 07, 2003
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A false name used to hide an author's identity.

A pseudonym could not be used in a prank call. That would not authoring anything.
My pseudonym on UrbanDictionary.com is Rodney Basil.

Edward Stratemeyer used the pseudonym Carolyn Keane to write the Nacy Drew series.

I did not use a pseudonym when I told Mr. Diputs that my name was Anita Life, because I said that to his face.
by Rodney Basil April 30, 2004
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One who is retired. More often than not, a retiree is older than 70.
Retirees live at home until they have to live in a nursing home.
by Rodney Basil July 28, 2004
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1. A butt that is royal.

2. The nickname for one Princess Toadstool (Peach) of Mushroom Kingdom.

3. An insult, that is appropriate when someone is acting stuck up or snotty.
1. Your royal rumpus is big.

2. The Royal Rumpus got kidnapped by Bowser.

3. You're such a royal rumpus.\Your royal rumpus always gets it's way.
by Rodney Basil October 23, 2003
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Plural form of nemesis, meanig enemies or rivals. Can also be used after "arch-", meaning that someone/something is your worst enemy.

Not to be confused with "nemesi", which is not an actual word.
Rich and Don are my nemeses, because everywhere I go those two are always one-upping me.
by Rodney Basil July 08, 2004
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An imaginary place where children go when they don't want to grow up.

Not to be confused with NeverLand, which is located at Michael Jackson's place.
Wendy went to NeverNever Land and din't have to pay taxes.
by Rodney Basil May 20, 2004
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In baseball, a complete game by a pitcher in which he does not allow any member of the opposing team to reach base.
No pitcher has ever recorded more than one perfect game.
by Rodney Basil May 23, 2004
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