Adjective; Extremely great or awe-inspiring; awesome for the set of beings with large jaws.
The Street Sharks think bloody hunks of fresh tuna are jawsome.
1. Contraction: Cyborg.
2. A fictional race of communalistic cyborgs originating in "Star Trek: The Next Generation".
3. Exclamation commonly used by muppet swedes. Also bork
Robocop was an inferior 'borg when compared to ED-209.
Resistance is futile; we are the Borg.
Borg borg borg.
1. An immediate surge in hit rate on a webserver caused by an announcement on a high-traffic website; a Nivenesque "flash crowd".
2. An unintentional denial of service to a website as a result of a surge in hit rate following an announcement on a high-traffic website.
See also: slashdotted
Bill Joy's _Dangers of Lego Blocks_ site succumbed to the slashdot effect scant hours after going live.
Wuxia can be crudely translated as "chivalrous warrior", and is used as an all-encompassing term to describe a genre of Chinese fiction that deals with knight-errant martial artists in the "Jianghu", or the composite fantasy world, as Eric Yin puts it, of "lumpen intelligentsia, adventurers, monks, priests, rebels, cultists, unemployed peasants and laborers, itinerant peddlers, beggars, disbanded soldiers, gangsters, smugglers, and other outcasts of society".
_Once Upon A Time In China_ is a terrific wuxia movie.