'Totally plus.' 'Absolutely good.' 'Majorly extra.'
From the Latin 'good faith'. The user of this
expression will be one who experiences a
positive feeling about something witnessed.
The professor was of the opinion that
her student's proposal was bonafidic.
Verb meaning 'to do poetry' in a nonreading manner.
It can range from pretending to be a Shakespearean
actor in one's own residence, to practicing lines in
public in order to memorize poems. The term can
also be an adjective with a different pronunciation.
The verb pronounces the last syllable as 'kate' and
the adjective pronounces the final syllable as 'kit'.
Omaha goes to High Park as often as possible to
poeticate whenever he has a skedded poetry gig.
Hip way to describe a 'neologism'.
Can be a verb, noun or adjective.
Greek to English: 'new' 'word'.
Hey man, what do you think of this coin here?
It's my neologo. Came up with it this morning.
What the United States gained as of 2009 January 20 following the inauguration of Barack Obama.
Thousands converge as Washington swells the clean spirit all wish to Bee Oh.
An expression that imparts a positive message:
'for sure' or 'that's good' or 'totally plus', etc.
Can be used as an adjective, as a noun or as
a verb to create an impression that is upbeat.
Sweat it not, my friend. That guy is totally bonafido.
You'll get your money back. And with some extra coin.
A person (overly) enthusiastic about Barack Obama.
plural: BO peeps … alternate spelling(s): BOpeep(s)
My friend began crying like all those BO peeps on the mall when Obama started into his inauguration speech.