To destroy a building in the most comically dramatic way, as in a Roland Emmerich film.
Dude, did you see that old high rise that they Emmeriched downtown?

That guy Emmeriched my sandcastle!
by HelotheHandsome November 21, 2009
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1. A Northwest German city on the Rhine

2. A German surname
"I was on the Rhine and I went past Emmerich"
by GoHome64 April 28, 2010
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Very very dark panamanian/jamaican/british loser. His feet smell bad. He breaks everything, especially beautiful necklaces. He has a ghetto booty and a pudgy stomach that's awesome to punch and pinch.
"I pulled an Emmerich today."
"Oh god, that's embarassing, I'm sorry."
by Adele May 26, 2004
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1. This maneuver is the act of a person who leaves the computer, especially during a serious situation or where that person may be needed, without announcement of 'brb' or any warning that he or she is departing for a lengthy period of time.

2. An engrossing conversation is transpiring and the person is engaged in the debate but then after minutes pass by and people are waiting on his response, there's no signs of life and methods show the person has been away from the keyboard for some time or doing something else while others wait. Several minutes to hours later, the person who has performed the Emmerich Maneuver will often type in 'back' as if to say he had declared all along he was gone.

Verb: Emmerich, Emmeriching
Noun: Emmerich Maneuver, Emmeriching
Past Tense: Emmeriched
Antonym: Actually using 'afk', 'brb', 'bbiaf'
<Sephiroth> Did Hal pull an emmerich maneuver again?
<Larxene> I think he emmeriched about 3 hours ago

"I think hal is about to emmerich."
by Pollyester August 08, 2007
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1. This maneuver is the act of a person who leaves the computer, especially during a serious situation or where that person may be needed, without announcement of 'brb' or any warning that he or she is departing for a lengthy period of time.

2. An engrossing conversation is transpiring and the person is engaged in the debate but then after minutes pass by and people are waiting on his response, there's no signs of life and methods show the person has been away from the keyboard for some time or doing something else while others wait. Several minutes to hours later, the person who has performed the Emmerich Maneuver will often type in 'back' as if to say he had declared all along he was gone.

Verb: Emmerich, Emmeriching
Noun: Emmerich Maneuver, Emmeriching
Past Tense: Emmeriched
Antonym: Actually using 'afk', 'brb', 'bbiaf'
<Sephiroth> Did Hal pull an emmerich maneuver again?
<Larxene> I think he emmeriched about 3 hours ago

"I think hal is about to emmerich."
by Pollyester July 19, 2007
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