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Verb. From the Jedi Draft, "to Kenobi" is to obliterate an opponent with an incredibly long argument that many cannot even find the time to read fully. It originated from KenKenobi, who "Kenobied" his adversaries into submission with his classic mile-long posts.

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He thought he had won the debate, until I Kenobied him with the facts.
by Bill Gurly January 13, 2006
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Short for Obi-Wan Kenobi.

Kenobi is the unsung hero of the Star Wars saga. His ability to train The Chosen One the ways of the force when he himself was only just completing his own training is astounding. Often not regarded as one of the 'better' Jedi swordsmen, it is easily forgotten that he destroyed Darth Maul as a Padawan learner and also defeated the most potentially poweful Sith Lord in history: Darth Vader (who survived, but lost 3 limbs and was unable to breath without the aid of a machine because of the injuries sustained by Kenobi). General Kenobi (as was his title during the Clone Wars) became famous throughout the Republic for his great piloting and fighting skills but most notably for his ability to use peaceful means in order to discuss issues with the enemy. 'Kenobi the Great Mediator'.
Kenobi: "You were the Chosen One! It was said you would destroy the Sith, not join them!"
Vader: "I HATE YOU!"
by youknowmyname March 15, 2007
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Verb. From the Star Wars movies, "to kenobi" is to tell the truth by using words that mean something quite different to the listener than they mean to the speaker, as in Obi-Wan Kenobi's "Darth Vader betrayed and murdered your father" when Darth Vader, is, in fact, the father of the listener.
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The teacher asked me if I'd finished my assignment, so I kenobied her and told her that I had--after all, I've done exactly as much as I mean to do.
by FernWithy June 11, 2005
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