n. (tuh.net.un.bar)

A word used by Maurice Moss in the Channel 4 sitcom The IT Crowd, whilst appearing on a fictional edition of the popular daytime game show 'Countdown.' There are no known uses of the word, prior to the IT Crowd.
by Mr. Randomer July 04, 2010
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A type of blouse introduced in the late 20th century by Icelandic fashion designer Lineham Grahamstrom. It was inspired by older 18th century style of outerwear often used by both men and women of Nordic Ayoade clan for fishing, boating, and whoring out after a night of binge drinking.

David Bowie once wore one of these at a Ziggy Stardust concert.
Good morning! That's a nice tnetennba.
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One who looks up words which have been artificially created for the purpose of fiction or comedy.
I've just realised that I'm a Tnetennba.
by JB42 June 30, 2010
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A 9 letter word, made famous by British comedy "The IT Crowd". Good for games of Countdown.
by uberhellie July 04, 2010
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A word whose function is purely to attract traffic to a website; a gratuitously used keyword whose presence is aimed at attracting the search engines attention and improving the website’s placement in search results.
I was googling 'herbal remedies' to find a natural way to treat my man flu, but gave up because all Google gave me was a load of tnetennba-filled sites selling viagra.
by nist585 July 03, 2010
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