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35 definitions by Stephanie M.

 
29.
Invented holiday to take the place of Christmas for non-Christians. Derived from the name of a character, Yukito, from the TV show "Card Captor Sakura." The holiday celebrates peace, love, and everday kindness. Like Christmas, it falls on December 25. "Yuki" means "snow" in Japanese.
Merry Yukimas to all, and to all a good night.
Stephanie M. tarafından 11 Aralık 2003, Perşembe
 
30.
Having, owning, or containing many swords. May also be used as a synonym for 'sword' and 'swords.'
"Geo's got swordage. He owns about 50 authentic samurai swords."

"Check out the swordage, man."
Stephanie M. tarafından 27 Ekim 2003, Pazartesi
 
31.
Can be used as a noun for a group of players who decide to work and fight together in a video game. May also be used as a verb for the act of banding together and cooperating with other game players.
"We're making a party to head into this Orc Dungeon, wanna join?"
Stephanie M. tarafından 28 Ekim 2003, Salı
 
32.
1. Friend, pal, buddy, homey.....
someone you're cool with.
Hey Chief! What's up?

See ya later Cheif.
STEPHANIE M. tarafından 4 Mart 2005, Cuma
 
33.
Common mispronunciation of Duct Tape. The duck pictured on the label apparently contributes to the confusion over the name.
"Duck tape can fix anything!"
"Except your inability to pronounce the 't' at the end of 'duct.'"
Stephanie M. tarafından 2 Ocak 2004, Cuma
 
34.
1) Colloquial slang term for a sandwich, that is, a prepared food consisting of ingredients, such as meat, cheese, or vegetables, placed inbetween two slices of bread.

2) A sandwich specially made for a person named Sam.

3) A threesome involving at least one person named Sam.
Woman, go make me a sammich!
Stephanie M. tarafından 17 Aralık 2003, Çarşamba
 
35.
"Anime" is a derivative form of "animation," coined in Japan to refer to all kinds of animation, both domestic and foreign. The word has a more specific meaning in Europe and North America, specifying Japanese animation. American fans of anime usually make a clear distinction between cartoons, such as Looney Tunes and Disney, and anime, which has certain different characteristics.

Anime, as defined in North America, has a distinct art style, often featuring large eyes, small noses, and bright colors. Animation from Japan is geared towards a Japanese audience, which has looser censorship standards, allowing nudity, violence, and mature themes in programming for children and teens; this is perfectly acceptable in Japan. Only a relatively small percentage of anime is pornographic (see hentai).

Unlike Disney animated movies and Saturday morning cartoons in America, Japanese anime is not always made for and marketed to children. Some anime have complex storylines and characters, exploring mature themes. Every genre is represented in anime, from drama to comedy to romance, fantasy to horror.

"Japanimation" is a synonym for anime, but is not used as much.

See also manga and otaku.
"She became an anime fan when she saw Fushigi Yuugi at a friend's house."
Stephanie M. tarafından 2 Temmuz 2003, Çarşamba