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  • Words, Phrases, Slang
    • Alloway / Masata
        • Greeting used by the Acquarans. (Season 1 episode Jeremiah Crichton)
    • Amnexus
        • Leviathan organ system. Produces amnexus fluid that can be used as an environment for laundering clothes. The amnexus fluids are known to freeze in elderly Leviathans. (Season 2 episode Vitas Mortis)
    • Anti-dentite
        • Kramer calls Jerry an anti-dentite for discriminating against his dentist Tim Whatley that converted to Judaism. (Season 8 episode The Yada Yada)
    • Armenian Conveyer Belt
        • Sexual act proposed at Tommy's bachelor party. (Season 2 episode I'm Retired)
    • B-Cakes
        • Slang word that Beth makes up, the street version of Bitchcakes. Lisa: "Where are you going?" Beth: "I'm going to go fax my new words around, see how long it takes them to show up on Melrose Place. Catch you later, B-cakes. That's the street version." (Season 2 episode Physical Graffiti, title inspired by Led Zeppelin)
    • Baldist
        • Jerry calls Elaine a baldist for not ever dating a bald man. (Season 3 episode The Tape)
    • Beef Castle
        • Slang for good-looking guy, the way Adam describes the fake guy the guys create for Jillian to date (Season 1 episode Straight Up Juggahos)
    • Bitchcakes
        • Slang word that Beth makes up. Beth: "If my boyfriend acted like that, I'd go absolutely bitchcakes." Lisa: "Bitchcakes?" Beth: "I just made that up. You think it's gonna catch on?" (Season 2 episode Physical Graffiti, title inspired by Led Zeppelin)
    • Blackwhite
        • Applied to an opponent, it means the habit of impudently claiming that black is white, in contradiction of the plain facts. Applied to a Party member, it means a loyal willingness to say that black is white when Party discipline demands this. But it means also the ability to believe that black is white, and more, to know that black is white, and to forget that one has ever believed the contrary. This demands a continuous alteration of the past, made possible by the system of thought which really embraces all the rest, and which is known in Newspeak as doublethink.
    • Blonkies
        • Black people's version of slang term honkie, in an alternate history where black slaves revolted and took over the country. (Season 5 episode The End)
    • Blotching
        • Adverb similar to frelling (Season 1 episode Till the Blood Runs Clear)
    • Blue-Face Blastoff
        • Slang for auto-erotic asphyxiation in episode Higher Love. One hand on the Adam's apple, the other one's on the Adam's banana.
    • Bone Cone
        • Slang for erection. "Okay, well, you're not sorry because you're popping a straight-up bone cone over that damn newspaper." (Season 1 episode To Friend a Predator)
    • Bonejackers
        • Mercenaries that snatch people out of the past just before they die, to be used as replacement bodies for rich people.
    • Bonosphere
        • The outer layer of some atmospheres, such as Kanvia's. (Season 3 episode Thanks for Sharing)
    • Brain Grandchild
        • Term Michael coins, meaning the brainchild of brainchild, referring to Dunder Mifflin Infinity, the technology overhaul project that his protege Ryan came up with. (Season 4 episode Launch Party)
    • Brain-Windexing
        • Term Annie uses asking if it's legal for companies to advertise without you knowing it in Season 6 episode 7 Advanced Safety Feature.
    • Bring The Corn
        • An expression, Thanksgiving version of Raise the Roof. (Season 5 episode Charlie and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good Very Bad Thanksgiving)
    • Bro-ciopath
        • The real KZN fraternity brothers warn the guys about Stan Halen. "Be careful, Stan's, like, a real psych-bro-path. Yeah, he's a, uh, bro-ciopath." (Season 4 episode Brociopath)
    • Bro-mophobe
        • A person with a dislike of or prejudice against bros (fraternity members). (Season 4 episode Brociopath)
    • Bronco
        • Slang for sexual act when guy fucks girl from behind and yells out a name other than hers and than holds on tight when she tries to buck him off. (Season 1 episode Popping Cherry)
    • Browning Out
        • Phrase Mac comes up with - it's when you drink so much that everything goes brown. It's not as severe as a blackout, because you remember bits and pieces. (Season 6 episode Who Got Dee Pregnant?)
    • BTB
        • According to Darryl, BTB is text abbreviation for Bring That Booty (Season 7 episode China)
    • Bunnymaker
        • Slang word that Beth makes up. Beth: "When Stewie's around, you still want to shake your bunnymaker." Lisa: "I do not, and the word is moneymaker." Beth: "Hello, I know, it's another new one I made up." (Season 2 episode Physical Graffiti, title inspired by Led Zeppelin)
    • Bup-bup-bup-bup
        • Sexual act proposed at Tommy's bachelor party. (Season 2 episode I'm Retired)
    • Butt Johns
        • Sex act advertised on commercial for Crazy Bruno's Ho-Sale Ho-House Wharehouse! (Season 1 episode 13 Too Much Closure for Comfort)
    • Butter Face
        • Slang for a girl with a nice body, "...but her face". (Season 1 episode Popping Cherry)
    • Cacking
        • Another word for "dying" that Chiana uses. (Season 3 episode Suns and Lovers)
    • Caftan
        • Word Chiana uses for pants. Chiana: Keep it in your caftan. (Season 1 episode The Hidden Memory)
        • A safe. The Client tells Mando that he has a camtono of Beskar waiting for him upon the delivery of the asset. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1) retrieves payment for the baby Yoda bounty in the form of a camtono of Beskar. (Season 1 episode Chapter 3 The Sin) Cobb Vanth tells Mando that he stole a camtono of Silicax crystals from The Mining Collective, which he later trades to the Jawas for Boba Fett's Beskar armor. (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal)
    • Category
        • An individual with an ability or power that sets them apart from the rest of humanity. The higher the power level, the higher the number the machine assigns. (Season 2 episode A.E.G.I.S. and You)
    • Chautauqua
        • Philosophical discussion. "What is in mind is a sort of Chautauqua... that's the only name I can think of for it... like the traveling tent-show Chautauquas that used to move across America, this America, the one that we are now in, an old-time series of popular talks intended to edify and entertain,improve the mind and bring culture and enlightenment to the ears and thoughts of the hearer."
    • Chickenhead
        • To himself John Isidore thought acidly, And it's gone away for me, too, without my having to emigrate. He had been a special now for over a year, and not merely in regard to the distorted genes which he carried. Worse still, he had failed to pass the minimum mental faculties test, which made him in popular parlance a chickenhead. Upon him the contempt of three planets descended. However, despite this, he survived. He had his job, driving a pickup and delivery truck for a false-animal repair firm; the Van Ness Pet Hospital and his gloomy, gothic boss Hannibal Sloat accepted him as human and this he appreciated. Mors certa, vita incerta, as Mr. Sloat occasionally declared. Isidore, although he had heard the expression a number of times, retained only a dim notion as to its meaning. After all, if a chickenhead could fathom Latin he would cease to be a chickenhead.
    • Chode-a-Phil
        • Sex act advertised on commercial for Crazy Bruno's Ho-Sale Ho-House Wharehouse! (Season 1 episode 13 Too Much Closure for Comfort)
    • Complinsult
        • Part compliment part insult Britta says Jeff coined in Intermediate documentary filmmaking.
    • Con-mercials
        • Britta's nickname for commercials in Season 6 episode 7 Advanced Safety Feature.
    • Continental Hot Sock
        • The puppet Goofer offers Detective Edwards a sexual act called a "Continental Hot Sock" for 50 cents, for which he would need a gallon of kombucha and some oatmeal.
    • Coup D'étoe
        • Comedy bit that George comes up with: George: The big toe is like the captain of the toes, but sometimes the toe next to the big toe gets so big that there's like a power struggle and the second toe assumes control of the foot. (Season 3 episode The Tape)
    • Crank
        • Zenetan expletive: They blasted the crank out of me! (Season "1 episode The Flax)
    • Crazappy
        • Fake slang - Catherine offers Bill some ideas about how to fix his Rocket Fuel malt liquor spots - means crazy good (Season 3 episode Office Feud)
    • Crimethink
        • The Newspeak word for thoughtcrime (thoughts that are unorthodox, or are outside the official government platform), as well as the verb meaning "to commit thoughtcrime".
    • Crisi-tunity
        • When Lisa says that the Chinese use the same word for crisis and opportunity, Homer thinks that word is Crisi-tunity. (Season 6 episode Fear of Flying)
    • Culleh
        • Acquaran word meaning love. Priestain Neera: "It is obvious Lishala feels culleh for the stranger." (Season 1 episode Jeremiah Crichton)
    • D.M.Y.
        • 
New girl at Springfield Elementary School Alex's slang = Don't Mess Yourself. (Season 10 episode Lard of the Dance)
    • Damascectomy
        • Gail Andrews was not exactly a household name, but the moment you mentioned President Hudson, cream whips and the amputation of Damascus (the world had moved on from surgical strikes. The official term had in fact been 'Damascectomy', meaning the `taking out' of Damascus), everyone remembered who you meant.
    • Dills-noofus
        • Fake slang - Catherine offers Bill some ideas about how to fix his Rocket Fuel malt liquor spots - What people are calling their friends and homeys and peeps (Season 3 episode Office Feud)
    • Dinkin Flicka
        • One of the phrases Darryl teaches Michael to help with his interaction conversations, also known as "Things us negros say." (Season 2 episode Casino Night)
    • Double Dutch Fudge Rudder
        • Sex act from a deleted scene. First guy grabs his own dick and puts his finger in his ass while another guy works his arms for him.
    • Double Dutch Rudder
        • Sex act in which two guys work each other's arms while they hold their own dicks. It's like jerking off together, but not gay.
    • Drad
        • Word meaning neat, awesome, cool. Chiana tells Crichton that according to Molnon, the Gathering is the dradest. (Season 2 episode Taking the Stone)
    • Drannit
        • Sebacean slang for bastard, asshole: You are such a Drannit. (Season 3 episode Green Eyed Monster)
    • Draz
        • Nebari curse word. Chiana: "We can Starburst the draz out of here!" (Season 1 episode Durka Returns)
    • Dredgenaut
        • Derogatory term Chiana uses, referring to Scrran soldiers: "We can take those dredgenauts on!" (Peacekeeper Wars)
    • Duckspeak
        • A Newspeak term meaning literally to quack like a duck or to speak without thinking. Duckspeak can be either good or "ungood" (bad), depending on who is speaking, and whether what they are saying is in following with the ideals of Big Brother. To speak rubbish and lies may be ungood, but to speak rubbish and lies for the good of "The Party" may be good.
    • Dunking The Cosmic Donut
        • Sexual position the new entertainment model android offers One (Season 1 episode 7)
    • Dwyer Shower
        • When Andy doesn't have ti me to shower he rubs his armpits with air fresheners, and calls it a Dwyer Shower. (Season 5 episode Animal Control)
    • Eema
        • Luxon word for rear end. D'Argo to Chiana: "You are a real pain in the eema! But one I have grown to enjoy." (Season 1 episode Family Ties)
    • Eighth-iest
        • Blake: "Okay, yeah, I don't really believe in a supreme being. I'm, uh I guess you could say I'm more of a eighth-eist." (Season 7 episode Party Gawds)
    • Everythingship
        • New word that Joe and Beck invent for their game of Scrabble, using only fake words. A noun. Defined as, "a meeting of the minds, bodies and souls.” (Season 1 episode Everythingship)
    • Fantacrap
        • A word Jay coins, meaning a mixture of fantasy and crap. Used in reference to the film Lorenzo's Oil. (Season 1 episode Dr. Jay)
    • Farko
        • Slang for bullshit. Jool: "Well, need I say more? If you learned about it in military school, it's certain to be farko." (Season 3 episode ...Different Destinations)
    • Fear-ection
        • When she puts the fear of God into your boner. (Season 1 episode Checkpoint Gnarly)
    • Fekkik
        • Slang for stupid, foolish. (Season 3 episode Scratch 'n' Sniff, Season 4 episode A Prefect Murder)
    • Felty
        • The puppet Goofer offers Detective Edwards a sexual act called a "Felty" for 50 cents, for which he would need a fancy ballroom glove and a couple of clothespins. It's quite complex, but for 50 cents, it's a bargain.
    • Fleece It Out
        • One of the phrases Darryl teaches Michael to help with his interaction conversations, also known as "Things us negros say." (Season 2 episode Casino Night)
    • Flork
        • According the Cliff, the thing that holds little flags to mailboxes (Season 4 episode 5 Diane's Nightmare)
    • Forgotten Arm
        • Belter phrase that means, the thing you never see coming, explained by Miller. (Season 1 episode Dulcinea)
        • Curse word, similar to screw or fuck, i.e. "Frak your father." (Season 1 episode PK Tech Girl)
    • Freakend
        • A freaky weekend. Anders: "All I want this weekend is to get a hickey on my neck so when we go back to the office, everyone's like, Did you see Ders? He had a freakend, for sure." (Season 7 episode Monstalibooyah)
    • Freejack
        • People snatched out of the past by mercenaries known as bonejackers.
    • Frellnik
        • Sebacean slang for something that smells bad. (Season 3 episode Revenging Angel)
    • Frodank
        • Slang. D'Argo: "How did such a great warrior fall for such an obvious trick? You blame me? If I hadn't listen to your frodank of an idea about a deal You had no better idea."(Season 1 episode DNA Mad Scientist)
    • Froth Mouth
        • Slang Chiana uses - madman, lunatic. Some froth-mouth with a metal eye shut off all the lights. (Season 1 episode Durka Returns)
    • The Funky Spider-Man
        • Slang BoJack comes up with for auto-erotic asphyxiation because he hangs and shoots webbing in episode Higher Love. Like seeing a rainbow, but with all the colors (so like a regular rainbow)
    • Garanta's Brax
        • Hynerian slang, equivalent of rat's ass. (Season 1 episode Throne for a Loss)
    • Girthquake Punani
        • The sex move that Adam made up when the guys were watching dumb environmental films. (Season 7 episode The Most Dangerless Game)
    • Gletch
        • Substitute for hell. Rygel: "What the gletch is happening?" (Season 3 episode Meltdown)
    • Glip Glop
        • Derogatory slang for Traflorkians. It's like the n-word and the c-word had a baby and it was raised by all the bad words for Jews. (Season 1 episode Ricksy Business)
    • Globber
        • The noise made by a live, swamp- dwelling mattress that is deeply moved by a story of personal tragedy. The word can also mean the noise made by the Lord High Sanvalvwag of Hollop on discovering that he has forgotten his wife's birthday for the second year running.
    • Going Mach Five
        • One of the phrases Darryl teaches Michael to help with his interaction conversations, also known as "Things us negros say." (Season 2 episode Casino Night)
    • Goodsex
        • Goodsex is the normal intercourse between man and wife, for the sole purpose of begetting children and without physical pleasure; all else is sexcrime.
    • Goodthink
        • These entail thoughts that are approved by the Party and follow its policies, ideals and interpretations. It is the opposite of crimethink.
    • Gravy Sores
        • Sex act advertised on commercial for Crazy Bruno's Ho-Sale Ho-House Wharehouse! (Season 1 episode 13 Too Much Closure for Comfort)
    • Greifstracken
        • Charlie: "Not sure if you know, but "grief-stricken" comes from the German, 'greifstracken', which means to grieve violently." (Episode Charlie and the Warden's Dirty Secret)
    • Grot
        • Sebacean term for military grunt, as in, This is grot's work. (Season 1 episode PK Tech Girl)
    • Grotless
        • Nebari word, replacement for witless, as in "I'm scared grotless, not stupid." (Season 1 episode Through the Looking Glass)
    • Gubba Nub Nub Doo Rah Kah
        • A phrase that means, "whatever lets you sleep at night" in Birdperson's people's tongue. (Season 1 episode Ricksy Business)
    • Guten Pranken
        • 
A good prank. Jim comes up with several as Dwight's bestest mensch. (Season 9 episode Finale)
    • Guzzizah
        • Fake slang - Catherine offers Bill some ideas about how to fix his Rocket Fuel malt liquor spots - What people on the street are saying instead of Whassup, means hello or goodbye, sort a street aloha (Season 3 episode Office Feud)
    • Hazmot
        • Luxon slang, equivalent to bitch, as in, You son of a hazmot. (Season 2 episode Out of Their Minds)
    • Hezmana
        • Luxan word to emphasize irritation, replacement for hell, as in, "What the hezmana happened to you?" (Season 1 episode Through the Looking Glass) D'Argo: What the hezmana are you doing? (Season 2 episode Home on the Remains)
    • Hobbit Bobbit
        • Sex act advertised on commercial for Crazy Bruno's Ho-Sale Ho-House Wharehouse! (Season 1 episode 13 Too Much Closure for Comfort)
    • Homer
        • New word added to dictionary after Homer saves Springfield from a nuclear meltdown: oun 1. American bonehead, 2. Pull a Homer - to succeed despite idiocy (Season 3 episode Homer Defined)
    • Hootsie
        • Word Beck makes up to describe how she feels about how her first kiss went down: "I still feel like a hootsie for it.”, which becomes the basis for their game of Scrabble using only fake words. (Season 1 episode Everythingship)
    • Illz-nidiotic
        • Fake slang - Catherine offers Bill some ideas about how to fix his Rocket Fuel malt liquor spots - means idiotic (Season 3 episode Office Feud)
    • Improversation
        • Michael: "My philosophy is basically this. And this is something that I live by. And I always have, and I always will. Don't ever for any reason do anything to anyone for any reason, ever, no matter what. No matter where or who, or who you are with or where you are going, or or where you've been Ever For any reason whatsoever. Sometimes I'll start a sentence, and I don't even know where it's going. I just hope I find it along the way. Like an improv conversation. An improversation." (Season 5 episode The Duel)
    • The Infinite Moebius
        • Sexual position the new entertainment model android offers One (Season 1 episode 7)
    • Jibber
        • Word meaning talk in a nonsensical manner. Must you jibber while I'm eating? (Season 1 episode Back and Back and Back to the Future)
    • Juka
        • Substitute for god, heavens. Br'Nee says, "My Juka," when he learns that Zhaan is a Delvian. (Season 1 episode Bone To Be Wild)
    • Kanish
        • Word meaning to board a ship without permission. (Season 3 episode Meltdown)
    • Kavorca
        • According to the Latvian Orthodox clergyman, Kramer has the Kavorca, the lure of the animal. (Season 5 episode The Conversion) Jerry mentions that Kramer has the Kavorca when Uma Thurman giver him her number at the movie theater. (Season 6 episode The Secretary)
    • Khamshin
        • Slang for clusterfuck. We're in the middle of a massive khamshin. (Season 3 episode Suns and Lovers)
    • Krandack
        • A metal. D'Argo: "Your butt must be made out of reinforced krandack. (Season 2 episode Vitas Mortis)
    • Kwyjibo
        • Bart's Scrabble word, which he claims means, Big dumb balding North American ape with no chin. (Season 1 episode Bart the Genius)
    • Le Problemo De La Bangarama
        • Joke somebody makes about Charlie's women problems: "The French has a name for this kind of problem. It's called 'Le problemo de la bangarama.'" (Episode Charlie Has a Threesome)
    • Level 7 Susceptible
        • Term Honda rep uses to describe the dean in Season 6 episode 7 Advanced Safety Feature.
    • The London Bridge
        • One of Charlie's nicknames for a two guys, one girl three-way that he mentions to Sean after a girl offers to have sex with both of them. Charlie: "So are we going to do this? You mean the London Bridge? The push me, pull you? The two hot dogs on a bun?" (Episode Charlie and Sean Fight Over a Girl)
    • Looks Like Someone Took The Slow Train From Philly.
        • Phrase used in the Martin family (Angela's family) that's code for "Check out the slut." (Season 3 episode The Convention)
    • Loomas
        • Breasts. Rygel to Chiana: Every time I think that there's more to you than a pair of pushed up loomas in a corset, you disappoint me. (Season 2 episode Liars, Guns and Money Part II: With Friends Like These…)
    • Loose Butthole
        • Slang the guys use in various episodes, means bad, sucky, etc. (Season 1 episode The Strike)
    • Manny
        • Male nanny, joke Chandler makes: "You got a man who's a nanny? You got a manny? You know, I don't mind a male nanny but I do draw the line at male wet nurse." (Season 9 episode The One With the Male Nanny)
    • Manswer
        • The answer to a question about a woman, from one man to another. (Season 6 episode The Fabulous Murphy Sisters)
    • Manversation
        • A conversation between men about a woman. (Season 6 episode The Fabulous Murphy Sisters)
    • Mexican Hair Lips
        • Sex act advertised on commercial for Crazy Bruno's Ho-Sale Ho-House Wharehouse! (Season 1 episode 13 Too Much Closure for Comfort)
    • Mexican Halloween
        • Sexual position mentioned by Chang in season 1 episode Introduction to Statistics.
    • Milla Nerve
        • Nerve in a Nebari's back. Pressing on it can paralyze a Nebari from the neck down, either temporarily or permanently. (Season 4 episode Bringing Home the Beacon)
    • Mimbo
        • Jerry calls Elaine's new boyfriend Tony a male bimbo, a mimbo. (Season 5 episode The Stall)
    • Mivonks
        • Slang for testicles. Aeryn tells Crichton that Matala was leading D'Argo around by his mivonks. (Season 1 episode Back and Back and Back to the Future) When John says he did it before, Chiana tells him, yeah, by the skin of his mivonks. (Season 1 episode Nerve). Rygel says, "Curse my mivonks." (Season 2 episode Taking the Stone) Aeryn says D'Argo is thinking with his mivonks. (Season 2 episode The Ugly Truth)
    • Miz-moronic
        • Fake slang - Catherine offers Bill some ideas about how to fix his Rocket Fuel malt liquor spots - means moronic (Season 3 episode Office Feud)
    • Munsoned
        • To be up a creek without a paddle, or to have the world in the palm of your hand and blow it.
    • Negnec
        • Slang for a helpless animal, as in, You couldn't kill a Negnec. (Season 3 episode Scratch 'N' Sniff)
    • Nerfer
        • Insult, name Larraq calls Crichton behind his back. (Season 1 episode A Bug's Life)
    • Nocturnalia
        • Word coined by Borne for the way that life now welled up in unexpected ways whenever darkness slid over the city.
    • Nubbinectomy
        • Joke Chandler makes about the procedure to remove his nubbin, also known as his third nipple. (Season 3 episode The One With Phoebe's Ex-Partner)
    • Osserpxe
        • Word used in Joe and Beck's game of Scrabble using only fake words. (Season 1 episode Everythingship)
    • Otter
        • Term Dee explains to Frank at gat gentleman's club Club Risqué: A subsection of bear. Still hairy, but where a bear generates his power through sheer mass alone, the otter generates his power through extraordinary quickness, cunning, and skill. (Season 8 episode The Gang Recycles Their Trash)
    • Overmine
        • Word Jake makes up when Captain Holt accuses him of trying to undermine C.J. - Jake claims, if anything, he wanted him to succeed, he was trying to overmine him. (Season 4 episode The Overmining)
    • Ownlife
        • Ownlife refers to the tendency to enjoy being solitary or individualistic, which is considered subversive. Winston Smith comments that even to go for a walk alone or to sing to oneself can be regarded as suspicious.
    • Pancake Press
        • Sex act advertised on commercial for Crazy Bruno's Ho-Sale Ho-House Wharehouse! (Season 1 episode 13 Too Much Closure for Comfort)
    • Papoon
        • Melmackian word for the number right after ten (Season 3 Standing in the Shadows of Love)
    • Paraphoral Nerve
        • A part of Sebacean physiology that removes toxins from the body. If damaged, it does not regenerate and toxins will build up until death. A tissue graft from a genetically compatible donor is the only way to repair it. (Season 1 episode Nerve)
    • Pawnee Caviar
        • Leslie: I told you that Eagletonians are awful, terrible people. They call their boogers Pawnee caviar. (Season 5 episode Pawnee Commons)
    • Pellish Venker
        • Slang insult, as in, A hiccup is involuntary, you pellish venker! (Season 3 episode Relativity)
    • Perfectenschlag
        • Dwight: "The Schrutes have a word for when everything in a man's life comes together perfectly." (Season 8 episode Special Project)
    • Pilafing
        • "Do you know what they do to a puppet ex-cop in prison? They will tear out all of his stuffing and fill him back up with rice pilaf. And then they'll fuck it. They fuck that rice until it's more like a mashed potato."
    • Pippety Poppety, Give Me The Zoppety
        • Black-man phrase Darryl teaches Michael to prepare him for his salary negotiation. (Season 3 episode The Negotiation) Darryl: "And don't forget the new black-man phrase I taught you." Michael: "Pippety poppety, give me the zoppety."
    • Pizzled
        • Word that O'Neill makes up to describe the recent milk shipment, in order to contact the automated factory.
        • Inebriated. Joe Chip's test equipment was still in his car because he had been too pizzled on papapot to get the trunk of his hovercar open.
    • Pleck
        • From a nonsense phrase that Woody uses - "Just missed by a cat's pleck" (Season 4 episode 5 Diane's Nightmare)
    • Pleek
        • To mess with, or sneak around. Chiana tells the Clansmen on the Royal cemetery planet to stop pleeking around. (Season 2 episode Taking the Stone)
    • Plok
        • Tavlek term meaning crap, as in: Sick of hearing your plok. (Season 1 episode Throne for a Loss)
    • Poozle
        • R.P. McMurphy: "Now they tell me a psychopath's a guy fights too much and fucks too much, but they ain't wholly right, do you think? I mean, whoever heard tell of a man gettin' too much poozle?". R.P. McMurphy: "There you'll be. It's the Big Chief Bromden, cuttin' down the boulevard - men, women, and kids rockin' back on their heels to peer at him: ‘Well well well, what giant's this here, takin' ten feet at a step and duckin' for telephone wires?' Comes stompin' through town, stops just long enough for virgins, the rest of you twitches might's well not even line up 'less you got tits like muskmelons, nice strong white legs long enough to lock around his mighty back, and a little cup of poozle warm and juicy and sweet as butter an' honey ..."
    • Pornographic Memory
        • Adam claims to be able to remember everything about every porno he's ever seen. Adam: "But I'll admit it, having a pornographic memory doesn't hurt. I cannot forget a dick. Which is crazy, 'cause you can't remember anything else, right? Yeah, no, I can't remember what I ate for breakfast. I can't remember, like, my social security number, which is an issue sometimes, but I remember, like, every frame of the porno that I cranked down to in the mirror last night." (Season 5 episode Dorm Daze)
    • Prabakto
        • Rygel calls Crichton a lucky prabakto as he's heading into the wormhole, back home to Earth. (Season 1 episode A Human Reaction)
    • Prowt
        • An unpleasant odor, as in, Smells like prowt. (Season 3 episode I-Yensch, You-Yensch)
    • Punklassical
        • Word used in Joe and Beck's game of Scrabble using only fake words. (Season 1 episode Everythingship)
    • The Push Me, Pull You
        • One of Charlie's nicknames for a two guys, one girl three-way that he mentions to Sean after a girl offers to have sex with both of them. Charlie: "So are we going to do this? You mean the London Bridge? The push me, pull you? The two hot dogs on a bun?" (Episode Charlie and Sean Fight Over a Girl)
    • Put The Pussy On The Chainwax
        • "What does it mean? - I'll tell you what it means. It means that you put the pussy on the chain wax!" (Season 3 episode Pussy on the Chainwax)
    • Quasaring
        • Sexual position the new entertainment model android offers One (Season 1 episode 7)
    • Quidnunc
        • Melmackian word meaning "one who wears meat" (Season 3 episode Promises, Promises)
    • Quidnuncle
        • Melmackian word meaning "relative who wears meat" (Season 3 episode Promises, Promises)
    • Quone
        • Word that Kramer tells Jerry's mother to use in her Scrabble game with Jerry, which Jerry challenges. Kramer: Like a patient gets difficult, you quone him. (Season 1 episode The Stakeout)
    • Ravey
        • Word used in Joe and Beck's game of Scrabble using only fake words. (Season 1 episode Everythingship)
    • Red-vining
        • Gay sex act. Angela: "What is it called when two men intertwine their penises like the snakes on the medic-alert bracelet? Is it called red-vining?" (Season 9 episode The Target)
    • Resumen-der-boinken
        • Warden Hartley: "Would you be interested in - what's the German word for it - 'resumen-der-boinken'?" (Episode Charlie and the Warden's Dirty Secret)
    • Reverse Spit
        • Slang for get a drink. Erin: "Okay, well, I'm gonna go do another reverse spit. That's how the cool kids say get a drink." (Season 8 episode Christmas Wishes)
    • Ridonk
        • Adam's slang to describe how ridiculous he looked eating a Kielbasa during the conversation about how much it would take for them to suck a man's dick. (Season 1 episode In the Line of Getting Fired)
    • Schlock
        • Hynerian word for emptying bowels. (Season 4 episode Lava's a Many Splendored Thing)
    • Seders
        • 
The Ders seduction technique. Adam's girlfriend: "Are you trying to seduce me?" Ders: "I'm trying to 'seders' you." (Season 1 episode Muscle I'd Like to Flex)
    • Senil Gland
        • Gland found in most sentient species. The base element of freslin can be extracted from it. (Season 3 episode Scratch 'N' Sniff)
    • Sexcrime
        • Goodsex is the normal intercourse between man and wife, for the sole purpose of begetting children and without physical pleasure; all else is sexcrime.
    • Shillboards
        • Britta's nickname for billboards in Season 6 episode 7 Advanced Safety Feature.
    • Shrimpermen
        • Blake: "What are shrimpermen? Dude, shrimpermen. The waiters that pass out shrimp at fancy establishments such as this. Shrimpermen. You don't know shrimpermen?" (Season 7 episode Monstalibooyah)
    • Skin Tags
        • Sex act advertised on commercial for Crazy Bruno's Ho-Sale Ho-House Wharehouse! (Season 1 episode 13 Too Much Closure for Comfort)
    • Slick Butthole
        • Slang the guys use in various episodes, means incredibly awesome. (Season 4 episode We Be Clownin')
    • Snunch
        • The meal between snacks and lunch, according to Trish's character on her sitcom. (Season 3 episode AKA Hellcat)
    • Soup Kitchen
        • Slang term for when a bunch of homeless guys have an orgy in an abandoned car.
    • Spreevil
        • Word The Tick makes up for: "Spree of evil". (Season 2 episode Hot Beige!)
    • Stiv
        • Slang for urinate. Sikozu: Peacekeeper officer can't even stiv without his troops. (Season 3 episode I-Yensch, You-Yensch)
    • Stomata
        • The yellow tinting on Zhaan's skin, used for the transportation of water.
    • Streets Ahead
        • Slang Pierce tries to coin in episode Contemporary American poultry. "It's verbal wildfire", Don't know what it means? If you have to ask you're streets behind.
    • Swim-ergency
        • Term Blake makes up when he finds out that Ders keeps his Speedo in his car. (Season 1 episode We Be Ballin')
    • T.E.L.L.
        • Time, Elevation, Latitude, and Longitude of the death of a Traveler's host body.
    • Tank Slapping
        • Sex act advertised on commercial for Crazy Bruno's Ho-Sale Ho-House Wharehouse! (Season 1 episode 13 Too Much Closure for Comfort)
    • Text-Mexting
        • Councilman Dexhart: I also engaged in inappropriate texting, "sexting," and "Tex-Mexting," which is where you send photos of your junk from the restroom of a Chili's To Go. (Season 6 episode Second Chunce)
    • Tharn
        • Tharn is also a word in a fictional Lapine language used to describe an animal frozen in terror. In Richard Adams' novel "Watership Down" the term is used when the main characters, which are rabbits, see the headlights of oncoming cars and are frozen in place.
    • Third Love
        • Chelsey Niederdeppy is Adam's "Third Love" Adam: "Think of it like Shrek, you know? The first two are cute and funny, But this third one sucked dick." (Season 1 episode We Be Ballin')
    • Thoddo
        • Term meaning a careless person. (Season 3 episode Infinite Possibilities - Daedalus Demands)
    • Thoughtcrime
        • A thoughtcrime is an occurrence or instance of controversial or socially unacceptable thoughts. The term is also used to describe some theological concepts such as disbelief or idolatry, or a rejection of strong social or philosophical principles.
    • Tight Butthole
        • Slang the guys use in various episodes, means good, awesome, etc. (Season 1 episode The Strike)
    • Tralk
        • Word meaning trollop, slut, whore. Aeryn calls Chiana a little tralk for taking her prowler. (Season 2 episode Taking the Stone)
    • Trankass
        • Slang, insult, as in, "You've killed us all, you trankass." (Season 3 episode Green-Eyed Monster)
    • Trasnik
        • Slang for idiot, jjerk. D'Argo: "I know I've been a trasnik." (Season 3 episode Suns and Lovers)
    • Trinking On Grizzledump
        • Phrase a high schooler uses to insult Tom when he is DJ for prom. High schooler: The stuff you're playing is so old, it's probably trinking on grizzledump. (Season 6 episode Prom)
    • Twank
        • Term Dee explains to Frank at gat gentleman's club Club Risqué: A cross between a Twink and a skank. Essentially a ragdoll, just being passed around from twink to twunk to bear to otter. (Season 8 episode The Gang Recycles Their Trash)
    • The Two Hot Dogs On A Bun
        • One of Charlie's nicknames for a two guys, one girl three-way that he mentions to Sean after a girl offers to have sex with both of them. Charlie: "So are we going to do this? You mean the London Bridge? The push me, pull you? The two hot dogs on a bun?" (Episode Charlie and Sean Fight Over a Girl)
    • Twunk
        • Term Dee explains to Frank at gat gentleman's club Club Risqué: A cross between a Twink and a hunk. A twink with muscles, but still hairless. (Season 8 episode The Gang Recycles Their Trash)
    • Unagi
        • According to Ross, a Japanese concept. A state of total awareness. Only by achieving true unagi can you be prepared for any danger that may befall you. (Season 6 episode The One With Unagi)
    • Up In My Biznezz
        • Michael: "He's alwaysup in my biznezz, which is Ebonics for being in my face and annoying the bejesus out of me." (Season 3 episode The Return)
    • Volksangstpsychose
        • "But, truth be told, what Zubrowka suffered was, in fact, Volksangstpsychose - the suicide of its independence" - from the Grand Budapest Hotel movie website.
    • Votch
        • Word meaning vomit. Votched up all my second lunch. (Season "3 episode Eat Me)
    • W.M.F.L.
        • After their night out at the Canadian bar, Andy calls Oscar his W.M.F.L. his Wingman for Life. (Season 5 episode Business Trip)
    • Welnitz
        • Slang, substitute for wet blanket. (Season 1 episode Till The Blood Runs Clear, Season 4 episode A Prefect Murder)
    • Womb Goof
        • Sam's euphemism for a miscarriage. (Season 1 episode Slouch. Submit.)
    • WSOGMM
        • The first thing to realise about parallel universes, the Guide says, is that they are not parallel. It is also important to realise that they are not, strictly speaking, universes either, but it is easiest if you try and realise that a little later, after you've realised that everything you've realised up to that moment is not true. The reason they are not universes is that any given universe is not actually a thing as such, but is just a way of looking at what is technically known as the WSOGMM, or Whole Sort of General Mish Mash. The Whole Sort of General Mish Mash doesn't actually exist either, but is just the sum total of all the different ways there would be of looking at it if it did.
    • Wubba Lubba Dub Dub
        • Rick's stupid nonsense catchphrase. In Birdperson's people's tongue, it means, "I am in great pain." Rick is, indeed, in very deep pain. That is why he must numb himself.
    • Wuffenloaf
        • Word Sheila makes up. Sheila: "You are my wuffenloaf which is a German word I just made up for wonderful, irreplaceable husband." (Season 3 episode Wuffenloaf)
    • The Yankee Doodle
        • Euphemism for sex used by Professor Ian Duncan in season 1 episode Pascal's Triangle Revisited.
    • Yestergay
        • Term Dee explains to Frank at gat gentleman's club Club Risqué: A lot of men bounce around from label to label never quite finding their proper gay home. My hunch is that this gentleman has gone from a twink to a twunk to a twank. (Season 8 episode The Gang Recycles Their Trash)
    • Yotz
        • Hynerian exclamation for Hell. Rygel: "Why the yotz can't we have a little heat?" (Season 1 episode Bone to be Wild) Rigel: "What the yotz?” (Season 2 episode Picture if You Will)
    • Yychhagaro
        • Yychhagaro means "take" in Brandon's alien language, as in, "Take the world".
    • Zazz
        • What the TV producer tells Lisa Bart has and she doesn't. Zing, zork, kapowza. Call it what you want. In any language, it spells mazuma in the bank. (Season 9 episode Girly edition)
    • Zonkatronic
        • According to Eleanor, a slang word that Khloe Kardashian invented for "crazy" (Season 3 episode Everything Is Bonzer!)

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