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PostSubject: The Dre'Vies Dictionary   Sat Feb 23, 2008 3:43 am

This is your chance to fill in the Dre'VEIS dictionary. Fill in entries with words that have no meaning or not in the official English dictionary. Please number them so we know how many words in our dictionary. So if I have 2 entries in this post, the next person has to start with 3. Pay attention to the posts because I will edit them if you number them incorrectly.

1. 1337

Noun > A form of language formed by fan girls in early 2002. It became much popular at around 2005 and still continues today. It combines normal alphabet and numbers to represent letters.

Verb > 1337 Speak Speaking in the language of 1337. (see noun)

2. 140IQ+

Noun > an IQ point that has never been achieved in Dre'VEIS since 2008.

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PostSubject: Re: The Dre'Vies Dictionary   Thu Mar 06, 2008 11:24 pm

i dont understand...
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PostSubject: Re: The Dre'Vies Dictionary   Thu Mar 13, 2008 7:13 am

3. n00b

Noun > In internet societies or games, "n00b" is a member/player that is generally considered to be experienced, yet often makes mistakes or solecisms that would more likely be attributed to a "newb." The term "n00b" can also be applied to someone who is experienced, but blatantly disregards rules and etiquette.

Different with a "newbie", who through their very nature of being a new member/player is inexperienced and naive to particular gaming mechanics or etiquette.

Do I get it? o__oa

to King Veis:

additional information on vocabulary #1) 1337: it is read 'Leet'.
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