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nook

  • short for nookie (sex).
    We went out last night, got a little nook.

    Last edited on Aug 15 2007. Submitted by Adam from Los Angeles, CA, USA on Aug 15 2007.

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nooner

noun

  • sex during the noon work lunch break.
                                                                                                         

    Citation from "Absinthe Makes the Heart Grow Fonder", Californication (TV), Season 1 Episode 6 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Jun 17 2010. Submitted by Chris S. from Spokane, WA, USA on Apr 08 2002.

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noo-noo

noun

  • vagina. Also spelled nu-nu.
    Little girl, don't play with your noo-noo.

    Last edited on Oct 25 2011. Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 25 2011.

  • small flying insect, like a mayfly or mosquito

    Last edited on Jun 24 2017. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 24 2017.

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noony

noun

  • a hardened nipple.
    Look at those noonies.

    Last edited on Nov 13 2010. Submitted by Evelyne V. from Belgium on Jan 02 2002.

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no-op

  • Someone who has nothing to add, or has very little ability; performs no useful function or has no purpose.
    That new guy they hired is a real no-op.

    Last edited on Mar 10 2003. Submitted by Glen M. from Toronto, ON, Canada on Mar 10 2003.

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nope out

verb

  • to decide not to do something. See also nope.
    As soon as I saw my ex at the party, I noped out of there.

    Last edited on Jul 30 2015. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Jul 30 2015.

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no problem

interjection

  • "you're welcome."
    Person A: Thanks for sending me that recipe.

    Person B: No problem.

    Last edited on Jul 19 2011. Submitted by J. M. on Aug 29 2007.

notes

  • This phrase literally means "It was not a problem." In other words: what was done was performed easily or was performed willingly. (Of course, that's the theory. As with "You are welcome," the task may have been difficult or performed begrudgingly.)

    Last edited on Jul 19 2011. Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 17 2011.

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