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noob

noun

  • Also "newb", "n00b", "newbie" or "nub". Someone that is new and consequently sub-par at an activity.
    That idiot is such a noob.
    Get out of here, noob.

    Last edited on Apr 23 2013. Submitted by Michael B. from Wichita, KS, USA on Feb 27 2003.

  • novice. From "newbie," used in online discussions and chat.

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Morgan D. from Seattle, WA, USA on Aug 30 2003.

  • New, like someone being "new" to the internet or to something related to the net
    Noob here can someone please help me about downloading stuff from "bots.
    Noob to file sharing. What is the best file sharing program out there?

    Last edited on Feb 23 2013. Submitted by Gilbert M. from New York, NY, USA on Jun 15 2004.

  • you're new at something.

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Nick K. from Ontario, Canada on Apr 28 2005.

  • derogative term used to describe someone new. Usually used in reference to the individuals inexperience
    Dude, you're such noob.

    Last edited on Feb 23 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 09 2005.

  • an undereducated person; an idiot. related to the prior use of the term "newbie".

    Last edited on Feb 23 2013. Submitted by Linda B. on Jan 08 2006.

  • someone who is new. Usually in ref to gaming.

    Last edited on Feb 23 2013. Submitted by Adam from Los Angeles, CA, USA on Aug 15 2007.

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noobie

noun

  • a person who is new to something; "newcomer".
    noobie here can someone please help me about downloading stuff from bots?
    noobie to file sharing. What is the best file sharing program out there?

    Last edited on Jan 08 2011. Submitted by Gilbert M. from New York, NY, USA on Jun 15 2004.

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spondulics

  • a term for money, among gangsters and jazzy people, from the first half of the 20th century. I was reminded of it when James Whitmore (a private dick) used it in the movie "Mrs. O'Malley and Mr. Malone" (1951).

    Last edited on Jun 15 2004. Submitted by Nancy R. from Madison, WI 53705, USA on Jun 15 2004.

  • Could this word have originated from the south american chimu people of chamor Peru who valued above Gold and Silver the spondylus shell

    Last edited on Mar 08 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on Mar 08 2014.

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