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Definition of a renob

renob

  • Dork, idiot, loser. Synonymous with boner. Actually, it's the word boner in reverse!
    Don't be a renob!

    Last edited on Nov 09 1999. Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 09 1999.

noun

  • Renob is Boner backwards. It means dumbass or moron.
    Don't be such a renob!

    Last edited on Aug 30 2010. Submitted by Goblin K. on Dec 12 2001.

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