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l - (n.) 1. (a group of) Fifty; 2. The fiftieth thing (in a series, e.g., birthdays, dollars, etc.); 3. Someone 50 years old; 4. 20 inches (50 cm); 5. The Biblical year of Jubilee (Lev. 25); 6. Any big celebration of the completion of something. (Adj.) 7. Half, 50%; 8. ("Ls," pronounced "elz") even money (as in 50/50 odds); 9. Fifty years old. (v.) 10. To finally complete something; 11. to cut something in half. [From the Roman numeral L = 50.]

e.g., I am L, but I don't want a cake with candles; I'd rather have a pizza with an L on it in pepperoni. | "This two-by-four is twice as long as the space." "So L it."

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

l 7 - A square. A person whose hipness is non-existent.

e.g., Frank´s just an L 7 -- he´s more chess board than human.

submitted by A Bergman

l.b.t. - (ell-bee-tee; n.) a 'little black thing' that shows up in food, drink, ointment, unguent, salve, or whatever, and makes the eater or user unwilling to continue eating or using it.

e.g., "Ack! what is that?" "What is what?" "That! Is it a weevil? a scab? a louse?" "That's an l.b.t.; that's all." "what? what? what's an l.b.t.?" "a little black thing, of course." "So I ask you 'what is that little black thing, and you tell me 'it's a little black thing,' and that's supposed to help?" "Okay ... it's a peppercorn---well, part of a peppercorn. ...I think." "Oh great. I don't think I'm hungry anymore."

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

l.m.c. - L.M.C. = "Low Marble Count" (see marble count), a condition of memory, or mental ability failure, frequently accompanied by destinesia. (See oldtimer's disease.)

e.g., What was I going to tell you? I must have had an attack of L.M.C.

submitted by Jay Clark

l16 - To go L16 is to become haughty and precious in the glow of your own ego -- a dandy or popinjay. Think Louis XVI.

e.g., Beaufort answered a few Jeopardy questions right and quickly got L16 on the other contestants.

submitted by Busta Shoelace

l33t syndrome - A common disease that infects children, usually male, between the ages of 13 and 17. Symptoms include a propensity to use numbers and misspellings (as well as mispunctuation) in place of proper 'net English, a terrible need to prove oneself, and many other annoying habits that only script kiddies and l33t h4x0R boys (and girls) have.

e.g., My learned colleague would have presented a compelling argument, had he remembered to keep his l33t syndrome symptoms down. As it is, he sounds like a prat more than an intellectual.

submitted by nyarlahotep

l7 - Square.

e.g., You turned her down? You are sooooo L7.

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l8r - An abbreviated form of "See you later," or "Talk to you later" usually found toward the end of an e-mail.

e.g., Nice website, guys! Good job. L8r E.

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la de freaking da - This term is a response to be used when somebody tells you some insignificant piece of information that you couldn't care less about.

e.g., Paul - Hey, did you hear that Iggy Pop has a new album out? Me - La de freaking da.

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la esquela - Said after somebody just got made fun of. From the Spanish "the school." La esquela'd--got made fun of.

e.g., If Dan has big ears, and Tom said to him: "Your ears are bigger than Dumbo's!" then somebody could say "La esquela!" OR if Tom said: "Lauryn, you're an idiot," then Lauryn could say "I just got la esquela'd."

submitted by lauryn

la la la - Somewhat humorously used in place of any noun when you're too lazy to think of the actual word, especially if you know the person you're addressing will know what you mean. Invented by Steve Eddington.

e.g., Do you have time to drive me to the la la la?

submitted by Carole Eddington - (www)

la-la land - A place where the Tooth Fairy and Dracula have tea parties and people visit quite often when extrenely bored. Other residents include the Easter Bunny, Bigfoot, and a bowl of munchkins. Not enough munchkins for a symphony, but enough for a big band sound from the 1930s and 1940s.

e.g., Biology last period was La-la Land.

submitted by Sam McCool

labatyd - Life's A Bitch And Then Ya Die. Usually in response to whining complaints.

e.g., Red. Can you believe it? He only gave me a 3% raise. Jed. Yeah, yeah, LABATYD.

submitted by Gregory Bloom

label whore - Someone who only wears brand name clothes, with the name of the brand usually placed somewhere for all to see. A walking advertisement for a clothing store or brand.

e.g., Look at that spaz wearing all Abercrombie -- what a label whore.

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label-rocking - The act of wearing brand name clothes, with the name of the brand usually placed somewhere for all to see.

e.g., Look at Sean label-rocking with his Tommy shirt, Polo jeans and Fila sneaks.

submitted by Louis

laboodle - Spunk, pizzazz, or craziness.

e.g., Michelle says she went wild and showed a lot of laboodle after her divorce came through.

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labrachow - A Labrachow is a dog that is a cross between a Labrador Retriever and a Chow.

e.g., My dog Dexter is a very sweet and lovable Labrachow.

submitted by Ellen Dockery

labradoodle - A breed of dog that is a mix between a Labrador Retriever and a poodle.

e.g., What is that? Is that a labradoodle walking down the street?

submitted by Chris

labrat - A system administrator, webmaster or programmer who virtually lives in a corporate computer laboratory. Distinguishable from average humans by one or more of the following traits: ghastly pallor (see screentan), dependence on caffeine-rich beverages and snack foods, inability to remember the names of close family members, intolerance for AOL users and a curiously extensive knowledge of government security agencies and firewall software. Etymology: probably derived from ancient Geek

e.g., Trying to supervise labrats is like trying to herd cats.

submitted by George Pateman - (www)

labrawhatsahoosa - A mongrel--a dog that is part everything, but all of nothing.

e.g., What sort of dog is that? Is it a labrawhatsahoosa?

submitted by human_baboon

laced banana - 1. Someone with mental health concerns who is receiving medical treatment vis-a-vis medication. 2. A psychiatric patient.

e.g., My doctor just put me on anti-depressants. I guess that makes me another laced banana.

submitted by Richard Tosh

lachrymology - Crying as therapy.

e.g., Tool seemed to make up the theory of lachrymology.

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lachrymotormouth - One who can't stop talking about her troubles. A non-stop whiner.

e.g., I had to get away from that lachrymotormouth. He moaned the blues for 45 minutes straight.

submitted by Kenny Nottingham

lack 'o wanna - Alternatively, lackowanna. No desire or inclination to do something or other, at all.

e.g., Even though I put all my cards on the table, Miss Penellope Goodenough exhibited complete lackowanna to my generous proposals.

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lack-a-nookie - No sex for a long time.

e.g., She's grumpy because she's suffering from lack-a-nookie.

submitted by Nikki Sokol

lackabowliosis - This word describes a BLAH feeling. When you lack a . . . umm . . . bowl.

e.g., I don't want to go out tonight; I'm suffering from a bad case of lackabowliosis.

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lackavation - State where you are so hungry you don't know what to do.

e.g., I haven't eaten in two days, I think I might die from lackavation.

submitted by Alex Berube

lacker - Lackers have plenty of time to do good, but they lack any inclination to do so. They prefer to spend their time amusing themselves causing strife and making trouble (cf. lacker attacks). | Someone lacking the wherewithal to make a positive contribution: lack of attitude, knowledge, smarts, etc.

e.g., I have to spend a lot more time and money than I want to fending off lacker attacks on my sites. | From what I see, those who Occupy Wall Street pretty much qualify as lackers.

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lackluster - Blockbuster Video. Also "Schlockbuster."

e.g., I think we're going to make it a Lackluster night.

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lacktion - Lack of action with a situation.

e.g., I am very upset with my boss's lacktion on resolving this issue.

submitted by Len Peralta - (www)

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