bleft (adj.) – the internal void felt after a long and productive bout of vomiting.
braif (n.) – foundation garments for the blind.
clush (n.) – a fight between women using purses as weapons.
dewd (n.) – a really gross guy.
dundia (n.) – A utopia for morons.
et (v.) – Past tense of “to eat”, usually in form of “we already done et”.
exdip (n.) – a flat plane where there was once a dip.
fansom (n.) – The money paid by a celebrity to ensure that fans don’t follow them into their hotel rooms.
fert (n.) – an indecisive fart.
fridata (n.) – the last day of a statisticians’s work week.
fuo (n.) – a pair of asshats (pronounced eff-you-oh, natch.)
hairly (adv.) – in a hairward direction, typically used as directions in barber/beauty school, e.g, “We move the scissors hairly.”
kneat (adj.) – how to describe an excellently-done knitting project.
kneew (v., past tense) – To have acquired some truly disgusting knowledge.
lirn (v.) – to learn poorly.
ouiz (v.) – To wheeze in French.
rodea (n.) – venereal disease contracted at a rodeo.
teenis (n.) – A teenage penis.
treau (n.) – the perfume of woodland creatures.
trire (v.) – when one makes the attempt to be angry with something, but just can’t manage.
valloy (n.) – A particularly noble alloy.
vegable (adj.) – edible for a vegan/able to be rendered vegan.
yamp – 1.(v.): to camp out in a sweet potato field; 2.(n.): the physical location of this camp.
zitly (adj.) – describing one beset by acne. “Oh, the poor Johnsons were cursed with three zitly boys.”
zuble (n.) – the international currency of zoos.