Hall Smartz

Students and faculty are asked the meaning of obscure words.

February 2016

Word of the Week: Doodle Sack

Debreeonnah Garrison (9th grader)- A bag that carries crayons   Kathryn Crigger (10th grader)- A stupid person   Alima Mootoo (11th grader)- Art supplies   Mikaya Floyd (12th grader)-a sack filled with doodles   Actual Definition of Doodle Sack- Old English word for bagpipe   Complied by: Tieyanna Potts

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Word of the Week: Futz

              Actual Definition: waste time; idle or busy oneself aimlessly

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Hall Smartz: Ratoon

By: Tieyanna Potts   Something that comes from a plant.     A ghetto version of a Disney movie.   An animal of some sort   Steam from a plant Actual Definition: small shoot growing from the root a plant.  

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Hall Smartz: Fudgel

                                                                                    Fudgel: Verb: Pretending to work when you’re not actually doing anything at all.

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Hall Smartz: Flummox

                                                                        Flummox: Verb: perplex (someone) greatly; bewilder.

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Hall Smartz: Vomitory

Compiled by: Kayleigh Neimeyer                                                    

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Hall Smartz: Wabbit

                                                                                                Real Definition for Wabbit: exhausted or slightly

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Hall Smartz: Kerffule

                                                                            Definition: a huge fuss or commotion 

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Hall Smartz 2: Tittynope

                                                          Tittynope: (noun) a small quantity of anything left over, whether a few beans on a dinner plate or the dregs at the bottom of a cup.

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Hall Smartz 1

By: Ny’Stacia Hechavarria What does Bibble mean? The meaning of BIBBLE  is to drink or eat often.

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