by essenceofexistence April 19, 2017
dude 1: "Oh snap! You wanna hear the new terminology I cooked up last night?"
dude 2: "Uh-oh"
dude 1: "check this out: I'm gonna call something cool that happens a 'seismic anomaly'"
dude 2: "okay, that's a terminology I can get into!"
by king sizzle May 21, 2010
Used to describe something that is completely wrong; a lie. ( humorous euphemism)
NOTE: most rumors can be considered terminogical inexactitudes.
Origin: First used by WeinsteinChurchill in a speech in 1906
by Arcane Ender November 30, 2013
Harvard Terminology is the ambiguous grouping of words, typically in response to an inquiry requiring action, who’s objective is to leave the inquirer with sufficient hope to stifle the inquiry. This fleeting hope is usually followed by confusion and bewilderment regarding the true nature of this cruel response.
Ryland: Hey Stacy, what are you doing tonight? Would you like to go to a movie and grab a bite? Or maybe if you're not doing anything this weekend we could go to the beach. Let me know what works for you.
Stacy: That sounds like fun.
Ryland: You know, everytime you use Harvard Terminology, a baby turtle dies.
by RJL310 May 24, 2006
by ItsAllMe August 6, 2006
an absurd blend of dog Latin, anglicized Greek, and bastardized mumbo-jumbofragments of various other languages used by physicians and wannabe physicians solely for the purpose of establishing dominance in clinical interactions with those outside the medical community.
by AltLans September 30, 2013
Someone who flips the hell out when you use a term that is not the "original" or correct term for something even though any rational person understands exactly what you mean in 99.9% of practical situations.
"Hey, did you try the bottomless clip mutator?"
"IT'S NOT A CLIP IT'S A MAGAZINE!"
"It's pretty cool how Doom was so revolutionary putting the player on a 3d plane, which looked awesome."
"DOOM IS 2.5D NOT 3D FAGET!!"
"Don't be such a terminology nazi Kyle, you know what he means."
by Rod_Jonse December 27, 2011