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DICTIONARY FOR FORUM VISITORS

 

It has occurred to me that we regular users of this site forget that others may not understand the unique jargon, grammatical errors, and misspellings we use regularly on coueswhitetail.com. To help our visitors, I compiled this first draft of a dictionary gleaned from posts of the past few weeks. Language is a living, changing thing, so you are welcome to add to it or correct anything I have done. Bill Quimby

 

 

Apostrophe S -- Used to make nouns plural, as in “trophy’s I have taken" and “six javi’s.”.

Arrow -- Verb. Describes shooting an animal with a bow.

Blktail -- Noun. A black-tailed deer, either Columbia or Sitka variety. Infrequently a mule deer.

Blackie -- Noun. Black bear or black-tailed deer.

Break -- Noun. Abbreviation for muzzle brake; a device that reduces a firearm's recoil.

Bro -- Noun. Brother, also hunting partner.

Brownie -- Noun. A freshly shed antler.

Buzztail -- Noun. Any species of rattlesnake.

CA -- Noun. One of the abbreviations for states used by the U.S. Postal Service; in this instance for California and "Calif." of formerly common useage.

CV -- Noun. Local abbreviation for Camp Verde.

CW -- Noun. Abbreviation for Coues whitetail, especially as in CW.com

Carp -- Noun. A less-desirable animal, especially a mule deer.

Coues -- Noun. A Coues white-tailed deer.

Desert -- Noun. A mule deer or bighorn sheep.

Desert monkey -- Noun. A coatimundi.

Dog -- Noun. See yotes, especially the male of the species.

Each and every one of -- Variation meaning “each” or “every.”

Elkys -- Noun. More than one elky.

Endloader -- Noun. See muzzy.

European -- Noun. Feral swine (see ferrel) resembling Eurasian wild boars.

Everyone that -- Variation of “everyone who.”

Ferrel -- Adjective. Variation of “feral” describing a domesticated animal "gone wild.”

Frontloader -- See muzzy.

Gambels/Gambles -- Noun. Two or more Gambel’s quail.

Goat -- See speed goat.

GSP -- Noun. A special breed of companion animal that “points” and "holds" birds for its master.

Harvest -- Verb. Euphemism for “kill” or "take."

Heard -- Verb. A passel of critters.

Hog -- See European, javi and toad

It’s/its -- Used interchangeably on forum.

Javi -- Noun. A foul-smelling, debatably inedible new world species found from the American Southwest into Central and South America.

Loose -- Verb. To have lost something, as in "I hated to loose it."

Lope -- See speed goat.

Me and my buddy -- Variation of “my friend and I.”

Muley/mulie -- See carp.

Muzzy -- Noun. Muzzleloading firearm, especially a rifle.

Muzzlegun -- See muzzy.

Trophy’s -- See Apostrophe S.

Mr. Bob -- Noun. A bobcat.

Newbie -- Noun. Young animal, also a new contributor to the forum.

Peeg -- See javi.

Pic -- Noun. Has replaced "photograph" and "photo."

Pix --Noun. Plural of pic.

Scaley/scallie -- Noun. One scaled quail, but sometimes also more than one.

Scaley’s/scalie’s -- Noun. More than one scallie.

Seen -- Verb. To have visually observed, as in “me and my buddy seen,” and “we seen.”

Shed -- Noun. A discarded antler.

Sight -- See websight.

Skunked -- See tag soup.

Speed goat -- Noun. A hooved animal of open spaces with excellent eyesight and horn-like protuberances that are replaced annually.

Spots -- See Mr. Bob.

Strutin’ -- Verb. Variation of strutting.

Stink pig -- See javi.

Stud -- See toad.

Tag soup -- Noun. Unsuccessful hunt, especially the meals following such hunts.

Their/there -- Used interchangeably on forum.

Toad -- Noun. An extra-large animal (when in capital letters, a REALLY big toad).

Turn-a-key -- Noun. Turkey. Origin unknown and unexplainable.

Vamit/varmit/varmet -- Noun. Variations of varmint.

Websight -- Noun. A website on the Internet.

Whitie/whitey -- Noun. A weathered antler. Also a white-tailed deer, especially a Coues whitetail.

Who’s/whose-- Used interchangeably on forum.

Wolf-dog cross -- Noun. Animal held in high regard by environmentalists and federal agencies.

Yotes -- Noun. Small wild dogs widely spread across the American West.

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Man you must either be really frustrated with people not understanding what you are saying or you were extremely bored at 2:30 in the morning.

 

Either way it made me laugh and maybe there won't be as many questions now.

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You left out the newest, and my mostest favoritest new word...

 

Mollywhopped

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:lol: Good stuff here Bill.

 

here are some more:

 

stock - verb. variation on "stalk" - to actively pursue game

 

stick and string - noun. refers to archery equipment

 

fling - verb. to propel arrows at a critter.

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And let's not forget "dear" as either a term of endearment or a four-legged ungulate as in white-tailed, mule or black-tailed deer.

 

And then several weeks ago, an illegal "Canadian goose" showed up here without a green card. -TONY

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You must remember Casey's new word.......

 

HOLE -- adjective. Used in place of the word Whole. <I blew the HOLE rabbit to pieces>

 

 

:lol: :lol: :P

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You must remember Casey's new word.......

 

HOLE -- adjective. Used in place of the word Whole. <I blew the HOLE rabbit to pieces>

 

 

:lol: :lol: :P

 

And then there are "watter wholes," which are different than watter halves or watter thirds. :rolleyes:

 

And what about "photoes" -- from the Dan Quayle School of Spelling.

 

And then there are "waist" & "waisted," used interchangeably to describe a beer gut or the non-use of something.

 

And what about "Teusday" -- a day named after the Greek god, Teus.

 

And then there's "additude," the opposite of subtractitude.

 

And what about "cross breads" -- loaves that are a mix of white, rye and whole wheat.

 

And then there's "sculls," used interchangeably to describe those little shallow watercraft or what's left of a critter once you cut the head off.

 

And then there's "posison," a cross between a deadly substance and a person's location.

 

And what about "thoes," often used to describe the digits on one's feet or to indicate more than one "this" or the opposite of "these."

 

And then there's "steal," used interchangeably to describe what some people do to trail cams or that hard metal made from iron ore.

 

And what about "pritty," often used to describe someone who is a "prit."

 

And then there's "amo," used interchangeably to describe the Latin verb "to love" or as a short version of ammunition.

 

And...lastly...what about "Wenchester," the county in England where every other house is a brothel.

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I'm sure all our visitors will thank you. Your contributions have been noted and added to the Coueswhitetail. Com Dictionary.

 

As for posting the original at 2:30 a.m., my body's clock is screwed up after spending a week in a hospital. It may have something to do with the pacemaker I'm now wearing.

 

Bill Quimby

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If many would use the spell check on the Google toolbar, or ispell or other free spell check, we woold loose a hole lotta laffs and teechers wood feel more better about there gradjuates ;) :blink:

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If many would use the spell check on the Google toolbar, or ispell or other free spell check, we woold loose a hole lotta laffs and teechers wood feel more better about there gradjuates ;) :blink:

 

Amen. Some folks (like me :rolleyes:) of course do make an occasional typo, but in most cases the misspellings I posted are consistent, i.e. not a one-time deal. Here's a bunch more, but I don't have time to provide the definitions. Maybe someone else will.

 

I aded the carwreck spillin in kontex where appropiated. ;) -TONY

 

 

hunny holes - honey

 

deadlock haired - dread lock

 

deferences -differences

 

Supper Bowl - Super

 

underwatter/watter/wattering - water, etc.

 

restrections -restrictions

 

inforce -enforce

 

envolve - involve

 

envestagate - investigate

 

exested - existed

 

antelers - antlers

 

tones - tons

 

servey - survey

 

beems - beams

 

complane/complaning - complain/ing

 

fue - few

 

allready - already

 

kidden - kidding

 

Cows - Coues

 

sundurn't - sunburned

 

beutifull - beautiful

 

neaded - needed

 

brodside - broadside

 

coroperative - cooperative

 

tomaro - tomorrow

 

Ballsitic - ballistic

 

allot - a lot

 

virsions - versions

 

fynny - funny

 

busey - busy

 

realy - really

 

mallings - maulings

 

glair - glare

 

pitchers/pitchure - picture(s)

 

tipical - typical

 

bords -boards

 

doesens - dozens

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I am really starting to take this personal :(

 

Not one of the words I posted came from any message of yours. So your paranoia is unwarranted.

 

Just watch who is following you, though, and be especially suspect if they often appear to be talking into their shirt cuff. They might be spell patrol members. ;) -TONY

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If many would use the spell check on the Google toolbar, or ispell or other free spell check, we woold loose a hole lotta laffs and teechers wood feel more better about there gradjuates ;) :blink:

 

Amen. Some folks (like me :rolleyes:) of course do make an occasional typo, but in most cases the misspellings I posted are consistent, i.e. not a one-time deal. Here's a bunch more, but I don't have time to provide the definitions. Maybe someone else will.

 

I aded the carwreck spillin in kontex where appropiated. ;) -TONY

 

 

hunny holes - honey

 

deadlock haired - dread lock

 

deferences -differences

 

Supper Bowl - Super

 

underwatter/watter/wattering - water, etc.

 

restrections -restrictions

 

inforce -enforce

 

envolve - involve

 

envestagate - investigate

 

exested - existed

 

antelers - antlers

 

tones - tons

 

servey - survey

 

beems - beams

 

complane/complaning - complain/ing

 

fue - few

 

allready - already

 

kidden - kidding

 

Cows - Coues

 

sundurn't - sunburned

 

beutifull - beautiful

 

neaded - needed

 

brodside - broadside

 

coroperative - cooperative

 

tomaro - tomorrow

 

Ballsitic - ballistic

 

allot - a lot

 

virsions - versions

 

fynny - funny

 

busey - busy

 

realy - really

 

mallings - maulings

 

glair - glare

 

pitchers/pitchure - picture(s)

 

tipical - typical

 

bords -boards

 

doesens - dozens

 

Which is the proper spelling the first one or second :huh:

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Visitors probably will not have much trouble with typical typos and spelling errors. It's the infantile bastardization and corruption of names they may not (and I do not) understand, such as javi, elky, lope, yote, muzzy, etc.

 

Bill

 

:huh:

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