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pandemain, n.

Do not let making a living prevent you from making a life.

— John Wooden

Min-Min, n.

Min-Min, n. A mysterious, phosphorescent light observed sporadically in the Australian outback.

spiritdom, n.

spiritdom, n. The spirit world; a non-physical realm which incorporeal or disembodied spirits are considered to inhabit.

Yom Kippur, n.

Yom Kippur, n. The annual Jewish day of repentance and expiation (concluding the Ten Days of Repentance which begin with Rosh Hashanah), observed today, the tenth day of the month of Tishri and marked by prayer and fasting.

Yom Kippur, n.

Yom Kippur, n. The annual Jewish day of repentance and expiation (concluding the Ten Days of Repentance which begin with Rosh Hashanah), observed today, the tenth day of the month of Tishri and marked by prayer and fasting.

Yom Kippur, n.

Yom Kippur, n. The annual Jewish day of repentance and expiation (concluding the Ten Days of Repentance which begin with Rosh Hashanah), observed today, the tenth day of the month of Tishri and marked by prayer and fasting.

hen and chickens, n.

hen and chickens, n. Astronomy. (A name for) the Pleiades, a prominent open cluster of stars in the constellation Taurus (see Pleiad n. 1). Obsolete.

human, adj. and n.

human bean, n. A humorous alteration or mispronunciation of human being.

human, adj. and n.

human bean, n. A humorous alteration or mispronunciation of human being.

human, adj. and n.

human bean, n. A humorous alteration or mispronunciation of human being.

necessarium, n.

necessarium, n. A privy, esp. in a monastery (historical). In recent use also: a toilet, lavatory.

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Min-Min, n.

Min-Min, n. A mysterious, phosphorescent light observed sporadically in the Australian outback.