noun, Slang: Usually Disparaging.
a newbie, especially a person who is new to an online community and whose online participation and interactions display a lack of skill or knowledge:
Some games and gaming forums are crawling with annoying noobs.
(slang) another word for newbie Also written n00b
c.2000 in gamer slang, variant of newbie; often used interchangeably with it, but also often with a more derogatory shade of meaning; newbies owe their clueless behavior to lack of experience and can improve, while the fundamental characteristic of noobs is incorrigible obnoxiousness or stupidity.
[noo j] /nʊdʒ/ verb (used with or without object), noodged, noodging, noun 1. 2 . [noo j] /nʊdʒ/ verb (used with object), nudged, nudging. 1. to annoy with persistent complaints, criticisms, or pleas; nag: He was always nudging his son to move to a better neighborhood. verb (used without object), nudged, nudging. 2. to nag, […]
[nood-l] /ˈnud l/ noun 1. a narrow strip of unleavened egg dough that has been rolled thin and dried, boiled, and served alone or in soups, casseroles, etc.; a ribbon-shaped pasta. [nood-l] /ˈnud l/ noun 1. Slang. the head. 2. a fool or simpleton. [nood-l] /ˈnud l/ verb (used without object), noodled, noodling. 1. to […]
[nood-l] /ˈnud l/ verb (used without object), noodled, noodling. 1. to improvise a musical passage in a casual manner, especially as a warm-up exercise. 2. Informal. verb (used with object), noodled, noodling. 3. Informal. Verb phrases 4. noodle around, Informal. to play, experiment, or improvise. /ˈnuːdəl/ noun 1. (often pl) a ribbon-like strip of pasta: […]
[nood-l-hed] /ˈnud lˌhɛd/ noun 1. a fool or simpleton; dolt; blockhead. noun A stupid person; noodle2 (1950s+)