/sner’b*l/ Incorrect data introduced by transmission errors; any corrupted or uninterpretable data.
The word originated in a 1978 advertisement for a Mockingboard, which “makes frogs croak, princesses shriek, and martians zxnrbl.”
“It’s not misspelled on the original page. The Internet must have zxnrbled it on the way to you.”
a brand of . noun trademark a drug that acts on the brain; used to help people give up smoking
a blues-influenced type of Cajun dance music popular in Louisiana and Texas, and usually played on accordion, guitar, and violin. noun a type of Black Cajun music n. 1949, perhaps from Creole French pronunciation of French les haricots “the beans,” part of the title of a popular dance tune (“les haricots sont pas salés”).
a combining form meaning “yoke,” “yoked,” “yoke-shaped,” used in the formation of compound words: zygomorphic. combining form indicating a pair or a union: zygodactyl, zygospore zygo- or zyg- pref. Yoke; pair: zygodactyly. Union: zygosis.
zygal zygal zy·gal (zī’gəl) adj. Having a shape like a yoke or like the letter H. Historical Examples zygal, zī′gal, n. pertaining to a zygon, formed like a letter . Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 4 of 4: S-Z and supplements) Various