a deep spiritual greeting when meeting and departing from others.
sanskrit, pr-nounced “nah-mah-skar”.
it is usually said with an accompanying action – holding the palms of the hand flat together and touching the thumbs first to the “third eye” area between the eyebrows and then touching the thumbs to the heart.
it means “with all the depths and charms of my mind and all the love and cordiality of my heart, the divinity within me greets the divinity within you”. this meaning is the ideation kept in mind when givning the greeting.
related to namaste, which is often used in the same way, but which was originally intended as a respectful greeting to g-d alone. namaskar, on the other hand, is always used as a greeting to other people – eiher friends or strangers.
street version: skar.
namaskar james! (-holding hands together and touching thumbs to third eye and heart-). i haven’t seen you for ages!
- Narley Hans
a drink made of half rootbeer and half lemonade, much like an arnold palmer is half ice tea and half lemonade. i’d like a narley hans, easy on the ice.
- Nasty Ninja
the act of suprising a partner by inserting a baby oil or etc bottle into their -n-s and dispensing the contained oil causing an eruption of sorts all over their crack and cheeks. last night i got cindy with a nasty ninja, the oil flowed like a fountain.
- nasty shepard
a c-ck pushup while u sh-t in someone’s mouth i advise you never to perfrom or demonstarte a nasty shepard
- Nature Mitten
what your v-g-n- becomes when a female places her hands between her thighs for warmth kelly: “gosh it’s cold out here!” krista: “place them in your nature mitten.”
- neck scruffing
to pick up an animal by the scruff of the neck. psychologically, neck scruffing works well on ferrets as a way of telling them “hey, i am your new parental figure; you need to listen to me”.