to modify a machine or piece of software [MODDED, MODDING] MOE n.
French form of ME, facetiously used in English MOL n.
a computer-programming language used for data processing AWL n.
to make a sound expressing disapproval or contempt BOP v.
M0WYM - Charlie, Southampton KZ4USA - Jack - Bradenton, Florida K3HKR - Terry - Plum Borough, Pa. N5DCC - Doug - Pasadena, Texas N2WC - Pat - Wallkill, New York KA7BGR - Russ - Central Point, Oregon W9WIF - Skip - Tiskilwa, Illinois N6LZR - ED - Murphys, California K7GRR - Tim - Duvall, Washington WA1GON - Darryl - Brookline, New Hampshire K6LLK - John - South Lake Tahoe, California KB6HLM - Glenn - Las Vegas, Nevada WB7TVS - Bruce - Tacoma, Washington KA6TXM - Jeff - Seatac, Washington VY1WUD - Rich - Watson Lake, Yukon, Canada W2DTC - Ken - Middletown, New Jersey K6LJP - Mel - Taft Heights California K1BYD - Steve - Virginia Beach, Virginia W2RTV - Rocky - Poughkeepsie, New York KE3OS - Bob - Kittanning, Pa.
N7ZXP - Lane - Wenatchee, Washington W7JFJ - Bill - Cashmere, Washington W3ZDF - John - Jeanette, Pa.
mediocre or boring; an expression of indifference or boredom MEL n.
a mythical Muslim being (also DJINN, JINN, JINNEE) JIZ n.
awry, twisted, distorted KAS present tense of KA v.
a kind of Indian edible pea (also DAHL, DHAL, DHOLL, DAAL) DAM v. a level of efficiency in Japanese combative sports DAP v.
a cross between a yak and a cow (also ZHO, ZO, DZHO, DZO) DZO n.