Pronounced [Nee-pohzverb. Neeposed, Neeposing. 

To assume a particular attitude, or stance, relating to knees, especially with the hope of impressing others.



Pronounced [Pand-slyahyz] noun. Pandslyzed, Pandslyzing.

An outfit originally used by criminals as a disguise to aid escape, but now used throughout the animal kingdom and is popular at parties and theme parks. The costume comes with a reputation of being able to transform anyone into a panda. Regrettably, this is not always the case...



Pronounced [Sess-it-ee] verb. Sessitize, Sessitising, Sessitised. adjective. Sessities pl.

A word used to describe an essential tool needed to carry out an dangerous and risky activity. Derived from the word 'necessity', this abbreviated form is only used when one has little time to fit in the extra syllable because they are having to concentrate so very hard.



Pronounced [bed - lar]

A type of lecturn designed for use in bed. Deployed when the reader has been in bed for so long the neck begins to ache.



Pronounced [comm - pot - ee] noun.

Decaying vegetable matter which is thrown like confetti to humiliate people. Very popular in medieval times alongside stocks, compoti is now experiencing a renaissance in crime prevention all over the UK. This is in the form of a new punishment system whereby the prosecuted have so much compoti thrown at them, they become composted.



Pronounced [Gal - i – ni - ni] adverb, adjective

To sing A Cappella
Galinini is the extended dramatic modern A Cappella way of singing, usually in a close four-part harmony and nearly always in B-flat major and is completely different to the Renaissance polyphony and Baroque concertato style of a cappello singing.
First adopted by the popular band Queen for their rendition of Bohemian Rhapsody where such immortal words as "Scaramouche, Scaramouche, will you do the fandango?" were sung in this way.



Pronounced [Hurs - step - pee] noun.

A formidable and invisible Greek God who rides in the back of hurses. And is incharge of taking the last bits of a soul into their next step. This next step can vary, depending on what the soul in question wanted these steps to be. No one knows what he looks like, but it is thought that he is shaped like a box, that his eyes are like red lazers and that he smells of lily pollen.