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07-31-2011 02:46 AM
Edda
Re: The Armada Dictionary

A Fedal is a combined Federer/Nadal fan (which I am).

A FERR-AL is a combined Ferrer, Ferrero and Nadal fan. Appropriate since I love all three and take care of feral cats, too, in addition to my three indoor cats.
07-21-2011 03:19 AM
Edda
Re: The Armada Dictionary

Ferrero Fever:

1. A high pitch of excitement when watching Juanqui
2. A fever suffered by Juanqui (I'll take care of you, sweetheart!)
07-20-2011 12:58 AM
Edda
Re: The Armada Dictionary

Awful hair!
07-19-2011 06:11 PM
Pirata.
Re: The Armada Dictionary

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Originally Posted by Gl3nnVD View Post
Nandation: the habbit of changing hairstyle at least 4 times a year.
How apt this is now
07-19-2011 04:12 AM
Edda
Re: The Armada Dictionary

And a non-Armada kitty: Rog-purr Feder-purr
07-18-2011 06:03 AM
Pirata.
Re: The Armada Dictionary

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Originally Posted by Edda View Post
David FURR-er
Juan Carlos FURR-ero
FUR-nando Verdasco
Rafael Nadal PURR-era
Feline-ciano Lopez
Tomcat Robredo
Alberto Meowntanes
Pablo Andupurr
Carlos Meow-ya
OMG
07-18-2011 03:36 AM
Edda
Re: The Armada Dictionary

JuanCar-The Mercedes driven by Juan Carlos Ferrero after winning at Stuttgart (Vamos!)
JuanquiEdda-A combination of Juan Carlos Ferrero and Edda (I know, I'm dreaming. His father is Eduardo, so it sounds meant to be.)

Armada Kitties: (A con-CAT-enation of my favorite things, cats and Spanish tennis players)

David FURR-er
Juan Carlos FURR-ero
FUR-nando Verdasco
Rafael Nadal PURR-era
Feline-ciano Lopez
Tomcat Robredo
Alberto Meowntanes
Pablo Andupurr
Carlos Meow-ya
07-18-2011 03:01 AM
Edda
Re: The Armada Dictionary

Armada Fever/Spanish Fever

Not to be confused with the deadly pandemic of 1918. This phenomenon can still send one into a highly feverish state. One gets a hot, excited feeling watching one's favorite Spaniard play.

Symptoms:

Hot feeling
High excitability
Possible fainting

As the fever rises, an unusual delirium may take hold. All the Spanish you learned in school suddenly comes back to you. Can happen even if you aren't from Spain and don't have any known Spanish ancestry.
07-16-2011 03:32 AM
Edda
Re: The Armada Dictionary

Rafanatic
Royally Juanqui (He was named after the King of Spain)
"Tennistically"-Relating to tennis in general, used by Juanqui
"Death by Rafa (Ferru, Juanqui, select favorite Spaniard here)-Phenomenon created when various members of the Armada are playing, a state of heightened excitement making you feel you will pass out.

De nada/De Nadal
06-19-2009 08:24 PM
Jenrios
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06-18-2009 10:40 PM
Gl3nnVD
Re: The Armada Dictionary

Nandation: the habbit of changing hairstyle at least 4 times a year.
01-27-2009 07:01 PM
safinafan
Re: The Armada Dictionary

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Originally Posted by Mount Goddess View Post
Nandoing = doing things for or relating to Nando
11-25-2008 12:17 PM
steffis
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rafamazing
07-29-2008 09:16 PM
sharapower
Re: The Armada Dictionary

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Originally Posted by Mount Goddess View Post
Nandoing = doing things for or relating to Nando

Lovely
07-29-2008 10:18 AM
Jelena
Re: The Armada Dictionary

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Originally Posted by ~*Carlita*~ View Post
¡ de nando ! --> Armada version of the Spanish "de nada" meaning: you're welcome
Can I get an exception of this please? I mean, I'm studying Portuguese, there is also "de nada", and when I imagine myself saying to a prof or someone else: "de Nando"....
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Originally Posted by ~*Carlita*~ View Post
Fer-bie

Person who first joins the Verdasco Online Forum on his or her way of becoming totally Nando-lized
Probably I was Nandolized before I joined this forum here. (I still didn't join Verdasco Online )
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