- n. The world or sphere of geeks.
- geek + -dom (Wiktionary)
“The point of all this … colour aesthetics geekdom is that the whole “missing shade” question offers a good perspective, I think, on the whole question of “originality”.”
“But contrary to what his website may say, Ryan's geekdom is not overly eclectic, and he keeps to his fandoms.”
“But enjoyable though it is, even an incorrigible geek such as myself has to confess that the mainstreaming of geekdom is far from a healthy phenomenon.”
“What would be quite awesome – and cement your legacy in geekdom forever (maybe even more than the Google guys) — is to make the fruits of your intellectual labors — the technology behind how you’ve been able to build and run plentyoffish. com as one person — available to the rest of us not-rich-yet geeks who have to toil under the burdens of Dilbert style pointy haired bosses everyday.”
“If anything, the man does have some grasp of geekdom, which is more than we can say about Brett Ratner or anyone else of his ilk.”
“Anyways, in my inevitable bout of 'geekdom' as I go about redesigning and sorting out this bloody wonderful blog of mine, ...”
“And I did say "geekdom;" this book proves that Wil is a geek through-and-through.”
“In the coffee "geekdom," loyalty ain't worth beans.”
“Super Mario iPhone and iPad cases - What better way to show off your 'geekdom' with pride than with a Mario iPad case?”
“Another pseudo tech writes another article to enhance your "geekdom".”
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Words only (I left out the expressions) from Geza Kerenyi's EN-HU interpreters' dictionary. Most of them pose some difficulty when interpreted between HU and EN in either or both directions.
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