Thursday, December 18, 2014

A Man in the Woods Word of the Day: Gutaminate


gutaminate

gu·tam·i·nate

(ga-ˈta-mə-ˌnāt)

transitive verb

: to make (something) dangerous, dirty, inedible or impure by cutting with a knife previously used to field dress an animal which may not have been adequately washed.


Examples of GUTAMINATE

"Dude, you just gutaminated my sandwich!  When was the last time you washed that knife?"

Origin of GUTAMINATE

Middle Texan, from Recneckian gutaminatus, past participle of gutaminare;
First Known Use: early 21st century



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