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An term used for unimportant variables in programming when the programmer is too lazy to think of an actual name. The origin of such word is described in detail in RFC 3092.
int foo;
foo = 2 + 2;
cout << foo;
von Dahhak 20. Juli 2004
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The origin of such word is Greek for "strange voice."

This term has come to mean the following:
A major tool.
A shady individual.
A failure or newb.
Someone who has low self esteem and intelligence.
Someone who stabs friends in the back for the phat lewtz.
That guy is such a fucking Xenophon.
von Dahhak 4. Dezember 2005
60 22
In programming, a coding standard where all variables are tagged so you can tell their datatype by looking at the name. Microsoft likes hungarian notation, I do not. It is useful when naming GUI objects though.
nonhungarian notation:
int number;
string name;
double value;
hungarian notation
int nNumber;
string strName;
double dValue;
von Dahhak 13. Oktober 2004
33 4
Being screwed over while playing SOCOM.

Zipper Interactive is the company that develops SOCOM. SOCOM 3 is one of the buggiest games ever created. A player can be doing good and then the bugs in the game will screw him over. This term is similiar to wtfpwn.
Player1: I was owning kids up last game and still lost 50 rating points.
Player2: Damn dude, you got wtfzippered.
von Dahhak 20. Dezember 2005
10 1