Verb past tense
Language of Origin: "little boy"
Meaning: "I beat you" or "You were beaten"
xX1337pkerXx (playing WOW):
"u jus c m3 i ttly pwned that nub!!111!"

*woman walks by and brushes the 1337's shoulder*
*1337 boy wets his pants*

xX1337pkerXx:
dud a fukin hott chic jus tuched me im t0tly gon^a fuk her!!!111!
von FlowersInMidgar 20. August 2007
The proper term as used when one of a higher rank utterly owns/humilates someone of a lower rank in any first-person shooter.
Kyle completely pwned Derreck in quickscopes the other day.
von Buster Miller 24. Oktober 2010
"pre-owned" you know you are going to be owned before it happens.
I just got pwned
von awhitewookie 18. Januar 2010
I typo of the word "owned," that every Jonas-fag think means "powerfully owned" and spells with an O instead of a W.
"I just pwned those n00bs"
von Koobface 30. Juli 2009
"Pwned" meas u were overwhelmed by something or someone.

This word originated in Dota (warcraft III "mod")
because in the earliest version of this game, when you kill your enemy you need to take his head and sell it in a PAWN SHOP to get some gold. So it turns that you have just "PAWNED" your enemy. Then the word "PAWNED" became "PWNED" for an easier typeing or maybe just to look more like the other expression that means the same thing: "owned".

That's it.
I pwnedddddddddddddd you n000000000000000bbbbbbbbbbb!
von Narox 2. Juni 2009
The word pwned stems from a mistake that a programmer of warcraft 2 or 3.He meant to make an ai player say owned but he made it pwned because p and o are so close together on the qwerty keyboard.
you just got pwned ai character in warcraft 1 or 2
von Magnethands 23. Februar 2009
Being beaten in a march madness bracket by a skinny engineer named Vinny.
owned
beaten
engineer
ballin
basketball
Dan's picks were soo bad Vinny pwned him without ever watching basketball.
von DJ11 28. März 2007

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