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bozon

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EtymologyEdit

Blend of bozo and boson

NounEdit

bozon (plural bozons)

  1. (humorous) A notional particle of stupidity.
    • 1996, "John Novak", Re: TOR is Fucking with Us All (on newsgroup rec.arts.sf.written.robert-jordan)
      Chain book sellers are, by and large, bogon and bozon emitters like nothing you've ever seen.
    • 2000, "Jeffrey Yu", [Fanfic] Flame Wars!!! (on newsgroup alt.startrek.vs.starwars)
      One bozon is the exact amount of stupidity and lack of scientific knowledge needed to confuse joules with watts.
    • 2000, "Dirt First!", Re: Thanks for all the fish, but I'm vegetarian (on newsgroup comp.lang.perl.misc)
      Riling people to the point of stupidity is a poor litmus test of their decency, no matter how red and blue their faces get. The result of these trolls seems only to show that the collision of large egos results in the ejection of energetic bozons.
    • 2001, "Kurt[MCoPS]", Re: [ot] Aiiieee! - The Four Horseman[sic] return! (on newsgroup rec.games.miniatures.warhammer)
      There might be a superhigh concentration of bozons which will create a Stupid Hole and suck them all in.

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bozon m

  1. (physics) boson

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Serbo-CroatianEdit

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  • IPA(key): /bǒzoːn/
  • Hyphenation: bo‧zon

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bòzōn m (Cyrillic spelling бо̀зо̄н)

  1. (physics) boson

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bozón m inan (genitive bozóna, nominative plural bozóni)

  1. (physics) boson

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bozon (definite accusative bozonu, plural bozonlar)

  1. (physics) boson