perpendicunormal

I coined a word today — perpendicunormal. I was trying to describe some of my friends in NYC as “definitely perpendicular to normal” on twitter and I ran out of characters.

A bit of deletion yielded perpendicunormal, which is a far more apt description than originally intended.

One such friend is DJ Bojan, who lays down some awesome NYC trance beats.



3 Responses to “perpendicunormal”

  1. John C. Randolph says:

    I used to use the term “Orthonormal” to describe such a person.

    -jcr

  2. Jacob Rus says:

    You realize that “perpendicular” and “normal” are synonyms, yes?

  3. bbum says:

    For one definition of “normal”, yes, thus rendering this all the more redonculous.

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