- 1. Bug: noun
- Pronunciation: \ˈbəg\
- Middle English bugge hobgoblin; probably akin to Low German bögge goblin
- Definition: an insect or other creeping or crawling invertebrate; any of an order (Hemiptera
- and especially its suborder Heteroptera) of insects that have sucking mouthparts,
- forewings thickened at the base, and incomplete metamorphosis and are often economic
Etymology: From the cultures of preteens weak immune systems; most currently present in the similarly weakened immune system of Corinne.
Definition: A virus consisting of runny nose, scratchy throat, itchy eyes, and fever resulting from close proximity to younger members of the human race with lower hygienic habits; most commonly passed from student to teacher.
3. Bug: noun (most commonly referred to as a "hornet")
Etymology: From the modern usage of Class Periods 1, 2, 3, & 5, originating at *** Middle School.
Definition: An index card torn and folded along specific planes according to directions, as passed on by the oral tradition of middle school males, intended to be used in correlation with a rubber band as a projectile; for the purpose of disrupting class and earning an In-School-Suspension for its user.