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'w00t' Named 2007 Word of the Year

CmdrTaco posted more than 6 years ago | from the still-waiting-for-slashdotted-as-a-verb dept.

It's funny.  Laugh. 244

bukharin writes "'w00t', the "small word that packs a pretty big punch", has been named Word of the Year for 2007 by dictionary gurus Merriam-Webster. Visitors to the Merriam-Webster website were asked to vote for one of 20 commonly searched words and phrases. Facebook was the runner-up. Previously honored geek words include google (runner-up in 2006) and blog (winner in 2004)."

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What? (5, Insightful)

Gigiya (1022729) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670481)

I haven't seen anyone use "w00t" in about three years.

Re:What? (4, Funny)

Laebshade (643478) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670495)

ya rly

Re:What? (4, Insightful)

SatanicPuppy (611928) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670517)

It's definitely on the decline in nerd culture. I guess the rest of the world is picking through our discards.

Re:What? (4, Funny)

Etrias (1121031) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670711)

It's hard to see it in any context but geek culture. I can't imagine that many people will even think it means anything other than some other misspelling.

Ladies and gentlemen, Merriam-Webster has officially jumped the shark.

Re:What? (4, Insightful)

Elemenope (905108) | more than 6 years ago | (#21671237)

A friend of mine's license plate is w00t. And he's a geek but by no means a cripplingly stunted one. Then again, the fact that the license plate was available says loads about just how important this word is to geek culture...not very.

re: Dictionaries jumping the shark...no kidding. Then again, dictionaries aren't supposed to be up to date so much as a conservative normalizing force in language usage. IIRC, the first dictionaries were intended to regularize spelling variations, more so than be comprehensive catalogues of words in usage.

Re:What? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 6 years ago | (#21670825)

It's true, I was shocked this year to hear w00t being said by sorority girls at my university...
I was like...hey...you can't use that word...thats OUR word

Re:What? (3, Funny)

Billosaur (927319) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670991)

Word!!!

Re:What? (1)

skoaldipper (752281) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670609)

There is already Ubuntu code in Linspire, which you can pay for (w00t!).
said [ubuntu.com] Mark Shuttleworth - circa Nov. 2005 if memory serves.

All I have to say is w03! We owned the English! Language, that is...

Re:What? (1)

iapetus (24050) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670655)

So? When was the last time you saw anyone use 'sardoodledom' (one of the other nominees)?

Re:What? (1)

Mr Z (6791) | more than 6 years ago | (#21671197)

The last time? I haven't seen it used in a sentence for the first time. (Mentioning it by reference doesn't count.)

Re:What? (1)

Etrias (1121031) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670789)

What's even more ridiculous is that it's a backronym, where the definition is invented after the word is made up. "We owned the other team?" That's the definition. I always thought it to more of a general saying of approval or celebration.

Now all of these posers will have our secret geek password. I vote we get another one. Goatse, anyone?

Re:What? (1)

Tony Hoyle (11698) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670895)

Yeah it means something like 'great' or 'woo' (which it's probably historically related to).

'we owned the other team' doesn't even make sense in the context that it's used.

Re:What? (1)

dlZ (798734) | more than 6 years ago | (#21671263)

What's even more ridiculous is that it's a backronym, where the definition is invented after the word is made up. "We owned the other team?" That's the definition. I always thought it to more of a general saying of approval or celebration.

I remember using 'w00t' in IRC something like 15 or more years ago. I'm sure I wasn't the first. I don't even remember the last time I used it, but when I did, it was definitely being used as a way of saying 'woo!' or 'yay!' and had nothing to do with "We owned the other team."

Re:What? (1)

morgan_greywolf (835522) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670847)

Certainly not by anyone around here [slashdot.org] . Three days, three years, what's the difference?

Re:What? (2, Funny)

mecenday (1080691) | more than 6 years ago | (#21671011)

Yeah, people have just been so bummed since Bush was reelected.

What??? (5, Funny)

tritonman (998572) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670483)

Who still uses w00t? I haven't used that since like 1998... What's the PHRASE of 2007, "All your base are belong to us?"

Re:What??? (5, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 6 years ago | (#21670521)

According to my inbox, the most popular word for 2007 appears to be "V1@grA"

Re:What??? (3, Funny)

SCHecklerX (229973) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670647)

This year I'm thinking of getting jerseys made and leading a team at the 24 hours of big bear as "Team V1@gra". Our motto, also on the jerseys, will be "Ride Hard"

Re:What??? (-1, Offtopic)

darjen (879890) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670783)

You still get spam in your inbox? Guess I've been spoiled by gmail's great filtering...

Re:What??? (5, Funny)

webmaster404 (1148909) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670531)

No the key phrase for years 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007 is "This is the year of Linux on the desktop"

Re:What??? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 6 years ago | (#21670697)

But has Netcraft confirmed it yet?

Re:What??? (1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 6 years ago | (#21670765)

Linux is on my desktop. It's on the desktop of many scientists, engineers, and general techie types, and lately (especially outside the USA) the desktops of many a corporate drone. "The Desktop" seems to be a bit like "AI", once you get a chunk, it's redefined. "That's not 'The Desktop' we mean!". Well, fuck you. Linux is on the desktop right now, bitches.

Re:What??? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 6 years ago | (#21670769)

"This is the year of Linux on the desktop"

Yes, yes it is.

I downloaded the ISOs, burned them to CD, and they're still sitting on my desktop.

Re:What??? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 6 years ago | (#21671039)

In all seriousness, though: I've been using Ubuntu Gutsy Gibbon on my Dell laptop, with Desktop Effects on . . . and it is, seriously, a great desktop experience. I've had a ton of "Woah! That looks awesome!" comments from Windows users.
I have had to do modify config files here and there (for example, to get 915resolution going to get the laptop's LCD working at full resolution), but . . . almost everything else has worked right out of the box. From where I'm sitting, the Year of the Linux (Ubuntu, anyway) Desktop is definitely getting closer. (If it's not here already.)

Re:What??? (1)

jammindice (786569) | more than 6 years ago | (#21671259)

Oh, i thought the phrase might have been "Duke Nukem Forever will be out next year!"

Re:What??? (1)

Mr Z (6791) | more than 6 years ago | (#21671299)

Heh... Linux has been my desktop for 14 years now.

Re:What??? (1)

Luminus (34868) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670739)

quote from TFA-"This year's winning word first became popular in competitive online gaming forums as part of what is known as l33t ("leet," or "elite") speak -- an esoteric computer hacker language in which numbers and symbols are put together to look like letters."

Esoteric computer hacker language?
Please.

How would these people define pig latin? "A sophisticated and secretive juvenile code, in which consonants are shifted to the end of the word and the suffix "-Ay" is added to complete the transition?"

(They actually define it as "a jargon that is made by systematic alteration of English". Which IMO is a far better definition of leet speak.)

old people ftw!

Re:What??? (1)

Nexcis (962706) | more than 6 years ago | (#21671121)

I used it just yesterday in an IRC channel.. Albeit I haven't probably used it for at least a year before that. I was quite happy and excited about something and that's what came naturally.

Didn't get the Memo (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 6 years ago | (#21670489)

What a n00b, the word of the year every year is your choice of pr0n or b00bs and don't forget 3.

Re:Didn't get the Memo (2, Interesting)

smitty_one_each (243267) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670877)

The memo I seemed to miss is that "word", in the written language context, now accepts embedded numerals.
Maybe we can solve the overload problem by suffixing a word with a non-pronounced number pointing to the definition intended by the writer, e.g. love2: "a feeling of warm personal attachment or deep affection, as for a parent, child, or friend", instead of love3: "sexual passion or desire".
Of course, many careers are founded upon the existing ambiguity...

Re:Didn't get the Memo (1)

capnchicken (664317) | more than 6 years ago | (#21671317)

Brilliant! Screw this procedural English language, we need overloading, we need encapsulation, we need inheritance, by Job we need an Object Oriented language!

That is quite exciting (4, Funny)

eln (21727) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670513)

I am elated by this news. I feel a great sense of triumph that this word has received such an honor. If only there were some word that could express my happiness at this victory for geek-kind, perhaps a word with numbers substituted for letters somewhere.

Oh well, I guess I'll just go with "yay".

Re:That is quite exciting (1, Troll)

Shabbs (11692) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670567)

I'll bet 95% of the "kids" using it these days don't even know where it comes from or what it really means. Hell, some of them probably weren't even BORN when it started being used. Kids... sigh...

Re:That is quite exciting (2, Funny)

somersault (912633) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670601)

I'm guessing it's from ancient samurai culture [wikipedia.org] . w00t pants! *boogies*

Re:That is quite exciting (1)

lostsatellite82 (1153629) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670867)

Honestly I have no idea where it came from so like any good slashdotter, I ran to wiki and then called my search over.

http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/w00t [wiktionary.org]

Wiki doesn't even know the true origin of the word and while I joke about the correctness of wiki, when it comes to pop culture and memes, there is no better source than a million dorks the world over pouring their hobbies into a database.

Re:That is quite exciting (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 6 years ago | (#21670897)

A truly good slashdotter would understand that there are many wikis on the Internet, and stop referring to Wikipedia as the one "wiki".

Re:That is quite exciting (1)

Mister Transistor (259842) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670661)

Didn't you mean "y4y"?

a word with numbers in it? (1)

rodney dill (631059) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670519)

I thought the correct representation was w00t, with 'zeroes' and not capital O's, as in wOOt.

Re:a word with numbers in it? (1)

Jugalator (259273) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670575)

?

But that's what the article is saying too. w00t, not wOOt.

Re:a word with numbers in it? (3, Interesting)

techpawn (969834) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670603)

I mean, how "correct" are we being with this. I always thought w00t was a l33t thing. I have never seen it used outside of computer geek circles really and it's assumed that j00r sp34k1n6 1|\| l33t s0 7h3 00z 4r3 7h3r3.

I guess there is some truthiness with how they pick their words though.

Re:a word with numbers in it? (1)

dryueh (531302) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670699)

If you were to look at the linked article, you'd see that, yes, w00t is spelled with zeroes, not "O's".

Please... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 6 years ago | (#21671305)

... don't feed the trolls.

w00t! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 6 years ago | (#21670527)

w00t!

Re:w00t! (1)

ircmaxell (1117387) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670545)

There's always woot.com... That's been gaining popularity rapidly...

Veni, Vidi, Vici (5, Funny)

syntaxeater (1070272) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670549)

can now be summarized as "mount, grep, w00t"

google (3, Interesting)

superwiz (655733) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670553)

The only reason google lost is because the criterion was the most "commonly searched for words". If someone can already search, how likely are they to search for "google"?

Re:google (1)

blitzkrieg3 (995849) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670993)

... or because they already won 'word of the year' last year.

I think they based the criterion on the most popular word, that is, the one with the most votes. From TFA:

Thousands of you took part in the search for Merriam-Webster's Word of the Year for 2007, and the vast majority of you chose a small word that packs a pretty big punch.
Why they all chose this word (presumably the word should be current), no one knows. Maybe the gaming community thought it was time they got their due.

Re:google (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 6 years ago | (#21671021)

actually, i remember reading somewhere that the most commonly searched word on Yahoo! is the word google.

Re:google (1)

Fozzyuw (950608) | more than 6 years ago | (#21671185)

If someone can already search, how likely are they to search for "google"?

I admit. I typed "Yahoo" into Google before. =P

Re:google (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 6 years ago | (#21671303)

If you type the word "google" into Google, you'll break the internet.

Yes but... (1)

gentooligan (936853) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670561)

...what is the w00t of the year?

I can just see the future... (4, Funny)

east coast (590680) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670569)

Word of the year in 2012? Über.

2013: Slashvertisement
2014: fucktard
2015:1337

Re:I can just see the future... (4, Funny)

somersault (912633) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670631)

2011: lolcat

Re:I can just see the future... (3, Funny)

Billosaur (927319) | more than 6 years ago | (#21671111)

2010: asstunnel

WTF? (4, Insightful)

Cleon (471197) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670581)

Leet-speak from 2001 gets named "word of the year" in 2007? How does that work?

Next year I suppose it'll be "pwned."

£4m3.

Re:WTF? (1)

Otter (3800) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670713)

Looking at the runners-up, we have "conundrum" dated to 1645, "apathetic" from 1744 and "hypocrite" from ancient Greece. Novelty doesn't seem to be a factor. And how often was "sardoodledom" used in 2007?!?

As for worst word/phrase of 2007, "bricked" and "SKU" rank high, but nothing inspires the urge to strangle like "__? Not so much."

Re:WTF? (1)

Otter Escaping North (945051) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670831)

And how often was "sardoodledom" used in 2007?!?

It's a perfectly cromulent word.

Re:WTF? (1)

Tony Hoyle (11698) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670961)

You may joke but 'cromulent' will end up in the dictionary very soon I expect.. 'Embiggens' hasn't entered pop culture nearly so much though.

Re:WTF? (5, Funny)

Anne_Nonymous (313852) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670729)

So you're saying the "word of the year" competition is m00t?

Re:WTF? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 6 years ago | (#21670741)

oblig link on w00t [doubletongued.org]

Re:WTF? (4, Informative)

Jugalator (259273) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670799)

They must just now be discovering Microsoft's leet speak tutorial archives [archive.org] .

Microsoft got boring though, now that page simply redirects here [microsoft.com] instead.

It's interesting to follow the revision histories on that page on archive.org. It started out pretty much as my first link, then they removed the "illegal activities" section probably out of political correctness and not wanting to damage their reputation, and now there's no info on leetspeak at all.

Re:WTF? (1)

Pharmboy (216950) | more than 6 years ago | (#21671245)

2001? w00t (and w00+) have been around much, much longer than 2001, you n00b ;)

00 ok? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 6 years ago | (#21670605)

Can words officially be spelled with numbers?

Re:00 ok? (1)

Tastecicles (1153671) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670633)

Apparently so, but you'll get marked down for it.

Re:00 ok? (1)

Futile Rhetoric (1105323) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670637)

I was wondering the same thing. I guess they can, now; the dictionary has spoken.

Re:00 ok? (2, Informative)

CRCulver (715279) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670671)

Any mainstream lexiconographer will readily admit that his work is descriptive, not prescriptive.

Re:00 ok? (2, Funny)

Futile Rhetoric (1105323) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670709)

Which only means that we need more Grammar Nazis as lexicographers. Grammatik macht frei.

Re:00 ok? (1)

A Name Similar to Di (875837) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670717)

It's a pity, I almost had a new way to dispose of my w's in scrabble. Now I'm boned.

Re:00 ok? (2, Funny)

dryueh (531302) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670785)

Two blank tiles will do the trick.

..of course, with this announcement, the next version of Scrabble will have to be rescored and retiled to accomodate more possible entries. I, for one, welcome our alphanumeric overlords.

Follow ups (1)

InvisblePinkUnicorn (1126837) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670623)

Following "w00t" in the list of most searched-for terms were such terms as "clearasil" and "cheetos".

answer me these questions 3 (5, Funny)

Gearoid_Murphy (976819) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670635)

w00t is your name? w00t is your favourite color? w00t is the air speed velocity of an unladen swallow!!!!!

Re:answer me these questions 3 (2, Interesting)

securityfolk (906041) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670733)

African or European?

Re:answer me these questions 3 (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 6 years ago | (#21670845)

w00t the f***?

At least it's not... (2, Insightful)

foniksonik (573572) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670679)


Bling
Jiggy
Fresh
Bad
Gnarly
Dude

or any of the popular slang words from our childhood... of course those were all 3-5 years old by the time they reached nationwide popularity too..

It does represent the shifting focus of teen age pop culture however... surfer, skater, rocker, DJ Mixer, hip-hopper, Rap Star, Nerd, Hacker

What's next? ask the kids... they know.

Re:At least it's not... (1)

Richard Steiner (1585) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670953)

From YOUR childhood, maybe.

Now get off my lawn! :-)

'Dude" is out? (1)

Petersko (564140) | more than 6 years ago | (#21671255)

"At least it's not... Bling Jiggy Fresh Bad Gnarly Dude..."

Come on, now... "dude" has stood the test of time, and has remained in constant usage for decades. Don't harsh my mellow.

"Dictionary Guru"? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 6 years ago | (#21670681)

What is that, and how do I become one?

woot! (0)

securityfolk (906041) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670689)

...'nuf said... ;-)

These guys will be thrilled (2, Interesting)

cybermage (112274) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670735)

woot! [woot.com]

For those not familiar with the site, they sell one product a day, until it's gone, at a deep discount. Today (12/13/2007) it's a NavMan GPS for $149.

I hit the site every day.

All I have to say is (1)

Alzheimers (467217) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670759)

\o/

It's the end of the world (2, Funny)

PhuCknuT (1703) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670767)

I believe this is the first sign of the apocalypse.

1989 called (1)

whuddafugger (942622) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670773)

arsenio hall wants his word back.

What about this word of the year? (3, Funny)

Jozxyqk (16657) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670779)

09 f9 11 02 9d 74 e3 5b d8 41 56 c5 63 56 88 c0

Re:What about this word of the year? (5, Funny)

Von Helmet (727753) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670861)

I make that to be 4 words, assuming a word length of 32 bits.

Re:What about this word of the year? (1)

Tony Hoyle (11698) | more than 6 years ago | (#21671001)

Dinosour... everyone knows words are 64 bits now.

Unless you're using Windows, in which case they're still 16 bits.

You'd think that... (5, Informative)

PinkyDead (862370) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670793)

Merriam-Webster's word of the year would be in their dictionary.

http://www.m-w.com/dictionary/w00t [m-w.com] . Odd that.

Merriam-Webster needs to leave the house more... (4, Insightful)

Loosifur (954968) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670839)

Pecksniffian? Pecksniffian was in the running??

Seriously???

W00t aint a word (1)

tristian_was_here (865394) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670881)

It aint a word because it contains two numbers. Who ever thought to give it a title is a tw4t.

Etymology (5, Interesting)

Bjrn (4836) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670887)

The Etymology according to the wiktionary [wiktionary.org]

Of uncertain origin; theories include:

  • an acronym from "we own the other team";
  • an onomatopoeia representing the sound of capture sirens from online capture the flag games;
  • a blend of wow and loot;
  • a leetspeak mutation of whoo, what or root;
  • a corruption of root, shouted by hackers when they obtain root-level access in a targeted system.

w00t first released (1)

NynexNinja (379583) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670917)

I don't know about you, but I first saw w00t circa 1990 on efnet #hack... didnt he have an account on upt.org?

planet/population rescue, voted #1 project.... (-1, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | more than 6 years ago | (#21670923)

for the gnu millennium.

excerpted from:

who needs an atmosphere /solar 'system' anyway?
(Score:-)mynuts won, the king is a fink)
by ourselves on everyday 24/7

particularly if it's already damaged?

http://www.cnn.com/2007/TECH/science/12/11/arctic.melt.ap/index.html [cnn.com] [cnn.com]

after all, we'll still have gas for yOUR suv's, & electricity/freezers to make ice for yOUR cocktails, right?

that could explain why the nazis are so busy blocking out the suns' rays without mentioning it to us? so we won't have to fret about anything?

we're intending for the megalomaniacal execrable to give up/fail even further, in attempting to control the 'weather'.

http://video.google.com/videosearch?hl=en&q=video+cloud+spraying [google.com] [google.com]

better days ahead, for some?

these, & other questions almost never raised, might be addressed in the not very likely upcoming; yOUR elected president 'lonesome al gore answers yOUR questions interview, here on /.? he's at least part citizen, &/or scientist, right?

consult with/trust in yOUR creators. providing more than enough of everything for everyone (without any distracting/spiritdead personal gain motives), whilst badtolling unprecedented evile, using an unlimited supply of newclear power, since/until forever. see you there?

Mmmkay... (3, Interesting)

tomzyk (158497) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670977)

From the article:

Thousands of you took part in the search for Merriam-Webster's Word of the Year for 2007, and the vast majority of you chose a small word that packs a pretty big punch. The word you've selected ...
Um... so this word was selected by a "vast majority" of the "thousands" that participated in selecting the Word of the Year.

Does anyone else think that this was just a joke played by some highschool kids saying that they own your website? The only reason "pwned" (or any variation of it) wasn't used is because it would be too obvious that scriptkiddies rigged your election.

Alternative Definition (1)

Alzheimers (467217) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670981)

I've also seen woot as an acronym for "(i) Want One Of Those", as in Woot.Com [woot.com] and the more interesting iWoot.com [iwoot.com] , which is kind of a british ThinkGeek.

Woot (1)

MM_LONEWOLF (994599) | more than 6 years ago | (#21670995)

Doesn't surprise me. I acutally knew someone at the SD ambassadors of excellence camp whose name was woot, because his original given name when he was born in norway was too hard to pronounce in english.

Opps... (1)

ZiakII (829432) | more than 6 years ago | (#21671049)

For awhile any website that asked for a e-mail that really did not need it. I used the e-mail address woot@woot.com, I felt bad once I discovered woot.com was actually a website, and the amount of spam that I know have going to them.

Re:Opps... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 6 years ago | (#21671269)

i use postmaster@microsoft.com for all those spammy sites. works well, and it actually improves your karma.

Most of the runner-ups aren't current either (2, Informative)

blitzkrieg3 (995849) | more than 6 years ago | (#21671143)

Take a look at words like hypocrite, conundrum, quixotic; none of these words is current. It would appear that voters didn't care if a word was actually USED in 2007, just that they liked the word and thought it deserved mention. Pecksniffian dates as far back as 1894.

The real winner of 2007: (1)

rollthelosindice (635783) | more than 6 years ago | (#21671149)

NO CARE EVER.

December 12, 2007. (1)

brouski (827510) | more than 6 years ago | (#21671171)

The day the language died.

Re:December 12, 2007. (1)

lonechicken (1046406) | more than 6 years ago | (#21671239)

The day the language died.
Didn't the language die when English teachers were incorrectly using your/you're, to/too/two, and its/it's? Oh wait, newspaper editors are making those mistakes too... Oy!
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