15 Nov 2017

batam-eters

Definition


batam-eters v; to be-cum-quam(in with a certain way, especially a balanced degree)  staying young(bata) by way of natural, medicinal, activities proven to rejuvenate, usually things that some still consider to be taboo improper, immoral, or evil  

 

batam-eter; a master at eating, drinking and leading a merrily wild, balanced cum-quam, healthy, lifestyle

 

batam-eter; one who shines, a youthful glow, energetic and extremely happy   

 

 

 

bata’ (young,youthful) ‘m’(medicinal, i.e master-bater, mouth/muff-kissing, meditate, massage, medicate, medical marijuana, magical mushrooms

 

 

 

Tagalog

 

bata; young, sweetheart, to persevere; to endure, to bear

 

to grow young again; to be rejuvenated

 

 

 

Borrowed from Old French baer (“to open the mouth”); compare French bayer.

 

ba (third-person singular simple present bas, present participle baing, simple past and past participle baed)

 

  1. (transitive, obsolete) To kiss

 

ba (plural bas)

 

  1. In ancient Egyptian mythology, a being's soul or personality, represented as a bird-headed figure, which survives after death but must be sustained with offerings of food

 

Akan

 

ba

 

  1. (Fante) come

 

Haitian Creole

 

ba

 

  1. give

 

Yapese

 

to be (doing something)

 

Zulu

 

ba

 

  1. to be
  2. to become

 

 

 

Interjection

 

ba-dum ching

 

Imitating a drum roll and cymbal crash played as a comic sting.

 

(humorous) Used to underscore or acknowledge a joke; the noise that you make after someone tells a joke, can be done orally or by a drum kit.

 

Basque

 

ba

 

Suffix appended to words to create a kinship term

 

 

 

 

ba-dongadong; slang, penis and breast

 

ba da bing, ba da boom

 

interjection

 

An exclamation describing something that happens quickly and easily : went in to get a tattoo—ba da bing, ba da boom

 

 

 

From Thai ????? (yaa-bâa, “madness drug”).

 

ya ba

 

  1. (rare, chiefly Asia) A tablet containing a mix of methamphetamine and caffeine, popular among drug users in Thailand.

 

Crimean Tatar

 

tam

 

1.    teeming, full

 

From Old English t?man, whence also team.

 

teem (third-person singular simple present teems, present participle teeming, simple past and past participle teemed)

 

  1. To be stocked to overflowing.
    • Sir Walter Scott

 

his mind teeming with schemes of future deceit to cover former villainy

 

  1. To be prolific; to abound.

 

Risk is everywhere. From tabloid headlines insisting that coffee causes cancer (yesterday, of course, it cured it) to stern government warnings about alcohol and driving, the world is teeming with goblins.

 

  1. To bring forth young, as an animal; to produce fruit, as a plant; to bear; to be pregnant; to conceive; to multiply

 

To think fit

 

Latin

 

tam

 

From Proto-Indo-European *téh?m, accusative of *séh?, feminine of *só. Conf er with its masculine form Latin tum, as in cum-quam.

 

Latin

 

cum; with

 

quam

 

  1. in what (which) way, to what (which) degree; how, how much, as much as, as far as

 

tam; pikul ----units of measure) A traditional South and East Asian unit of weight, based upon the load of a shoulder pole and varying by place and over time but usually standardized at about 60 kg.

 

Dutch

 

Etymology

 

root of eten 'to eat' + -er

 

eter; to eat

 

From Latin aeth?r (“the upper pure, bright air”), from Ancient Greek α?θ?ρ (aith?r, “upper air”), from α?θω (aíth?, “I burn, shine”).

 

Norwegian Bokmål

 

From Old Norse eta, from Proto-Germanic *etan?, from Proto-Indo-European *h?ed-.

 

ete (imperative et, present tense eter, passive etes, simple past åt, past participle ett, present participle etende)

 

  1. to eat

 

Albanian

 

et; to set out for; to strive'

 

et; thirst

 

Latin

 

From Proto-Indo-European *éti. Cognate with Old English prefix ed- (“anew, again”). More at ed-.

 

et; beans, meat, and amperstand, the number ‘8’ Chinese lucky number

 

Example use


 

 

 

Hey whats that happy sexy couples secret, how do they keep looking so young!!

Theyre 'batam-eters', healthy balanced, thrill seekers, not filthy naysaying bottom feeders, theyre on a constant physical and spiritual adventure

Word came from


'master' bate; an extremel healthy activity

by truble