Verb. The act of jumping on one foot.
“I like to nornge on one foot, then the other.”
by Michael Hanttula · Jun 3, 2009 · Mission: Rhyme with Orange · 3 comments
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I rather like this first entry. Although, I think the proper sample usage would be “I like to nornge on my left foot, then on my right.” (since “nornge on one foot” would be the same as saying “jump on one foot on one foot”)
I am liking the last one here the most!
Nornge. “I seem to nornge often with my other foot. Oops! OWOWW. I’m a klutz.
Since most people do enjoy norngeing — but most of us forget its joy cuz it doesn’t have it’s own special word….
Good one! You’ve got my vote!
Susan K. Proulx
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