term that Tharg used to refer to humans (whether they read 2000 AD or not)
similar to Earthlets, but applied to females only. This caused a furore on the letters page and eventually was deprecated in favour of the now gender-neutral term "earthlets", though now "Terrans" seems to be in vogue.
Kril Tro Thargo
honour bestowed on those who have performed services to thrill-power (typically by converting non-readers to the cause, or by buying and shipping copies of comics to readers who can't buy them for some reason, say because they're in a far-flung country that doesn't sell 2000 AD)
a strong expletive, exclaimed in moments of extreme anger or surprise
Splundig vur thrigg
farewell, common sign-off.
Squaxx dek Thargo (shortened to Squaxx)
friend of Tharg (any reader of 2000 AD, consumer of thrill-power).
Similar to "Fantastic" or other praise. It has inspired the names of the fanzine Zarjaz and the record label Zarjazz.
A corruption of arsehole (coined accidentally by the comic's artist, Simon Spurrier, when using Usenet — if you try to type HOL with your fingers shifted one letter to the left on a QWERTY keyboard, the result is GIK).