plebbi

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Icelandic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Coined by Icelandic comedian and mayor of Reykjavík Jón Gnarr (in his novel Plebbabókin, literally meaning “The Book of Plebs”) from the Latin word plēbs (plebeians, common people), the lower class in Ancient Rome.

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plebbi m (genitive singular plebba, nominative plural plebbar)

  1. (slang, neologism) a pleb, a common person. Person out of their class at an event or gathering.
  2. (slang, neologism) A pathetic person seeking wealth and fake happiness. A typical "low-life."

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