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AC WigAC Wig
[ɛɪsiː wɪg]
noun
Abbreviation for "Altadorian Wig With Golden Ribbon". An item that can be worn on your Neopet's head, won from an Altador Cup Neocash event.
Example Usage:
"I wish I'd taken part in the challenge for the AC Wig. Now I have to try and find someone willing to swap me one..."
See Also: Altadorian Wig with Golden Ribbon
Category: Customisation

AppleApple
['æpəl]
noun
When not being used to refer to the common fruit, this is most often an abbreviation for "Appetising Caramel Apple", a wearable Hallowe'en-themed item that was available from a Neocash Mystery Capsule.
Example Usage:
"Will you trade something for my Apple? I'm open to offers."
See Also: Appetising Caramel Apple
Category: Customisation

BloomingBlooming
['bluːmɪŋ]
noun
Abbreviation for "Blooming Garden", a wearable flower-themed item that was once available from a Neocash Mystery Capsule.
Example Usage:
"I have Blooming, as well as a bunch of other Mystery Capsule stuff, if anyone wants to trade."
See Also: Blooming Garden
Category: Customisation

BoardBoard
[bɔːd]
noun
(1) A section of the Neoboards, Neopets.com's chatting area. Different boards are themed around different subjects.
(2) An individual thread on the Neoboards.

Note: "Boards", plural, is an abbreviation for "Neoboards" and refers to the entire chat system in general.
Example Usage:
(1) "Sorry, I don't think anyone here knows much about Neocash trading values. Maybe you should try the NC Mall board?"
(2) "You already made a board on this topic. Why are you trying to start a new one?"
Category: Boards

Cookie GrabberCookie Grabber
['kʊkiː 'gɹæbəɹ]
noun
A special type of script, hidden in a webpage, that tricks your computer into sending its "cookies", or stored website data, to an outside source. Web pages with cookie grabbers are often set up by malicious users who want to be able to access others' accounts, and are frequently disguised as giveaways or pages of "secrets".
Example Usage:
"He sent me a link to an offsite web page that he said was a special Neocash giveaway, but I was worried it might be a cookie grabber so I didn't click it."
See Also: Account Security
Category: Technical Stuff

CustomCustom
['kʌstəm]
noun
(1) A Neopet created for another player as a gift or part of a trade, of the species and colour of the recipient's choosing. A '____k custom' specifies the amount of Neopoints the creator is willing to spend on painting the pet.
(2) An offer to spend a specified amount of Neocash on a selection of NC Mall items of the recipient's choice.
Example Usage:
(1) "She offered me a 1mil custom, and as luck would have it, Faerie Paint Brushes were exactly 1mil... so now I have a Faerie Bori!"
(2) "I can offer you a 500NC custom for that, if you'd rather."
Category: Uncategorized

FCFC
[ɛfsiː]
noun
1) Abbreviation of "Fan Clubs". A Neoboard where a lot of casual chatter goes on.

2) Abbreviation of "Food Club". A popular betting game based on the eating habits of various Krawk Island denizens.

3) Abbreviation of "Fortune Cookie". An item bought from the NC Mall which gives gifts or special bonuses when opened.
Example Usage:
(1) "There aren't any Neoboards in my language, so people who speak it tend to get together on a special thread we make every day on the FC."
(2) "What FC bets did you place today?"
(3) "I wish I had enough Neocash for another Faerie Quest FC."
See Also: Food Club Guide , Fortune Cookie Guide
Category: Uncategorized

GB CapGB Cap
[dʒiːbiː kæp]
noun
Abbreviation for "Gift Box (Mystery) Capsule". A Mystery Capsule from the NC Mall that, as well as clothing or furniture for your pet, contains a gift box so you can send the items to your friends.
Example Usage:
"I live in a country where you can't buy Neocash Cards, so I have to get my gift boxes from GB caps."
See Also: NC Mall
Category: Items and Restocking

Gift BoxGift Box
[gɪft bɒks]
noun
A special item that is required to send items bought from the NC Mall to other accounts. Currently, there is no way to buy gift boxes; they can be acquired by redeeming a Neocash Card, or given out in special events.
Example Usage:
"I want to send this dress to my sister, but I haven't got any spare gift boxes at the moment."
Category: Items and Restocking

GingyGingy
['dʒɪndʒiː]
noun
Abbreviation for "Gingerbread Wings". A wearable set of wings that was available from a Neocash Mystery Capsule.
Example Usage:
"I've been looking EVERYWHERE for a Gingy, but nobody seems to have one for trade..."
See Also: Gingerbread Wings
Category: Customisation

GramGram
[gɹæm]
noun
A special greeting that can be purchased with Neocash at the NC Mall. It will be delivered to the user of your choice along with a special-edition Neocash item. Grams are only available on a few special occasions.
Example Usage:
"I'm sending a Birthday Gram to my best friend! Won't he be surprised?"
Category: Items and Restocking

GulpGulp
[gʌlp]
noun
Abbreviation for "Gulp... Underwater Reef Background", a wearable piece of scenery featuring a seabed, which was available from a Neocash Mystery Capsule.
Example Usage:
"Looking for a Gulp to complete my pet's water-themed outfit!"
See Also: Gulp... Underwater Reef Background
Category: Customisation

ICCICC
[aɪsiːsiː]
noun
Abbreviation for "Ice Cream Cone String Lights". A wearable item that was originally available from a Neocash Mystery Capsule.
Example Usage:
"D'you think I should keep the ICC on my pet, or swap it for something better suited to his colours?"
See Also: Ice Cream Cone String Lights
Category: Customisation

JJPBJJPB
[dʒɛɪdʒɛɪpiːbiː]
noun
Abbreviation for "JubJub Power Bounce". An activity accessed by buying special tokens at the NC Mall, where players win one of a number of exclusive Neocash items.
Example Usage:
"This dress came from JJPB. I'm so lucky to have got one of the better prizes!"
See Also: JubJub Power Bounce
Category: Games

MallMall
[mɒl]
noun
(1) A collection of user shops whose owners all link to one another, organised so that their contents do not overlap. For instance, one shop might have only toys, another only grooming items, and so on for many different categories.
(2) An abbreviation for "NC Mall". The place where Neocash can be spent on pet clothes and furniture.
Example Usage:
(1) "I wonder if my shop would get more customers if I was part of a mall?"
(2) "Have you seen the new dress that's on sale in the Mall?"
See Also: The NC Mall
Category: Items and Restocking

NCNC
[ɛnsiː]
noun
Abbreviation of "Neocash". A virtual currency used in Neopia. Unlike Neopoints, Neocash is purchased with real-world money and is used in the NC Mall. (Previously, it was also used in other Nickelodeon games like Monkey Quest and Petpet Park.)
Example Usage:
"Oh, why did they have to release so many pretty items this week? I'm going to end up buying more NC!"
See Also: NC Mall
Category: Items and Restocking

Neoboard PenNeoboard Pen
['niːoʊbɔːd pɛn]
noun
An item that can be bought with Neocash. Owning one allows a user to post longer messages on the Neoboards, and to easily switch between using different fonts and avatars.
Example Usage:
"I bought a Neoboard Pen because I was really fed up of always running out of posting space."
Category: Boards

NeocashNeocash
[niːoʊkæʃ]
noun
A virtual currency used in Neopia. Unlike Neopoints, Neocash is purchased with real-world money and is used in the NC Mall. It is commonly abbreviated to NC. Neocash was also known as Nickcash on sites such as Petpet Park and Monkey Quest, which used the Neocash currency in the past.
Example Usage:
"This background cost me 200 Neocash, but it's worth it!"
See Also: NC Mall
Category: Items and Restocking

Neocash CardNeocash Card
['niːoʊkaʃ kaːd]
noun
A special ticket which can be bought in real life at certain shopping chains, then redeemed on Neopets by entering the code printed on the card. Once the card is successfully redeemed, the owner will receive a sum of Neocash (which can be used at the NC Mall) and one or more gift boxes.
Example Usage:
"Did you hear? They're finally selling Neocash Cards in this country! I'll have to check my local supermarket."
Category: Items and Restocking

NGCNGC
[ɛndʒiːsiː]
noun
(1) An abbreviation for "Nickelodeon Game Card". Another term for a Neocash Card.
(2) An abbreviation for "New Game Challenge". An event to mark the release of a new Flash game, where players are invited to beat certain high scores.
Example Usage:
(1) "Have any of the shops where you are started selling the new types of NGC yet?"
(2) "I won this hat for beating the NGC!"
Category: Uncategorized

PenPen
[pɛn]
noun
Abbreviation for "Neoboard Pen". An item that can be bought with Neocash. Owning one allows a user to post longer messages on the Neoboards, and to easily switch between using different fonts and avatars.
Example Usage:
"I'm going to make myself a Meridell-themed font to use with my new pen!"
Category: Boards

PLDPLD
[piːɛldiː]
noun
Abbreviation for "Pretty Little Daisy". A cute wearable flower that was originally available from a Neocash Mystery Capsule.
Example Usage:
"The PLD on your Ixi looks super-adorable!"
See Also: Pretty Little Daisy
Category: Customisation

PLSPLS
[piːɛlɛs]
noun
Abbreviation for "Paper Lantern Staff". A glowing wearable accessory that was originally available from a Neocash Mystery Capsule.
Example Usage:
"My pet's clothing has a Shenkuu theme, so the PLS would be perfect to top it off."
See Also: Paper Lantern Staff
Category: Customisation

PMCPMC
[piːɛmsiː]
noun
Abbreviation for "Pink Mountain and Cloud Background". A piece of wearable scenery based on the game Faerie Cloud Racers.
Example Usage:
"The PMC was only available by beating a Neocash game challenge, I'm afraid, so you can't buy one directly."
See Also: Pink Mountain and Cloud Background
Category: Customisation

RadiantRadiant
['ɹɛɪdiːənt]
noun
Abbreviation for "Radiant Sun Rise Background". An inspiring piece of wearable scenery that was originally available from a Neocash Mystery Capsule.
Example Usage:
"I've been looking for a Radiant to put on my active pet for a while, but I've had no luck finding someone to trade items with."
See Also: Radiant Sun Rise Background
Category: Customisation

RarityRarity
['ɹɛəɹɪtiː]
noun
A number that indicates how often, and by what methods, an item is released into Neopia. Items with lower numbers will appear in the main Neopian shops more often. Note that a very high rarity number does not necessarily indicate a high-priced or in-demand item; free omelettes have rarity numbers in the 110s, and all Neocash items are r500.
Example Usage:
"The Wheel of Extravagance has a chance of giving you a prize with a rarity of 100!"
Category: Items and Restocking

Significant AdvantageSignificant Advantage
[sɪg'nɪfɪkənt æd'væntɪdʒ]
noun
A reference to the Neopets Team's responsibility not to introduce any new Neocash or Premium perk that will enable paying customers to be noticeably more successful in the main areas of Neopian life. While this is not an actual rule written down anywhere, most players perceive it as something that the Neopets Team will and should hold to.
Example Usage:
"I'd love to see a Neocash item that let you only see rare items in the shops, but I guess that would break Significant Advantage, so they'd never introduce it."
Category: Uncategorized

SkellySkelly
['skɛliː]
noun
Abbreviation for "Skeletal Face Paint". A rather spooky item of make-up for your pet.
Example Usage:
"Were you there for the Neocash game challenge that gave Skelly as a prize?"
See Also: Skeletal Face Paint
Category: Customisation

SWSSWS
[ɛsdʌbəljuːɛs]
noun
Abbreviation for "Spyder Web Staff". A spooky-looking cane for your Neopet to hold, originally available from a Neocash costume pack.
Example Usage:
"These days, the SWS is a really old and valuable item."
See Also: Spyder Web Staff
Category: Customisation

TransfabulatorTransfabulator
[tɹænz'fæbjuːlɛɪtə]
noun
A special machine that gives out new and exclusive Neocash items based on what your pet is currently wearing. Neocash must, however, be spent to gain access to the Transfabulator.
Example Usage:
"The Transfabulator is giving out a new set of items!"
See Also: Corridor of Chance
Category: Items and Restocking
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