Radomir would be my word! Its definition would simply be "Yes."These are some of the many, many possible uses for the word:
Person A: "Your mother is such a terrible person! I would like to drive her out of this neighborhood with my excessively loud rap music!"
Person B: "No, my mom is nice! Everyone that has talked to her for even as little as a moment understands this."
Person A: "I want your mom to leave right now!"
Person B: "Well, Radomir!"
Person A: "Oh my gosh! I'm so sorry! I didn't mean it! Really! May I pay your mother and give her a back rub?"
When someone is outlandishly depressed from too much rap music and is standing on a tall building so as to jump and end his or her life, even during the jump, someone shouting, "Radomir!" would immediately help that person. While falling, the person who hears this amazing word will have the power to punch a hole in a passing window and roll through it to land safely.
This could even work for inanimate objects, like stereos playing rap music! You could just yell the word Radomir at things, and they'd immediately stop all displeasing attributes and give you money and backrubs.
Plus, with such a definition as "Yes," it would be really easy to find "Radomir" in the dictionary in the middle of a bunch of fairly long definitions.
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