perambulate \puh-RAM-byuh-layt\, intransitive verb:
- To walk about; to roam; to stroll; as, "he perambulated in the park."
- To walk through or over.
- To travel over for the purpose of surveying or inspecting.
Perambulate comes from Latin per-, "through" + ambulare, "to walk." The noun form is perambulation.
- Someone who texts on their cellphone in really inappropriate places, like movie theatres, concerts, plays, or during sex.
1. The movie was great, except right during the best scene, this text-hole in front of me lit up his phone and started texting away.
2. We were humping away, and she started texting her friend. She was a certified text-hole.
- 1883 - Thomas Edison's first village electric lighting system using overhead wires began operation in Roselle, NJ.
- 1957 - Johnny Cash made his first network TV appearance, on CBS' "Jackie Gleason Show."
- 1983 - Apple Lisa: the first Apple with a GUI and a mouse was announced; speedy (5 MHz) and robust (512 KiB RAM), it cost nearly $10,000)
- 1988 - Metallica began recording their fourth full-length release, "And Justice For All."
- Guy Madison 1922
- Fritz Weaver 1926
- Robert MacNeil 1931
- Laurie London 1944
- Shelley Fabares 1944
- Dolly Parton 1946 - Singer
- Ann Compton 1947
- Harvard Hinsley 1948
- Robert Palmer 1949
- Dewey Bunnell (America) 1952
- Desi Arnaz Jr. 1953
- Katy Sagal 1956
- A.J. McLean (Backstreet Boys) 1978
- Jodie Sweetin 1982