Definitions for "bug "
A general name applied to various insects belonging to the Hemiptera; as, the squash bug; the chinch bug, etc.
An insect of the genus Cimex, especially the bedbug (Cimex lectularius). See Bedbug.
An error in the coding of a computer program, especially one causing the program to malfunction or fail. See, for example, year 2000 bug.
Weight allowance given to an apprentice jockey; the * that indicates the weight allowance.
Apprentice Jockey who is allowed a reduced weight as they gain experience.
apprentice rider.
Keywords:  joker, wild, flush, ace, poker
a type of limited wild card in poker games: a bug always counts as an ace, unless giving it another value would enable it to complete a straight, a flush, or a straight flush
A wild card that can serve to fill a straight or flush, but which otherwise plays as an ace.
The Joker.
One of various species of Coleoptera; as, the ladybug; potato bug, etc.; loosely, any beetle.
An infectious microorganism; a germ{4}.
An undiagnosed illness, usually mild, believed to be caused by an infectious organism.
to annoy; to bother or pester.
annoy persistently; "The children teased the boy because of his stammer"
to bewilder or annoy.
The Arachnids (more commonly known as Bugs) are a fictional alien race from the movie Starship Troopers. Note that the bugs in the movie differ considerably from those in the novel on which it is based. In the novel, the bugs are called "Pseudo-Arachnids".
Bug is an American horror film ready for release in 2007 from Lionsgate. It's directed by William Friedkin, starring Ashley Judd, Harry Connick Jr and Michael Shannon. The film is based on a play written by Tracy Letts.
Bug is a 1975 horror film starring Bradford Dillman, Joanna Miles and Richard Gilliland. It was directed by Jeannot Szwarc and written by William Castle and Thomas Page. It was based on Page's 1973 novel The Hephaestus Plague (ISBN 0-399-11184-0), and concerns a highly intelligent species of insect which can make fire by rubbing its cerci together.
Keywords:  logo, arg, sig, indented, simplified
Logo of the manufacturer etched into or painted onto the ARG part.
A simplified version of a logo designed for small applications.
Another term for a sig or logo used to label a story; often indented into the text.
A hidden electronic listening device, used to hear or record conversations surreptitiously.
A hidden microphone, usually connected to a radio transmitter. Also, may be wired directly to a listening post.
A clandestine listening device; generally a small, hidden microphone and radio transmitter.
the manufacturer's identification mark that is usually placed in the stub or margin of a form.
Manufacturer's (union's) identification mark printed on a form or product, usually in an inconspicuous area.
Manufacturer's identification mark printed on a form or product, usually in an inconspicuous area.) Camera-ready art Any drawing, photos, illustration or lettering suitable for photographic reproduction.
Colloquial or slang term for bacterium.
a minute life form (especially a disease-causing bacterium); the term is not in technical use
slang for lobster
a micro-nation that has little or no claim to legitimacy (in micro-national terms, of course) due to its incredibly small size or other features. One such feature was famously pointed out by King Robert I when he derided micros using online forms as their sole means of handing out citizenship, since the point of such efforts was to fake legitimacy by increasing their numbers, as the Kingdom does now.
Jargon for contact mike or pickup used on acoustic guitars, violins, saxophones etc.
Keywords:  salve, crustacea, bait, sow, pill
One of certain kinds of Crustacea; as, the sow bug; pill bug; bait bug; salve bug, etc.
Keywords:  koch, dave, davies, album, fourth
Bug is also Dave Davies' fourth album, which was released in May 2002 by Koch Records.
A "Bug" in Bugzilla refers to an issue entered into the database which has an associated number, assignments, comments, etc. Many also refer to a "Ticket" or "Issue"; in this context, they are synonymous.
Any issue arising from the use of the product.
"bug" in Bugzilla refers to an issue entered into the database which has an associated number, assignments, comments, etc. Some also refer to a "tickets" or "issues"; in the context of Bugzilla, they are synonymous.
Keywords:  fbi, spy, telegraph, buried, suspected
tap a telephone or telegraph wire to get information; "The FBI was tapping the phone line of the suspected spy"; "Is this hotel room bugged?"
Stands for "buried underground wire". The line that runs from the neighborhood box (the b-box, phone pole or F2)
Keywords:  sick, giv'n, reason, calling, you
The reason you give for calling in sick
The reason you is a giv'n for calling in sick.
A bug is the description of something which went wrong or should be improved in a product or installation. Bugs have: A class A status (i.e. solved) A related product. A history of changes.
either a trilobite or something crawling from under an overturned rock
Anything that threatens the value of the product. Something that bugs someone whose opinion matters.
Lunar excursion module, landing unit of the Apollo spacecraft
Keywords:  terrifies, anything
A bugbear; anything which terrifies.
Someone who acts crazy or seeks attention by acting out. A cooking device (see Dunker).
Keywords:  morse, semi, automatic, mechanical, key
A mechanical keying device for transmitting Morse Code semi-automatically.
a semi-automatic mechanical code key.
Keywords:  brighton, users, group
Brighton Users Group
An enthusiast; -- used mostly in combination, as a camera bug.
Bicycle User Group An employer-based group to promote cycling, especially for work-related journeys
bug is a simple tracking system for console users. It only depends on common Unix commands. Its database format is a text file containing simple tabbed columns which can be even hand-edited. It uses $EDITOR for submitting or editing the issues and for changing states or priorities. It relies on four fixed fields: ID, Priority, State, and Subject.
Pathogen, such as a parasite, bacteria, fungus or virus.
A phenomenon with an understanding of why it happened.
The little graphic in the corner of the screen announcing what network you're watching.
Keywords:  signify, story, press, bit, case
A short bit of type, such as (AP). In this case, it would signify that the story is from the Associated Press.
Keywords:  backup, generator, see
see Backup Generator
a device installed into slot machines that prevents certain symbol combinations from appearing in the slot machine window
Keywords:  iron, pipe, magnetic, search, locator
To use a magnetic locator to search for an iron pipe.
Keywords:  old
An Old VW