Trump: The Dictionary

PELLA, IA - JANUARY 23: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump greets guests during a campaign event January 23, 2016
PELLA, IA - JANUARY 23: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump greets guests during a campaign event January 23, 2016 in Pella, Iowa. Trump, who is seeking the nomination from the Republican Party is on the presidential campaign trail across Iowa ahead of the Iowa Caucus taking place February 1. (Photo by Joshua Lott/Getty Images)

Trumpalicious: The sense of wonder and excitement coming from being in His presence or running from the room when He walks in.

Grump-A-Trump: The collective mumble of the Republican Establishment trying to figure out how the Great March Rightward ended with a thrice-married, four-times bankrupt, former Democrat as your presidential candidate.

Trumpoline: The screening device used at the entrance to a Trump rally to make you giddy or nauseous, or both.

Trump-A-Dope: The technique the Donald tried out on Jeb Bush and perfected on Ted Cruz.

Trumpism: An ideology positing that bragging, insulting, making stuff up and attacking journalists are the foundation of a winning presidential campaign.

Dr. Trumpenstein: Karl Rove. A spin doctor who for years stitched together a coalition of angry white people, mostly from the South, and then panicked when it came to life and escaped from his control.

Forrest Trump: A famous personality with diminished mental capacity who said, "I just feel like running."

Four No-Trump: A bid in a game of bridge played by Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, Rand Paul and John Kasich.

Trumpled: The condition of a Republican presidential candidate who attacked the Donald.

Trump-fro: An alternative hair-do intended to let African-Americans know that the Donald can relate.

Trumpleskiltskin: An ancient elf who spun gold from straw, who escaped capture by climbing a ladder of hair.

Trump: A card trick that enables you to win when you have no cards, but a good suit.