A distro of Linux which is similar to Redhat, except that it does not take up much disk space, and is fairly easy for helping Windows users to learn how to use Linux.
Mandrake Linux rules!
de AYB 16 février 2003
The Group Captain from Her Majesty's Royal Air Force who participates in the officer exchange program with the Burpelson Air Force Base in the film Dr. Strangelove. He tries to get the persuade General Jack D. Ripper to recall or give him the recall codes for the bomb wing set to drop nuclear weapons inside Russian borders.
I'm what you might call a water man, Jacky old boy.
de Phlagellum 24 octobre 2003
A slang Victorian era term for a male homosexual.
Your cousin is most certainly a mandrake, he even wears a pansy in his lapel.
de MrMurdoch 16 août 2012
Pronunciation of the name of a particular British-manufactured quaalude, "Mandrax."
No example provided for "Mandrakes."
de Siegfried Zaga 21 mai 2005
Quaalude. (Downer pills/pantydroppers).
"Let's give these ladies some mandrakes"
de AK 2 mars 2005
also called the "Mandrak"/ and "he who shall not be named":

As the legend goes, the mandrake was created along with the infamous mandrews. Mandrake was actually a growth or rather a parasite of the mandrews when they were birthed into the world. When the mandrake/mandrews combination came from the womb the doctor had mistaken the mandrake as the human and mandrews it's tool and/or the birth defect. Oh so very wrong was the doctor, so very wrong. As Mandrews grew the mandrake grew as well although glacially slow and now the mandrake walks the earth hunting/ stalking women and mandrews is it's bearer. When "they" talk about global warming/ halocaust/ and all sexual predators both online and infiltrating the system, they are speaking of the mandrake.

summoning:
to call forth the mandrake onto this plane of existence one must perform the summoning ritual. Details of this ritual were lost in the fires of hell to protect mortalkind.
"dude we dont speak of the mandrake out loud, the evils will escape..."
de therockefeller 19 novembre 2007
A semi-chewed piece of food (it can be any food but most commonly a sandwich) which is spat out onto the ground. Someone may wish to birth a mandrake for several reasons: an unpleasant tasting mouthful, an unwanted object e.g. a fly may have entered the eater’s mouth without consent or even just for fun.
The word originates from North Yorkshire where a boy named Caleb first gave birth to a mandrake outside U07 at South Craven School.
Oh look at that mandrake on the floor, it looks just like the insides of a Big Mac.
de Simon Hunter 11 janvier 2005

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