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6.
can be used to describe any noun. person place or thing.
"can you pass me some marklar"
"lets go to marklar"
"i hate him, hes such a marklar."
"hey marklar, come over here and bring some marklar with you."
από lanelane 24 Φεβρουάριος 2007
 
1.
The word marklar stems from an alien race named the Marklars, which appeared in an episode of the animated series South Park. The Marklars use the word marklar as a generic word, similar to a pronoun, that can refer with specificity to any thing, place, person, idea, concept, or otherwise represent the meaning of any noun, including proper nouns.
Marklar: "You see, young marklar. Those marklars don't care about marklar marklar. They just want to take your marklar and marklar their own marklar. The only marklar for this is to marklar."
από S k u n k 29 Μάρτιος 2006
 
2.
Here on Marklar, we use the word Marklar to describe any perosn place of thing.
Stan: But doesn't that get confusing?

Marklar: Oh, no, its quite simple. Hey, Marklar!

Marklar: Yes?
από Riffin 3 Οκτώβριος 2003
 
3.
A word that can be substituted for any noun.
Last marklar, I took my marklar to the marklar, and we had marklar for marklar. Then, I went to marklar.
από Mike the Ekim 7 Μάιος 2005
 
4.
a noun
anything, anyone, anyplace
used on southpark (starvin marvin in space)
welcome to marklar. i am marklar. i am the marklar.
από Emily Is My Name Fo Shizzle 21 Ιούλιος 2003
 
5.
a noun
Any person, place, thing, or idea.
Marklar, what the marklar are you marklar about marklar?
από Gimble the Marklar 28 Αύγουστος 2003
 
7.
A word deriving from Southpark. This word is used much like a pronoun, to describe any person, place, thing, or idea.
I totally marklared that marklar right up he tight marklar
από hill1193 10 Δεκέμβριος 2007