MEANING: verb tr.: To gather and publish someone’s personal information, such as phone number, address, email messages, credit card numbers, etc., especially with a malicious intent.
noun: Personal information about someone, collected and published without permission.

ETYMOLOGY: Phonetic respelling of docs, short for documents, from Latin documentum (lesson, proof, specimen), from docere (to teach), which also gave us doctor and docent. Earliest documented use: early 2000s.


DROX - black and white cookie, often enjoyed with cold milk, competitor of Reo, but it doesn't really matter 'cause they're both owned by the same company. YCLIU.

DOXU - the latest Star Wars villian

GOX - phonetic respelling of GOKS, acronym of God Only KnowS.
You hope your doctor never has to tell you "You have GOKS Disease;" there's no cure.