Definition of Proudledrapper: A leprechaun lyricist who only writes on New Years day, carrying a basket containing a female fox, a bottle of Chianti 1978, no fewer than three tomatoes, and a selection of fresh fruit.
Proudledrapper is a word that was introduced into the English language on January 7, 2010 by Gary Olson
He invented the word because if you make up words, and enough people use them, it gets into the dictionary, which is cool.
Though Gary invented the actual word, he developed it's definition by asking his Facebook friends for suggestions. Flemming Laugaard came up with the best definition, which is still in use today.
The word proudledrapper is very flexible.
The definition of the word proudledrapper can be changed based on the context in which it is used, the time of day, or the number of chocolate chips in a two and one half inch Toll House cookie.
The word can be used as a noun, verb, or split infinitive as long as the infinitive is split vertically rather than horizontally. If you split it horizontally, very bad things will happen. Don't do it.
We ask that you use the word proudledrapper in a sentence at least three times per day. If you do, the world will be a better place for your efforts to spread this wonderful new word.