A contraction formed from the amalgamated two words 'angry' and 'hungry' noted for its use of the letter 'm', dispite not appearing in either of the two aforementioned words. Early adopters often used the word to signify an angry situation being amplified by hunger, though the two occurances are generally mutually exclusive but occuring simultaneously.
Steph: "Ah.. I've got this damn assignment due today and I can't be bothered. I need coffee and food.."

Daniel: "You sound amgry!"
作者 Dan Wilder 2008年9月14日

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