Wab (aka conwab) – a person who achieves intellectual victory over another, usually through a minor or silly technicality.
Word origin: See Urban Dictionary.
Wanklepuff – a type of person who claims to hold a biblical office but fulfils the exact criteria of 1 Timothy 6:3-7.
Whatificating – when pastors preach “what if’s”, in an attempt to dazzle, manipulate or control the ideology of their congregants. It is identifiable when preachers say, “Imagine this? Imagine that!” or “What if this? What if that!”
Word origin: Merging of the words “what if” and “pontificating”.
Whomaginating – when pastors preach “whom” people can be in in an attempt to dazzle, manipulate or control the ideology of their congregants. It is identifiable when preachers say, “Don’t limit yourself”, “Don’t limit/box God”, “Who is God calling you to be?” or “whom” related questions. This often leads them to potensheoling their audience.
Whopperstopper – to say a thing that is not true even though the statement or declaration is presented as though it were true/infallible.
Whizzdumb – folly spoken as though it was a direct word of knowledge or pearl of wisdom from God. Usually expressed as a litany of nonsense.
Windchimer – a backing singer that competes or sings louder than the worship but affirms the worships’s words. Also the person that speaks or shouts affirmations lourder than the preacher/”prophet”. Words affirming the leader will often be, “Oh yes Lord!”, “Amen!”, “Halleluuuujah!”, “So good! So good!”.
Windsock – a type of worship leader that helps lead people in the direction the spiritual wind is blowing throughout a worship experience.