Umbrella -[uhm-brel–uh] (American term) 1. An object, commonly held vertically or at a slight angle to prevent raindrops from falling on one’s head and person 2. (more common in Oklahoma City) An object, held perpendicular to one’s person, when walking or standing during rainstorms near moving traffic, perhaps at a bus stop. The perpendicular angle is intended to prevent drowning from enormous volumes of muddy water splashed on pedestrians by Oklahoma City drivers
Sidewalk –[sahyd-wawk] (American term) 1. A strip of concrete, often located near 40 mph streets, intended for purpose of walking 2. Auxiliary storage area for construction equipment which would, if stored elsewhere, impede the flow of automobile traffic
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