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4.
Refering to the level of gameplay a person has reached in his most recent RPG game.

Level 1: Has beaten it once.
Level 2: Has beaten it twice and has attended a fan club meeting or convention.
Level 3: Has beaten it so many times that the programmers call him for advice.
Level 4: Is the president of the RGS's fan club.
Nigel hasn't been out of his house in three days! His nerd level must be through the roof!
viết bởi bob_the_russian 05 Tháng mười một, 2003
 
1.
Ranked on a scale of nerdiness from 1 to 5. 1 being generally accepted, and 5 being social reject/basement dweller. Anime ranking 4, and Star Trek a 3.5. An exception being Babylon 5, which is a whopping 4.5 on the scale.
"Great. Babylon 5 is on!" "ah, crap. Im a nerd!"
viết bởi Stevey 18 Tháng bảy, 2003
 
2.
Frequently presented with a number added. Nerd Level is a way of quantifying nerdiness, measured in social outcast tiers.

Essentially, most people you would meet are level 0 nerds. The people they feel uncomfortable around due to excessive nerdiness are level 1 nerds. The level 1 nerds feel uncomfortable around nerds of 2nd or higher level, etc.
viết bởi Twigman 03 Tháng sáu, 2003
 
3.
An idea of someone's level of nerdiness, probably created by a NERD.
Nerds! The nerd level of this word is 10!!!
viết bởi Mikey G 31 Tháng mười, 2003
 
5.
the unit of measure on how many wedgies, lockker stuffing incidents , stolen lunch money, etc. occur to a nerd in one day
his NLreached an all time high of 15
viết bởi asian 08 Tháng chín, 2003
 
6.
A quatifying degree commonly refered to by a numeral or a level there of. These "levels" if you well represent the intensity of the subject rejectivness to society. Higher the level represent a mass quatifier of rejection.
I m so fucking ub3r cor3 im a l33t 3rd level nerd.
viết bởi Soccermom 17 Tháng sáu, 2003
 
7.
(Inverse) normal level, the scale used by nerds to meter how uncomfortable they feel around unnerdy people (ie those with lower nerd levels than themselves)
viết bởi poo 05 Tháng sáu, 2003