Apothecary

What it usually means: A person who prepared/sold medicines and drugs.

What it means to Friends fans: A table from Pottery Barn/a table from "The Days of Yore."

Phalange

What it usually means: The bones that make up your fingers or toes.

What it means to Friends fans: A last name or a very important part of a plane.

Unagi

What it usually means: Japanese word for freshwater eel.

What it means to Friends fans: A state of total awareness that you can only achieve by preparing for any danger that may befall you.

Vein

What it usually means: An integral part of the blood circulation system of the body.

What it means to Friends fans: The part of Monica's forehead that you DO NOT ever want to see.

Transponster

What it usually means: Nothing because that is not a real word.

What it means to Friends fans: What Rachel thinks Chandler's job title is.

Pivot

What it usually means: To rotate or turn.

What it means to Friends fans: Something you yell at someone when you're moving absolutely any type of furniture anywhere at all.

Thursday

What it usually means: The fourth or fifth day of the week (depending on whether you start counting on Sunday or Monday).

What it means to Friends fans: The third day of the week. Ex: "Monday, one day. Tuesday, two day. Wednesday, when, what day? Thursday, the third day!"

Amanda

What it usually means: A woman's name.

What it means to Friends fans: A man, duh.

Moist

What it usually means: A word that most people try to avoid saying.

What it means to Friends fans: Monica's epic Thanksgiving sandwich: The Moist Maker. Warning: Do not steal said sandwich.

Lobster

What it usually means: Crustacean that lives in the sea and/or something on a dinner menu.

What it means to Friends fans: Your one true love.