Definition: To take a break from online life (Merriam-Webster Online).
Sample usage: "I'm going to cybernate until things on the internet calm down. If you need me, write me a letter."
Popularity: A useful word for a good idea, but does anyone still say "cyber"? Sounds like something leftover from 1996: "I will cybernate from the world wide web, which is part of the information superhighway net on which I surf!"
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