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a prefix that emphasize the word following it. =this term used to be used on social networks. now people use it in oral languages too. =facebook 9/25/2013

'cruits

A group of people that are being sought out to join a team or organization. A group of people, usually newcomers. A shorter version of the plural noun 'recruits', possibly used to emphasize More…

'dillo

(NOUN) short for Armadillo. A commonly used shortening in Texas ="There were about 40 'dillos out in the field. Thats enough to build a suit of armadillo armor. Etymology : More…

'Fess

To reveal the truth or admit to having done something, usually not respectable The word 'fess has been clipped from the originally word confess. While it still retains the same meaning, More…

'FLIER'ED

the state of being subject to excessive advertising by paper fliers. Known word flier and known word fired It was used to be a cute intro to an article. =YOU'RE 'FLIER'ED Etymology : More…

'gasming

(verb) A short-handed way to describe an intense, momentary feeling of pleasure (usually elicited by really good food). ='Gasming is a less awkward form of the word "orgasm." More…

'lax

Being very relaxed, informal, and laid-back in nature; an event which is informal or casual. The clipping of the word relax to ‘lax was used to be short and to the point. The term was More…

'miring

To gaze upon another, typically in a wistful and longing fashion. Often used in question form, such as "You 'miring, brah?". Can sometimes be used in an aggressive manner, as More…

'mono

Kimono. =The word is used in a casual context by a man trying to appear cool in front of his friends. The word kimono has been clipped of its first syllable. Etymology : From the More…

'nuff

enough In addition to being clipped, the word 'nuff undergoes a spelling change, taking on a phonetic appearance. The change likens it more to a native word. The diction of the word also More…

'parently

As made obvious; clearly =It looks like an attempt to form an adjective of parent that is synonymous with "paternal." But it is actually a clipping of "apparently," More…

'shwhack

a hard-to-get-through thick mass branches that requires a lot of striking and hitting to be able to pass. I first heard this word at the beginning of this past summer when I went to Alaska More…

'sup (3)

Commonly used as a salutation similar to “howdy” or “what’s up?” in which a question is posed but an answer is not necessarily expected. Used to greet people in passing and usually when in More…

'tard

(clipping) someone that is unintelligent; retarded; stupid. =Seems to be used as a less offensive alternative to retard. Also, it is shorter and therefore easier to use when insulting More…

'Tsgreat

(Blending of "it's" and "great") A word used to describe something that is really good. =This word is just the combination of two words. Because it is often said in More…

'Tude

Attitude; antagonistic, sassy or uncooperative behavior. =A shortened version of attitude. Generally used in an expression of disapproval with the behavior of someone. ‘Stop giving me More…

'tude

(noun) Unpleasant attitude of implied body language or facial expression =Has slightly negative connotation. Used when someone has some unpleasant or cynical facial expression or any body More…

'zine

An unprofessional periodical publication; a non-formal, home-made magazine. =Until two years ago, I had no idea what a 'zine was. Etymology : [clipping of magazine] =Loose Lips Sink More…

'zing

(clipping) describing something as causing wonder or astonishment. =Those pants are 'zing. Etymology : from the clipping of the word ‘amazing,’ coming from the word 'amaze' More…

à la mode

With ice cream on top or on the side. =Maureen likes pie à la mode but does not like pieor ice cream by itself. Etymology : from French à la mode 'in the manner or fashion' More…


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