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LTIP

Exclamation used when someone is very amusing, usually used online meaning "laughing till I puke" Literally, “laughing till I puke”, though never taken completely literally. More…

luck you

expression: you’re lucky, but I’m jealous and in a much worse situation Typos are a frequent occurrence in most internet conversations. In this case, I meant to say “lucky More…

LUG

Lesbian Until Graduation. Etymology : Acronym of the phrase Lesbian Until Graduation. ="Greek". May 4, 2009. Season 2, Episode 16.

lulz

(corruption) Something done for humorous purposes ="I put pepper in his Dr. Pepper for the lulz" Etymology : A corruption of the acronym "LOL" (laugh out loud) More…

lumber

to burden another person, usually emotionally or psychologically Etymology : verb form for the word meaning something useless or cumbersome

lumping out

the state of being unproductive and merely acting as though one were an unmoving lump reason used: friend wasn’t feeling very productive or useful, so he expressed his feelings by More…

Lunchbox

An empty headed person It was used to describe ones absent-minded way of being. =Tim’s antics make him seem like such a lunchbox sometimes. Etymology : lunchbox. Blend of 'lunch' More…

lupper

A meal that takes place between the traditional hours of lunch and dinner (usually between 2 PM and 4 PM) and is eaten instead of having both lunch and dinner =“Yesterday afternoon we were More…

lurk

To read the content of an electronic forum regularly without contributing. Interpretation of intended meaning A lurker is one of the `silent majority' in a electronic forum; one who posts More…

lurker

(metaphor) Someone who reads posts on a forum regularly, but probably doesn't have an actual account and never posts anything themselves. A lurker traditionally is someone that hides in More…

LURPY

Being tall, pale, sickly, uncoordinated, and inept at socialization; geeky, dorky, nerdy. Interpretation of intended meaning Generally fitting the stereotype of the clumsy male geek who has More…

lurve

Alternate spelling and pronunciation of "love" =This word is simply the word "love" with the spelling and pronunciation changed. Possibly related to "luv", a More…

lush

highly pleasant, appealing =The term lush is a clipping of the word luscious meaning ‘highly pleasant to taste or smell.’ The meaning of luscious has semantically changed through a More…

lutzie

A dance made famous by a youtube video of Auburn University’s fullback Lutzenkirchen scoring a touchdown during the Iron Bowl and he subsequently did a victory dance which resembles More…

Lux

characterized by luxury, excessively ornate. Lux is a Latin word for light and is used as a root for many other words such as luxurious, luxury, deluxe, and so on. It is interesting that More…

Lyft

(Creative respelling of "lift") Name of taxi-alternative company that allows customers to request a trip online. This is a novel respelling the word “lift”, which has the meaning More…

lylas

Love You like A Sister This was formed as an unawkward was of saying "I love you" to a girl that is not your girlfriend. The acronym was formed as a quicker way to type it. =I don't love More…

Lymphogranuloma

an accumulation of particles or cells (which form the granuloma) in the lymph nodes, the tissues that help produce compounds to protect the body and enhance the immune system. =A doctor More…

Swole

(of swollen (adj.)) very muscular or big. This term refers to someone who works out a lot and is therefore very muscular. People may look or be swole, but many times it is also used in a More…


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