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Awks (1)

(adjective; of "awkward") Awkward, used colloquially and informally, often in context of social media or casual conversations among friends. =I just said something I shouldn’t have More…

Awkward turtle

(noun) term used to refer to a person who acts awkward in situations viewed by most people as “normal”. It can also refer to the situation itself, instead of the the person. =Bro, she More…

Awkword

(blending/clipping) A word that is difficult to pronounce. ="I don't know why the professor uses so many awkwords." Etymology : Blending of "awkward" and More…

awkword

(+ zero derivation/ nound) Weird-looking word/ ridiculously long word =awkword is pronounced the same way as awkward. Blending of a word “awkward” + “word” to combine the meaning of two More…

Awkword (2)

A word that could be awkward to say because of its difficulty in pronunciation. =Wow, hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia is a really awkward word. Yeah, you could even say that it’s an More…

Awkword(1)

Basically awkword has retained the components along with sound structure, of the base word awkward. Therefore we know that it refers to something that is difficult. The suffix “word” More…

Awky

uncomfortable, inconvenient. =This term is used when trying to make an awkward or uncomfortable situation more pleasing and easy to deal with. Etymology : A clipping of the adjective More…

axe shower

(metaphor) the act of spraying cologne or body spray all over one's body as a replacement for a shower =The phrase 'axe shower' is usually used among college students who More…

Axiomitize

To summarize the an area of study with a few simple rules that are always true. This professor enjoys making up words because he enjoys puzzles and being clever, as being a higher level More…

Ayer

(Other word formation type) The area of space directly above a person's body. Pronounced similarly to "air," but as two syllables with emphasis on the second syllable. More…

Ayersgate

scandal surrounding the alleged associations of presidential candidate Obama with the terrorist Ayers =developed to compare allegations against Obama to the scandals of the late Nixon More…

azn

(clipping) abbreviation for "Asian". This neologism is often used on the Internet and in text messages because it is easier and faster to type. It also has some unofficial slang More…

Hella

(of "hell of a lot of") a plethora or very large quantity of. Used to describe that the object is present in very large quantities. It is represented this way because rapid More…

Rage

To party extremely hard with alcohol and very loud music. =“I’m so ready to rage this weekend!” Etymology : From mid thirteenth century meaning to play, or romp. It has been transformed More…

Raw

(polysemy) Cool, awesome, or amazing. It describes something that elicits a positive response from someone. =one person: “Did you see LeBron James’s dunk?” Other person: “Yes! It was so More…

Scrub

Used to describe someone who makes a foolish mistake or undergoes a funny accident. It can also be used to describe someone who is a tyro or novice. It can also be seen as a verb, More…

Selfie

(of self (n.) + -ie) a picture of oneself. This term has become increasingly popular due to front cameras on phones that allow the user to easily see what the picture of his or her face More…

Sexile

(of sex (n.) and exile (v.)) to deny one entry into a room because the subject requires it for sexual purposes. Usually used in college dorm rooms, when one roommate takes over the room, More…

Totes

(Spelling change to match pronunciation) Totally, definitely. It is used liked totally, but considered to be less of a hippy saying and more acceptable. It essentially means definitely. More…

ttyn

(phrase) Talk to you never; a term used whenever someone is mad at another person and says good bye. ="Hey, Lindsay, come back! We should talk about this." "Ttyn." More…


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