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cakeday

(noun) Analogous to birthdays, the day of the year on which someone created their account, specifically their username, for a website. Though the user usually is familiar with the website More…

Cakeing

Excessive flirting. Cakeing is especially seen in public and has replaced the phrase “public display of affection”. It is known as cakeing because it can be seen as excessively sweet, More…

Cakeup

(Blending of caked(meaning lots) and makeup.) Excessive use of makeup. =The woman is wearing so much makeup I should call it cakeup! =A friend

Cakin

The act of intense public flirting with a significant other; or the act of spending excessive amounts of time communicating (especially via phone or text message) with a significant other. More…

Cakin’

to ignore friends in order to spend time with a girlfriend. Apparent Meaning: when a guy only hangs out with his girlfriend and ignores his guy friends. Reason Used: to show disapproval for More…

Caking

To cake, means to talk on the phone with someone who is a romantic interest. This often involves a person spending a significant amount of time on the phone with their significant other, or More…

cakin’

to overtly flirt with a person of the preferred sex, usually in a non-private setting so that it is purposely visible to many people =To convey imagery through the use of a metaphor of More…

cal

Calculus =Students often refer to "calculus" as "cal" because it's shorter and not as taxing on the tongue. It may have started because "calculus" is More…

calc

A calculator. The reason for using this word is pretty simple: to shorten the word calculator down from four syllables to one syllable. Clipping of long words such as this is a common More…

Calcapalooza

celebration after passing a difficult calculus test ('the class had a calcapalooza') This person was trying to express his relief and joy at having done particularly well on a difficult More…

calci

A small, portable, often inexpensive electronic device used to perform both basic and complex operations of arithmetic. This alternate form is commonly used to refer to calculators in More…

Calculize

to apply calculus methods to a function. "I'm calculizing these functions." Making the phrase “to do calculus” into a present tense verb, “to calculize,” and More…

calculize

To solve for the answer to a calculus problem. The speaker couldn’t think of the word “integrate” at the time and needed a way to communicate that she needed help solving More…

Caleavefornia

(blending of California and leave) California withdrawing from the United State. Probably inspired by “Brexit”, referring to the U.K.’s withdrawal from the European Union, some Californian More…

calexit

“Calexit” is a blend and a noun. Following the victory of Donald Trump in the 2016 Presidential Elections, many Californians expressed their wish for California to cecede from the Union, More…

calisthenics

exercises, stretches, probably like yoga in the morning =used to contrast "prayers", used in a negative connotation. Etymology : formed on model of French callisthenie, from More…

camap

A campus map =Where can I find the camaps? Etymology : Cropping and blending of ‘campus map’

camera-whore

a person who likes takes pictures of them in the bathroom or anywhere they can find; person who takes excessive numbers of pictures of themselves =Usually used as an subtle insult, More…

cameraholic

one who is addicted to taking pictures The term cameraholic was coined by analogy to the term alcoholic. An alcoholic is someone who drinks alcoholic liquor to excess. By this definition, More…

Camp

(metaphor) in a video game, to sit and wait in a hidden location and then kill another player by shooting him =The term ‘camp’ is used in the Xbox video game, Call of Duty, to refer to a More…


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