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Dallitude

(blending; pejorative) a term used by non-Dallasites to describe the hometown pride of Dallasites that outsiders view as a bit pretentious =That kid has major Dallitude Etymology : More…

Damitrius

dear mother It's a clever funny way of saying dear mother. =Damitrius, where are you going? Etymology : blending and clipping of: dear + mother =Dad

Damnitology

The study of frustration, exasperation. A silly word for work that is particularly frustrating and exasperating. Trying to evoke a scientific feel with the addition of 'logy' (study) onto More…

damntastic

exceptional =“His dribbling is damntastic!” Etymology : blending words ‘damn’ and ‘fantastic’ =my roommate during soccer

Dananathon

(noun) the birthday celebration held by Charles Dana for himself on November 21st of each year. Persons attending are encouraged to dress as if they were to run a marathon or in generally More…

dancing

to go to the NCAA Tournament =The term is used to refer to a team that has qualified for or been selected to play in the NCAA Tournament. The NCAA Tournament is a 66-team tournament taking More…

DANCY

Resulting from a series of steps in which the outcome is not guaranteed. Genetic algorithms are a complicated subject with many different parameters and complex terminology. By relating More…

Dangeresque

having properties that could be harmful or perilous. affixation of danger + -esque =Those spikes look dangeresque! Etymology : affixation of danger ‘perilous’ + -esque More…

Dangeroso

(borrowing) (of a situation) having danger, dangerous =The term dangeroso is comically used as a replacement for “dangerous.” It arises from the inaccurate alteration of the Spanish More…

Dangle

(broadening) To display exemplary skill and superior stick handling ability while playing hockey. =Jim just dangled that defenseman and scored a great goal. Etymology : Broadening of the More…

dank

Something that is very interesting or cool; usually denoting a "tight", "sweet", or "chill" situation or object =My friend just bought a dank car. Etymology : formed from Middle English More…

Dank

(metaphor, pejoration) A strong, overpowering smell of marijuana. Often used negatively in a situation where the person does not like the smell. =That room smells so dank I couldn't More…

dank #2

to one’s liking (slang) =A term that is comparable to the slang meaning of the word “cool.” This word is common in marijuana culture, and people use the word to describe particularly More…

Dank #3

Although the word still maintains its original definition it has taken on a new class of meaning when describing a certain aspect of certain category of a jokes or actions. =The actual More…

Dankout

To feast on a large meal with friends. The food can be of any variety. =Dank [adj.] refers to things that are enjoyable or pleasurable, and the “out” refers to the term pig-out, which More…

Danksgiving

A really awesome Thanksgiving =Dank is a term that comes from marijuana culture, and in that context it means potent weed. It transferred into mainstream language to mean anything really More…

Dankster

A true hero of the dank. Dank has been defined on the neologisms database, and the specific definition used here is the one that describes events, things, or ideas that are great. A More…

danna

A bandanna. It is a compact way of describing a bandanna. =I've been wearing my danna all day. Etymology : danna. Clipping of bandanna [from Hindi bandhnu, tie-dyeing, from bandhna, to More…

dap

the verb. to fist pound. =Used by dudes when they fist bump as a greeting. Etymology : an amalgamation of pound + tap. =friend, "dap me, bro".

Dare-devilry

The craft of being a dare-devil. reason used: Much like masonry or pottery, dare-devilry is apparently a craft or an occupation, which people become skilled in and are paid for doing. In More…


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