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half-assedly

doing something with less than full effort =I always only do my homework half-assedly Etymology : adverb formed by adding -ly =self

halfadem

a student who is not quite an academ nor an S/E major; typically someone who is double-majoring in both a Humanities or Social Sciences major and a Science or Engineering major =Halfadem More…

Halfalogue

Overhearing conversation when someone is on the phone =Halfalogue is combination of half and dialogue. Dialogue is conversation between two people, but half means one-sided, thus halflogue More…

halfie

An individual who is half one ethnicity or race and half another. apparent meaning:a person with parents of differing races or ethnicities =I, like six other advisors at Hanszen, am a More…

Halfie

a person of mixed race =Con is definitely a halfie; vietnamese and caucasian Etymology : suffixation: to indicate a person who is half =Mel 11/21/10 breakfast – “I love halfie babies!”

halfie (2)

A person who is composed of two distinct races ='Halfie' is commonly used to refer to people of two or more races, typically by those who are of one distinct race. Thus, a More…

halfie (4)

A person who is of two distinct races =The term 'halfie' is specifically reserved for referring to a person of two distinct races. The term most likely came about as a result of More…

halfie 2

Someone of mixed racial or ethnic background, esp. having parents of two different races. =Intended as an inoffensive term to refer to someone of mixed blood, whereas other terms of More…

halipoosis

Severe halitosis. By using the baby word "poop" the word become more interesting and less offensive. =Your halipoosis is so bad. Etymology : blending and clipping: From the Latin word More…

hall crawl

(rhyming) event where all residents of a hall go room by room and have a drink in each stop ="Dude, let's do a hall crawl!" Etymology : combining ‘hall’ and ‘crawl’ into More…

hallelu

(hallelujah) 1) expression of worship or rejoicing. 2) extreme gratitude or feeling of joy similar to “praise the lord”. clipping of the word hallelujah that means the exact same thing. More…

hallioke

a joke having to do with Halloween Professor Shah still has a ton of spunk because she is a graduate student and it's her first year to teach, so she probably did it because she knew that More…

Halloweekend

The weekend nearest to or containing the 31st of October. ="So excited for the costume party on Halloweekend!" Etymology : blending of the words "Halloween" and More…

halloweening

To dress up in costumes and go out on Halloween door-to-door for candy (trick-or-treating) Since there was a big thunderstorm this year, none of the kids in the neighborhood actually went More…

Halloweenorexia

The self-induced eating disorder common in mostly teenage and young-adult women prior to Halloween. It is caused by the desire to look good/hot in a Halloween costume. =This word does not More…

halloweenorexia

the "diet" of not eating that many adopt in preparation for Halloween =Mainly used in reference to young women, this term combines halloween and anorexia to describe the More…

Halloweenorexia(3)

(Blending) A short-lived eating disorder in preparation for minimal clothing Halloween parties. =As Halloween approaches, college students will prepare costumes and for the ones who will More…

Halo-style

Performed with gratuitous cartoon violence (as seen in the popular videogame) apparent meaning:using excessive force or violence to inflict damage or harm =If he ever crashed my computer, More…

Ham

Apparent meaning: n. a non-spam email message, but got filtered by the spam filter in the email box. Reason used: here is what my nerdy friend explained to me the usage of More…

ham

With great vigor, determination and focus. =Ham is not a very commonly used acronym, but it seems to be used a lot in situations involving sports or physical activity. Unlike many 3 letter More…


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