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jacked

To possess fantastic physical attributes, such as strength and figure. Typically used in the bodybuilding community to suggest someone who is quite endowed, in terms of muscularity and More…

Jacked (1)

Buff, muscular, swoll. =You're gonna be so jacked after doing P90x. Etymology : From the American English phrase jack up, meaning "hoist, raise", signifying the the More…

Jacked[6]

The act of having stolen something, especially a vehicle; Exceptionally strong and swoll. =He just jacked that car from that old man. That guy over there is so jacked; look at his arms. More…

jackie

A hooded zip-down sweatshirt suitable for cool fall weather. apparent meaning:lightweight hooded zip-up sweatshirt =Can I borrow a jackie to walk to the gym Etymology : New derivation More…

Jagerbomb

A cocktail that contains Jagermesister and Red Bull energy drink. It is a drink made from a glass of Red Bull, with a shot of Jagermeister dropped into it. The Jager part of the word is More…

Jagon

a term used to playfully describe someone as a jerk, idiot, or as a lame, not very fun person This is a word that is used by myself and a few friends, but its original usage, which comes More…

jahgee

A word that one would use to call someone showing affection. =Another word clipped from the Korean word, jahgeeah, meaning ‘honey’ or some sort of endearing term. Jahgeeah is similar to More…

jailbreak

to unlock one's iPhone to freely use and change the settings of the phone. By jailbreaking, one can modify any sounds, themes and applications of the iPhone. =Yesterday I tried to More…

Jakes

Just kidding, never mind =First acronymized as JK (for just kidding), jakes is the phonetic pronunciation of the acronym, with some edits. Instead of being “jaykay”, it was changed to More…

jam

to do something fun, especially after a busy week. This is a generalization of the concept of getting together to improvise music in a relaxed, laid back manner. The musical connotation is More…

Jamba

(Eponym (Metonymy)) A replacement for a fruit smoothy regardless of the store in which it is purchased. =Since the founding of the Jamba Juice Corporation, the term Jamba has been used as a More…

Jambi

Generally acceptable and ok. Indicates a zen-like state of the user and is a synonym for "cool" or "tight" ="Jambi." Etymology : Tool's album, More…

jammer

A jamming device used to block radio frequencies and other electromagnetic energy. This word is a shortening of the phrase radar jammer. The word jammer is a neologism formed by making jam, More…

jangin'

the act of being with friends. The juniors got into the practice that year of shortening any word and combining it with words with which it was commonly associated. Thus they were More…

jangle

to shimmer and shine, catch attention reason used: she was in a weird mood, and very excited about her new bracelet =Look how my wrist jangles. Etymology : blend jingle + dangle =self

Jank

Take, yank Instead of saying I am going to take that from you or yank that from you they made a new word jank. Also jank sounds likes jack. To jack (neologism) means to steal. =I am going More…

jank

To steal or borrow another's possessions without permission. Jank has a similar meaning to the word steal, although jank does not carry as strong connotations as the steal. Unlike steal, More…

Jank (2)

Something that is completely messed up; ugly; disheveled. ="I pulled an all-nighter which is why I look so jank today" Etymology : Related to the phrase "jacked up", More…

jank, janky

Apparent meaning: slipshod, poorly constructed, or of dubious soundness/appearance. Presumed to have arisen from the term ‘junk’, however, in transferring ‘junk’ More…

Janks

Of poor or questionable quality. Dilapidated, broken, or in generally disrepair. ="Hey I fixed the window." "You just duct taped plastic over it. That's janks." More…


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