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Macsturbation

The act of declaring passionately how much better one's Macintosh computer is than a PC. ="Look, I get it - Apple rules. Now will you please stop Macsturbating all the More…

Mactionary

A dictionary available on the dashboard of Macintosh computers =The term “mactionary” arose from the description of the readily accessible dictionary available on new Macintosh computers. More…

mad

A generous amount of something. Alternately, denotes something of exceptional quality. Generally has a positive connotation. Probably evolved from the use of the word crazy to mean unusual More…

mad (1)

very; really; a lot of; ="that ice cream was mad good"

mad dog

To glare at someone with contempt as a mad or angry dog would. This phrase may have been used originally to instill more emotions rather than the cliché “staring someone More…

Maddenating

Causing frustration and extreme anger. It is a combination of maddening and infuriating. =It is so maddenating that my History final isn't until the 18th. =Samantha Cheung

MAGA

An abbreviation of “Make America Great Again”, the campaign slogan of Donald Trump. Often used by Trump supporters in Twitter handles and other social media usernames to publically More…

MAGICK

to do or create with magick Apparent meaning: to do something by magic Reason used: quick verb for “to do by magic” (‘He magicked a chair out of thin air’) =Harry More…

magnanimous

a state of unification and peaceful cooperation =This season our locker room has become very magnanimous. Etymology : magn (great, large) + anim (soul, spirit) + ous (of) =Terrell More…

magoh

(acronym) a young christian male living his life for Christ =If he is praying, going to bible study, and going to church every week, he must be a magoh. M.A.G.O.H. (Men After Gods Own More…

magriffic

amazing, terrific, fascinating, and awesome. Carries specific connotations of magnificent (referring to sight) and terrific (referring to the emotional aspect of it). =The Christmas More…

Mahookies

breasts a more discrete way of saying boobs. =She has big mahookies. Etymology : blending and clipping of mother + hooks =Dad

mailma'am

a woman who delivers the mail Presumed reason for coinage took a word that sounded alot like man (as in mailman) that really refers to a woman and then replacing the other word (man) with More…

Mailstrom

(Noun) A huge, disorganized, chaotic deluge of e-mails. ="It turns out the latest shipment of batteries would spontaneously catch on fire. Our customer service reps have been in a huge More…

Main

To have a character in a video game as one's usual or main choice. Essentially means 'to mainly use'. The example below refers to the character ROB in Super Smash Bros. Brawl More…

make a bank

(verb phrase) to make a gratuitous amount of money, in preferably a short period of time. probably an acceptable variation of “make bank” =I am sure you guys will make a bank right after More…

Make Groceries

To obtain and purchase products from a grocery store. Seems to mean collecting and purchasing of food products. There is probably a strong regional influence of the phrase that initially More…

Maker-uper

A person who creates his own ideas, concepts, etc. =The term “maker-uper” arises from the need to create a noun to describe an individual who makes something up. It is incorrectly derived More…

Making Moves

To set about accomplishing something =The phrase "Making Moves" generally refers to the action of finding out what to do on a weekend night. The word can be used alot of More…

Maladaptive

pertaining to any change that is harmful to the one changing. made up on the fly to describe adaptation in a negative way =His behaviors tend to be maladaptive. Etymology : affixation of More…


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