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Obamanomics

(Noun.) The economics policies of president election Barak Obama. =We are very curious to see how well Obamanomics will work in the coming years. Etymology : "obama"(Barak Obama) More…

Obamarama

An event where those in attendance showed support for Senator Barack Obama, particularly, a political or campaign event where Obama himself would show up. =Another novel creation from the More…

Obamomentum

A word used to characterize the following of the presidential candidate Barack Obama. =Used when describing the snowballing effect of people joining Barack Obama's campain Etymology More…

Obamunism

A somewhat pejorative description of Barack Obama’s stance on government and economic policies as being similar to communism. =One of the many novel creations using Senator Barack More…

obfuscating

confusing or opaque it sounds confusing just like its meaning =Why is chemistry so obfuscating? Etymology : blend/clipping of opaque + confusing, assimilation of p ¨ b More…

oblividroid

someone who does things without the least bit of thought, blending from oblivious android Blending of two words: oblivious with robot-like characteristics. =That oblividroid didn’t More…

Obliviot

A person who acts in an unintelligent manner because they do not know what is going on. =That obliviot didn't realized that he hadn't put his emergency break on when he parked on More…

Obs

Something that is plainly evident. Obvious. =Used in a manner that is generally condescending or sarcastic. Mainly used in online chats or texts. Etymology : Clipping of obviously. More…

obscene o'clock

A time very early in the morning, when nobody should be awake. =Combines “obscene,” meaning “offensive” with “o’clock,” which is generally used with numbers to represent a time. More…

observative

skilled in noticing small details, attentive, taking notice reason used: most likely grammatical error, not knowing accepted formation of observant in this usage =I think I am gradually More…

Obsessionated

Obsessionated: v. To be preoccupied or obsessed with something. syn: obsessed. reason used: Most likely a result of a misspeaking, the speaker wanted to convey a feeling of being More…

OBSO

A fact which is paid attention to but not necessarily judged. A fact or conclusion that is noticed instead of created from within. Reason used: It was probably just said for ease of More…

obv

a further clipping of 'obviously' and 'obvi' =That girl is obv stupid Etymology : clipping of word 'obviously' =conversation with friend, 9/17/10

Obvee

A clipping of the word "obviously." Obvi is a clipping that came about in order to expedite speech; instead of saying the multisyllabic word “obviously,” people now say “obvi,” More…

obvi

obviously; easily understood or apparent =The term “obvi” likely originated from some written source. It is a clipping of the word “obviously”. The term is very popular as shorthand for More…

Obvi

(adverb) Obvious/obviously; clearly and easily understandable.The clipping, as it is stripped of its suffixes that determine part of speech, can be used for both obvious and obviously and More…

Obvi (1)

Obvious, apparent, of course Obvi is used as a shorthand way to express that something is obvious. It usually used in a sassy way as an alternative to saying “no duh” or “of course”. More…

Obvi (3)

obviously =El that was so OBVI. Etymology : explained above =Used in everyday speech

Obvi (4)

Clear, understood. =This term is most commonly used by girls. When in a conversation with other girls, words tend to be said quickly and obvi makes it even easier to get the point across, More…

Obvi(2)

(Can also be used as an interjection) Abbreviation of the word obviously, it is used as an interjection to show excitement and agreement. It can also be used as an insult, showing that More…


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