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ragequit (1)

(Compound composed of the free roots 'rage' and 'quit') To leave a room in anger =This term is used to describe the exit of an individual after something has occurred to More…

raid

(conversion from noun to verb) RAID, V To join together separate storage disks to achieve data backup or faster read/write times [Acronym formed from Redudant Array of Independent Disks, and More…

Raid

A group of people going into a dungeon on an online game such as World of Warcraft =There is a raid tonight on the Zul'jin server. Etymology : came from word raid meaning military More…

Rail

(Clipping then zero derivation) to take the light rail train to a certain destination =I first heard this word when I asked one of my friends how we were going to get to Taco Bell. He More…

Rain

To repeatedly score points during basketball with few to no missed shots. This term is commonly used among the lingo of streetball players. When someone is raining shots, it signifies that More…

Rain (2)

to spread dollar bills over a large group of people =I make it rain on those people over there with my dollar bills. Etymology : different meaning of rain as in raindrops =song - More…

Rain [1]

(semantic change ; widening) This term is most often used as “making it rain” in casual basketball play, when an individual is continuously making shots one after another without missing. More…

Ralph

to vomit apparent meaning: to vomit reason used: She used this slang term because a person’s name sounds more informal than vomit, and she was in a very informal situation. This term More…

Ralph

to vomit apparent meaning: to vomit reason used: She used this slang term because a person’s name sounds more informal than vomit, and she was in a very informal situation. This term More…

ralph

(verb) To vomit =My friend had to ralph after drinking too much Etymology : Most likely came from someone named ralph for vomiting often. used by some in place of vomit in order to not be More…

ralph / ralphie

a right handed turn When someone is giving you directions from the back of the car, and plainly telling you left, right, it starts to get boring, and it makes the person driving seem like More…

Ramboing up

(affixation) Preparing to attack someone. =Rambo is a fictional Vietnam War veteran and Green Beret with strong combat skills (featured in a set of 1980s movies of the same name). The term More…

Ramen Noodle Diet

When you are so poor that all you can afford to eat is Ramen Noodles. =Perhaps Ramen Noodle Diet used to stand for an actual diet that had a lot of sodium in it. Here, it simply means a More…

ramenburger

a kind of food that two dry ramen cake with burger filling in the middle =it is interesting that the morpheme put in front of "burger" usually indicate what the filling is. in More…

ramping

an illegal feature of many modified electronic paintball markers that switches the fire mode from semi to fully automatic if the trigger is pulled faster than a preset limit; this is done More…

Rando

Rando means a random person. This random person is usually strange or creepy in some way and is usually unwanted. A rando is always a stranger to the person calling them a rando. A rando More…

rando

Clipping of the word random, used in the noun form to categorize a random person on social media, typically used for random Twitter users and/or followers. =“Some rando on Twitter just More…

rando

A random person, usually one who infringes upon space which is viewed as somewhat personal, such as an open suite common room. ="I walked by and some randos were there, so I More…

Rando10

(noun) A “random” person or stranger. =“Rando” connotes either strange people just standing around or strangers among a group of friends (e.g. “Who was that rando in the elevator just More…

random

Apparent meaning: an unknown person; particularly an unknown person whose presence cannot be explained. This word comes directly from the adjective random meaning ‘purposeless.’ More…


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