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(adjective) One’s props. Usually used in the phrase “Give me some salt” to refer to giving one the respect they are do. Likely an extension of the phrase “Worth one’s salt”, this would refer More…

salt(1)

(verb) To get defeated to the point of embarrassment; to get owned. Originally used in the competitive fighting game scene. Can also be used as an adjective (salty). ="Steve's More…

saltant

Leaping, jumping, or dancing. Etymology : From Latin saltant-, stem of saltans, present participle of saltare 'to dance', frequentative of salire 'to jump'. Other words derived from the More…

salty

bad, used interchangably with 'sucks' My friend was sympathizing with my frustration, and agreeing with me that I was in a bad situation. Salty is a part of stoner slang, although it More…

salty

describing the manly feeling of being pumped up and willing to do extra I indicated analogy for word formation type because I was drawing the analogy between salty and the manly task of More…

Salty

(adjective) Frustrated or angry =I was salty with my chemistry grade. Etymology : associated with adding salt to a wound being very painful. =Brian Graff 11/1/11

salty (2)

(inherited derivation) feeling annoyed or agitated; bitter =This term originates from the phrase "to jump salty" which appeared in U.S. Nautical slang in the 1920s to describe ‘a More…

salty (3)

Reacting in an unnecessarily angry and irritable fashion after an event. =Salty is used particularly often in regards to losing a competitive event, and carries a connotation similar to More…

salty(4)

(repurposing of adjective) bitter, irritated, unhappy, or frustrated =This definition of the term actually dates back to the 1940s, funnily enough, but has come back into fashion in the More…

Sammich

A sandwich that is extraordinarily good. =Used more to describe the idea of a sandwich that is so good that it is almost non-existent. Etymology : Possibly a variation of back formation More…

sammiches

Sandwiches. =Shortened version of the popular food item “sandwiches” which has an informal or even childlike tone. Etymology : Clipping of the word “sandwiches” eliminating the “ndw” and More…

Sammy

A sandwich =This term is short for the word sandwich and can be used to refer to any sandwich. Generally, the term is used for smaller sandwich in analogy to the -y morpheme that is More…

sample-slug

One who goes into a chocolate store only to get free sample chocolate, with no intentions of making a purchase ('sample-slugs are bad for the business') because Godiva is a moderately More…

San Francisco couple

A romantic relationship where the guy is caucasian and the girl is asian =James and Li are a classic San Francisco couple. Etymology : When interning in San Francisco, David N. noticed More…

sancho

half man and half coward with a speck of metrosexual; an individual who commits adultery, while he pimps the person who he is with. This person has a suave and urbane manner, good looking, More…

sanctionize

To give either praise or punishment for an action =Used in an academic context. Word likely coined by suffixing without realizing a novel word was being created. Coined from knowledge of More…

sandbox

(adjective) Video game term. To have the qualities of not offering direction, but rather encouraging one to explore on one's own volition. To be open-ended or non-linear in nature. More…

sandy

food comprised of meat, cheese, and vegetables between slices of bread: a sandwich Possible reason used: To say the word that is intended in a shorter and more commanding manner. =Hey More…

sangry

Describes an emotion that is a mixture of sadness and anger. Sangry is a blend that has variable meaning because there are many variations between sad and angry. Its definition, therefore, More…

Sapiosexual

An individual who finds the mind/intelligence of a person more attractive (or sexually attractive) than their physical characteristics. ="Social animal. Scholar athlete. Sapiosexual. More…


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