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zip

To compress a computer file. Now that it's established, it's much quicker to say you'll zip a file than to say you'll compress a file. Not to mention words with "z" are always more fun. More…

Zippy

zero; nothing A nonce creation playing off the word ‘zip,’ often used to stand for zero. The author of the review using it simply wanted to rhyme a term meaning More…

zippy

(pejoration) seemingly smart or competent person, yet could be somewhat careless and ignore certain details. =Zippy originally is an adjective, meaning quick and energetic. This word shows More…

Zlatan

(borrowed word) To use brute force and power to finish a task. This word comes from the first name of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, a Swedish soccer player. According to an article on Reuters, the More…

Zmerzly

(from foreign language) Ice cream, used more specifically to refer to gelato or any dense, very strongly flavored ice cream. =That little shop right there sells the best pistachio zmerzly More…

Znibitty

"It's no big deal" ="Thank you so much for driving me!" "Znibitty!" Etymology : It's + the acronym "nbd" (no big deal). The More…

zod

An idiot ="You zod!" Etymology : It appears to be a variant on the pronunciation of "sod", with a near identical meaning, however the speaker insisted it was More…

zog

1. A dog that has been reincarnated, esp. evil As is a current fad among high school and college students, my friend Patrick coined this term while we were watching the zombie movie, More…

zombie

To take unauthorized control of an internet server for the purposes of distributing one’s own information on it as opposed to what the administrator intended. Adjective: A term to More…

zombie

Noun/adj.: A process/task that has stopped executing but has not been reaped by the operating system. The term is generally used to refer to such a situation on a Unix-based operating More…

Zomfg

(originated to omfg due to a typo) Same meaning as the abbreviation oh my F** god. This is meant to be an exclamation used online when something impressive or atrocious occurs. The new More…

ZOMG

a variant of the popular acronym “OMG”, meaning “Oh My God” =Generally used in a sarcastic manner. Etymology : The “z” was originally a mistake made while attempting to hit the shift key More…

zomg

This is a variant of the acronym “OMG”, which stands for "oh my god". The full meaning is "Zerg Oh My God", usually used from being zerg rushed early on in a game. =The More…

Zoology

An intent of drinking extensively in college. An intent of starting many zoos. =This term is most appropriate to use while one is in college because of its being a homonym with More…

Zoomers

People past the age of retirement who have an active lifestyle =Bob and Mary are typical of the zoomer generation: retired, wealthy, and travel four times a year. Etymology : From the More…

zot

To expose to radiation, as with a laser or microwave oven. A cartoonish onomatopoeic representation of the perceived sound a laser makes when striking an object, similar to the work More…

ZRR-ZRR

lively spirit of a person playing sports that results in an active participation with the best effort. My coach coined this word exclusively in his soccer classes. He often said this word More…

Zumba

Latin style dance workout A dance exercise where you dance for about an hour straight. Zumba incorporates all different types of dances such as salsa, marimba, belly dancing, cha-cha, and More…

zuted

State of acting outside of norms for self, usually under the influence of drugs or alcohol. =It is another way to describe someone as being drunk or high. It is probably a loanword from More…

zütted

(derivation) in a state of drunken, light-hearted, crazyness =She is usually so mild-mannered, everyone was surprised that she was so zütted at the party. the term zooted, commonly used More…


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