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gank

To take or steal something that does not belong to you. possibly formed from a combination of gang and yank =I accidentally my CD case at the party, and somebody ganked them. Etymology : More…

gank

1. To steal someone's property with malicious intent. 2. To gang up on and kill someone's character in a video game. This word means to steal with a connotation of malicious intent. It can More…

Gank

To steal. Type of word formation: Metonymy, from the slang noun gank meaning fake crack cocaine. Possible reason used: Student wanted a trendy way to say “to steal” and More…

gank (4)

To surprise and eliminate an enemy in an online game, usually as a group creating an unfavorable position for the enemy (i.e. a 2 versus 1 scenario). =For example in League of Legends, More…

Gank [2]

(of "gang" and "flank") In arena video games with limited vision of the enemy team, involves one or more players of one team quickly moving to and taking out one or more More…

gank(2)

to take or copy media from the internet that was produced by another person, either with our without permission =I ganked this icon from someone, but now I can't remember who. More…

Gank(2)

To gang up upon or kill a character in an online game, generally in an underhanded or dishonorable manner. The phrase originally had a more narrow meaning, referring only to a group of More…

Gank(3)

In video games, the act of a larger group of teammates ambushing a smaller group of the opposing players. The term probably originated from online team computer games. “Gank” was most More…

gank(5)

(Novel Creation) To surprise or ambush an enemy, used within the context of arena based video game. =Gank is one of many internet terms used in arena games. Arena games normally pit teams More…

gank(6)

To gang up with friendly individuals and attack an enemy, typically used by players of online multiplayer games. ="Hey, that player looks weak, let's hurry up and gank him!" More…

gank(7)

to simultaneously attack an individual with many people. =This word is video-gamer slang, which originates from hip-hop slang. Gank is a derivation of the word gang, and is metonymy, as More…

gaoculus

math taught by Rice professor Dr. Gao, thought to be characteristically easier than other math courses. The use of this word infuses calculus with characteristics of Gao’s teaching More…

Gaoism

Saying or phrase spoken by Dr. Gao Gaoism is referring to the many different saying and phrases, usually just mispronunciation or spelling of normal English words. =let’s hope for More…

Gaoism

A saying or manner characteristic of Dr. Gao, a Rice University Mathematics Professor Generally a saying that is characteristic of Dr. Gao of the Rice University Department of Mathematics. More…

gar

shortening of the word cigar. A rolled tobacco based product that is smoked =Let's go outside and have a gar later Etymology : Shortening of the word cigar =first heard late high More…

garage doors

(metaphor) the eyelids of a woman sporting a single shade of eyeshadow =Professional makeup artist Sutan (known for his appearances throughout America's Next Top Model) showed his true More…

garb

(clipping and metaphorical extension of the word garbage) it has come to refer to a person that has a low skill level at something in addition to referring to trash =“Oh no, we got this, More…

garb1

(Clipping) Information or events that are disliked by someone =The term is used in “sorority slang.” Although many people can describe events or information as garbage, it seems to be more More…

garbage

(metonomy) garbage- a term used to emphasize how bad a certain player is on the baseball field. If a player does something bad, he is classified a garbage. Garbage, in its orignal text, More…

garbage day

(Metaphor) The event of banning a person from an internet forum weekly =Metaphor because you are comparing the event of garbage day (which happens once a week when you take out the trash) More…


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