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HAM

(acronym) to do something intensely =Acronym: Hard As a Motherfucker. Can't be used without prefacing with a "go". That is, one cannot HAM, but only go HAM. Popularized in More…

HAM (2)

(Stands for Hard as a Mother Fucker) Hard as a mother-fucker. Generally used to reference when a person is unstoppable or in the zone in any setting. =First heard this term in the song More…

HAM(3)

Hard as a Motherfucker =This acronym comes from the album “Watch the Throne,” by Jay-Z and Kanye West. In fact, one of the songs on the album is actually titled HAM. Interestingly More…

HAM1

(adjective) When someone is unstoppable. Performing with vigor and determination usually in a sports event. =Means "hard as a motherfucker." Wanted a catchy and informal way of More…

hambone, hamnasty, hambonism

Apparent Meaning: an arrogant, vain man concerned with machismo; This definition is very simple and not particularly useful for identifying a hambone, a hambone is typically identified by More…

hammered

Intoxicated through excessive consumption of alcoholic beverages, often resulting in impaired memory and general loss of coherent thought. Apparent Meaning: Intoxication with alcoholic More…

Hammered

Drunk or intoxicated Getting hammered means partying and drinking a large quantity of alcohol causing a person to be heavily intoxicated. College students are notorious for getting More…

hand waving

the act of getting past a difficult explanation or moment by ignoring it or skipping past it somehow apparent meaning:the act of trying to get past a difficult situation or problem by More…

hand-clappy

Putting both hands together to form a transmutation circle. This word came about from the American anime community describing a character from the anime More…

Hand-wavy

(Compound and Affixation) Unexplained, unfounded; almost magical in origin. The adjective "hand-wavy" comes from a reference to a magician's act where he waves his hands More…

Handcuuming

pick up things off of the floor without a vacuum This word was a sort of spontaneous creation. Because of an earlier conversation, my roommate had expected me to be vacuuming the room upon More…

handle

(widening) A person's username on Twitter. Handle meant a citizens' band (CB) radio user's nickname in CB transmissions, especially among truck drivers in the 1970s. Possibly More…

handleable

Describing that which is easy and manageable; won't require great effort or need for help to complete. apparent meaning:manageable, possible to handle =My palm pilot made medical school More…

Handsy

(Suffixation) Tending to have difficulty keeping hands to oneself. It is used to describe people who constantly touch, poke, feel someone or something. =“He gets really handsy when he gets More…

Handy

(clipping) A hand-job. Standard clipping of the word hand-job with possible amelioration. Hand-job perhaps comes from “getting the job done” with ones hand(s), where job means sexually More…

Hanface

A person who eats more than they should and is also lazy. Occasionally used by foreigners to describe Americans. This word is used be Europeans mostly. It is one of a myriad of words that More…

hang a lantern

phrase with verb; To stop, take a break. (“Louisville would be a good place to hang our lanterns”) The writer wanted to use a clever metaphor for taking a break/stopping to More…

Hangout

(Noun) An online, group video chat through Google+. =With the creation of Google+ earlier in the year came Google's own chat program called "Hangout". So, when people are More…

hangout [google]

a "virtual" room where persons with a g+ account can "hangout" and watch youtube movies together. everyone can watch one video together so in essence everyone is More…

Hangry

Experiencing hunger to the point of becoming angry. =The word ‘hangry’ is used to describe the point where the limit of hunger has been reached where one becomes angry. The blending of the More…


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