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janky

A term used to describe something that is questionable, laughable, and of inferior quality. Apparent meaning: An adjective used to describe something that is of inferior quality, More…

janky

pitifully undesirable. The origin of this adjective is unclear, but one suggestion is that a "jank" was first a "sub-optimal" card in the card game Jank. In this etymology, an experienced More…

Janky

having a laughable, bad, or questionable quality Similar to the word “junk.” =Does anyone else think that the concept of a high school facebook is JANKY? Etymology : -y More…

Janky

a state of being less socially advanced and crude in social graces. apparent meaning: backward and trashy. reason used: The odd sound of the word itself adds to the intended meaning of the More…

janky (3)

(derivation) unkempt or askew =My hair looks janky today. Etymology : jank + y (derivational ending) =roommate, November 2010

Janky (3)

(novel creation) Something shoddily made or not sturdy by construction =Can be referred to many different things. For example if you had to create from scratch a table and it looked More…

Janky (9)

Cheap, crappy quality. Often used to describe the state of possessions. =Janky arose from the blending of junky and skanky, both words pertaining to the inferior quality of an item/person. More…

Janky(1)

(adjective) Alternate form: Jank. Term used to describe a person or situation that is extremely questionable. Subject may or may not be harmless, but usually something that one would want to More…

Janx

(phonetic change) Another word for stuff. It refers to a general quantity of things, and gives off the idea that the things it refers to are unimportant. It can also be used as slang for More…

Jap

A rich, Jewish-American girl who is spoiled by her parents. She is characterized by lavish spending, ‘brat-like’ behavior, and refusal to accept the word ‘no.’ More…

Jap

Jewish American Princess The first thing of note is that Jap has a homonym, which is a slur for Japanese people. That usage is not new and is a clipping. Jap, in this context, is an acronym More…

jap

a rich, spoiled, and bitchy Jewish girl =only used and understood in northeastern united states where these girls are pervasive Etymology : acronym for “Jewish American Princess” =“I More…

JAP

An American girl with wealthy Jewish parents who is generally spoiled and high-maintenance =Acronym using the first letters of the words Jewish, American, and Princess to describe a person More…

JAPANIMATED

Taken by the culture of Japan. The writer was looking for a catchy way to get his point across in an article title. This word is short, but very catchy. It is also a humorous play on More…

JAPANIMATION

A type of cartoon or animation originating in Japan carrying robotic and futuristic themes. Also refers to the style of animation. The characters have a distinctive type of appearance, More…

japanized

The process of being influenced by Japanese culture and taking on a recognizable Japanese aspect. Used by Asian Studies professor to describe Chinese roman script. =Asian Studies More…

jargonaut

Someone who uses an excessive amount of jargon in everyday conversation. =It is derived from the word jargon, and is typically used in a derogatory manner when describing a person. The More…

jashing

to be jumpy or anxious while intoxicated =The speaker was addressing his friend while blending the words trashed and jumpy together, in order to fully assess the friend’s state. He also More…

jaunt

(A broadening.) A place. Can also refer to a general situation, typically a negative one. ="Jaunt" originates from the word "joint" (as in "let's blow this More…

jawn

Any person, place, or thing; a word used to describe anything and everything; an item or object of some sort. =Eddie’s new jawn has a top speed of 160 mph. Etymology : derived More…


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