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Kerbal

(Novel Creation) When used as an adjective, kerbal describes the problem solving method which involves little to no tact and involves haphazardly adding or removing components until the More…

kerjillion

A very large number. I suspect the use of kerji is because it rhymes with and sounds similar to the word jillion and gadzillion, which are both words with the same meaning. It might be More…

kerry

The act of suspending all car for the future or survival in attempts to harass someone who has mildly spited you. Commonly triggered by frustration. ="to kerry" or "to pull More…

Keth

(loanword from Bengali) Describes something that is gaudy, showy, and/or tacky.People of Bengali descent who are fluent in both of these languages often translate Keth from Bengali to More…

Kevork

To put an end to life It was used as a metaphorical way of saying to kill. =Chill out, I don’t want you to Kevork me. Etymology : Kevork. Clipping of 'Dr. Kevorkian' =A friend

Kevork

To kill someone, especially for a medical professional to kill a patient. Apparent meaning: To kill someone, especially used to refer to the death of a patient due to a medical More…

kewl

used to express please about something, cool, awesome =Derivation of the word 'cool'. Simply created by teenagers who wanted to make the word a little different, a little more More…

key

To unlock the elevators at Sid Richardson College. Sid Richardson College at Rice University has two main elevators that are locked. Whenever a student forgets his or her personal key, he More…

Key-angel

one who helps those who get locked out with a set of extra keys. apparent meaning: a person who helps you when you forget your keys reason used: I had only lived with my roommate for a More…

Keys

(Eggcorn) Slang for kilos of cocaine =Though the term is technically supposed to be spelled “kis” because it was originally a clipping of kilos, people started to spell it “keys” because More…

keyshawning

not allowing an athlete under contract to continue playing, therefore they are still being paid for not playing The term actually derived in 2003, when the head coach for the Keyshawn More…

KGB

marijuana with high THC content [abbr. kind good bud apparent meaning:KB stands for kind bud; KGB could mean kind good bud, but generally means marijuana with a high THC content =If you More…

KGB (2)

(Initialism and conversion) To ask a question, or to look something up. =The company kgb (all lowercase) provides directory assistance and information services, and describes itself as “the More…

kick

shoes, typically basketball sneakers This neologism’s formation is two part. One, there is the zero derivation of the verb kick to a noun, presumably meaning the things that kick, More…

kick

hanging out with someone without any purpose slang term with widening/semantic shift of kick. =We were just kickin’ it. Etymology : Widening/Semantic Shift or Zero Derivation of More…

kick-it

A hang out, a very informal party. =Kick-it is not a commonly used phrase everywhere, and it seems that if someone uses it as a verb people may be confused because the verb form of the More…

kickback

(synecdoche) A very relaxed and chill party. =I'm not in the mood to dance tonight. Let's go to a kickback instead. Etymology : Kickback is a compound of the words kick and More…

Kickin'

Something that is awesome, enjoyable, or great apparent meaning:Something that is awesome, enjoyable, or great =That party was kickin'; I had such a good time. Etymology : A clipping of More…

Kickin' (1)

(metaphor) The act that describes what is occurring in another individual’s life. =Often is used in conversation to inquire whether or not something interesting has happened in another More…

Kickin' it

(verb) To relax and/or hangout with others. =Used to describe an informal get together with a small number of people. Etymology : Many people are familiar with the phrase “just kick back More…


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