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malamanteau

A malamanteau is a neologism for a portmanteau created by incorrectly combining a malapropism with a neologism. =Malamanteau itself is a neologism, a malapropism, and a portmanteau. It was More…

malcolmesque

used to describe an action or expression that is characteristic of everyone’s favorite linguistics TA and Tabletop Theater director, Malcolm Eckel. =me: Malcolm, you always do that More…

Malfeedage

The state of being underfed, or the state of being fed food that one does not enjoy or need. The food at college is never spectacular, and although those in charge may try, they usually are More…

malloc

1. To allocate memory 2. Memory allocation =I need to malloc 32 bytes. Did you do the malloc yet? Etymology : Cropping and blending of memory allocation =Used in Computer Science to More…

MALLRATS

Collective term used for pre-teens and teenagers for whom it is commonplace to spend large amount of time socializing and wandering through urban shopping malls =I really don't want my More…

maltuition

the state of lacking financial resources as a direct result of paying college tuition =Maltuition is blending of malnutrition, which refers to a medical condition caused by an inadequate More…

Malvertisement

Online advertisements that is harmful to computer when click it. =Mal- is a prefix meaning bad. Thus, malvertisement means bad ads. There are many sites and ads on internet that contain More…

mama

It’s a term that one may call a friend that is female. This term is used especially by a female talking with another female friend. Obviously, the girl that my friend was referring to More…

Mamaguy

a term used to describe one who is in seemingly to close contact with his mother. originally an accident when one was trying to make fun of another but the term stuck =He is such a More…

Man boobs

male breasts that appear to be female, and are often seen in overweight men Undesirable. The prefix ‘man’ is necessary to distinguish man boobs from female boobs. The tension More…

Man card

(Analogy) A symbolic or metaphorical reference to (a man's) masculinity. The term "man card" probably comes from an analogy to a membership card to a club. In this case, More…

Man Card

(compounding) An imaginary card representing one's masculinity. =One is said to have lost his man card after a particularly humiliating or emasculating defeat, similar to how one can More…

man-tank

a boxy oversized shirt with no sleeves and large arm holes; usually worn by men but can also be worn by women =The word combines the word man and the first part of the compound tank top to More…

Manazon

(ADJ, NOUN) n. An area that has been totally trashed or ruined and turned into a stinky mess due to inhabitation by human males, usually university-age a. Referring to an area that fits the More…

manbiguous

Definition: describing a male whose behavior makes others question his sexual orientation, or whether he is gay or straight. =This neologism interestingly takes a word and un-assimilates More…

Mancave

A place where guys hang out by themselves or with each other (without girls) and do guy things (e.g. play video games); a hideout for guys ="I found my library mancave" More…

mancession

A recession, such as this most recent one, which hits men harder than women. Etymology : man 'a male human' + cession 'recession' =8/10/2009.

mancubus

A deformed demonic creature. The term “mancubus” was introduced in 1994 when the computer game Doom 2 was released by Id Software. The term is a blend between the words More…

Mandals

Ridiculous large, smelly sandals that are worn by men with huge feet. For the most part men have much larger feet then women, thus their sandals are distinguishable from female sandals. More…

Mang :3

(Internet slang/assimilation) An internet way to show you are in accordance with what was stated. Must be used with the emoticon :3 for extra hilarity. =Mang :3 pronounced /maIg/ is a new More…


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