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nasty

Something that is actually good, akin to “amazing” or “awesome”. =analogous in extreme sense, but opposite in meaning. Etymology : different usage of "nasty" =9/18/2011 - More…

Natitude

(Nationals+attitude) the attitude and style of play that the Washington Nationals employ =Bryce Harper strutted around the bases with Natitude after knocking that one out of the park. More…

natties

(noun) Nationals, specifically ultimate frisbee college nationals. ="We're going to qualify for natties this year!” Etymology : Shortening of the word "nationals" from More…

natty light

(Noun) Natty Light refers to natural light beer, it is basically a bad tasting beer which is high in alcohol content and affects most when consumed in high quantities. Usually consumed by More…

Navahonky

a person of Caucasian roots who is enthusiastic about Native-American culture. This enthusiam may be expressed through Native-American jewelry, clothing, artwork, music, or religious More…

Navigatron

Navigation unit used on a spacecraft. Mr. Watterson wanted to use a word which sounded alien, as the comic (http://dlazechk.beplaced.com/mergedspacemanspiffathome6.html), is clearly alien. More…

naviguesser

The person in the passenger seat of a vehicle who looks at a map and tries to help the driver find their destination. My dad created this word while we were on a family vacation. He More…

naw

(VERB) "Do you know what I..." =Often when someone is talking they'll ask the listener if they understand by saying "do you know what I mean?" If it is said quickly More…

nawmean

To understand. =“I can’t go with you to the mall today, it’s going to be too crowded to move, nawmean?” Etymology : From Do you know what I mean? A clipping and blending of the phrase More…

NBB

(literal(ly)) Short for Nose Blow Burn which is the reddened chaffing caused by blowing ones nose a lot. =Used when complaining about a cold and the visible symptoms that come with it. NBB More…

NBD

(Acronym) No big deal; unimportant, unnecessary; something not worth worrying over. 'NBD' is an acronym formed by the first letters of 'no big deal'. It was probably More…

NBD (1)

“No big deal;” not a problem. Used very informally. It has about the same meaning as "it's okay" or "don't worry about it." =NBD. I can take care of it. More…

NBD (215)

calm and short response to someone who let you down; simpler way of saying ‘no big deal’ =This term is used as an acronym because it implies annoyance as a response to someone who didn’t More…

NBD(2)

(initialism) stands for “No Big Deal.” a phrase used to make it seem like something was not that important, when, in fact, it was. =I got a 100 on that calculus test, NBD. Etymology : More…

Neat Freak

A person who obsesses over being completely organized and orderly. A "neat freak" is a person who is free of any kind of disorder or clutter. This type of person usually has a very More…

neck

An expression used to express disappointment in someone. ="You don't know who the President of the United States is? Neck." Etymology : A verbal expression of the act of More…

neckbeard

A substantial growth of hair below one's chin, often when not accompanied by significant facial hair. =Used in a generally pejorative, comical way towards a male, implying that he is More…

Neckbeard

(noun) Someone who is a stereotypical computer gaming nerd. Comes from the generalization that gamers are both young (unable to grow a full beard) and unhygienic (do not regularly shave) and More…

necro

(verb) To post in a discussion thread that is very old and stagnant. By posting, a user brings the thread to the top of the board, bringing the dead discussion "back to life". More…

necromonger

Person who spreads death through killing others. Apparently means one who spreads death. Referred to a dark people who traveled from place to place destroying whole civilizations. More…


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