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Obvii

Capable of being perceived very easily; incredibly obvious. People oftentimes say things that are incredibly obvious, and one wonders why they even bothered pointing them out at all. To More…

obvioused

(from noun "obvious") found out, discovered =After the meal I was obvioused. Etymology : zero derivation of "obvious" =instant message conversation: "now i More…

obvs

(colloquial) Obviously, easily seen and apparent. Used mainly by high school and college girls as a shortened version of obviously. Since the consonant cluster "bvs" is hard to More…

Obvs

(clipping) Something that is plainly clear. =This is a clipping of the word “obviously”, and it retains its original meaning. While it is especially common among people from the Northeast, More…

OC

[residing] off-campus. Brevity. Rice students always say “I live OC” which could well stand for on-campus, too, but everyone knows it means off-campus. It is so commonly used More…

OC

refers to a student who lives off campus OC refers to a Rice undergraduate who lives away from his or her residential college. The word ‘OC’ has varying degrees: someone who is More…

OC (1)

(off campus) off campus or a Rice undergraduate who lives off campus =I haven't seen Jim since he went OC. Etymology : acronym for "off campus" =August 2010 Brown More…

oc on

on campus Like most times in the airport, you see that one person that you know. In this case it was a fellow Sidizen (from Sid Richardson college). And, she had moved off campus the More…

Occupy

(Widening) To be in control of something. The popular use of the term extends beyond tangible objects. =Made popular by the Occupy Wall street movement during which hundreds of protesters More…

occupy

(slang repurposing) To go to, take residence in. =“GSA is never going to have a shot against Lovett when they play Powderpuff on Sunday. Lovett Powderpuff is going to occupy that field.” More…

OCD

(acronym for a disorder) Obessive Compulsive Disorder; a mental illness resulting in chronic fears and or ideas, and often, certain habits followed so as to avoid the fears and anxiety they More…

Ochem

(Noun) refers to the dreaded class, Organic Chemistry. =The 'O' came from the abbreviation of Organic to 'O' and then compounded or blended with the clipping of More…

OD

excessive or overabundant; in great quantities ="I put OD rounds downrange and he just stood there like an idiot." Etymology : an initialism originally for the term More…

odek

the Oshmann Engineering Design kitchen at Rice University =noun (proper) Etymology : originally an abbreviation (O.E.D.K), "odek" became popular as it is easier to say despite More…

odious

detestable, putrid, warranting extreme dislike. =The crimes of the unibomber were odious. Etymology : od (hatred) + ious, middle english from odium =conversation with mother

Odorous

Odorous describes something that reeks of smell; it exudes a very pungent odor. It is not usually used to describe something of a pleasant smell. Odorous has a connotation of a bad smell. More…

Ofer

To not be successful in a series of attempts at a task. Heard frequently in a sporting context =Ending his 30-game hitting streak, Albert Puhols went ofer on the day, with two strikeouts, More…

Offense

(zero derivation) To perform well on offense (as in football). This word is a zero derivation of the noun ‘offense’. Offense, which does not have a commonly used verb form, has been More…

Offensieve

(offensive and sieve) When someone lacks a filter in their brain for offensive topics. =This relates to the imaginary filter that most people have in their brains, or the mental checkpoints More…

Official

Any object that brings extreme satisfaction to those who see or use it. Usually in relation to something that is aesthetically pleasing or in brand new shape or condition. =I just got new More…


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