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DCO

(initialism) ‘Done cracked out’; refers to anyone who is dependent on or addicted to drugs, not specific to only crack cocaine The intialism is formed from the phrase ‘done cracked out’, More…

dd

daughter Reason used: The word was used to talk about someone’s daughter in a very short way. The acronym “dd” seems to have originally meant “dear daughter”. More…

De

(Noun) Defence, especially in a sports setting, where it is used to refer to the need to keep the other team from scoring. =The word is likely produced as a result of the nature of cheering More…

De Niroesqisms

A De Niroesquism is a word referring to phrases that remind a person of something Robert De Niro would do or say. It would be used when a person does or says something that is reminiscent More…

de-friend

To remove someone as a friend on Facebook. =After we broke up I decided to de-friend him. Etymology : Defriend is one of the words that is associated with facebook. Friending someone on More…

de-hardcode

To make (code) no longer hardcoded. =Derivation from “hardcode” by adding the prefix “re-,” meaning “undo.” Etymology : “hardcode” is from “hard” and “code,” with “hard” referring to the More…

de-manned

Having had one’s masculinity compromised, either in a physical or non-physical sense reason used: It was uttered in a time of excitement and laughter, so it was likely a More…

de-pants

to perform a prank in which a person pulls down the pants of the victim, embarrassing them by exposing their underwear. =This word is derived from the noun pants, with the derivational More…

Dead

(adjective) usually used when something is extremely funny, a person's reaction to said funniness to be be "dead" ="I'm dead" is typically what people say in More…

dead

(metaphorical extension) originally meaning to be in a state of being dead, the word has, by metaphorical extension, come to mean very surprised or deflated, probably because death is More…

Dead Presidents

All American money that has dead presidents' pictures on it. =Well I ain't broke but I'm badly bent. Everybody loves them DEAD PRESIDENTS! Etymology : Dead Presidents. Compound of More…

Dead-ass

(adjective) extremely serious =People usually use this phrase to emphasize how serious they are about something. This phrase is more commonly used among African Americans Etymology : More…

Deadass

Very serious. This word can be used to verify the truth of an outlandish story or just express that the speaker is not joking and very serious about what they are talking about. The word More…

deadhead

A fan of The Grateful Dead, a popular rock band. A fan of the band The Grateful Dead. This term has a sort of double meaning because of the band’s association with drug culture: More…

Deadnaming

(Compounding) To refer to someone by their name before they transitioned when they have adopted a new name =Could come from referring to the a name used before transitioning as their ‘dead More…

Deadzone

Place where internet connection or signal is not available. =There are some places where cell phone and wireless cannot get signal. These zones are called deadzone. Since we can get More…

deaf

A vague noun with good connotation; related to friendship relationships; synonymous with cool, gnarly, and good. The etymology is not conventional. New meaning for the word creating when a More…

deagle

slang for Desert Eagle handgun =Don't make me whip out the deagle. Etymology : blending of 'Desert' and 'Eagle', an available weapon in the computer video game More…

Deal

A shortened version of the phrase "deal with it" and is used precisely the same way as the phrase both grammatically and semantically. ('I've got a lot of work, but I'll deal'). Frequently More…

Dealio

A situation, plan, or happenings. Apparent meaning: A casual situation or scenario usually involving an agreement between parties. The '-io' ending, which has no inherited meaning was added More…


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