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ily

(acronym) to love someone =Ily so much. this term is an acronym of the phrase "I love you". It is commonly used on socialy networking sites such as facebook and twitter where More…

IM

it means "intant message" In modern times, people are in such a hurry that they'll come up with acronyms for pretty much anything. People do it just to save time from typing out the entire More…

IM

IM

the act of talking to someone through Instant Messenger online =Dennis IMed me tonight to tell me about his good news. =school acquaintances

IM

v.i. or v.t. to send an Instant Message via America OnlineTM or a similar Internet service [abbreviation of Instant Message] Interpretation of intended meaning to send an Instant Message More…

imba

imbalanced. A word can be used when a subject(usually in video games) is too strong or too weak compare to others ="That sword is imba. It's too good compare to its price." More…

imdb

(VERB) To look up information about someone in the entertainment business on the internet. =Comes from the acronym for 'Internet Movie Database,' an online database with More…

imed

to send someone an Instant Message The abbreviation “IM” has become quite common in internet communication, especially among teenagers and college students. We refer to the More…

imho

Phrase that indicates modesty about one's opinions, acronym for 'in my humble opinion' apparent meaning:In my humble opinion =Biology is much more interesting than math, imho.. Etymology More…

Imma

Condensed form of “I am going to.” Gonna is a common contraction, used especially in the Southern United States. The reason for its formation was likely to be because the word More…

Imma (3)

literally, "I am going to." =blending and clipping of "I am going to" sped up in common speech until sounds like a single word. This common oral useage was then More…

IMO

Acronym for "In My Opinion." =Used mostly on the internet and through text messages. Coined due to a need to reduce typing time and effort. Etymology : Acronym from the phrase More…

impactor

An object that impacts another object; a projectile. =Nobody's sure what will happen next. There's a small chance the impactor will blow the 2-½-mile-long comet to smithereens, or More…

in situ

Latin meaning "in place" [OED] =used to refer to reserves already in place. perhaps meant to sound condescending since the author is actually criticizing the oil industry. More…

in the forward

(analogy) later on in time; afterwards; ="he will be improving a lot in the forward" =ESPN sports radio - Oct 2011

inappropro

(clipping) Describes something that is not appropriate or acceptable. Used among high school and college girls, generally as a response to hearing about a breach of social etiquette by a More…

Inapropro

Incredibly inappropriate Inapropro is generally used in informal situations by adolecents and young adults with others in their age and status group. It is used to describe very More…

Inapropro (2)

(clipping) Inappropriate; breaking a social norm, but in a fairly insubstantial way. The root word, inappropriate, has been clipped, removing the adjective forming suffix ‘-iate’. An ‘o’ was More…

Ince

an instance, an example ‘Ince’ is a clipping of the parent word ‘instance.’ Its use does not add any meaning to the type of instance; connotations rather apply to More…

incel

Involuntary celibate, i.e., one who desires sex but cannot obtain it. =Term coined by and used as a group identity for a fringe group who suffer from a lack of sex, usually characterized More…


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