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vic

a victim; one who is preyed upon or harmed in a situation. This is a shortened version of the word ‘victim,’ a frequently used word in crime and justice. ‘Vics’ are More…

vico

shortened slang name for the drug Vicodin. This is common word shortening, and the finished term sounds sharper and slangier. When I've heard it, it is usually a plural - vicos. More…

Victimhood

a state of suffering resulting from an event or action =The term “victimhood” was created to fill the absence of a word that could concisely refer collectively to the state of being a More…

videocracy

social structure largely influenced by visual media. Blending of video and democracy. A “videocracy” is a government or social situation that is largely influenced by the More…

videophile

One who loves and collects video equipment and media =The picture quality will be vastly improved, pleasing videophiles. Etymology : compound from L. video 'see' and G. phile 'loving' More…

Vidiot

A person who plays video games frequently, probably excessively, and figuratively until he has become an idiot. The sense of the word "idiot" used here is "one incapable of normal processes More…

Vidiot(2)

Someone who is obsessed with video and computer game and cut off from society. =Vidiot is blending of video and idiot. It refers to a person who is obsessed with videogames and lost More…

Viewmongous

(blending) A term to describe something that is way too big to miss. It could be described as a tourist attraction. =The term was first coined when Sharp introduced their 80inch Aqueos More…

viewtiful

highly stylized and/or awesome; 'poetry in motion'. apparent meaning: Greater meaning than beautiful, highly stylized; awesome. The speaker was trying to convey how great his opponent's More…

vig

(semantic change) a very high interests of the money lent that counted by weeks, used in drug business =Vig is clipped from vigorish, meaning exorbitant rate of interest. Here drug dealers More…

vine

A short video that only lasts about seven seconds and are typically humorous. =I might be addicted to Vine Etymology : The 13th century word from Old French vigna, which was from Latin More…

Vine

(Can be used as an action.; It is a brand name.; Metaphorical change in meaning.; It can be used as an object.) "Vine" as a proper noun is a video sharing application on smart More…

Vine (3)

(Vine) A short (5-10) second video. =Possibly a metaphor from the 'creeping' of a vine around a structure. Just as a vine creeps, so does a vine (in the sense of video) More…

vine10

(noun) Vine refers to a video that is posted to the social media website known as vine. What makes “vine” videos different however is that they are very short (5-10 seconds) and they repeat More…

Vinegar Strokes

(metaphor) The male orgasm. Coined because many men supposedly make a tightened face when having an orgasm similar to someone with a cup of vinegar held under their nose. =“I’m as upset as More…

Vining

exchanging copies of media such as CDs or video tapes As copying and sharing media became more popular, a term was needed to describe it. =Those guys have been vining music for years. More…

Vinsanity

the spectacular play of Vince Carter and the excitement it generates. apparent meaning: the spectacular and high-flying play of NBA-star Vince Carter and the excitement it generates. It's a More…

Vinyl

(narrowing) This is in reference to the records, which are a medium for playing music, either through a phonograph or turntable. =Vinyl is a general material in making things, in this case More…

Violincest

dating between two individuals who are both members of a violin section of the same musical group. It was used for the fun of creating a new word as a part of the MOB dialect. =if you More…

viral

(broadening, metaphor) Widespread and well known in popular culture, generally through the Internet. This metaphorically relates the way a virus travels from person to person, creating an More…


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