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urban slang meaning to murder or assassinate someone Possibly a metonymic shift related to the wetness of blood being spilled – to be “wet” is to be dying. The adjective More…

Wet

(adjective; analogy) Cool. =This term is used primarily among men instead of the common slang term 'cool.' It was formed in analogy to 'orgasmic' used to refer to More…

Wet

(Metaphorical change in meaning.; Used to describe an object.) "Wet" is used to describe a basketball shot that is made without hitting anything but net. The meaning term More…

wet(1)

used to guarantee that a shot will go in by describing as so =used in basketball. The way the net splashes when a shot goes in resembles water Etymology : from the word “wet” =“That’s More…

wethead

someone who is perpetually hungover or who gets extraordinarily intense hangovers Example of metonomy, head from the literal meaning to a figurative meaning of one's characteristic (wet More…

wethinks

to seem to us, to be of the opinion of =This term is likely to be used in an informal setting as on Buzzfeed. It can be used as a humorous way to say we think. The term is likely based on More…

wetvac

to use a specially designed vacuum cleaner to vacuum liquids =I've wetvaced the interior and dried it out but my drivers side seat switch and window switches are not working as well More…

WGPS

acronym for Walking GPS, describes a person who is exceptionally good at directions. There is not a specific word that can describe a person who is good at directions. Thus, from the fact More…

wha

what; expresses surprise and slight disbelief. =Clipping of what. The clipping of the t creates a rushed sense, as if the user was suddenly surprised. Etymology : from Old English More…

WHACK

whack [clipping of whacked] Adjective. Being incomprehensible, unbelievable, or outrageous in a negative way. apparent meaning: Whatever is being described is somehow wrong or bad, in the More…

whale

an older man that is extremely wealthy, that a 'gold digger' tries to land to milk money from in a metaphorical "large catch" =Usage: (taken from article) The More…

Whale

Used to express something cool or awesome, typically only in spoken slang. =“You traveled to Australia this summer? That’s so whale!” -overheard conversation with advisor Etymology : More…

Whammie

(Similar to the sound of an object hitting against another object (wham)) Whammie, n. A serious hit against the object in question, usually in a negative context. =Whammie was formed More…

whammied

So drunk that the person can barely function =This word is expected to be pronounced /whæmid/, but in context the person (maybe due to an accent) pronounced it as /weɪmid/ and the person More…

Whangsta

One who pretends to be a gangster. The rapper probably used this word to mock all the people who pretend to be gangster, when they really aren’t. Thus, knowing the slang word whack, More…

whasian

A person of Asian decent who tries to associate himself with the white culture, ignoring his own, or vice versa. An Asian who acts as a stereotypical white person. This refers to people More…

What da funk

Expression of surprise and usually displeasure/annoyance. Apparently it’s also the name of a band, and a well-known expression by people across the country. It's a euphemism for WTF. More…

What up

An informal greeting popular among young people . It is a shorter way of saying hello. This greeting is becoming popular amongst American youth. =Hey, what up! Etymology : [what+up] More…

what's the deal.e.o

describing a more livelier form of what's the deal? As with B.E.A.U.tiful, what's the deal.e.o exaggerates the long vowel sounds in the word. This also has a rather similar form as coolio. More…

Whatchamahooha

(noun) Filler term used to describe something on the tip of the tongue. Variant form of whatchamacallit, presumably blended with some other word of phrase. Somewhat more childlike More…


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