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9/11

an event such as a terrorist bombing in which many innocent people are injured or killed much shorter than saying “a catastrophic terrorist attack” and since September 11th is More…

99

(reference) 99, Adj. used to describe someone of great intelligence. Someone very smart and ingenious it can also be used to describe someone very innovative and creative. =The use of this More…

99 Percent

(metonymy) the common person or the common United States citizen; refers to the vast majority of the population in the United States who make up only 1% of America’s wealth distribution More…

@

To say something directly to another person. Generally aggressive and confrontational in nature. Often pertains to some complaint one might have about someone else. Commonly used on social More…

A

(clipping or initialism) Alcohol. Here, the first letter of the word alcohol is being used to refer to the word itself. This could either be considered a drastic form of clipping or a form More…

A Barbie

It is used as a term by teenagers when referring to a pretty animate girl who is small body, pretty, blonde blue eyes much like a Barbie Doll. Originated from a pretty looking doll made by More…

A Dragon

(masculine gender) A boy who wears the gaudy Ed Hardy brand, marked by colorful faux-tattoo and toughness. The term is used to describe a boy with lots of confidence and unique style. More…

A-cups

(metonym) A non-carbonated alcoholic beverage. =A-cup is used as a measurement size, the smallest available within its category. As the smallest unit, used in this context it denotes weak, More…

a-tacular

Synonym of "great" ="This lab has been going a-tacular!" Etymology : Blend of "a-ok" (derived from "ok," meaning "acceptable") + More…

A.S.S. GRADUATE

A long-winded person (who's attended the "American Sidebartending School"). =Lingo used by journalists covering the O.J. Simpson Civil Trial. =Newsweek

A1

(compounding and clipping) expressing excellence; the best =This term originated from the word "A-1" used in 1834 by Lloyd’s Register of Shipping to designate ships in high More…

Abagaba

helicopter funny way of saying helicopter =That red abagaba flew by like a desert jet. Etymology : deletion =brother

abandonware

software that is no longer sold through retail channels or supported by its publisher ="Q-Island became abandonware so long ago that you probably won't even be able to find it More…

Abbrev’

(clipping) to shorten by omitting letters =This word is used in place of abbreviation usually by people who abbreviate too much. It tends to be used in a somewhat comical fashion most often More…

ABC

Used to refer to a an American of Chinese origin ="I was born in the United States, you know. I am sure you can tell that I am an ABC!" Etymology : Modern English abbreviation More…

ABCD

American-Born Confused Desi. It is used to negatively refer to Indian or Pakistani Americans born in the United States and having a lack of cultural values that their parents might have. More…

abeg

"I beg" or please “Abeg” can be classified under the word formation type blending because two words in Standard English, “I” and “beg”, are blended to More…

abeg

Please Abeg is derived from the term “I beg” in the English language. As a result of blending the “I” due to dialect and an accent has been replaced by an More…

Aberzombie

One who wears only clothing from the Abercrombie clothing store and is viewed as lacking in unique personality or independent taste in style. ("I thought he wore Abercrombie all the time More…

Ablated

Removal by surgical means. =The stenotele size gradient was abolished when the head was repeatedly removed from regenerating Hydra but not when the basal disc was repeatedly ablated. More…


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