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aight

A statement denoting agreement, comprehension or satisfaction. =“Aight, I’ll go get my wallet.” Etymology : A shortened form of alright into one syllable to ease and speed up More…

Aight

All right. =Used as a shortened version of “all right.” Generally used when someone is too lazy to type all right while texting or when someone want to sound cooler saying aight because More…

aight (215)

okay, granting acceptance of something; simpler way of saying ‘all right’ =This term is a blending of the phrase ‘all right’. The end of ‘all’ and the beginning of ‘right’ are clipped so More…

Aight2

(Reply) A shorter and more “gangster” way of saying ‘alright’. =This word is seen as a cool way to say ‘alright’, typically used by friends when arranging hangout meetings through text. More…

ailurophile

to cry or weep; to express great grief or sorrow =She’s greit from all his bad behavior.” Etymology : From the English Word greet (Seen in Middle English as greten, yet More…

aim

To chat over the internet using the instant messenger AIM. AIM is the most popular instant messenger in America. An instant messenger allows two or more people to communicate with each More…

aim

to send a message via AOL Instant Messenger Using this word conveys more information than just using the word message. It communicates the form of communication and specific program used. More…

AIM

contacting someone through AOL instant messenger =I’ll AIM you when I get back from class.

aim

To send a message or converse with another person utilizing an online messenger system Originally a noun derived from the acronym AIM (America Online Instant Messanger), a variant of More…

AIMtag

like phone-tag, when AOL Instant Messages are exchanged repeatedly, but neither conversant is present at the same time, and so replies suffer a long delay I made this up myself, actually, More…

Aircon

Air conditioning My roommate is from Hong Kong and therefore has some different terms (mostly British) for everyday things. I think aircon has been around in British/international slang for More…

airplane mode

(metaphor/ noun) The state or behavior of a person in which one cuts off all SNS connection or interaction with other people =The phrase originally came from “airplane mode” of electronic More…

Airrage

rage that results from being in the atmosphere of an airplane Interpretation of intended meaning frustration, anger, or stress created by the restricted and enclosed environment of an More…

airyfairy

not well defined, up in the air This seems to be the Australian version of wishy-washy, which is used to describe people, directions, etc, in America that are either not well defined or More…

Aite

To be okay or acceptable; Alright This is a slang contraction, so it’s used because it is original and colorful. It also probably serves as a shibboleth: by using it, people can More…


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