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AP

An action potential in a neuron. It was used because action potential is long and takes more time to speak and write. Etymology : AP. Acronym of 'action potential' =Neuroscience.

AP(1)

It stands for advanced placement, referring to advanced placement classes in high school one could take for college credit. =Around campus, it is used as a verb to describe the act of More…

AP-ed out

(acronym, derivation, clipping) When you have AP-ed out of a class, it means that you already have credit for that course from taking an AP test. Many high schools offer these AP, or More…

Ape Shit

To act in a completely crazy and often irrational manner in response to something. To lose one's mind over something. ="Dude, Chris went totally ape shit on Rihanna!" More…

App

Software application on smartphone =Apps are the extremely popular software applications found in Apple and Android based smart phones. Apps address a wide varieties of needs or wants, More…

app

a dinner appetizer ="One app, two entrees, for $20." Etymology : clipping of the term appetizer =Applebee's commercial, August 2010

App (1)

An game or program used on an Apple product. =This term is used when you are purchasing or looking for a new application for your iPhone, iPod, iPad, or computer. Etymology : Clipping of More…

App Store

(Clipping (App from Application) and Compounding as a whole) An online mobile application (app) store where apps can be acquired that do a variety of services from games to productivity. More…

Appa

slang for grandpa When I was two years old, I couldn't say the word grandpa. The only thing that came out of my mouth was appa. My grandfather didnt really care at the time, so i continued More…

Appendicizing

This word takes the term appendix, which is a noun, and transforms it into the verb form. Now it means to make certain material part of the appendix of a paper. Appendicizing probably came More…

Appetize

to be appealing to (the appetite of), to make hungry, to whet the appetite of The word 'appetizing' probably came from the word 'appetite,' with the final consonant changing before the More…

Apple

An apple computer. =My apple powered down, because I had neglected to charge it last night. =Some guy in the IAH airport

apple

I love =Apple Chris Hisle =a drawing of a heart and the word "I" was misinterpreted as an apple by my girlfriend's teacher

apple bottom

A female buttocks that typically has a round shape and plump cheeks; An exceptionally pronounced posterior =The term apple bottom is used to describe women who typically have exceptionally More…

Apple Crispito

Mexican-food-inspired dessert made with apple, syrupy filling and crisp pastry dough This word was used because the theme of the night in the North Servery was Mexican food, and the staff More…

Apple-tentious

(compounding) Someone who is very ostentatious about using mac products or outwardly loving of them. =Used to describe someone who thinks that macs are by far superior products to any other More…

Applesque

Easy to maneuver and simple to operate reflective of Apple computers. The speaker used the French suffix –esque to derive Apple the noun into an adjective. Apples are generally More…

appletini

A martini with sour apple flavor. To describe a drink common nowadays but with sour apple flavor. Many products such as food describe flavors of their products uniquely. This formation More…

appointed

Elated, excited. Possibly carries the implication of approving of something. The opposite of "disappointed". ="I'm disappointed about the assignment." "What, More…

Appro-pro

(and reduplication) Appropriate =This is a very informal term likely because both clipping and reduplication were used to create it. It can only be used in very casual situations. The More…


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