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(2) beast

to consume an excessive amount quickly and savagely (usually in the form ‘to beast on’) =The verb ‘to beast’ is a zero derivation of the noun ‘beast.’ The verb ‘to beast’ most likely More…

B*TCH BEER

Beer that has had its flavor enhanced or changed so that it tastes good This may be jargon among the drinking community. The speaker was looking for a way to refer to specific types of More…

B-dubs

The shortening of Buffalo Wild Wings & Weck first to BW-3s, then to B-dubs – slang name for the restaurant Buffalo Wild Wings =Let's go to B-dubs and get wings. =A friend

B-ed

To make a B =Pronounced as "bead,"it takes after the word "ace" for "to make an A." It's exclusively used in past tense form to avoid confusion as More…

B-more

Name for the city of Baltimore It was used to quickly denote the city of Baltimore. =It’s B-more by the way. Etymology : B-more. Clipping of Baltimore =A peer

B-T-Dub

‘Back to Wiess’ =This word contains sound symbolism, particularly in the ‘Dub’ which comes from the sound made when saying the letter: W. It was personalized from the common acronym BTW More…

b-t-dubs

(initialism and clipping) Spoken abbreviation of the phrase “by the way”. The abbreviation “btw” was first used in texting as a faster way to say the phrase but later became a spoken More…

B.E.A.U.-tiful

very sarcastic beautiful This word formation type is dissimilar to any of the above I have submitted because it plays on the long vowel sounds of e, a, u to form the word beautiful. The More…

B.F.E

Somewhere very far away Saying you went somewhere in B.F.E. is a metaphor and hyperbole, meaning it might as well have been in Egypt since it was so far away. The B.F. implies one’s More…

b.t. dubbs

(acronym) By the way. ="B. t. dubbs, I have to go to Target later." Etymology : Formed by vocalizing the letters in the acronym "BTW", but replacing the "w" More…

Baby

Any object, especially a common object; any thing. Apparent meaning: something in general, a synonym of thing Analysis of word: babe 'infant' plus affix -y 'characterized by.' However, More…

baby (2)

(Semantic change and an example of polysemy.) A first-year student or new member of a community, specifically in regards to orientation groups or teams. Known as babies by their advisors and More…

Baby catcher

A female medical practitioner or midwife who delivers babies. Used as a derogatory term bordering on sexist, referring to how women medical practitioners only serve the role of midwife. More…

Baby-killers

oral contraceptive that helps prevent women from becoming pregnant. Apparent Meaning: birth control Type of word formation: Compound Reason Used: another name for birth-control =Yeah, I More…

baby-proof

to make an area physically safe for a newborn through toddler by removing dangerous objects and/or adding safety devices. =We had to baby-proof the house after Jake was born. Etymology More…

Baby-sat

Those for whom a baby-sitter is hired. When referring to himself in the third person, Calvin needed a word which referred to the charges of the baby-sitter. A possible past-tense for More…

babydaddy

father, dad =“Hey there, babydaddy!” Etymology : Probably arose in Jamaican Creole, where the words “baby’s father” were blended to create “biebifaada” before taking hold in standard More…

babymamma

The mother of a child in an unmarried man and woman couple. Apparent Meaning: The mother of a young child in an unmarried couple. It seems to refer specifically to a mother of an More…

Babystalking

The act of looking through a new acquaintance’s oldest facebook pictures in order to see them as more relatable. It is used when first meeting someone and can be done more easily once a More…

Bacheloric

having the characteristics of a bachelor This word allows the speaker to succinctly describe one's proclivity towards a single life. It eliminates the necessity to expound on their life More…


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