Navigation


Bi

Having a sexual attraction to both males and females. This word most likely was coined as a brief, quick way to explain one’s sexual orientation. =Well maybe you’re not a More…

Bi Winning

(Blends the words bi-polar and winning while clipping the polar off of bi-polar.) Describes someone who wins at everything; someone who can’t lose. =This term came about after an interview More…

bia

Bitch The speaker was trying to find a slightly less offensive word that still conveyed the same level of emotion. =I can’t believe she said that to you! What a complete bia! More…

Biatch

Usually, one who is attached to another by affection; a good friend. At times, used to refer to mean, despicable people. My friend used this word because it is now a very common word used More…

bib

Abbreviation for library I think clipping is especially prominent among groups of young people, colleges and universities. Whenever there are words that people repeat often, the words tend More…

biblioholism

The addiction to the buying and reading of books Reason used: The word was used to describe a love of books so great that it could be seen as an addiction. The word conveys roughly the More…

biblionaut

an explorer of books =adding the prefix biblio- (of books) to the common suffix -naut (sailor). The reference here is to cosmonauts and similar new words, as well as to psychonauting, for More…

Bicurious

used to describe someone who isn’t entirely sure of their sexuality, who tends to be attracted to both sexes. compound of bi ‘bisexual’ and curious compound of the More…

bicurious

Someone who is not completely sure of their sexuality, and willing to sexually experiment with members of both the same and opposite sex in order to determine his or her preference. This More…

Bid

When a player dives forward to try and catch a thrown object. =It is usually used as slang in Ultimate Frisbee for diving forward to catch an overthrown disk. Etymology : A metaphor More…

biddled

This verb tends to be used only the past passive voice, and means to get terrible luck in a situation where all the circumstances are favorable toward you. The term’s root, Biddle, is More…

Bieber fever

(derivation, metaphor) A condition someone is said to have when they are obsessed with the singer, Justin Bieber. This does not correspond to any actual disease, it is just relating being an More…

Bieber fever (2)

The state of being obsessed with Justin Bieber; often associated with young girls. =The word fever in this phrase was undergone a metaphorical meaning change. Fever is usually associated More…

Bieber(-)mania

The craze surrounding teenage singer Justin Bieber. The fan craze over him to the point of being obsessive or insane. =This is a derivation between the words “Bieber” and the suffix More…

Bieberesque

an adjective used to describe something, usually a person, who acts in a way or has some trait that resembles one of Justin Bieber. =Can be used in reference to a hair style (“That haircut More…

Bierdo

(noun) A weird person with a beard. =This word was formed in analogy to the word “weirdo.” The “b” clipped from beard replaces the “w” to form a new word. This word’s meaning was formed More…

biffle

(initialism and affixation) A person’s best friend. The abbreviation BFF is often used to stand for “best friend forever”. If spoken out like an acronym, BFF begins to sound a bit like More…

Biffle

voicing of the acronym BFFL which means best friend for life Etymology : from the acronym BFFL =Conversation with friend October 2013 "My biffle Ilse is coming into town!"

biffle(1)

(acronym) a girl or guy that one is best friends with. a girl or guy that one loves and trusts, but only as a friend. =Matt and Christine grew up together, so it's natural that More…

biffles

Two people who are extremely close friends – can practically read each other’s minds they are so close – and they plan to continue this friendship for the rest of their lives. =Amy and I More…


Navigation

Pages: 1 2 3 4 Next >>


# & ( - 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 @
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z [ a ab c e f g u v