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Bubbies

Breasts Bubbies is a term used as an alternative, less official way to say breasts and a less vulgar way to say boobies or boobs. It is used mainly by socialites in the New Jersey area. More…

bubbles

A euphemism for testicles. =The word comes about from a television show characters inability to say the word penis or testicles. She uses this word to signify testicles, likely because of More…

Bububublah

the remainder of a forgotten or irrelevant conversation. When a speaker does not fully recall the conversation he or she is repeating or does not want to waste time quoting irrelevant More…

buck

(metaphor and derivation) To physically or verbally abuse, intimidate, or attack. Usually meant not in realistic terms; not intended seriously; if someone 'bucks' someone else, it More…

Bucket List

(Noun) A list of activities and achievements that a person hopes to accomplish in his or her lifetime. =You should definitely put the Louvre on your bucket list. Etymology : Bucket list More…

Buckler

A small, round shield either carried or worn on the arm. ='The Spaniards made good use of their bucklers in the battle against the Germans' Etymology : from Latin More…

bucks

An exclamation to express satisfaction or excitement with an event. ="Bucks! UCONN won the NCAA title!" Etymology : Formed by taking the definition of bucks which means More…

Buckytube

An elongated tube of carbon atoms in a hexagonal lattice. (‘Buckytubes are the material of the future.’) Buckytubes are hexagonal lattices of carbon atoms which form long tubes More…

bucolic

farm lands, but more broadly, nature =used when referring to a natural setting like when one thinks of the "old times" of forests and farms and people cohabiting nature. More…

bud

(respelling) refers to a women’s posterior that is nice =This term is used by college students to refer to a women's butt Etymology : "thick end," Old English buttuc More…

buddhaverse

The universe as defined by the realm of existence supposedly controlled by the religious Buddha figure. Used by Asian studies professor in place of the word ‘universe’. =Used More…

Buddhu (1)

(noun; loanword) A silly person =When Indian people in the U.S. get frustrated, they start speaking in Hindi. Therefore, when they want to call someone an idiot (but in a joking manner), More…

Buddy In-Law

Your friends’ friend. Also know as your buddies buddy. =Buddy In-Law is typically used in a setting where one may be talking to a group of friends and introduces an individual who he/she More…

Buddy-movie

of or pertaining to a movie (involving friendship) that one watches with a good friend (a feel-good movie) For a long time, there have been movies that make people feel good about More…

budge

(VERB) Another way to say "to cut," as in getting in front of a person waiting in a line. =May come from the fact that you may physically bump or budge a person when you cut them More…

Budget

(widening) something (or someone) that costs very little; inexpensive; cheap (pejorative) =Takes the noun/verb "Budget" to create an adjective possibly spawned from widening of More…

Buff

To increase the strength or potency of something, to improve something's quality or status, especially in relation to video and computer games. =Example: "That strategy is too More…

buffalo

to penetrate anally I suspect this is some kind of Freudian slip, because that usage seemed familiar to me when I heard it. I think zero derivation, probably from buffalo – to badger More…

Bug Chaser

A person, especially a gay man, who eroticizes AIDS and seeks to contract the HIV virus by having unprotected sex. ('In recent years, there has been an outburst of bug chasers.') More…

bugaboo

a girlfriend/boyfriend or spouse that is annoyingly overprotective or overbearing =The word ‘bugaboo’ has existed in English for quite sometime and is a noun referring to ‘an imaginary More…


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