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Cebit

Classical bit, as opposed to a quantum bit ("The bits in today's computers are cebits") Bits in our computers used to store information are usually called just bits. However, physicists More…

celebgivebackers

celebrities donating time and/or money to charity Etymology : from celebrity =USA television commercial

Celebritology

The study, observation, or analysis of celebrity, film and TV. =After committing his life to watching TV for 12 hours a day, Bryan decided to start writing about his celebritology of TV More…

celebutante

a young, female socialite who is famous for the fact that she is rich or has famous parents VH1, as a leading fashion, music, and celebrity news broadcasting station must always keep on top More…

celebutard

A celebrity who is unintelligent or acts foolishly for publicity. This word was most likely created because of the constant public attention celebrities receive. Today, technology has More…

Celesbian

Apparent meaning: a very famous person who is a lesbian. Reason used: The term is used to describe a celebrity actress, who is also a lesbian =Context and source: “Her (Britney More…

Celescalating

Rising or escalating to celestial heights Celescalating has not yet entered common usage, but was instead coined by Joyce through the process of ‘blending’—here, the two More…

cell

To call someone on a cellular phone It's a compact word used to inform others to call the person on his cellular phone. =Drankin after my test tonight - 9 pm, come join the par-tay, cell More…

Cell

To call someone on their cell phone. This change occured because of efficiency. It is easier and faster to type or say "cell me" than "call me on my cell phone." It might appear to be a More…

Cellfish

An individual who talks on his or her phone even when doing so is rude and selfish. The word blended cellular phone and selfish. The way the two words are blended is pretty interesting More…

Cellfish(2)

Refers to someone who talks on the phone in inappropriate place. =Cellfish is combination of selfish and cell phone. Sometimes, people talk on the phone aloud in public places like in bus, More…

cellshaded

Looking like animation despite being three dimensional graphics. In recent years, videogame companies have not only tried to make graphics look more realistic, but in some cases more like More…

celltech

Synonymous with steroids. Used in bodybuilding culture. ="You need to start using celltech if you want to get real results." Etymology : Blending of "Cell" and More…

Celly

cellular phone ("Remember, I'm only a celly away.") The zero derivation and clipping have become standard in American usage ("cell" for "cellular telephone"), for convenience's sake. The More…

Celly 2

Abbreviation of celebrate =Jim had a great celly after his goal last game Etymology : Clipping of the word celebrate, abbreviated for ease of use =Hockey slang, first heard early 2010

Celtadelic

Of music, characterized by both Irish/Celtic origins and modern "hard rock" musical style. Interpretation of intended meaning: Descriptive of the band Boiled In Lead's "rock'n'reel" music. More…

Ceng

a person whose field of study is chemical engineering. it is a shorter slang way of saying chemical engineer. =I know him. He's another ceng. Etymology : blending and clipping of: More…

Centerize

To center something. This word was coined by my sister (and a Princeton grad I must add) when we were playing a drinking game called beer pong one day. It has been adopted by many of my More…

Cereal

Not joking : earnest: sincere. The speaker was probably looking for a creative, slightly humorous variation to the word serious. Cereal rhymes slightly with serious and that is the most More…

cereal

of or pertaining to being serious =The speaker shortened the word to mock a slang setting. She clipped the word jealous, purposely attempting to create a slang tone (and humor) in her More…


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