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Cha

1) Slang pronoun for ‘you’ (“What cha doing?”) or 2) another way of saying ‘yes’ (“Do you want to go? Cha!”); both used in rap and hip hop More…

Chabe

Stands for chemical and biomolecular engineering. Used to describe people in this major. Derived from the abbreviation CHBE. The "a" is added to make it pronounceable. More…

Chaffage

a skin condition created by the continuous rubbing of a material on one’s skin, usu. found on the upper leg.[ apparent meaning: places were the skin chaffed reason used: She used this More…

Chairdrobe

The art of piling clothes on a chair to be used in place of a closet or dresser. =Sometimes created when there are not enough hangers in the closet, a limited amount of drawer space, or More…

Chairdrobe (2)

The pile of clothes that has accumulated on the back of your chair because you’re too lazy to actually put the clothes away =Generally used in a sarcastic/accusatory context when you want More…

Chairdrobe 3

A chair that is dedicated to not sitting down and doing things, but only to putting/throwing one’s clothes on. =The origin of this word is still unclear except for the fact that it came More…

Chairigami

A company that creates furniture from folded cardboard. =Proper noun used as a company name. Alludes to the Japanese art of paper-folding (origami) but also includes an element of how More…

Chairobics

(noun) Aerobic exercise perfomed while seated in a chair =This term refers to a low impact type of aerobic exercise. Normally this is used for rehabilitation. Other people doing More…

chairset

A chair that has been used to hang up or store clothes on the chair back. A chair that is encumbered with clothes. =A blending of the term 'chair' with a clipping of the term More…

chalko

(Blending) An error that occurs while attempting to write a word using chalk, especially mistakes made by professors or others writing on the black board. =The word typo arose as word to More…

Chalmette Nikes

rubber work boots, shrimp boots. This term seems to be used mostly in jokes, because it is humorous. It uses a stereotype suggesting that people from Chalmette are hicks in order to create More…

chamberish

describing music that in which a headliner shares the spotlight with the rest of an ensemble similarly to chamber music performances =Piano Presented Modestly With a Chamberish Feel More…

Chanerism

A word used to describe something that a person named Chan would do. =Originating from the words "Chan" and "mannerism". This was used to describe something that a More…

changements

(affixation) Changes, adjustments. “Before we continue with rehearsal we need to make some important changements in the score." =This is a nonce word; it was heard spoken by a More…

charded

a blending of challenged and retarded meaning to be lacking intelligence or reasoning =That child is simply charded. Etymology : charded.Neologism.Blend slang of ch(allenged) + More…

charette

(noun) A period of intense design activity. Specifically architecture design – the last week of studio when archis work furiously to finish their projects. =“I'm not going home for More…

charrette

(metaphor) a period of intense work before an architectural design project deadline; for Rice architecture students, the week before classes end, the time when an Archi (architecture More…

chart-topper

One of the most popular songs at a particular time =Chart-topper refers to one of the most popular songs at a given time. Songs are ranked frequently in rankings called charts. The songs More…

Chaser

(Affixation) The liquid chosen to be consumed seconds after one takes a shot of hard alcohol in order to quickly combat the taste of the hard alcohol. Generally a soft drink or juice. More…

chaser

(semantic change) low alcohol content or alcohol-free drink used to follow a high-alcohol content drink to take away the aftertaste. Example: the use of beer after a shot of tequila =the More…


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