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Cube

cubicle Interpretation of intended meaning: Cubicle. Presumed reason for coinage: Ease of speech. =Wait, I've got that memo back in my cube. =office slang

cube farm

a workplace that has many cubicles in which each employee works in Being someone who lives on a ranch, this word brings a vivid picture to mind. For people who raise cattle or goats, they More…

Cube farm

A collection of cubicles in an office This term is a cute word for an office of cubicles. It suggests that offices cultivate cubicles, much as farms raise animals. Therefore, farm is a More…

Cuck

A term used by members of the Alt-Right to describe those who are not conservative enough to fit in their movement. Holding “left wing” political beliefs, being married or in a relationship More…

cuddleship

A relationship that is centered around physically embracing, snuggling, and hugging. Differs from a regular relationship in its lack of sexual activity and instead replaces this with a More…

Cuddleslut

(Compounding) One who overly enjoys cuddling, primarily with those of the opposite sex, but not for money. While slut generally carries a negative connotation, cuddleslut is often used More…

Cuffing

(metaphor) To get into a relationship with someone =“Cuffing season is coming up” Etymology : Cuff + ing (verb forming affix) The two people in the relationship are now “cuffed” to one More…

cuffing season1

(Compounding) The fall and winter months during which people who would, in the spring and summer, be inclined to not be “tied down” by a relationship, instead start pairing up because of a More…

Cuh

(of cousin (n.); spelling change to better portray sound of clipping) friend. Usually used when one male refers to another male, especially in the streets. This is similar to men calling More…

Cult of Mac

(Compounding) Referring to someone who is obsessed with apple products. =This is usually a description of someone who has all the latest apple products and is first in line to buy them at More…

culture

To corrupt or debauch To be cultured means to be knowledgable about many things, usually things like art and literature. In this case to culture means to introduce to the more sinful areas More…

culturize

To introduce a person to new things; to give them culture. The speaker couldn’t think of a proper verb to use, so they changed the noun “culture” to the verb More…

cum sum

cumulative sum of a vector of quantities ="The cum sum can be calculated with this command." Etymology : clipped from statistics term “cumulative sum” =STAT 410 Fall 2013 More…

Cumberbitch

A self-acknowleged and huge fan of the British actor Benedict Cumberbatch =Cumberbitch Problem #113 The way he looks in high-tops. Etymology : This is a unorthodox blend of Cumberbatch More…

Cumulus

Layer of cells that surrounds the egg during development. =‘The cumulus bears the developing ovum in a Graafian cell.’ Etymology : Lat. cumulus ‘heap’

cuool

Marked by being both cute and cool. Intended Meaning: cute and cool Analysis: beginning sound of cute + ending sound of cool Possible reason used: Friend had a slip of tongue and started by More…

Cupcake

Giggly and flirty when referring to a girl. ="She met this really good-looking guy and immediately went all cupcake on me." Etymology : Zero-derived from the noun More…

cupcake

To flirt in public, to engage in PDA. =Cupcake, the verb, is usually used when couples flirt. It seems to be used most often in reference to couples who are overly public with their More…

Cupcaking

Describes hanging out with a girl or girlfriend; used when someone is hanging out with a girl or girlfriend instead of hanging out with his friends. =Cupcaking only applies when you are More…

Cupcaking(1)

(verb) Skipping out on practice, bro-time, or other manly activity to spend time with one’s girlfriend. This word tends to have a negative connotation, likely due to the connotation of More…


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