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di’shit

The act or process of exploring another’s body in a sexual manner apparent meaning: ‘hooking up’, various sexual acts formation type: truncated compound, did + shit reason More…

diabetes cream

a particular substance described as a thick liquid and spreadable, and has an extremely sweet taste due to high amounts of sugar =This term is formed by a compound of the words More…

Diadem

to place a diadem or jewel upon =He diademed the crown. Etymology : zero derivation of 'diadem' =Friend

DIAF

An interjection used to express extreme dislike or hate. DIAF is an acronym from the phrase “Die in a fire.” It mostly, if not completely used on in internet conversations, in More…

diaper

(semantic change via metaphor) A pad a woman wears while she is menstruating. Speakers originally used “diaper” to refer to the type of underwear that allows individuals, specifically More…

Diaper Dandies

Term categorizing young professional athletes who are exceptionally talented. (“Carolina has turned out quite a few diaper dandies this year”) This is a clever way to young More…

DIAPER-DANDY

An exceptional college basketball player who is an underclassman. Dick Vitale invented this word several years ago, and annually announces his class of diaper-dandies =Dick Vitale declared More…

Dic

(and Zero-derivation) To look up the definition of a word in a dictionary. ="I don't know what this word means. Let's dic it." Etymology : Zero-derivation of the noun More…

dick-flick

(rhyming) movies that favor a male audience, opposite of chick-flick ="Fight Club is a classic dick-flick." Etymology : using compounding to make a parallel opposite to More…

Dicking

To fool around, to be lazy and unproductive =This was phrase was first used by my roommate. Dick was originally a noun, describing either a male genital or a foul person. However, my More…

Dickmatize

the act of becoming codependent, attached, or entranced to someone due to the high quality of sexual prowess. =Possible origin of coinage could stem from a need for a colorful, expressive, More…

Diddly

General term for a physical object. Apparent meaning: any physical object. Type of word formation: Metonymy from the verb diddle, meaning to cheat or swindle. Possible reason More…

Diet-sodaphobia

The fear of drinking diet sodas. Regis believes drinking diet sodas can cause cancer or have other malicious effects on the body, thus he fears drinking it. Rather than simply saying that More…

DIETISH

Restricted in flavor, taste, and abundance; not delicious or palatable. Possible reason used: Again, the word was used for brevity. Everyone hears of this diet and that diet- low carb and More…

Diff-E

The university course entitled ‘Ordinary Differential Equations and Linear Algebra’ The speaker used the shortened title to make the conversation more efficient. This is a More…

Diff-E (1)

to do homework for a differential equations course =The term ‘diff-e’ was originally used as a noun to refer to a differential equations course. However, through conversion, the term More…

diffe

Differential Equations. Differential Equations is the hardest and perhaps most widely taken math class at Rice University. It is a requirement for most if not all science and engineering More…

DiffE

(clipping and blending) A blended and clipped version of the noun differential equations, one of the most difficult math courses at Rice University. It is a fairly large lecture course, More…

DiffEscrew

An informal nickname for a course on differential equations, implying that the course is hard to understand or unenjoyable. =“Differential equations” is often shortened when talking about More…

diffy

the Differential Equations class and subject material =The speaker used this word as a much shorter and easier alternative to refer to the class entitled Differential Equations at Rice More…


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