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Dub

Refers to twenty dollars. This word was mostly like coined by my cousin as a way to refer to a twenty dollar bill without having to say twenty dollar bill. Now it is used for anything that More…

Dub

short for the letter w. short for the word weed or marijuana =I bought a dub sac for five dollars. Etymology : short speech / slang =conversation

Dubs

20 inch car rims Malcom used it in this sentence in a mocking fashion of a phrase that is widely used. Since the phrase rollin' on dubs has so many clipped words it is appropriate for dubs More…

dubs

twenty-inch rims for a car tire =The term ‘dubs’ is probably a shortening of ‘doubles,’ which originated from the concept that twenty is two tens or double tens. ‘Dubs’ is used in other More…

dubstep

(Blending) A recently popular form of electronic dance music that originated in London. =The earliest dubstep tracks were dub remixes of two-step garage songs. Other styles of music had More…

Dubstep (9)

A genre of music with tightly coiled and overwhelming bass lines. Very electronic. =Dubstep was first introduced very recently, mainly to the college party scene. As a combination of dub More…

Dubya

a nickname for President George W. Bush reason used: it separates him from George Bush Sr. =Did Dubya or his father say this? Etymology : phonetic spelling of W. =Internet site of More…

Dubz

20 inch (or bigger) rims on an automobile. undefined =“that car got nice dubz.” =my friend

duck

(metonymy) an intentionally included error or unneeded feature put in solely for the purpose of giving the editor/supervisor/manager something to remove so that he/she feels like they are More…

Duck Face

a face made by pursing ones lips together and poking them out as if to make them look like a duck bill =The duck face is a social media phenomenon commonly used by females (and sometimes More…

dude

(Noun to verb derivation) To use the word "dude", especially indiscriminately or as a form of address. ="Don't you dude me, young lady." Etymology : Noun to verb More…

dude-bro

an individual that is a member of a fraternity =The speaker used this word to capture the stereotypical behavior of fraternity members and his opinion of them within a single term. This More…

Dude-Man-Bro

A close friend. Primarily used in a prolonged greeting between two persons with each person calling the other some combination of the words "Dude", "Man", More…

dudette

A female; counterpart of dude. Needed a female equivalent of the word 'dude' =Let's go dudes and dudettes! Etymology : derivation of dude and -ette =conversation with friend

Dudevorce

(Noun) Dudevorce is a blending and a noun. Dudevorce refers to when two male friends decide to officially end their friendship due to a or multiple confrontations. The word dude is in there More…

dudo

a dude =Typical addition of the suffix -o to emphasize colloquialism, such as "kiddo" or "weirdo." Though this is seen as early as the 1800's with More…

Dufer

To be acceptable. This is a funny one. I actually heard my mom say it when she was telling a story about one of her friends. She said her friend said, “I am dating this guy and he More…

dufus

A clumsy or a foolish person; synonym for dork. A different way to say "dork" =You are a dufus! Etymology : blend/clipping of d(ork) + (R)ufus =conversation with friend

dugly

Exceptionally ugly like a dog =It clips -og from "dog" and attaches the leftovers to "ugly." It's a shorter way of saying "dog ugly" in the sense that More…

dukey

the waste excreted out of the anus; feces =Used in young pop culture, for example, "I need to drop some dukey." Etymology : unknown


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