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E-MAIL

An application of personal computers through which messages are automatically (electrically) sent through networks of computers to Electronic mailboxes =I need to check my e-mail More…

eMack

To simulate a kiss to someone or something over the use of the internet. Generally done over a webcam with a significant other. =This is used when talking about kissing a person over the More…

emania

Electronic disorganization of behavior; mania occurring on the internet. =All of the attention the web site was considered emania by some who didn’t understand the immense More…

Embiggen

(Affixation) To make larger, especially of a photo or other computerized image. The verb '(to) embiggen' was formed by a couple of affixations onto the adjective 'big', More…

Embiggens

the act of improving or making something bigger. comedic emphasis =A noble spirit embiggens the smallest man Etymology : blending and clipping of: imbibe + big =Jebediah Springfield More…

embiggone

1. To make something bigger and/or stronger This episode of “The Simpsons” included a linguistic reference to how some regions might use words that are completely unique to even More…

Emo

A genre of music characterized by emotive lyrics. Emo is a clipping of emotive or emotional. It is a term used to refer to a type of music characterized by emotive lyrics and/or More…

emo

A style of music characterized by emotion filled lyrics and energetic music. It can also be used to describe the subculture surrounding the music style. Emo is becoming the accepted term More…

Emo

Teenage angst. Although emo is clipped from emotional, its meaning is narrowed to describe specifically angst and turmoil. It originated from the emo music genre of the mid-eighties, so More…

emo

describes rock music that expresses emotions other than anger, usually sadness or depression Emo music is similar to punk rock, but usually exhibits less anger and more sadness. More…

Emo

Emotionally unstable; whiny and annoying The word “emo” is now a music genre to describe the type of music that is melancholy and longing. Yet, the term has broken its More…

Emo-kid

A person that has spurts of teenage angst to which he/she reacts in a childish manner =Was coined to describe a particular type of 'emo' "What's wrong? Why is she More…

Emoji

(derivation) The smiley faces used on an iPhone through an app that can be downloaded. =This term is used when referring to the smiley faces iPhone users use. Emoji is a term that comes More…

Emojis

(Loanword from Japanese from Wikipedia) Pictorial representations usually used to represent mood or tone through text messages. =This word is borrowed from Japanese. Possibly used because More…

emola

term used by hard rock fans eluding to a disease with symptoms, such as listening to softer music. Common blending because of the similarity of the word forms ebola and emo. =Do those More…

emoticon

A short combination of punctuation marks, letters, and numbers that make up a small icon used in internet speak. If the internet as a general community strives for anything, it strives to More…

EMOTICON

A symbol, usually found in e-mail messages, made up of punctuation marks that resembles a human expression. =I received a strange symbol at the end of an e-mail and was informed that it More…

emoticon

Computer icon of a face with an obvious emotion. While the smiley face icon came first, it was followed soon thereafter by a host of different kind of faces with different emotions. More…

emp

(electromagentic pulse) a radiation pulse that disables or wipes electronics =An emp will wipeout all electronics. Etymology : from EMP meaning electromagnetic pulse - electr More…

EMS

(conversion; initialism) summon emergency health services due to a person’s poor physical state =‘EMS’ was originally used in the noun form as an initialism for the Emergency Medical More…


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