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enby

Word that functions as a short casual word for nonbinary people similar to "girl" and "boy". Used primarily on social media. =I'm not a girl, I'm an enby. More…

enculturement

a state of being completely cultured i.e. eating sushi is a key step on the road to enculturement The friend whose birthday we were celebrating lacked experiences which, in our opinion, More…

End-of-lifed

To retire a product, setting the end of the lifecycle of the product in question. =I fear now that my work is too late to save the end-of-lifed Xserve. I can see it now, kids will want to More…

End-of-the-semesteritis

Characterized by a lack of motivation to work hard near the end of the semester, because one is exhausted from all of that semester’s work. This word has become quite conventional More…

endocrine (1)

1. (of part of the body) to produce a liquid substance internally into the blood or lymph. 2. of or relating to an endocrine gland or its secretion. Etymology : [Gk. endo More…

endogenize

To make endogenous. To insert a variable into a function in an economic model. This makes the variable endogenous to the system, which means its relation to the other variables in the More…

Endoplasmic

Pertaining to the central portion of the cytoplasm =The endoplasmic fluid contains many distinct organelles. Etymology : endoplasmic. from Gr. Endo- ‘inside’ + plas(ma) More…

Engayed

("engaged," + "gay") Used to denote two males becoming engaged; could also indicate two guys who are very close to each other, not sexually. ="Don't hug me, More…

engineeringese

the language of engineers - formed by adding '-ese' perceived language modifier (as in Chinese, Vietnamese, Japanese, etc) to engineering. Especially used when describing More…

engineerize

to make a person more like an engineer student (of Hong Kong universities), which has stereotypes of being lazy and mischievous. Derivation of verb from a noun "engineer" by adding the More…

Enginerd

Someone who uses his training in engineering to solve daily problems. When one hears engineer, one imagines someone wearing glasses and a pocket protector. However, not all engineers are More…

Englicize

to translate into english This is a word created purely out of convenience. People needed to say "translate to english" in just one word so they just made one. Although most cannot find More…

English

To speak English =Part of a broader zero-derivation phenomenon of converting any noun to a verb via zero-derivation, the typical form has the zero-derivation change the meaning to “to More…

Englishification

When one is speaking a language other than English, this is the modification of an English word to cause it to sound like a word in the language one is speaking or trying to speak. Often More…

Englishification

When one is speaking a language other than English, this is the modification of an English word to cause it to sound like a word in the language the person is speaking or trying to speak. More…

Englishish

describes something that is like English Coming from a family that speaks Spanish at home, we sometimes tend to say a word in Spanish with an English accent (or pronounce it like a More…

Englishy

Associated with the study of English or the humanities in general; majoring in English or the humanities; associated with mastery of the English language; literary. ('If I were more More…

engrish

Badly formed or ungrammatical English words or phrases, esp. written by Japanese ('The Engrish words on his t-shirt are totally inconceivable'). Also considered a humorous misuse of More…

engrish

Mangled English words and phrases pronounced or written using Japanese pronunciation and grammar. “Engrish” refers English words pronounced using Japanese phonetics or English More…

enlargen

To make larger, whether by physical means or to broaden by means of experience, practicality, etc. reason used: poetic license, conveys desired expression while fitting in appropriately to More…


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