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fa sho

(Clipping of the phrase 'for sure') A positive affirmation meaning 'for sure', 'yes', or 'definitely' =This term is used as a response to something, More…

fabject

An object produced or manufactured at home, on a desktop through computer controlled machinery. =Where once there were objects, now there are well, fabjects. Etymology : fabject. More…

Fabu

A Short form for “fabulous”, meaning “ great, awesome” =Tracy was told Hannah would bring her “boyfriend” to the party. She said “ fabu” Etymology : clipping of fabulous, meaning More…

Fabulash

a mascara designed to make the eyelashes 100% fuller Fabulash is a type of mascara made by Revlon designed to make the eyelashes fuller. The name is a blend of fabulous and eyelash. They More…

Fabulize

To change the manner of a song, style of dress, manner of speech, or some other mode of social communication to render the object as more 'ghettofabulous,' where here More…

Fabulosexual

When a person is just too fabulous to be called a homosexual, metrosexual, or other 'sexual' terms. Fantabulas is a good example for this kind of word formation. Doesn't involve any More…

fabuloso

This word means, as you can probably guess, fabulous or great. Fabuloso seemed to be made by creatively adding and clipping the word in order to make a new pronunciation that creates sound More…

faby

A food baby, which is a bloated abdominal region after a person indulged in large amounts of food. This word was most likely created because the speaker wanted to express how full her More…

face world problem

(narrowing) An extension of the word first world problem to describe nits or dilemmas that Facebook employees face due to excessive corporate amenities such as free breakfast, lunch, dinner, More…

face-palm

('face' + 'palm' = 'face-palm') face-palm, v. To hit your face (usually the forehead) with your palm. Usually done as a reaction to a stupid comment or action. More…

facebook

to use features of the website www.facebook.com The verb form allows the action to be done in active tense and greatly simplifies usage in speech. "Use facebook to look up his profile" can More…

Facebook

Online directory that connects people through social networks at schools. Facebook allows old friends to keep in touch while being far apart, or make new friends. It is a large network More…

facebook

the act of using Facebook The Facebook is an online directory where college students can post profiles of themselves and browse other people’s profiles. The verb More…

Facebook

To electronically request that a college student or alum be added to one’s list of friends on one’s Facebook account. Students constantly receive friendship invites from other More…

facebook

to surf the website thefacebook.com with no specific goal or purpose, only browsing Less cumbersome than saying “I was just browsing the site thefacebook.com”. Popular among More…

Facebook

Adding someone as a friend on The Facebook; browsing through The Facebook From the noun Facebook ‘an online directory of college students in which you post a profile and can ask More…

facebook

the act of adding someone to a list of friends on a common college based site This is a very recent word into the collegiate vocabulary. It is extremely wide spread for its current age of More…

facebook

An online website where college students can look up the profiles of other students and their friends at universities across the country =Are you on the facebook yet? =Wiess senior

Facebook

To add someone as a friend on The Facebook online social network for college and high school students. The proper noun, Facebook, has been zero-derived to form a verb that means to add More…

Facebook

to look someone up on the website www.facebook.com and ask them to be your “friend.” ="Facebook me!" Etymology : from modern english =my friend down the hall from me


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