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ghetto

Of poor quality, similar to something found in the ghetto. The word ghetto is a broad term to describe anything that is low quality, ugly, or poorly made. This usage was derived by extending More…

ghettoer

More like things found in the ghetto. Ghetto is a commonly-used slang adjective which describes things that one would be able to find in a ghetto. This includes, for example, junky cars or More…

ghettofy

To cause to become more ghetto (having the characteristics of a particular social or ethnic group). needed a verb form of 'to make someone become more ghetto' =I’m gonna have to More…

GHETTOLICIOUS

Messed up, not functioning as expected. Back-formation Here, the most likely explaination is that delicious was reinterpreted to be de|licious, with the -licious suffix taking on a meaning More…

Ghettorig

To fix or create something using non-standard means. Solving a problem using whatever materials one has on hand. Apparent Meaning: To fix something in an out-of-the-ordinary manner. Not a More…

ghost

The action of theft or robbery. Usually applied when individual is unaware of crime, as if suggesting the object made like a ghost and disappeared. =Someone ghosted my calculator. More…

Ghost

To suddenly disappear or not show up =“Still waiting on Craig, he’s being ghost a lot lately” and “I was all ghost yesterday because Nick was around” Etymology : From the noun “ghost” More…

Ghost(1)

(Conversion) 1. Ignoring someone in conversation. 2. Leaving without saying goodbye or acknowledging your departure. =The verb form of “ghost” is a conversation from the noun form. It is More…

ghosting9

(metaphor and derivation; verb) following someone for as long as possible without them noticing =This term arose from a game created by a show in Australia adopted to the US. Contestants More…

Ghostologist

who studies the existence of ghosts =Ghostologists refer to people who show up on television and claim that they know everything there is to know about ghosts. This word was used by More…

Ghostride

getting out of your car while its in motion and usually dancing beside or on it. =Originated in the bay area, specifically in oakland (the town) as a result of sideshows and similar More…

ghostride

(metonymy) To dance outside of a car as it is in motion. =“I’m going to ghostride my Volvo tonight.” Etymology : Metonymy from the impression that it is a ghost driving the vehicle. More…

ghostvator

An elevator that will open on a floor, and reveal that nobody is inside. =Nonce word. Blend of “ghost” and “elevator," as it is implied that a ghost is riding the elevator. More…


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