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gianormous (alternatively ginormous)

Giant, enormous. The commercial was referring to a type of hamburger and how large it was. As previously mentioned, advertisers like to use catchy things to draw viewers’ attention. More…

Gib

To destroy a person with such utterly excessive force that pieces of his body splatter all over a room (luckily, this word has found no application in the real world…). More…

gibroni

a dumbass or moron; ="that kid is a complete gibroni" =I believe this is a direct translation from italian.

GIF

([Graphics Interchange Format]) GIFs are image files that are compressed to reduce transfer time. They can also use multiple images for animated effects (animated GIFs), but have no sound. More…

gif

acronym for Graphics Interchange Format. used to refer to compressed storing of a picture that have a function of being made into a small moving picture. now it is usually used to refer More…

Gif (10)

(of Graphics Interchange Format) Picture that has words written across it. =Shorter than using Graphics Interchange Format. Used by people who use social media online. Narrowing from More…

GIFification

the turning of events into GIF images =The GIFification of the Rob Ford saga has been absolutely hilarious. Etymology : GIFs have become an extremely popular to share short video clips More…

gig'em

To go and get [someone] An encouraging cheer for Texas A&M 'aggies', or athletes. 'Gig' is used as a shorter form of the phrase 'go get' and 'em' probably refers to 'them', the opponents. More…

gigabucks

A lot of money. A billion dollars The prefix giga- meaning one billion is added to the word bucks meaning dollars to make a single word that means ‘one billion dollars’. The More…

gigantamous

very large and well-known Since this word appeared in the Backpage of the Rice Thresher, it was probably mainly used to create humor and levity. “Gigantamous” also allows the More…

Gigantamous

This is another term to describe something that is rather large or enormous. It is synonymous with gigantic and enormous. Both blended words mean approximately the same thing, so it is not More…

Gigundus

(Adjective) Extremely large in size =This word is used to exaggerate the size of something in general, especially for comedic purposes. It is possible that the word itself contributes to More…

gimme

(clipping-blending) in proper speech, "give me"...a sort of demand to receive something Etymology : formed from the words "give" and "me" =conversation: More…

Gimme

(relaxed pronunciation, in a form that has been popularized into a new word; for "give me") Short for "give me". =The author seemed to in some hurry when the word was More…

gimongous

extremely large sounds larger than either word (giant or humongous) by itself =gimongous mosquitos (used to describe the size of Houston mosquitos) Etymology : blending/clipping of More…

Gimongous

The characteristic of being extremely large. Probably derived from the blending of the two words- gigantic and humongous to emphasize an objects disproportionately hefty size. It is More…

gimongous (1)

a word used to describe something that is particularly huge, especially when either gigantic or humongous is insufficient ="That's a gimongous bowl of cereal", in reference More…

gimp 2

To best an opponent cheaply or easily, as by taking advantage of a weakness. =Used most commonly when playing video games, often with the implication that the subject is winning by More…

gimpxor

a plastic “player” on the 7th floor Sid foosball table whose screw broke, and so would spin limply around the rod whenever it was spun This compound exists because one night More…

ginge

a person with red and/or orange hair =clipped version of 'ginger'. The term ginger is a metaphor for the color of hair that a person might have, because ginger is a pinkish, More…


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