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head

To depart, to leave in search of a particular destination. apparent meaning:to head to, go go =My lab is at five, so I'd better head. =Phoebe Light

Head

(verb) a colloquial term used to describe oral sex. =instead of using the terminology 'blowjob'(fellatio) or 'eating out' (cunnilingus), the children of my generation More…

head shot

(noun phrase) to insult or "call out" someone openly =This term is a metaphorical extension from the physical gun shot to the head, fatally wounding the recipient. The extension More…

Head-desk

(Compound) To bang one's face on the desk directly in front of them, esp. in frustration; to slump onto the desk in frustration; to be incredibly frustrated. The term More…

Headcanon

(Compounding) A belief held by a fan or fans of a fictional media that has not been mentioned in the story (it is not canon or official) that they hold true regardless. =If the creators More…

Headdesk

To feel extreme shame and/or frustration. Headdesking refers to the action of hitting one’s head on the top of a desk when one is exasperated or ashamed. According to a Google search More…

headlights

Breasts. Breasts. This is a metaphorical extension of the word ‘headlights.’ Most automobiles have two headlights, headlights are always on the front of cars, headlights on More…

Headphoned

to have on or put on headphones This is a word used when two or more people are in same place and one wants quiet or no distractions. It was created for no apparent reason other than More…

health-shaming

Shaming someone because of their interest in/commitment to new-agey or “pretentious” health fads (juice cleansing, for example). “She became the victim of a precious new shade of bullying More…

healthwise

speaking from the point of view of one’s health. =Analogy to otherwise, speaking from the point of view of other aspects. The word otherwise can be parsed as other-wise, meaning in the More…

Healthy

Fat, overweight As the article mentioned, the word healthy is being used in place of fat due to the current view of political correctness our society has. The word’s context was More…

heapify

To turn something into a heap =You start with an array, then you heapify it. Etymology : Concatenation of noun “heap” (from Middle English heep, from Old English heap More…

heart

To admire; often a casual expression of love. ("I heart Sherry; we’re best friends.") Apparent Meaning: To love; adore. The noun root HEART has taken on a verb form. The girl who used More…

heart

To like or adore. Although to heart someone means to like or adore them, the verb heart doesn’t carry the same serious meaning as does the verb love. For example, heart can be used More…

heart

Showing appreciation, gratitude, or (usually platonic) love This verb tends to only be used in the present active tense, and 98% of the time in first person singular. Origin: Internet (and More…

heart

To have a deep, tender, ineffable feeling of affection and solicitude toward a person Wanted to use the word heart (repository of one's deepest and sincerest feelings and beliefs) as a More…

hearted

(affixation) The action of pressing of a “Heart” icon found in an application. This action represents agreement or liking the particular statement. =“I just hearted ur heart” Etymology : More…

heat

a firearm apparent meaning:gun =If you walk down Cullen Boulevard after dark, you best be packing heat. =Jones College Freshman

Heat

(adjective) delicious, awesome, or incredible =This word can be used to describe anything sensational. heard a lot among young American youth boys. Etymology : From the word fire More…

Heat up

(verb) Using heat pads or the hot bath to heat up muscles before stretching in order to prevent cramping. =Heat up before practice Etymology : basically just a shorter word for heating up More…


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