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Isaiah-ing

(conversion) A word used to mean reading the book of Isaiah. =The interesting part to note is the added ‘ing’ to the end of the word. Often times the ‘ing’ ending is added to words to turn More…

Ish

Somewhat, not really. Used in conjuction with another adjective; something that is only somewhat characterized by that other adjective. Added effect when said after stating an opinion about More…

ish

shit =Often used as, "that is the ish," to replace the curse word "that is the shit" Etymology : unknown

Ish (1)

Descriptor for something that was almost but not quite what it is supposed to be. =Did you have a good time on your date? Ish, it definitely was not as ballin’ as possible. Etymology : More…

ish (1)

(conversion) describe something that is similar or approximate to something; kind of; sort of. =It is often used instead of “kind of” or “sort of”. It was probably taken from the suffix More…

Ish (2)

Somewhat, like, similar to but not identical to. Usually used when connoting something negative. =That bowl is ish dirty. Etymology : Zero-derived from the suffix "-ish," which More…

Ish.

okay, neither good nor bad; unimpressive =Originally a suffix (-ish) meaning similar to or having the characteristics of, it has become an independent morpheme and a word in its own right More…

Ish10

(adjective) “roughly” or “sort of.” =It is often added as a kind of modifier after the word it is modifying, yet as its own separate word (e.g. “I brought twenty bags. Ish.”). Ish has been More…

Islamofascism

Term to describe the practice of radical Islam, of which its acts are akin to fascism A political commentator on Fox News was expressing his strong opinion against the practice of extremist More…

isoenergetic

Having the same energy, being of the same energy level. =These atomic shells are isoenergetic. Etymology : isoenergetic. Greek 'iso' (equal) + 'energeia' (energy) + 'ic'(of or relation More…

Isok

Literally means “It’s ok.” =Used to clarify a seemingly dismal situation and expose the positives of the situation. Etymology : Blending of it’s and ok (New York and Boston slang from More…

isolatable

I don’t know why this word was used, but likely because it fit the form of so many other words that add –able to describe their ability. Likely, the word just fit the More…

Isolationist

A person who follows the doctrine or foreign policy that refrains political and economic relations with other countries. =: Isolationist is an example of a root plus an affix creating a More…

Issa

A shortened version of ‘it’s a’ =Usually followed by a positive word to hype up it up. Combination of the words ‘it’s’ and ‘a’ with a spelling change to make it flow. Frequently used in More…


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