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jabroni

slang word for one who displays characteristics of a fool. 'Jabroni' was coined as a catchy phrase by a professional wrestler to describe individuals in a derogatory fashion. Meant to More…

Jabroni

(borrowing from Italian) Someone who is a loser or not cool =Jim thinks he's good at soccer but he's just a jabroni. Etymology : Mispronunciation of the Italian More…

jack

to steal Originated from the word hijack. Probably formed as a quicker way to say hijack. The meaning is now broader than hijack because it means to steal in general, not just stealing a More…

jack

A prank. “Jack” is a slang term used at Rice University to describe a prank, usually acted within the University. The term “jack” is based on a clipping of the verb More…

jack

a prank or joke performed on an opposing person or group, usually in secret. This word is a clipping of the word hijack. However, the clipping has undergone a change in meaning through More…

jack

To pull a prank, a prank itself Originally a piece of criminal jargon, as in to jack someone’s car—meaning to steal or vandalize it—the term underwent a regional semantic More…

jack

the action of stealing something More colorful way to say “steal.” It doesn’t seem to relate to any of the other meanings of jack =I put twenty locks on my laptop so More…

jack

a prank played on a college, which marks the presence of another college. “jack” has an established meaning “A small flag flown at the bow of a ship, usually to indicate More…

jack

A prioritized lottery system used to allocate scarce resources, such as on-campus rooms or parking spaces. The lottery is conducted so that people of equal priority draw cards and the More…

Jack

Play a practical joke on a certain group of friends, or a community. =Jack is used when describing someone messing with someone else. This includes playing a practical joke on someone, or More…

jack (8)

(Conversion) A prank or practical joke, especially one performed by a college or multiple colleges at Rice University, usually on another college. =The word jack has many meanings that span More…

Jack off

to pass the time doing little or nothing =A metonymic shift from the act of masturbating to kill time to the act of passing the time in general. It is still not widely used with this More…

jack(5)

to steal or take control of =Jack is often used in place of steal. It can also be used similarly to hijack, where a computer may be jacked, as in the operating system may be taken over by More…

jack(ing)

(verb) A dance move usually done in the house or techno clubs that has the following steps: bend, lean back, stand up, lean back. Repeat. Harder than it looks and sounds. =Used to refer to More…

Jacked

Definition: (1) verb: stolen or taken, (2) adjective: describe a great muscular physique Jacked Origin: I’ve heard this term as early as September of 2001 within the halls of my high More…

jacked

To possess fantastic physical attributes, such as strength and figure. Typically used in the bodybuilding community to suggest someone who is quite endowed, in terms of muscularity and More…

Jacked (1)

Buff, muscular, swoll. =You're gonna be so jacked after doing P90x. Etymology : From the American English phrase jack up, meaning "hoist, raise", signifying the the More…

Jacked[6]

The act of having stolen something, especially a vehicle; Exceptionally strong and swoll. =He just jacked that car from that old man. That guy over there is so jacked; look at his arms. More…

jackie

A hooded zip-down sweatshirt suitable for cool fall weather. apparent meaning:lightweight hooded zip-up sweatshirt =Can I borrow a jackie to walk to the gym Etymology : New derivation More…

Jagerbomb

A cocktail that contains Jagermesister and Red Bull energy drink. It is a drink made from a glass of Red Bull, with a shot of Jagermeister dropped into it. The Jager part of the word is More…


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