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Hangry

When someone is so hungry that they become angry and incredibly irritable. This is a blend of hungry and angry. =“He’s just being mean because he’s hangry.” Etymology : Hungry is from Old More…

Joan

(verb) To make fun of a person or group of people in a joking manner. ="Joan" is used (mostly by African-Americans) to insult and make fun of someone in a joking manner. To JOAN More…

Joaning

(may also be a transitive verb when used as 'joaning on.') To joke, usually about someone. May imply making fun of or nagging an individual, usually playful but with a slightly More…

Jobicle

When something takes on a job like quality; something that consumes up a lot of time. Apparent Meaning: I think this is a nice way to say that he is messing around with this girl all the More…

jock

to have a (large) crush on someone My friend wanted to tell another friend that a guy really liked her. Jocked means more than just a simple crush though; it calls to mind the More…

Joe

cigarette. saying cigarette isn’t hip, so he made up a new slang for it =I’m going outside to smoke a joe. Etymology : slang =a visiting friend

Joe Kimmin' it

To maintain an apartment off campus but to be on campus (more or less living at your college) all the time. Presumed reason for coinage To make fun of the lad. Notes Unique to Rice's Jones More…

Joe the plumber

(eponymy) nickname for Samuel Joseph Wurzelbacher, who is an American plumber; middle-class American; ordinary hard-working individual =This phrase became very common during the 2008 More…

Joe the Plumber

A fictitious person that is used to represent the average American population; a generalized person who represents most of the lower to middle class in America; an ordinary, run-of-the mill More…

john

1. An excuse for not winning, esp. at a video game, ESP. at Super Smash Brothers Melee A member of an online forum about the Gamecube game Super Smash Brothers Melee was trying to excuse More…

John

Irritating, annoying, unpleasing apparent meaning:Irritating, annoying, or frustrating in nature. A common word 'john' is used to describe something that the speaker does not like. Perhaps More…

joined at the hip

refers to people who are always together. ="Mike and Nick are joined at the hip. They are always together. If you see one, there is always another." Etymology : a word hip, More…

Joker

(metaphor) Term used for a position in football on the punt return team. The joker lines up approximately five yards or more beyond the line of scrimmage between the returner and the down More…

Jokes

Funny. Jokes has changed semantically from the plural form of joke, ‘funny things’ to simply the adjective ‘funny’ by zero-derivation. Jokes is a British slang term More…

Jone

1) Smoke marijuana 2) Crave something 3) Pick on, mock 4) Mess around, joke This was the first time I had heard this word, but UrbanDictionary.com produced a variety of meanings for More…

jones

to have an addiction Nip/tuck is marked by two things: 1) explicit content, 2) clever euphemisms for explicit content. The writers clearly sated their need for 2) by using the slang jones, More…

JONES

Slang. An intense desire. =Geez, you really got the jones for her. =Conversation

Jones

Describes a state in which one experiences strong desire or attraction, often of a sexual nature. v. To desire or want for oneself. apparent meaning:Can be used as a verb (Jonesing) or a More…

Jonesin'

craving something. Originated in Spring 2003. Craving something, such as a cigarette. =I'm Jonesin' to play some football. Etymology : Derivation of Jones + in' (-ing) =conversation More…

jonesing

The state of extreme want, the state of craving Even though the person was not using jones in reference to drugs he wanted to express his extreme craving for the burger, so he figured More…


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