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JU-Ice

(Analogy) Alcoholic drinks =I heard they got that JU-Ice. Etymology : This word is pronounced by saying the first two letters of juice, j and u, individually then saying ice. This word was More…

Jubblies

Breasts. =Good lord, did you see the Jubblies on her! Etymology : [Jugs ‘slang for breasts’ + Bubbles ‘a thin globular vesicle of water or other liquid’] =TV: More…

jubbling

A kind of juggling that is very good, and typically lasts longer Possible reason used: He wanted to sound funny, and to indicate that people should come to the meeting because they will see More…

judas

(widening) traitor; someone who sells out his friend for his own personal benefits; selfish, shady =This term is an eponym derived from the biblical betrayer of Christ, Judas Etymology : More…

Jude Law

to cheat (on a romantic partner) This is a word that was made from a person's name, like Boycott. When this episode aired, actor Jude Law's affair with the nanny during his engagement to More…

jugs (1)

a pair of female breasts =She has nice jugs. Used in pop culture Etymology : unknown

Juice

(Broadening) A slang word for steroid =That guy has huge muscles, he is probably on the juice. Etymology : Juice has been used to describe drinks, and then alcoholic drinks. It was then More…

juice (2)

(Semantic change and an example of polysemy.) Amount of power or battery in an electronic device like a smartphone or computer. Refers specifically to battery power remaining. Seemingly More…

juiced

when someone gets the best of you =Used mostly in a joking manner about a situation that is humiliating Etymology : 'juice' (from Old French jus, from L. jus "broth, More…

juicy

extremely favorable, tasty, pleasing I started using this word in high school to mean a wide variety of things. It can mean yummy (food) or any other positive characteristic. Ex: I bought More…

JUICY

In soccer, a very well kicked ball that made an excellent pass or goal. The word ‘juicy’ implies well-riped fruit or delicious steak. My coach used this word in soccer class More…

Juicy

The quality of having a large muscular mass =I am going to get juicy at the gym today Etymology : From the word juice, as the word for steroid, or describing the muscles as being more More…

Jukebox Musical

A musical featuring pop songs from the 1960’s and 70’s, or one that is about a popular artist of that period. A jukebox musical is a new type of musical featuring music that was More…

Jump off

(metonymy) A casual sexual partner that will more than likely never be considered for anything else, like a serious relationship, other than sex. =“ ‘4 every racist comment I get about More…

Jungle Fever

(Novel Creation) Having high affinities for African American girls =This was first used by my friend at University of Houston. Like Yellow Fever, a word describing the love for Asian More…

jungle juice

(slang) a punch served at college parties that is packed with alcohol like Everclear or vodka, some kind of fruit juice or punch, and chunks of fruit; can be very strong. =There’s going to More…

Junior

The spoiled offspring of very successful and wealthy parents who do nothing other than spend money on trivial things The term junior comes directly from the original word junior and its More…

Junk

A type of music that takes its influences from many other genres of music, namely jazz, rock, and funk. In addition to the blending of jazz, rock, and funk, this word is also a play on the More…

junk

food that is not considered nutritionally sound =“Stop eating that junk or else you’re going to get fat” Etymology : clipping of the word junk food (1971), originating from the word More…

Junk(1)

Most commonly used in today's culture to describe one's private parts. =Frequently used in pop/rap music and has been adopted by the college culture and fraternity life. More…


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