Navigation


Ke$ha-Skanky

(eponym) describes someone who dresses and appears “slutty” and drunk. =Ke$ha is a contemporary R&B artist who appears to be in a party-attire in every single one of her music videos. In More…

Keaton-esque

(Affixation) Similar in appearance, action or style to a work or actio of Buster Keaton. In the case of the citation, the term 'Keaton-esque', formed by affixation, was used to More…

keel

Slang for "to die." Presumed reason for coinage Shortened version of "to keel over." Notes "To keel over" is an irreverent, joking way to describe dying – it has the potential to be More…

Keen Bean

An eager or interested person. This term is very similar to the American term ‘eager beaver.’ The choice of ‘bean’ was most likely dictated by the fact that it More…

keeping it one hundred

to tell the honest truth; being frank to yourself and your peers; being who are you are no matter what =Replacement for 'keeping it real' Etymology : Derivation of More…

kegerator

Device used to keep large drink containers (“kegs”) cold. Speaker wanted to use a colorful word to describe an object he needed. This term also is well-known among the drinking More…

Kegerator

A system that cools a keg, while being able to dispense beverages from it. The kegerator is in itself, its own system that generally has a tap with a handle, and keeps the keg itself More…

Kegerator (2)

A system that cools a keg, while being able to dispense beverages from it. The kegerator is in itself, its own system that generally has a tap with a handle, and keeps the keg itself More…

Kegoff

Contest in which participants compete in teams to see which can finish a keg of beer in the least amount of time apparent meaning:contest in which teams compete to see which can finish a More…

Kegorator

A beer tap that keep the beer refrigerated at a delicious 35 degrees While I have heard this one many times at my time at Rice, the most recent one was when I went to the Sid Richardson More…

kegstand

Drinking from the tap of a keg while being held upside down. [Compound keg + stand.] This word is the reaction to a drinking activity that previously had no word to describe it. One could More…

Kegstand

The activity of being held upside down on top of a beer keg, and drinking from the tap through a tube. Blends the activities of drinking from a beer keg and standing upside down. Due to the More…

Kerbal

(Novel Creation) When used as an adjective, kerbal describes the problem solving method which involves little to no tact and involves haphazardly adding or removing components until the More…

kerjillion

A very large number. I suspect the use of kerji is because it rhymes with and sounds similar to the word jillion and gadzillion, which are both words with the same meaning. It might be More…

kerry

The act of suspending all car for the future or survival in attempts to harass someone who has mildly spited you. Commonly triggered by frustration. ="to kerry" or "to pull More…

Keth

(loanword from Bengali) Describes something that is gaudy, showy, and/or tacky.People of Bengali descent who are fluent in both of these languages often translate Keth from Bengali to More…

Kevork

To put an end to life It was used as a metaphorical way of saying to kill. =Chill out, I don’t want you to Kevork me. Etymology : Kevork. Clipping of 'Dr. Kevorkian' =A friend

Kevork

To kill someone, especially for a medical professional to kill a patient. Apparent meaning: To kill someone, especially used to refer to the death of a patient due to a medical More…

kewl

used to express please about something, cool, awesome =Derivation of the word 'cool'. Simply created by teenagers who wanted to make the word a little different, a little more More…

key

To unlock the elevators at Sid Richardson College. Sid Richardson College at Rice University has two main elevators that are locked. Whenever a student forgets his or her personal key, he More…


Navigation

Pages: 1 2 Next >>


# & ( - 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 @
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z [ a ab c e f g u v