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kick

shoes, typically basketball sneakers This neologism’s formation is two part. One, there is the zero derivation of the verb kick to a noun, presumably meaning the things that kick, More…

kick

hanging out with someone without any purpose slang term with widening/semantic shift of kick. =We were just kickin’ it. Etymology : Widening/Semantic Shift or Zero Derivation of More…

kick-it

A hang out, a very informal party. =Kick-it is not a commonly used phrase everywhere, and it seems that if someone uses it as a verb people may be confused because the verb form of the More…

kickback

(synecdoche) A very relaxed and chill party. =I'm not in the mood to dance tonight. Let's go to a kickback instead. Etymology : Kickback is a compound of the words kick and More…

Kickin'

Something that is awesome, enjoyable, or great apparent meaning:Something that is awesome, enjoyable, or great =That party was kickin'; I had such a good time. Etymology : A clipping of More…

Kickin' (1)

(metaphor) The act that describes what is occurring in another individual’s life. =Often is used in conversation to inquire whether or not something interesting has happened in another More…

Kickin' it

(verb) To relax and/or hangout with others. =Used to describe an informal get together with a small number of people. Etymology : Many people are familiar with the phrase “just kick back More…

kicks

shoes This term is no longer indicative of a single group and thus is unlikely to have developed as a social shibboleth. This form, however, seems to have a good deal of covert prestige More…

kicks

it means "shoes" Puff Daddy as a rapper wants to make his words stand out. Therefore, he uses the word kicks to make it stand out to his fans. Everyone can tell from the context that he More…

Kicks

Athletic shoes especially basketball shoes Kicks has a more narrow definition than saying just shoes. Also, kicks can imply that the shoes are decently expensive and cherished by the More…

kicks

shoes, typically athletic/tennis/basketball shoes but references to broader shoedom have been encountered (broader usage often used for dress shoes). Note that the term refers only to a More…

Kicks

Shoes. Specially, nice brand new shoes. undefined =That is nice kicks.” =Footlocker

Kicks

shoes, especially sneakers, tennis shoes =It's time for me to buy some new kicks. =Conversation at the mall

Kicks

shoes =Your new kicks are so much whiter than your old ones. =Martel Sophomore James Barnes IV

kicks 1

(zero derivation) shoes; footwear =Related to the word kick, the action one does with his or her leg. People started using the word kicks to mean shoes because when one would kick, another More…

kickstarter

Fundraising done online in which the launched idea or project on the site is permanently archived and accessible to the public =“Over the past week, Brook Drumm, an internet entrepreneur More…

Kid

(Noun or Pronoun) 1. A reference to oneself. 2. A reference to another person (male). Both references are usually above the age normally considered as 'kid' or 'child'. More…

Kids

Very cool, appealing. Used only in exclamatory situations. ="Damn girl, you so kids!" Etymology : Metonymy. When we were in elementary/middle school as kids, we used to think More…

Kidult

An aspect of culture aimed at children yet also enjoyable to adults if they are willing to enjoy childish aspects of culture =It's a scenario that's rendered bleaker than it would be in More…

kieshed

(metaphor) exhausted. Physically tired, but more from the duration of an activity rather than the intensity. =“I am so kieshed right now, I surfed four times yesterday.” Etymology : This More…


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