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knaack

Being weird or different; a statement of surprise My friend wanted a new way to say ‘weird’ that was completely different and weird in itself. It’s slang for weird, but More…

Knackered

Tired, worn out, exhausted =“This conditioning was really tough. I’m knackered. I am gonna crash when I get to my room.” Etymology : Brit. Slang =My teammate

Knitting

euphemism for any prolonged activity that occurs in the bathroom. This word refers to any bathroom activity that takes a long time and is drawn from the time-intensive nature of knitting More…

knob

term used to describe an annoying person. reanalyzation of a known word with no apparent link to the original meaning Derogatory name for someone, usually implies some annoying aspect of More…

Knobgoblin

One who enjoys giving fellatio Insults tend to become made up on a whim, which is what likely happened with this word. There are two ways to think of how this word got formed with its More…

Knowitall

(blending-slang) One who behaves in such a way as to present themselves as having knowledge, more specifically the correct knowledge, about all things. Etymology : blending of the words More…

knuck

To fight or confront. Apparently in this context, this phrase means a challenge. Knuck is short for knuckle up or rather, get ready to fight. It is a form of metonymy, referring to the More…

Knuckle

To go to the 4N knuckle (a balcony area of Jones College) for the purpose of smoking =This is a word coined by the Jones freshmen this year. The knuckles of Jones College are the outdoor More…


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