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Lo-Lo

a new name to replace the popular name of a “polo” shirt =This term is used in conversation with friends referring to a specific type of clothing; more so Ralph Laure Polo’s or just a More…

Lobstrosity

(blending) A vaguely lobster-like monster approximately the size of a man with many legs, a sharp poisonous beak, and very large lobster-like claws. This word was coined by Stephen King in More…

LOC

Slang. gangster, as in a member of street gang. =Don't mess with Steve, he's a loc. Etymology : derived from the Spanish word loco meaning "crazy." =Conversation explaining gang More…

loc

One who is a local of a place, and either lives in that place or is from there. =“I’m just a Texas loc.” Etymology : clipping of ‘local’ =Comment on Instagram, 11-17-16

Locavore

This refers to a person who only eats food that is grown or produced locally, usually for some kinds of ecological reasons. =The word is a blend/compound of the word "local" and More…

Locavore (1)

([local + -vore suffix]) A person who eats foods grown locally whenever possible. The food may be grown in home gardens, community gardens or grown by local commercial groups interested in More…

Locker

(Word formation type: Derivation) The action of going to one's locker. =The neologism was developed from the noun 'locker' and the phrase "going to my locker". More…

LOCS

Slang. dark sunglasses. =¿Donde está mis locs? [Where are my sun glasses?] =Conversation explaining gang terminology

logisticalize

to rationalize =That's a nice way to logisticalize your way out of it. Etymology : logistic + al + ize. =N-Y L.

loko

(derivation) being inebriated after drinking a Four Loko =After the frat party, those boys were so loko they couldn't even walk. not to be confused with being loco or crazy, this term More…

Lokos

A phrase that describes one’s consumption of the popular caffeinated alcoholic beverage, Four Loko, in terms of numbers of Lokos. For example, one can makes a person Four Lokos. Two cans More…

Loko’d

(ADJ) Inebriated and excited because of the effects of the popular alcoholic energy drink Four Loko. This word was created because the differences in the condition brought on by the More…

LOL

A response to something that is funny. This word was created as a quick way to tell the other person you are talking to on AOL instant messager that you are "laughing out loud" in response More…

LOL

Laughing out loud. It started as a convenience to type out when the online chatting frenzy started, but now is frequency used in conversation =LOL...A friend’s response, upon the More…

lol

it means "laugh out loud" In modern times, people are in such a hurry that they'll come up with acronyms for pretty much anything. People do it just to save time from typing out the entire More…

lol

to find something so funny that you laugh out loud. This word began as a little known acronym used to quickly tell a friend online that he was being funny. It stands for “laughing More…

lol

laugh out loud =Sarah made fun of Brian and then afterwards said, Just kidding, lol. =online conversation on instant messenger

LOL

Laugh Online This is propbably the most used acronym in the present day. With so many people online it is use sto show laughter when none can be heard. Online everything must be short so More…

LOL

A response to something that is funny or makes you laugh. 'Laugh out loud'. =LOL =Instant messenger

lol (ironically)

(for "Laughing Out Loud"; interjection; "Laugh O Laugh") Used to express unconcern and general lack of interest. =The definition of this word is counterintuitive to the More…


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