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luck you

expression: you’re lucky, but I’m jealous and in a much worse situation Typos are a frequent occurrence in most internet conversations. In this case, I meant to say “lucky More…

LUG

Lesbian Until Graduation. Etymology : Acronym of the phrase Lesbian Until Graduation. ="Greek". May 4, 2009. Season 2, Episode 16.

lulz

(corruption) Something done for humorous purposes ="I put pepper in his Dr. Pepper for the lulz" Etymology : A corruption of the acronym "LOL" (laugh out loud) More…

lumber

to burden another person, usually emotionally or psychologically Etymology : verb form for the word meaning something useless or cumbersome

lumping out

the state of being unproductive and merely acting as though one were an unmoving lump reason used: friend wasn’t feeling very productive or useful, so he expressed his feelings by More…

Lunchbox

An empty headed person It was used to describe ones absent-minded way of being. =Tim’s antics make him seem like such a lunchbox sometimes. Etymology : lunchbox. Blend of 'lunch' More…

lupper

A meal that takes place between the traditional hours of lunch and dinner (usually between 2 PM and 4 PM) and is eaten instead of having both lunch and dinner =“Yesterday afternoon we were More…

lurk

To read the content of an electronic forum regularly without contributing. Interpretation of intended meaning A lurker is one of the `silent majority' in a electronic forum; one who posts More…

lurker

(metaphor) Someone who reads posts on a forum regularly, but probably doesn't have an actual account and never posts anything themselves. A lurker traditionally is someone that hides in More…

LURPY

Being tall, pale, sickly, uncoordinated, and inept at socialization; geeky, dorky, nerdy. Interpretation of intended meaning Generally fitting the stereotype of the clumsy male geek who has More…

lurve

Alternate spelling and pronunciation of "love" =This word is simply the word "love" with the spelling and pronunciation changed. Possibly related to "luv", a More…

lush

highly pleasant, appealing =The term lush is a clipping of the word luscious meaning ‘highly pleasant to taste or smell.’ The meaning of luscious has semantically changed through a More…

lutzie

A dance made famous by a youtube video of Auburn University’s fullback Lutzenkirchen scoring a touchdown during the Iron Bowl and he subsequently did a victory dance which resembles More…

Lux

characterized by luxury, excessively ornate. Lux is a Latin word for light and is used as a root for many other words such as luxurious, luxury, deluxe, and so on. It is interesting that More…


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