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me gusta

(Borrowing from spanish) Spanish for i like, popularized by the internet. ="Hey, wanna go for pizza?" "Me gusta." Etymology : Borrowing =Conversation with Siegfried, More…

mealing

A noun describing the degree at which a restaurant serves its meals. (See discussion for more information) This word was innovated while discussing a local restaurant, Chipotle. O. P., More…

Mean Mug

(of mean (adj.) and mug (v.)) to stare at intensely with a stern face. Adapted as a more extreme version of the verb to mug or to stare at. Compounding “mean” with “mug” creates a more More…

mean-mug

To glare or give off mean looks in an attempt to intimidate This word originated on Ludacris’s Chicken N Beer album, which debuted circa September 2003. Again, paints a pretty vivid More…

MEANDERTHAL

An annoying individual moving slowly and aimlessly in front of another individual who is in a bit of a hurry =As much as he tried, Ben could do nothing to get around the meanderthal on More…

Meanderthal

An individual who is without direction and focus in his or her life; a person who repeatedly tries different things for short periods of time before switching to something else =: This is More…

meat

(metonomy) )meat- a pitcher who is not very good and has bad pitchers is meat. A baseball term used to describe how a certain pitcher is throwing. The term meat is used in this situation More…

Meat Sheet

The Newcomer’s Guide of Rice University, which features the pictures of all incoming freshman The “meat sheet” refers to the Newcomer’s Guide given to freshman More…

Meat-Head

A person who is extremely passionate about body-building and performing in sports. Particularly pertains to an open obsession with weight lifting. =The term compunds the two words More…

meatetarianish

antonym for vegetarian In some way, the word seems to attempt to overemphasize the role of meat in its etymology. This is because the word so much resembles ‘vegetarian,’ yet More…

meatoes

the most important issue or point of the situation =Speaker wanted a much shorter way to express the phrase “meat and potatoes,” which is often used in the same meaning. Speaker was More…

Meatshield

any person (generally a character in a video game) used to block attacks for another person/character. Compound of meat in its generalization of flesh or even human body and shield =Why do More…

meatspace

the opposite of cyberspace, the real world. =Ex: “My internet connection is down, looks like I’ll have to venture into meatspace to entertain myself.” Etymology : A compound of meat and More…

Meatspace

(compounding) Said of something that takes place in the real world rather than in the online world (cyberspace). =This is a compounding of the words meat + space, where meat implies the More…

Mecha

1. A humanoid shaped robot used as a weapon and piloted by one person. 2. Any number of the aforementioned robots, as this is also the plural form. Mecha is a term that describes a range of More…

Med-Med

(noun) This is a term referring to people in medical school. =So you are a Med-Med now. Etymology : This word was formed by clipping the ‘pre’ off of pre med and the “ical school” from More…

medi-juana

Marijuana intended for medical uses. Forming a compact word to make the title of the drug more appealing, or unique. =Medi-juana: One slice sublingually as needed; may cause: dry mouth, More…

MEDIA LEAKS CENTER

The row of Porta Potties (portable public toilets) outside the courthouse. =Lingo used by journalists covering the O.J. Simpson Civil Trial. Etymology : Lingo used by journalists More…

mediocrely

The state or quality of being mediocre, average, ordinary reason used: Effective in conveying desired point; neologism did not interfere with anyone’s ability to understand the More…

meebo

To send a messagee or chat via Meebo, a social platform that supports instant messengers like MSN, AOL, Google Talk, IM and more. ="Why didn't you tell me that earlier? You More…


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