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1. A homosexual, usually referring to a man My roommate Trevor and his friends from high school often shortened words and genuinely use them in conversation as such all the time. Many More…

mo fo

(rhyming) This is a shortening of the phrase “mother fucker” used in the sense of a person who resembles James Bond- extremely hard-core, intense, unstoppable. =“Bourne is such a mofo; he More…

Moar

More. This is a creative misspelling of more, meant to suggest the writer was only semi-literate, used primarily online to suggest an animal is speaking rather than a human. The form of the More…

mob

A hostile NPC in a video game. (e.g. Bowser) ="Go kill that mob and collect its loot." Etymology : Derived from "mob" meaning a mass of people. =Random person on More…

mobbing

To perform some action with a large group in an attempt to excite the audience. Intended Meaning: to perform some action with a large group in an attempt to excite the audience Analysis: More…

Mobbing

(verb) Going around in public with your group of friends. Being collective as to resemble a mob. =The term is not meant to imply that any violence will take place while “mobbing.” It is More…

Mobbing(1)

(Conversion) Hanging out with close friends. =This verb is a reverse definition of the verb form for “mobbing”. In that definition, someone is surrounded by a mob, but in this usage, More…

MOBcestious

Someone who spends all of their time with other MOBsters Etymology : blend formed from 'MOB' + 'incestuous' =Overheard in a conversation in which someone was saying that members of More…

Mockingjay

A hybrid songbird created from mating mockingbirds and "jabberjays", from the "Hunger Games" universe. =This term was created to describe a fictional creature in the More…

Mocktail

A drink that looks fancy, like a cocktail, but does not contain alcohol =This word often appears on menus in bars for their non-alcoholic section. Etymology : Blending of “mock” and More…

Mockumentary

A film that is made in the style of a documentary, or a nonfictional education film, used often for satirical purposes Reason used: The word ‘mock’ replaced the More…

Mod (2)

(Clipping) A purposeful, generally beneficial change made to something Mod was first heard online, but has uses in real life as well such as “Check out the mods I made on my computer!” When More…

mod(1)

to modify (usually for the better); to alter the form or characteristics of =This term is usually used in reference to changing the form of objects, physical items. It is a short form of More…

modelability

The potential for an object or group of objects to be represented in a mathematical model =Invented specifically during an internship at the National Renewable energy laboratory to More…

Modelizer

one who has an affinity (particularly sexual) for runway models. Since this is a popular television show, the word may have been used for trend’s sake. It has the same form of another More…

modge

to change the condition or alter the state of Likely used to indicate a change or upgrade, then expanded through metaphor to indicate any sort of change in condition that is, full to More…

moe

Eliciting viewer to cheer on a young, innocent, female anime character. Anime slang for young female anime characters who appeal to the male audience. These female characters are sometimes More…

mofo

an individual who is beyond cool, suave; This person between the boundaries of James Bond and a pimp. =Shaft is one bad mofo, he has the biggest guns and the most ladies. =The More…

Mofo

. A shorthand for the expletive motherfucker I heard this word circa August 2002, the beginning of my junior year in high school. Either the lazy way to curse (pronouncing two syllables More…

Mojo

Charm; sex appeal The term is a slang version of the word “charm” or “sex appeal.” When a guy or girl has mojo, he or she is captivating and breathtaking. The word More…


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