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nabap

Not as ballin’ as possible”, saying something could have been better. =That movie was pretty cool but it was definitely nabap Etymology : The term, “nabap”, takes the word “ballin’”, More…

nacked

To be rejected outright, specifically when asking for a date Used to indicate that the rejection was no big deal and also possibly to avoid using the word rejected, which has a stigma More…

Naderite

A person who has followed Ralph Nader and joined the Green Party =The other candidate for mayor in San Francisco is a Naderite'? Etymology : 'Nader' + '-ite' =rushlimbaugh.com

Nadsat

The name for the dialect of English spoken by the main characters of the book and movie _A Clockwork Orange_. It is laced heavily with Russian words and phrases. Presumed reason for coinage More…

naf

term synonymous with metrosexual, describing a person who unnecessarily concerns himself with normally affemminate aspects of life; Acronym for slang New-Age-Fag =He’s wearing a More…

Nafod

Someone who has little regard for their own personal safety. Nafod is noun that comes from the acronym “No apparent fear of death”. It is a noun, and refers to a person who has More…

nahm

exclamatory slang term meaning no, clipping of “nah man” =Do you like this shirt? Nahm, you crazy. Etymology : clipping of the already slang "nah man" =A friend

nahmean

(shortening) shortening of "know what I mean?" =“That dude has been peddling some weak shit, nahmean?” Etymology : Slang shortening of question phrase from rap culture. More…

nahum

human with extremely high intelligence hum is possibly from human, though na has no real origin that I can think of, so I can not truly consider it clipping or blending. =How does a nahum More…

nai-da

a slang term for expressing extreme discontent Presumed reason for coinage supposedly it somes from the Norweigan phrase "uff-da" (spelling may be incorrect) which expresses mild More…

Namsayn’

(Phrase, blend/clipping) You know what I’m saying =Originated from saying ‘you know what I’m saying’ really fast and then slowly cutting off ‘you’ and ‘I’m’ until namsayn is left. Probably More…

Nanaism

An often humorous error in speech, particularly that made by a grandmother, but now the term can be more generalized. The derivational process was fundamentally one of analogy based off the More…

NANO

A field of chemistry that deals with the manufacture, manipulation, and use of tiny molecules on the scale of 10-9 meters. (exciting new research in the nano field) The newspaper writer was More…

NaNoer

One who participates in National Novel Writing Month. =Used to refer to fellow participants, or (mildly pejoratively) to others who participate, carrying the connotation of being part of More…

nanoer

One who participates in National Novel Writing Month. =Used to refer to fellow participants, or (mildly pejoratively) to others who participate, carrying the connotation of being part of More…

nanonap

an extremely short sleep, typically during the day =The term “nanonap” is used to describe a very short period of sleep. It is generally unintentional and occurs at a time during which More…

Nanonap

An extremely short nap. 'Nano' is a suffix, from the Greek 'nano' meaning dwarf. It today refers to extremely tiny objects (in science, it reference to one billionth). More…

NaNoWriMo

National Novel Writing Month - refers to the month of November where people around the world try to write a novel in a month. =This word was created to abbreviate National Novel Writing More…

Nap gap

A period of time between two discontinuous activities during which a break may be taken for a short, light sleep. =This term is a rhyming compound noun that is used to specify a specific More…

Napalm

a thickener consisting of a mixture of aluminum soaps used in jelling gasoline It was used to powerfully and interesting way of saying to spread or share. =I’ll napalm the whole More…


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