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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…

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…

naplash

Something that happens when you start to feel sleepy so you start nodding your head and suddenly your head jerks back. =Happens a lot to students during class, especially lecture classes. More…


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