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niftabulous

the state of being amazingly good, fun, and interesting reason used: to underline how good and interesting something is =The Incredible (the movie) was niftabulous! I enjoyed every second More…

nig

A person of African descent reason used: It is socially inappropriate for a non-African-American to say the word “nigger,” so this clipping allows the speaker to say it without More…

nigga-rig

to fix something using less than reputable tools and materials =fixing something using paper clips duct tape and bubble gum would be nigga rigging something Etymology : Derived from the More…

niggerachi

ostentatious, but of cheap or shoddy quality; faux luxury The speaker may have meant to play off of blends such as Folex or Foakleys, meaning rip-offs or imitations of expensive brand More…

Niggerdom

The type of behavior that fits with the stereotypical black person. When a person displays qualities and or behavior that are in line with negatively charged stereotypes about More…

niglet

calling a small person who is also cute Mihir likes to use nigger as an appelation for his friends. However, to his friends who are small and cute, he uses nigger blended with Piglet, a More…

Niki-ism

A word that has been clipped for the express purpose of reducing the number of syllables =Niki is a senior bioengineering student has a tendency to excessively clip words. The word “boyf” More…

nillionaire

one who has little money of their own, but is well-off by association with another =Nillionaire is a blending of nil and millionaire. Nil, from Latin, means nothing. Millionaire implies More…

nillz

Negative, no. This word is a product of the ‘izzle speak’ made popular by rapper Snoop Dogg. Izzle speak is very formulaic, similar to Pig Latin; usually, an ‘iz’ More…

Nine-Eleven

alternate spelling 9/11; refers to the events of September 11, 2001. Because the World Trade Center had been bombed before, the happenings on that date could not be called the 'World Trade More…

Ninety-nine percent

Of or relating to the general populous; mainstream or ‘lower’ class. =“I asked for a bottle of Veuve in the box, and she got all ninety-nine percent on my ass”, “That dress is a little More…

ninja

To attack one like a ninja. The violent video game GTA often allows characters to use a variety of weapons to complete a task. In this particular sequence, one character and his sidekick More…

Ninja

To steal in a stealthy manner, as might be done by ninjas themselves. This word was used when referring to stealing servery food. If the servery workers see you taking food, they will More…

Ninja Skills

high-level skills that border on super-natural yet that don't necessarily pertain to fighting or ninjas =Man that acrobat has crazy ninja skills. Etymology : 'ninja' + 'skills' More…

ninja(1)

(verb) To post in a topic on a forum, only to return and see that someone posted the same answer that you did seconds before you, thus rendering your post obsolete. ="No way man, More…

Ninjun

A person with the warlike-skills of ninjas and Native Americans. Ninjun is a term that blends ninja and injun (Native Americans). A Ninjun thus has the properties of both Native Americans More…

nip/tuck

a term used to describe plastic surgery; example – “She looked 10 years younger after her nip/tuck.” Etymology : a combination of two words: nip, meaning to remove or More…

nips

nipples. Concise word used at first by mostly perverts. =Most were women or girls, but some were boys, and some had had their nipples and/or genitals eaten. Except for that ball-less dude More…

nitpicking

Criticizing annoyingly about something insignificant. [from nit + pick.] A new word to show the severity of annoyance. It creates an image of uselessly caring about something insignificant More…

Nitro-Glis

A powerful, explosive, oily chemical substance. Nitroglycerin is a word only occasionally used outside of the realm of chemists, chemical engineers, and explosives experts; while most More…


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