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N.O.D.

the name of a party held annually in Weiss College, Rice University. This new meaning of the word is formed by acronyms 'Night Of Decadence' =Hey, you goin to NOD or what? More…

No bones

(of the phrase "I have no bones!") To embrace someone and then relax all muscles so that person must bare all of the weight. It is termed ‘no bones’ because when the person More…

No Dice

refers to something that is not going to work out or that impossible to occur Apparent Meaning: It is a term that means something is not going to work out =No Dice =I asked a More…

no genetalia

(Metaphor) The term "no genitalia" is a word at Duncan College at Rice University that attempts to describe a male with no sexual desire for an interested woman, possibly due to More…

no homo

(clipping) used to specify that whatever was just said was not meant to be taken in a homosexual way. It is an clipping of the phrase "no homosexuality". A speaker could add it on More…

No homo

Phrase used after one inadvertently says something that could be interpreted as homosexual. Etymology : No 'opposite of yes' + homo 'homosexual'. Not homosexual. More…

No homo (1)

An abbreviation of ‘no homosexual’ used like an interjection. A phrase used to say you are not homosexual in any aspects after you said something suspicious of homosexual =An abbreviation More…

No probalo

Phrase used to convey that a task is simple, usually also conveying acceptance of the task. bastardization of no problem; interjection used to tell seomone that a task can easily be More…

no romo

A phrase used to clarify the fact that an interaction is strictly platonic, and that the speaker has no romantic feelings for their conversational partner. Most commonly used on social More…

No-looker

a punch, kick, or other physical blow dealt without observing the target, typically behind the aggressor =The term “no-looker” is used exclusively in the action or superhero genre of More…

NOAH'S ARKING

The state of wearing pants in which the length is hilariously short (in other words, it is more than a couple of inches above the ankle.) =His pants are too short. He is "Noah's Arking. More…

Nobama

Used to express opposition to Senator Barack Obama as he ran for president in 2008. =Another novel creation from the 2008 presidential campaign that takes advantage of the vowels in the More…

noble

terrific, good, cool. This word was probably used to get a little laugh because the word noble, when applied to a punk rock show, makes for odd diction. =That show was totally noble. More…

NOD bod

(acronym, clipping) a body that is fit and good-looking when clothed in nothing but lingerie for Rice University’s Halloween party, Night of Decadence. =I should stop eating those desserts More…

NOD bod (2)

The more toned and fit body students strive to have by the time NOD, a party where people notoriously wear little clothing, comes around. =NOD stands for Night of Decadence and is the More…

NOD-wasted

(of NOD (n.) and wasted (adj.)) extremely intoxicated or inebriated; black-out. This terms originated because Rice students typically get very drunk for Weiss’s annual public party called More…

nodel

a person who attempts to model, but whose efforts are unsatisfactory =Often, the models chosen for low-budget campaigns are “nodels” because the quality of their modeling and their photos More…

NODgeball (11)

(NOD (night of decadence) and dodgeball (the dod is clipped off)) Dodgeball played on the night of NOD =Narrowing of dodgeball to specifically dodgeball played on the night of NOD. Used by More…

noggelemkoff

German for "Do you have a nail in your head?" =An insult meant to question the driver’s sanity. Etymology : compound of German words to create an metaphorical insult More…

Noice

Nice, pleasing; a good deal Instant communication via the Internet (AOL Instant Messenger, MSN Messenger, etc) has become wide-spread among youth and adults. In such an informal More…


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