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'nuff

enough In addition to being clipped, the word 'nuff undergoes a spelling change, taking on a phonetic appearance. The change likens it more to a native word. The diction of the word also More…

NUB

To inflict pain and humiliation by shoving one's nub (the end of an incomplete or amputated arm) into the victim's sternum and pushing around with it. Presumed reason for coinage There was More…

Nub

Nub, N Someone who has little to no skill at a video game. [Clipping formed from deletion of +ie morpheme from newbie, followed by a spelling change (ew-oo-u) and change in pronunciation of More…

nub

One who sucks at a video game, similar to a n00b, but is not new to the game. =A newer neologism that comes from the previous entry, "n00b." This person has had a chance to learn More…

Nub(2)

(vowel reduction) A person who is inexperienced in a field usually referring to video games. The word is most likely a clipping of the word newbie to newb followed by a vowel reduction of More…

nubcake

nubcake, N A player new to a videogame, or one that merely lacks the skills of others (generalized), also a derogatory name for another player (similar to nub) [compound of roots nub + More…

Nubette

A female who is horrendous at video or computer games. =This term is a derivation of 'nub', meaning a novice. The derivation used here is the -ette suffix, applied to indicate More…

Nubsicle

Nubsicle, N Someone who has little to no skill at a video game, regardless of being new at the game or not. [Blending formed from roots nub & popsicle, by deletion of “pop” from the More…

nucka

An urban Caucasian youth; title of address between such persons analogous to ‘brother’ Possible Reason Used: The use of this word is entirely resolved to its use as a More…

Nuclear

Acting in a manner relation to or characterized by extreme, often immoral and manipulative ways in order to achieve one's own end. =Not referring to the actual scientific happening, More…

nuculer

Describing an object that uses or possesses power driven by atomic nuclei. Eg. Nuculer warhead, nuculer nation, nuculer threat. Nuculer is derived from the word nuclear pronounced with a More…

nuff

Enough; as much as needed =It's a clipping of "e" from "enough." The spelling has likely been changed to avoid confusion, as "ough" has so many possible More…

nug

clipping of 'nugget', used to refer either to a chicken nugget or a small piece of marijuana based on context =Yo let's go to Micky D's and grab some nugs and More…

nug(1)

a chunk of cannabis bud. =Nug is a clipping of the word nugget, which refers to a round or compact object, commonly made of metal. This word is commonly used among the marijuana More…

nugget

(visual symbolism) someone with no arms and legs ="Would you want to time travel if that meant your mom is a nugget?" Etymology : term that derives from fact that people with no More…

Nuke

To cook or reheat in a microwave oven; to cook beyond the necessary or desired amount in a microwave. This term goes beyond the usual reheating and implies the overcooking that microwaving More…

Nuke [2]

In videogames, an attack that does a large amount of damage to a single target. =I used my nuke to take out the medic before we went in. Etymology : Zero-derivation from the noun nuke, More…

Nuke(2)

In MMORPG’s (massive multiplayer online role playing games), a long distance magical attack dealing a vast amount of damage over a very large dispersion range.The term is most likely used More…

Nuking the fridge

When something that is ridiculous and out of the ordinary, usually in reference to films that are past their prime and/or have undergone changes since their initial appeal. =Colloquialism More…

Nukkah

a slang term with similar meaning to the word ‘nigga’ =commonly used as a substitute by non-black individuals Etymology : Derived from the word "nigga" =November 2010, More…


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