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successful =popularized in hip-hop culture. doesn't seem to be related to the word "on" in any way, thus perhaps just an easy way of claiming that one is successful (ie More…

On and Poppin'

State of being cool, trendy, enjoyable, and acceptable in a given social context. =She's always fun to be around - she keeps it on and poppin. Etymology : Slang derived from the More…

on fleek

(adjective) used to describe something perfect, on point Etymology : Originated from a internet video on the phone app vine, went viral on the internet when Ariana Grande posted the same More…

On Fleek 5

(Adjective) Very good. =Used by people to give someone else a compliment, particularly in their appearance. Etymology : Comes from online videos from the YouTube. ="Your eyebrows More…

On God

a phrase saying that you "swear on/to God" about something ="On God" is used in a situation when a person wants to insert extreme seriousness in a conversation. More…

On Point

(Derivation) Something that is really good. =Many words have been used to categorize something as good. "On point" seems to employ similar meaning to "spot on" or More…

On the face

describing playing video games; used when asking someone to play video games. On the face relates to getting on a gaming console and playing a video game with other people. =used in order More…

one

A statement made when taking leave of someone. Apparently the word is synonymous with goodbye. It could possibly be short for one love, however, there is no definite known origin. The More…

One Percent

(Widening) The top one percent of Americans as measured by income. =The term ‘one percent’ has changed in meaning in recent weeks. The ‘one percent’ is now synonymous with both the top one More…

One-downmanship

the practice of out-doing another in a more negative manner or performing less well than another. =White Sox fans have suffered longer than Red Sox fans without winning a world series. More…

one-o'-one

(generalization) The basic fundamentals of a subject; the part that is intuitively obvious or well known. =One-o’-one is formally used to describe an introductory college or higher-level More…

one-up

to improve on an idea of another for the purpose of being better than that person. =This word could have arisen from the metonymic relation ship between the items on a list and having this More…

one-year

A student who attempts a hard study path and drops it the next year ="One year" is extracted from a sentence with a similar format as the following: He studied "______" More…

oneitis

an immediate love or passionate obsession for another person that instantly consumes all of one's time and emotions =The term 'oneitis' typically refers to the condition of More…

Ones's

a slang term referring to Nike air force ones ="Air Force Ones" is a type of shoe made by Nike. In 2002, Nelly the St. Louis hip-hop artist wrote a performed a song about Air More…

ongoingness

constant progression, nonstop. Interpretation of intended meaning another word for continuity Presumed reason for coinage to creatively use derivational morphology to create a word meaning More…

onion booty

as is said, "booty so fine it makes a grown man want to cry." 'Booty' is an already well-established slang word referring to a (woman's) butt. Since onions are More…

onions

(noun) strong feelings, either tragic or highly emotional, often used in reaction to something. ="I was just eating lunch, then he told about his experience last year, and now I have More…

Onside

In football, to kick the ball only a short distance on a kickoff in order to allow the kicking team an opportunity to recover the ball (to onside kick). =They shouldn't onside it now, More…

onsite

the first attempt at climbing a rock wall possible reason used: A select term used by the rock-climbing speech community to specify that the climb will be the very first on a wall. More…


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