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oreo

an African American who characteristically adheres to the popular white culture of the time period, often betraying his or her own culture in doing so. =The term 'oreo' with More…

Organza

A type of fabric, composed of silk or similar synthetic material, characterized by its stiffness and shine. Most often used for high-society clothing. =She had a two-metre circumference More…

Orgasmatron

An electronic machine that gives real orgasms through electrodes stimulating specific nerves in the spine and subcutaneously =The married woman who tested the machine, dubbed an More…

orgo

Organic chemistry. Orgo is common Rice slang for the organic chemistry course. Organic chemistry is a notoriously difficult course, which is a probable reason for it being so widely known. More…

Orgo

Organic Chemistry =Used to describe Organic Chemistry with a connotative attachment of extreme difficulty. This term is common amongst college students in general, not just at Rice More…

Orgo (2)

(clipping) Organic chemistry where organic means pertaining to molecules involving carbon. =Clipping of organic chemistry. Etymology : from "alchemy" meaning natural physical More…

Orgo (3)

(From the word organic, removing the “anic” and adding an “o” in reference to organic chemistry.) An organic chemistry course. =First heard this term last year when I was talking to someone More…

orgo(5)

(clipping) to study organic chemistry =“No we didn’t go to pub last night, we orgoed until four in the morning.” Etymology : This is a humorous way of saying that you studied for organic More…

orgo10

(clipping of the phrase organic chemistry) organic chemistry class =“I mean, but you have to realize that orgo is actually really hard.” =Rice student in conversation. September 10, More…

Orgo4

(noun to verb) To work on the subject of Organic Chemistry. More specifically used when the student has the habit of working on Organic Chemistry for hours. =Derived from the word More…

Orgoing

To do organic chemistry problem sets or study for organic chemistry =This term is used to refer to the studying of any organic chemistry related material. It utilizes the clipping of More…

oriented

Ready for =This term was used to describe one's readiness and excitement towards something that they had been looking for. In the typical sense, the word "orient" is used to More…

orming

To writhe about, noticeably similar in form to "squirming" and "worming". Possibly also means "forming". ="What is this mysterious power, still orming More…

orthorexic

a person concerned with eating healthy food “Anorexia” comes from the Greek word “orexis”, which means appetite and the prefix “an”, which means More…


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