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O-Week

orientation week of rice university. During that period they really used that word a lot. So o-week makes it a more friendly word and easy to pronounce. =O-week starts a week later. More…

O-Week

Rice University orientation week =Get ready for O-week 2003 Etymology : clipping: orientation week =Letter from Brown Master to freshman

OWA-OWA

A person who is always crying or complaining; a loud whiner. Possible reason used: The usage of the word “owa-owa” is a succinct way of describing a baby’s behavior. My More…

OWL

A prospective student of Rice University. This is common slang among Rice University students. =Man, that OWL was hot! Etymology : owl. from 'owl' (the Rice mascot) =A friend

Owlcaholic

(NOUN) One who is very passionate about Rice University and/or its sports teams. Comes from a blending of the addictive connotations of ‘alcoholic’ with the Rice University mascot, the owl. More…

owley

a relatively linear row of tents featuring various carnival-type games and food, an alley Thus, members of the Hoots club are trying to show their support for Rice’s football team More…

owling

(metaphor) activity in which people crouch in an owl-like form in unusual places to have their picture taken and posted on the Internet. =Owling was most likely a response to the act of More…

owlmaha

(Omaha, Nebraska) home of the college world series and the place Rice University baseball visits so often =The Rice Owls baseball team are going back to Owlmaha for the college world More…

owloog

Blend of the Rice Owl and Houston Cougar football teams. A combination of Houston’s two sad-sack Division 1-A college football teams, the Rice Owls and Houston Cougars. Both teams More…

own

To beat someone or possess greater skills than them at something, especially video games. Speaker was looking for an informal way to say that he is better than someone else at something. More…

Own

To beat or humiliate an opponent in a competition. Own means to beat or humiliate someone to a large degree. It takes advantage of own in the sense of possession essentially meaning that More…

Own

To completely dominate over someone in terms of video or computer gameplay =Oh I totally owned you! =Suitemate's victory yell

Ownage

Domination or superiority, usu. in a computer game. In computer- or video-gaming circles, the verb OWN means to display superiority over someone or something, based on the concept of More…

owndizzle

(Affixation) owndizzle, V - to easily defeat [Affixation of -dizzle to root own'-] =Used to taunt another player/person, usually after they have been defeated in some way. Etymology More…


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