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Pic

A photograph, usually digital. The neologism ‘pic’ is normally heard as the plural form ‘pics’ and most often pertains to digital photographs. These aspects are More…

PIC

(Plan Inclusive Counterplan) A term used in policy debate to describe a plan presented by the negative team that includes aspects of the affirmative team's plan with a few exceptions. More…

pic (2)

A photograph =Used most often by internet and social network users to refer to digital photographs. Often meant to specifically mean photos on some cyber space such as Facebook, Myspace, More…

pickily

in a discriminating or choosy manner Interpretation of intended meaning in a discriminating or choosy manner. Somewhat negative connotation, implies undue scrutiny and possible rejection of More…

Pics

Pictures taken with a camera Apparent meaning, etymology, and type of word formation: “Pics” refers to pictures taken with a camera, formed by clipping the word More…

Pie

(Metonymy) A term for a pizza pie used in New York =Can I get a cheese pie please? Etymology : An abbreviation of a pizza pie =2001. Ordering a pizza in the NYC.

pie hole

It’s a noun that is sometimes used to in order to refer to one’s mouth. The phrase pie hole and the way that it is often said gives the impression that it isn’t said to be More…

piece

(metonomy) a gun being carried by someone, usually illegally. The gun is usually hidden so people cannot see it at any time. =Used is a lot of music. Used to let people know that they have More…

piece (1)

(metonymy) A gun, knife, or any other type of weapon. Slang word used in Ebonics to express having a weapon, usually referencing a gun. =“I’m not packing a piece on me, officer.” More…

Piffery

(slang) anything that is good =used to refer to anything that is good or of good quality. Etymology : this word is completely fabircated, but originated in the new england area =from a More…

pig

a police man. A derogatory term used to describe a police man. =Keep on the look out for pigs. Etymology : Zero derivation =Conversation with friend

piggin

intentionally flirting with overweight individuals without intent to follow through =verb Etymology : Houston, TX nightlife =overheard at a bar in Houston, TX

pillock

ass, idiot reason used: need for more pejorative terms; derogatory term similar to saying ‘you ass’ =That pillock bothers me. Etymology : variant of pillicock (a fool, stupid More…

pillowtosser

A homosexual. Originally coined as a derogatory term, but often used as an affectionate title. This is a combination of the term “pillow biter” and “tosser.” A More…

PILTROL

A fabric/material which is resistant to pilling. =These coats are made with PiltrolR which resists pilling on cuffs and waistband. Etymology : clipped compound of "pilling" and More…

Pimp

A male who attracts and is popular with the ladies. It is used very often in hip-hop/rap songs. It originated from the charge of “procuring for immoral purposes” when a broker More…

Pimp

1) a guy who gets lots of girls and is very attractive (“he’s such a pimp who gets all the ladies”), or 2) used to describe something cool/fashionable (“those shoes More…

Pimp

A descriptive quality of an object (usually a piece of clothing or personal accessory such as a hat, a jacket, a piece of jewelry or a car) that is suave and stylish while being mildly More…

pimp

Cool, nice, good-looking the speaker was looking for an original manner in which to express approval for a pair of shoes. =Those are really pimp shoes Etymology : using an already More…

pimp

To vastly improve; modify to fit the popular standards =Please MTV, pimp my ride! Etymology : Zero-derivation of slang adjective, “pimp” meaning “cool.” =TV More…


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