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po-po

slang term used as a substitute for police or police officer 'Po-po' is used by teenagers as a slang term for the police or police officers. Simply a popular way to describe the police, the More…

po-po(8)

(noun) A common term for the police. It is usually used as a joke or insult to the police, especially when being pursued or participating in an illegal activity. The term po-po essentially More…

pocha

Marked by the unconventional and disliked use of both English and Spanish words as in a blend of the two languages I believe "Pocha" was used because it perfectly describes a person who More…

Pocket-Rocket

A fast, yet compact vehicle. It was used to talk about a small car. =I have a pocket rocket back home. Etymology : pocket-rocket. Blend of 'pocket' (small bag) + 'rocket' (a propelling More…

Podcast

a method of publishing audio programs via the Internet, allowing users to subscribe to a feed of new files Podcasts are usually free. Podcasts exploded in popularity largely because of the More…

Podcast

Non-profit audio or video recordings, broadcast on the internet, that can be played on computers and portable digital audio players, such as iPods. The podcast is a new concept that has More…

podcast

An internet radio broadcast that is downloadable and is intended for non-live listening. As computer media quickly becomes the most important medium for almost all forms of entertainment, More…

podcast

An internet radio broadcast that is downloadable and is intended for non-live listening. As computer media quickly becomes the most important medium for almost all forms of entertainment, More…

Podestrian

One who frequently travels by foot while listening to an Apple iPod music player. Apparent Meaning: One who can be seen walking around while listening to music on an Apple iPod portable More…

podestrian

a pedestrian visibly wearing iPod headphones or using an iPod There’s not a real need for this word, other than to be clever about describing new cultural phenomena resulting from the More…

point-six

a person of African-American descent A person of African-American descent. The figure .6 is equivalent to 3/5. This term refers to the Three-Fifths compromise in which slaves were counted More…

pointful

Having a purpose or meaning. The word provides a nice and useful counterpart for pointless. The word was a nonce creation to provide an exact opposite term to counteract the word, More…

pokevania

A handheld version of the videogame Castlevania in which the player must search for and collect souls of defeated monsters in order to reach hidden parts of the game. The goal of the More…

Pokéstop

A landmark in the geolocation-based game Pokémon Go. Players must find Pokéstops in order to obtain items such as Poké Balls or healing potions to play the game. =Used only within Pokémon More…

Polymorphonuclear leukocyte

A type of white blood cell. Nucleus of this cell has several lobes that appears to have many nuclei. Etymology : Gk. Poly(many) + morph(shape) + o + nucleus(kernel of a nut) + More…

Pong

(Verb) To play Ping-Pong. =Let’s pong. Etymology : The word was formed the clipping the ‘-Pong’ off of Ping-Pong then it was turned into a verb via Zero Derivation. =friend (11/2015)

PONY

To give or pay in a large, monetary sense. Used in "pony up", meaning the same as "pay up". Presumed reason for coinage The author basically wished to express "pay up", but the phrase is More…

pooch

To kick or punt a ball so that instead of a high kick traveling a short distance or a low kick traveling a long distance, a kick is produced that is intermediate in both dimensions. Origin More…

Pooey

inferior in quality, metaphorically like feces. kind of a euphemism for a more vulgar term such as ‘shitty’ or even ‘crappy’ because the speaker does not like to More…

pook

A term of endearment, meaning cute, cuddly, or otherwise relating to lovable attributes. The word pook is probably derived from onomatopoeia, from noises that babies make. Then the word was More…


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