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P-Raid

The parade of alumni that takes place every year at Princeton Reunions While on the ivy league thing, I think I must add a term that was created by those crazy Tigers at Princeton to refer More…

PR, PR-ed

PR is an abbreviation for ersonal record, that is, one’s best performance in a given event. As a verb, PR takes the meaning to set a personal record, and PR-ed is to have set a More…

Pr0n

(Sound Symbolism) 1. Pornography obtained from, stored in and/or displayed via computer 2. Word used to evade spelling filters online. (Also refers to pornography) =A euphemism for More…

prag

A man in prison who is recognized as the property of another, and for whom sexual discretion is no longer an issue. Interpretation of intended meaning It is difficult for me to broach this More…

prairie dog

a piece of feces that is crowning =the way a piece of poo crowns is similar to the way a prairie dog peeks out of its hole Etymology : from the word “prairie dog” =“Dude I got a More…

Prankful

state of being mischievous and playing practical jokes apparent meaning: someone who likes to pull pranks reason used: My roommate thought she was being funny when she said this as a corny More…

Pratfall

An amusing fall upon one’s buttocks =Unluckily for the comfort of the hour, but luckily for the history of man, the spread of the theory of human differentness invariably precedes More…

Pre-edit

To casually look over for mistakes while in the process of constructing a rough draft. Possible reason used: The teacher wanted to impress upon the students the importance of revision. More…

pre-party

1. a gathering to drink and collect people before moving on to a larger party 2. an earlier private party that will end in early so that attendees can go on to a larger party Possible More…

pre-party (2)

to drink and socialize at a smaller gathering before moving on to a larger party. =Probably used primarily in colleges since large parties are the main social events. Etymology : Pre is More…

pre-poning

moving an event to a time earlier than originally scheduled Presumed reason for coinage people know what postpone means, and since "pre-" means "before" it makes sense to switch the two More…

Pre-Rekt

(creative misspelling, derivation, clipping, blend) being required to take an unexpected prerequisite for a class in which you are trying to enroll =This word is used in passive voice “get More…

Pre-zactly

In a precise, exact matter, or exclamation for a precise, exact occasion. It can be used to describe an action, or can be used as an interjection in speech, the same way some people might More…

Preach

(widening of preach (v.); from verb to interjection) Validation that the previously spoken words are the truth. Used to voice agreement with what has been said. It is widened from preach More…

prebuttal

Apparent meaning: a counter-argument prepared before another argument Reason used: describing an argument before the anticipated rebuttal. “pre-” (anticipated) + More…

Prec

Precious. Cute. Adorable. =This is a simple clipping of the word 'precious,' probably so that it is quicker to type (the equivalent of the fast speech phenomenon in spoken More…

precrastination

The act of working on something long before it is necessary. =Blend of “pre-,” meaning before, with “procrastination,” of which it is the complete opposite. Etymology : “pre-” is the More…

prection

(unknown) precious =Apparently arose from a misspelled back tattoo on a Korean boy band member where the word was supposed to be “precious” but ended up as “prection”. Etymology : More…

Preemie

(Clipping) A baby born before 37 weeks of being in the womb The term preemie is very widely used. The term doesn’t really have a positive or negative connotation past the danger of being More…

Pregame

To drink alcohol before going to a planned event. To pregame means to start drinking alcohol before an event in an effort to be intoxicated upon arrival. Usually this happens when the More…


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