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dumba**, someone who does something stupid I first heard my cousin say this to me when we were little. She called me a re when I did something wrong. Even when I was that young I knew that More…

re-re

retard; mentally-handicapped person =This word comes the word "retard," and is most commonly used by mean people to call their (non mentally handicapped) friends stupid. It was More…

Re-uninvite

(affixation) To cancel an invitation already once cancelled and reinstated =Root word "invite" used to refer to the act of asking someone to attend a function that one is in More…

re-up

To replenish a dwindling supply. =I ate the late frozen pizza last night, I need to go to the supermarket and re-up. Etymology : re (again) + up (increase) =conversation with room mate

read

(broadening, extension) the art of insulting, as popularized by the 1990 documentary Paris is Burning (see also throwing shade); drag jargon for insulting someone in a kind-hearted fashion More…

Read

In Drag culture, to point out a person’s flaws and deficiencies in a funny or clever way. “LaGanja read Alyssa, pointing out the other queen’s fat back and love handles.” =A metaphoric More…

Reado

Making a reading error Instead of saying that she made a reading mistake or some other explanation, she cleverly linked a typo and created a new word with an understandable meaning in More…

Real

(adjective) really, very =It is used in many contexts where “really” would be used - real tired, real annoyed, real soon - but not all. One would not say, for instance, “I real don’t like More…

real anal

Short for "real analysis" a subject (and course) in mathematics. The teacher at Rice is, coincidentally, notoriously anal. ="I have real anal. at 3." Etymology : It More…

real talk

an interjection used to express authenticity, used in place of "seriously" =The term is used following what the user has already said, to clarify that he or she is being serious. More…

real talk (1)

an interjection indicating a statement of truth; used primarily conversationally; can also be used in a non-serious or teasing sense using sarcasm =Real talk, the Colts suck without More…

Real-Talk

(Real + Talk) (adj) serious, actual. ex: This homework is real-talk. (adv.) Seriously, really (often seen in question form) ex: Real-Talk? (n.) Serious conversation. ex: We need to have More…

Realish

Representing or imitating real life to some extent. My cousin used this word to describe the lifelike characteristics of the game. He added the suffix –ish to the end of the word More…

Realisteliptical

(blending) An elliptical which stops after ½ mile (it sets a realistic goal for how much you will exercise). The words realistic and elliptical are blended to form this word. The meanings of More…

realness

(broadening, extension) an authentic-appearing representation of a particular look, persona or action; often used in drag culture to refer to an accurate impersonation of a particular person More…

reball

a niche style of paintball play, generally frowned upon by the paintball community at large, involving the use of hard rubber or plastic balls that do not break upon impact like normal More…

reboot

to take a deep breath and start over Etymology : new context for a technical term

rec

Used to refer to the Gibbs Recreation and Wellness Center in Rice University. =The proper name of the building is clipped for economy of speech, as well as to denote familiarity. More…

Recentitude

The state or characteristic of being recent. ‘Recentitude’ takes its meaning from the addition of the first portion of the word, ‘recent,’ and the morpheme More…

Recockulous

Utterly ridiculous or absurd Apparent meaning, etymology, and type of word formation: The speaker means that the situation is ridiculous or absurd. This word was formed by a process only a More…


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