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Sabermetrics

(saber+metric) advanced predictive and evaluative baseball statistics =The use of sabermetrics has become increasingly popular among professional baseball teams in recent years. Etymology More…

sabi

To know. Sabi is a Portuguese derived term meaning 'to know.' It entered the Nigerian pidgin language sometime during the 16th century and facilitated communication between people of More…

Sabo

(Verb) It means the same thing as sabotage: to deliberately destroy or get in the way of someone or something. However, it has a lighter, less negative connotation. =While, “sabo” can be More…

sabotagery

('sabotage' + '-[e]ry') sabotagery, n. the act of sabotage, usually of someone else's plan =Sabotagery was formed by a back formation regarding the word More…

Sad Face

A form of chatspeak used to show sadness or disappointment. It began as an emoticon, a representation of a frowning face, and turned into the compound phrase. It has also begun to be used More…

sad-face

(Noun) Referring to the frowning emoticon, it is used to verbally express a negative feeling. =It is basically a way to use an emoticon in verbal language. When texting or communicating More…

Saddlebacking

the phenomenon of Christian teens engaging in unprotected anal sex in order to preserve their virginities. =Generally used in a way that is against abstinence-only education. Etymology : More…

Sade adu

A hair style where the hair is braided in one direction to the back of the head. Etymology: Derived from the popular musician, Sade Adu who always wore her in one way, pulled to the back. More…

sadistic

the love of cruelty; sexual perversion =He is a sadistic fool. Etymology : 'sadist' from French 'sadisme' + '-ic' noun ending suffix =Friend

Safety Taco

(not technical) The extra taco from taco bell that you get because of your uncertainty of hunger level =The safety taco is equivalent to a safety net, but with tacos. It is usually More…

Saintsgiving

(clipping and blending) local holiday that occurs when the New Orleans Saints NFL team plays a football game on Thanksgiving Day =Happy Saintsgiving! coined by native New Orleaneans on More…

saladent

a person who works as a salaryman but at the same time studies something else to prepare for a different job. =My brother is a saladent. Etymology : Blending of two words More…

salgorithm

(clipping and blending) an algorithm implemented and deployed to a software product for the quick fix of an imminent problem. Salgorithms are typically made to address a problem reported by More…

Salt

(adjective) One’s props. Usually used in the phrase “Give me some salt” to refer to giving one the respect they are do. Likely an extension of the phrase “Worth one’s salt”, this would refer More…

salt(1)

(verb) To get defeated to the point of embarrassment; to get owned. Originally used in the competitive fighting game scene. Can also be used as an adjective (salty). ="Steve's More…

saltant

Leaping, jumping, or dancing. Etymology : From Latin saltant-, stem of saltans, present participle of saltare 'to dance', frequentative of salire 'to jump'. Other words derived from the More…

salty

bad, used interchangably with 'sucks' My friend was sympathizing with my frustration, and agreeing with me that I was in a bad situation. Salty is a part of stoner slang, although it More…

salty

describing the manly feeling of being pumped up and willing to do extra I indicated analogy for word formation type because I was drawing the analogy between salty and the manly task of More…

Salty

(adjective) Frustrated or angry =I was salty with my chemistry grade. Etymology : associated with adding salt to a wound being very painful. =Brian Graff 11/1/11

salty (2)

(inherited derivation) feeling annoyed or agitated; bitter =This term originates from the phrase "to jump salty" which appeared in U.S. Nautical slang in the 1920s to describe ‘a More…


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