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siafu

A fictional term for a “zombie.” Used as an analogy, referring to the swarming nature of both ants and zombies. Also might be a comparison of the powerful shearing jaws of the ant to the More…

sice

To give. ="Sice" comes from the outdated word "psychologize", a derivation of "psychology", which meant to psychologically influence someone. From More…

sick

impaired by an electronic virus or bug. =Once my computer was so sick that I had to send it back to Hewlett Packard to get the hard drive re-imaged. Etymology : semantic change of known More…

sick

Awesome, great. Awesome, exceptionally good. How the word came to take on this meaning is unclear – it appears to have been arbitrarily assigned to the word ‘sick,’ More…

Sick

synonym for cool =Used to describe something that is new or awesome. Etymology : Unsure. Started out in skateboard culture to describe a cool trick. =Chris: Call of duty: Black Ops is More…

sick (1)

crazy, insane, excellent. =“That backflip was sick!” Etymology : Used to describe and action of an “awesome” status. It probably converted its meaning in the 1990’s. =Megan Hall at More…

Sick (3)

(derivation) extremely cool and daring. =word derived from the meaning sick as in unwell. Unwell as seen below came from twisted, and twisted is now popular slang for cool and daring also, More…

sick (4)

(Homonomy) Describes something that is beyond the norm but because of its irregularity it is respected. =Ironically, the term has the opposite meaning of the other word "sick." It More…

sick (5)

(Semantic change as well as polysemy from original meaning of sick which describes an ailment or condition.) Describes an action that is regarded as cool or generally approved of by More…

Sick(2)

Analogous to ‘awesome’ or ‘cool’, very entertaining and exciting, worthy of an exclamation of positive impression. =‘Bro, that backflip was totally sick.’ Used informally to express one’s More…

sickening

(broadening, extension) incredibly amazing; excessively hot (see also fierce) =When Season 3 contestant Mimi Imfurst suggests her competitor Shangela has gotten where she is thanks to a More…

sicknasty

remarkable in some way, shape or form; best; amazing; unbelievable; superlative =This compound word is made up of two root words, sick and nasty. Sicknasty is an amelioration of these More…

Sidcest

Sexual relationship between people from the same college, especially Sid Richardson College. The word clearly references sexual intercourse or relationship between two people at Sid More…

side boob

View of a woman's breast from the side, usually due to backless clothing that is intentionally worn to show "side boob." However, side boob can also be unintentional. More…

side ho

A girl that a man is seeing/dating/having sex with outside of his main relationship. =When used in a serious manner, "side ho" is a derogatory term utilized almost entirely by More…

sideboob

the boob that is visible from the side when women wear shirts with low cut armpit holes, also used to describe a glimpse of a woman’s breast through the armpit hole typically while leaning More…

Sidereal

Time taken by a star at meridian to return (23 hours, 56 mins, 4 sec.) =“The sidereal day is shorter than the solar day.” Etymology : [L. sidere-us, sidus constellation + More…

Sidizen

1. A resident of Sid Richardson College of Rice University 2. One who is a member of Sid Richardson College Clearly means one who lives at Sid, or one who is a member of Sid Richardson More…

Sidizen (1)

1. Name for a student residing in Sid Richardson College of Rice University. 2. One who is or was a member of Sid Richardson College regardless of one’s current residency. Though we add More…

sidizen(1)

a resident or member of sid richardson college =one of eleven that can classify a student's membership in a residential college Etymology : blend of "sid" and More…


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