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Squab

(clipping) To fight. ="If you keep disrespecting me, we might have a squab" Etymology : Clipping of the word "squabble". =Heard being used by an angry freshman at a More…

squad

an individual’s close friend group. =This word is typically used by college-aged students who go drinking/partying every weekend with the same group of people. Squads are usually used to More…

Squad1

A person’s regular clique of friends. =This word has a similar meaning to the normal word ‘squad’, although this is a slang word that is specific to a college person’s group of friends. More…

Squalm

This is just a interesting mispronunciation of "qualm." ="I have some squalms about it." Etymology : The word "qualm" exists basically just in the phrase More…

square

square, n. one who is focused on schoolwork and has no other activities =Square, referring to those students who "have no life" and concentrate solely on schoolwork, is a More…

Squared

Used as an intensifier to denote something as exceptional. Apparent meaning: an intensifier, placed after the adjective or verb it is intensifying Analysis of word: root square ‘to More…

squarify

Process of making something square apparent meaning: to make an image square. Square images are easier to conduct experiments with. The speaker wanted to convert the rectangular images More…

squark

(noun) Superpartners of quarks; hypothetical elementary particles that exhibit supersymmetry. Products of supersymmetry theory. ="The squark is a type of sfermion." Etymology : More…

squat

the lowest form of something. Meaning “I did nothing.” Friend used it to describe the amount of work he had done on a Saturday. =I didn’t do squat today. Etymology : More…

Squateth

(Verb) The word means to squat, but gives it a flavour of old English with the addition of –eth. It can be used to give a scientific value to the word squat, making it seem more professional More…

squatter

(Metaphorical extension) A word or theme that has been inserted into an essay or other piece of writing that either does not belong or is not properly expounded upon. ="You have a More…

squatter

(Metaphorical extension) A person in a Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game (MMORPG) who joins a group to complete tasks, but refuses to aid the group while benefitting from the More…

squeakxor

a plastic “player” on the 7th floor Sid foosball table formerly known as gimpxor, which, after having been superglued back in position, now makes a squeaking sound whenever More…

Squee

Exclamation of joy and delight. Squee originated from communities of fanatics (see fandom). It is specifically used by fangirls to express their love for her idol. Particularly when the More…

squee

To squeal with glee, usually out of happiness and anticipation. Often used by girls in order to convey extreme excitement. =“Squee!! Have you heard about the new Breaking Bad spin-off?” More…

squeeeee

(a noise of excitement used in person) made to signify one's excitement about something. =A phrase used to display one's excitement about some matter or occurrence. Derived from a More…

squeeze

Flirtatiousness. In this context, squeeze means to flirt or to engage one in conversation leading to development of a relationship. Also heard as a term for the significant other i.e. More…

Squeeze (1)

Refers to a love interest that one has. =At the moment, my main squeeze is Sarah, but that could change. Etymology : “Squeeze” comes from the fact that one with a love interest gives More…

squibbly

(Blending of the words 'pebbly' and 'squiddly') so-so, average =The term may be extended and used to describe mediocre situations, such as when one earns a More…

Squick

a concept or situation which causes one psychological discomfort. Similar to something disgusting, but lacking the judgmental connotations of disgust. =Please list any squicks you may More…


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