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This is a common reference to the abbreviation of the subwoofer. The subwoofer is a complete loudspeaker, which is dedicated to the reproduction of low-pitched audio frequencies known as More…

sub(2)

(from subwoofer) a low frequency sound producing speaker =Sub is clipped from the word subwoofer probably just for the convenience of not having to say subwoofer. Etymology : comes from More…

Sub-health

(affixation) A state of well-being between health and disease. This seems to be a word translated from a corresponding Chinese phrase, “ya”-health, where “ya” means suboptimal. A sub-healthy More…

Sub1

This is a common reference to the abbreviation of the subwoofer. The subwoofer is a complete loudspeaker, which is dedicated to the reproduction of low-pitched audio frequencies known as More…

submarine

To scope out an intended target from below; to focus in on a target; in football, leaning in to tackle your opponent. The word was used in a caption of a picture; the picture featured a More…

subsidiarity

A political system where sovereignty is held by different groups only in the certain areas in which they are affected by change; a distribution of power where one holds power over More…

Substantialiscious

(rare, not in use; adjective) the Snickers bar defines this word as "a noun meaning the weight of something when you weigh it with your tongue." =This word is a part of a Snickers More…

subtweet

(blending) A shortened form of "subliminal tweet," a tweet (a 140-character micro-blogging post on Twitter.com) that makes an often thinly-veiled negative reference to a particular More…

Subtweet(3)

to refer to a specific person on twitter without directly referring to them =Commonly used on twitter to avoid direct confrontation with another Etymology : subliminal- without being More…

suburbia

A synonym for the suburbs, but with negative connotations. Suburbia is a word sometimes used by disgruntled teenagers to refer to the suburbs. However, suburbia carries negative More…

suburbia (9)

The suburbs of a metropolitan area ="I am taking 'The Visual Cultures of Suburbia' for my FWIS course next semester." Etymology : Possible blend of suburb (from More…

Suck-cessful

(blending of “suck” and “successful”) (of product or performance) bad but successful. This word is pronounced the same as “successful”, but a slight pause in delivery after the first More…

Suck-up

The act of trying to get ahead by doing anything. Usually looked down upon because he/she is acting like a slave. =Those kids are all suck-ups. They’re all volunteering to take notes for More…

suckage

Anything that is terrible, unpleasant. apparent meaning: Suckage takes it's meaning from the extremely common slang word 'suck' (v), meaning 'to be terrible, horrible, etc.' and turns it More…

sucktacular

of low or bad quality Like many of the words in todays speach this is a combination of two seemingly opposites. They are used to show the contrast between the clip spectacular and what More…

Sudafed

Describing a written piece lacking coherence or containing nonsensical or absurd ideas. Disjointed, incoherent, nonsensical, absurd. This word was first used during a particularly bad cold More…

sudoku

to work out sudoku puzzles, a new form of crosswords with numbers in squares that originated in Japan. Sudoku was originally named so because it is descriptive of what the puzzles actually More…

suffixize

To make a word or part of a word into a suffix. Eric B. innovated this word during a linguistics lecture at Rice University. The word was invented on the spot to help describe some of the More…

Sugalumps

A euphemism for testicles. This word originated with Flight of the Concords, a comedy band. The word ‘lumps’ evokes the shape of testicles. In the song where this originated, it speaks More…

suh

(contraction of a phrase;; blend;) “Suh” is a contraction of a phrase and a blend. It is used in place of the contraction “sup”, to simultaneously convey interest and confusion, or interest More…


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