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Tea

(metonymy) the empirical truth. The ultimate gossip, news, or highly sought after information. =Found predominately in the gay community. Possibly a metonymy arising from the act of More…

Tea-lady

Definition: Term of endearment or an insult in reference to one’s female partner or more commonly mother. Tea-lady: Origin: My first experience with the word came as recently as More…

Tea-sip

a person who is not from Texas Reason used: The word was used to describe non-Texans in an informal and humorous way. Texans supposedly being more robust than people from other places, it More…

TEAFFEE

A hot drink made from coffee beans and tea powder. Possible reason used: My uncle obviously did not want to leave his morning drink nameless. He knew it was neither tea nor coffee. In More…

Tebowing

(eponym) To get down on one’s knee and pray after accomplishing something, but sometimes done for no apparent reason. An act of praising and honoring God. Started by football star Tim More…

Tebowing (2)

to bow one's head in prayer while on one knee =The term is used to describe the pop culture action of taking a picture of yourself with your head bowed in prayer and on one knee. The More…

tebowing10

(verb) It refers to when a person gets down on one knee and puts his or her elbow on the other knee. Then you make a fist and put it on your forehead. You are supposed to be praying when you More…

tech

1. In videogame Super Smash Brothers Melee, to tap the control stick left-right-left-right repeatedly as fast as possible, creating a certain effect on your character “Teching” More…

Techie

One who has proficient skill in the technological fields. It is a concise way of referring to specific people, much like a nickname. This nickname refers to a special group that possesses More…

Technicolor Yawn

a more lyrical and colorful term for vomit, referring to the sometimes vivid range of food people eat and can throw up.The phrase is in part a metaphor relating the action of yawning and More…

techno-hubris

a large dependence and belief in technology and that technology can save humanity from anything =Seemed like the author needed some new term to describe how extreme our dependency is on More…

technochicken

Person afraid of recent technology and avoids such machines as computers. Technochicken is one of many words being concocted en mass to cope with the flood of new objects, titles, and More…

Technocrats

A person who is knowledgeable and skilled in new technologies, who usually believe technology is the answer. apparent meaning: A group of people especially proficient in technology, who are More…

Technoexorcism

The purging of a system, likely a computer, of unwanted programs, typically viruses =The term “technoexorcism” would most likely heard by expert users of modern technology. It relies on More…

technology-y

relating to technology or the STEM fields =Though the correct form would seem to be technological, the word was likely formed on analogy to other informal adjectival words like mathy or More…

technolust

Enthusiasm to embrace and to possess new technology, and to exploit it to its fullest advantage. It is one of the buzzwords of the technology age, and it brims with energy and youthful More…

Technolust

The desire or craving for ownership of the newest, shiniest, or fastest models in technological development. apparent meaning: Yearning after the newest technology. This creative word More…

Technophobe

(blend, clipping) A person who is not proficient at using new technology, and, therefore, avoids using technology such as computers, cell phones, or portable music. =Much like other phobias More…

TECHNOPHOBIC

Characterized by a fear of new technology and failure to operate it successfully. Possible reason used: The person wanted to describe her fear of technology in a sophisticated and succinct More…

technoscientific

of or pertaining to both technology and science =This is a very technoscientific project. Etymology : From techno(logy) + 'scientific' =Television


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