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wha

what; expresses surprise and slight disbelief. =Clipping of what. The clipping of the t creates a rushed sense, as if the user was suddenly surprised. Etymology : from Old English hwaet. More…

WHACK

whack [clipping of whacked] Adjective. Being incomprehensible, unbelievable, or outrageous in a negative way. apparent meaning: Whatever is being described is somehow wrong or bad, in the More…

whale

an older man that is extremely wealthy, that a 'gold digger' tries to land to milk money from in a metaphorical "large catch" =Usage: (taken from article) The More…

Whale

Used to express something cool or awesome, typically only in spoken slang. =“You traveled to Australia this summer? That’s so whale!” -overheard conversation with advisor Etymology : More…

Whammie

(Similar to the sound of an object hitting against another object (wham)) Whammie, n. A serious hit against the object in question, usually in a negative context. =Whammie was formed More…

Whangsta

One who pretends to be a gangster. The rapper probably used this word to mock all the people who pretend to be gangster, when they really aren’t. Thus, knowing the slang word whack, More…

whasian

A person of Asian decent who tries to associate himself with the white culture, ignoring his own, or vice versa. An Asian who acts as a stereotypical white person. This refers to people More…

What da funk

Expression of surprise and usually displeasure/annoyance. Apparently it’s also the name of a band, and a well-known expression by people across the country. It's a euphemism for WTF. More…

What up

An informal greeting popular among young people . It is a shorter way of saying hello. This greeting is becoming popular amongst American youth. =Hey, what up! Etymology : [what+up] More…

what's the deal.e.o

describing a more livelier form of what's the deal? As with B.E.A.U.tiful, what's the deal.e.o exaggerates the long vowel sounds in the word. This also has a rather similar form as coolio. More…

Whatchamahooha

(noun) Filler term used to describe something on the tip of the tongue. Variant form of whatchamacallit, presumably blended with some other word of phrase. Somewhat more childlike More…

whatchu

A word used to inquire or request something. =A word used to blend “what are you”. It is a blended word often times used in slang. The word blends in the words, “what” and “you”, More…

whatev

Whatever; used to express indifference, impatience, or dismissal. 'Whatev' has mostly the same meaning as 'whatever,' but it can have slightly different usage and connotations. 'Whatev' is More…

Whatev

Used simply to end discussion on a topic. It doesn’t matter, never mind, etc… This is a similar word to “Def” in that it is formed by clipping a word merely to make More…

whatev

expression used to indicate that a person doesn’t really care either way about a statement or idea =I mean, whatev - it's not that important to me. =My roommate

whatev

Exclamation used to disregard a previously stated point. An interjection used to disagree with or disregard another’s opinion. This is a clipping of the word ‘whatever,’ More…

Whatev

an apathetic brush off of a person or statement or a declaration of falseness. apparent meaning: whatever, apathetic, false reason used: The word whatever already conveys a feeling of More…

whatever

To dismiss or ignore. Desire to dismiss. =That guy really whatevers me. Etymology : Zero derivation of whatever =Conversation

whatever

to ignore, take lightly; to dismiss with the comment 'whatever' Whatever as a pronoun has become very common in teenage slang, particularly in response to a question or comment which the More…

whatevs (215)

indifference to a situation, not caring =This term is a clipping of the word ‘whatever’, to make it simpler to say. This word is normally used by people who used words such as ‘probs’, More…


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