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woadie

a friend or buddy. It was coined as a term for expressing friendship or fraternity. =What’s up, woadie? =A friend

Wobble Walker

(wobble and walker) A very large, overweight person who appears to wobble as he or she walks. =When a person is severely overweight, they have so much extra mass on their body that they More…

wochnight or wochman

A guard or night watchman Wochnight is derived from night watchman in the English language. It maintains the same meaning, a night guard or night watchman. But as a result of clipping the More…

Woke

Aware of the true nature of society, especially as it relates to injustices involving racial or sexual minorities, or the inherent unfairness of the capitalist mode of production. “Paul is More…

wol

Waste of life. It was used as a clever way to insult someone without his/her knowledge, as very few people are familiar with the term and its connotations. =A friend was describing an More…

wolfram alpha

To type in or ask a mathematical question in the online answer-engine Wolfram Alpha ="Do you remember what the roots are for this equation? No, just wolfram alpha it. " More…

womance

A blending of the words "woman" and "romance," 'womance' is the female equivalent of 'bromance.' It refers to the platonic relationship between two More…

Womps

Childish description of an unpleasant activity. Used in place of “sucks”. =This womps. =Said by TJ on animated television show Recess.

wonderific

A word can be used to describe extremely good feeling ="Wow, that rainbow is wonderific!! That is the most beautiful one I've ever seen!" Etymology : Blend of wonderful More…

wondermus

characterized by a great quality, being exceptionally good, pleasing A history teacher of mine in high school uses this word to say that something is great, wonderful. It’s almost a More…

wonky

To be unbalanced or broken. To be somehow out of the ordinary. Used by a professor to describe the legs of a broken table. =Used by a professor to describe the legs of a broken table. More…

wonky

off-centered, slightly skewed, not quite right the word itself sounds not quite right =Destin, FL newspaper

woo-girl

(feminine, noun) a girl characterized the by the "wooing" sound she makes when excited or intoxicated. =Being described as a woo-girl can be a flattering or disheartening term More…

wood

The male penis when it is erect At this stage the penis resembles a red oak tree. The erection usually occurs at an unfortunate time, it must be hidden by walking hunched. =That girl makes More…

Woof

To be in a state of utter disbelief; used to express amazement. Apparent Meaning: It seems to be used when someone sees something that needs to be pointed out. Type of Word Formation: More…

woof

To talk trash in an attempt to intimidate, perhaps when one’s bark is worse than their bite. from a dog’s woofing, who usually only bark to scare away anyone they consider to be More…

woof(3)

(figurative) A term used in response to a statement to show disgust or dislike. ="Woof" is Used with the connotation of a dog bark in a disgusting manner, often associated with a More…

wooka

Super; ultra; uber. The word “wooka” has highly similar vowel sounds to all three of these possible synonyms, revealing a possible mechanism for its derivation. Some people More…

Woolly Booger

A hairy and frightening looking person. A "woolly booger" is a booger (bogeyman) that is very hairy. This type of person usually has a lot of facial hair. The characteristics of this type More…

woosh

to slide, slip or brush through A cool-sounding slang word used by teens and college students to express the smoothness of sliding something back and forth. =I just wooshed my rollerblades More…


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