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(novel creation) A pronoun used by individuals who do not fall on the binary scale of sexuality and gender. Thus, meaning the individual does not identify with male or female. Sometimes this More…

ZEBRATAUR

A creature with the torso of a human attached to the lower body of a zebra, having four legs on the zebra half and two human arms on the human half. Most likely, the cointer was seeking to More…

Zeek (3)

(Novel creation that my friend devised to serve as a nickname.) Someone who is tall, skinny and looks like a bird, very bossy with a false sense of authority. To pull a stupid move or act More…

zen

state of being without stress possible reason used: Elizabeth probably used this word to express more explicitly the feeling that she was trying to convey. This is also a new word that More…

zenful

peaceful and enigmatic; reflective of a mystical enchantment associated with Zen Buddhism. –Ful is can be glossed as ‘full of, characterized by’ and is reflective of words More…

zer-zer

(noun) A special charisma or drive for something, usually in a sports context. =It is unclear how this term evolved, it may be a regional slang (I heard it from a British speaker). It is More…

zerg

overwhelm an enemy by sending a vast number of weak, expendable units, expecting great losses but also great gains. On the internet and in online gaming, the word ‘zerg’ is More…

Zerg (1)

(Zero derivation) To completely overwhelm the enemy by vastly outnumbering the enemy as opposed to using any particular strategy. Zerg is generally used only in online references, though it More…

zerged

to be overwhelmed by weak but extremely numerous attackers. =Ex: “On Black Friday, deal-hunting shoppers utterly zerged the store.” Etymology : A noun to verb derivation of Zerg, a More…

Zerts

A short word used to refer to the word “desserts.” Zerts did not exist as a word until it was coined on the NBC television show “Parks and Recreation,” but since then, it has become very More…


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