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whitesque

characteristic of a white person To say something is whitesque is to say that it is typical of white people in general. The word is a blending of the morphemes ‘white’ and More…

whitewash

In any media that portrays humans, to make an overly large percentage of the characters white ="The reality is that the whitewashing of video game characters is a choice." More…

Whodi

A favored person =Yea…she’s my whodi! Etymology : It was used to refer to a girlfriend (friend) =A friend

whomp whomp

(imitation) sound used to denote helplessness or mild despair in a situation, derived from sound effect in video games or cartoons =person 1: “I have so much homework tonight. I shouldn’t More…

Whoogle

(Dr. Who and Google) The celebration of Dr. Who's 50th anniversary by Google. Google's homepage was made into a game in honor of this occasion =Dr. Who is a popular television More…

Whoop

Short cheer that Texas A&M University students/alumni do to show their excitement after a good sports play done by a Texas A&M sports team. Apparent meaning: a short cheer that students More…

Whooped

To be defeated; to be beaten. =It is more related to the interjection “whoop!” (oops) than to the verb “to whoop” (scream). The derived participle serves as a predicate and indicates some More…

Whoosh

(response/exclamation) Whoosh’ is a term used almost exclusively online in response to someone who hasn’t caught on to the sarcasm in a joke. ‘Whoosh’ is an onomatopoeia for the sound a joke More…

whopperjawed

Askew, ajar, not fitting quite as something should The speaker had been reared using this word as a synonym for ajar or broken and stuck in an awkward position (as a jaw might be after More…

whore

(noun to verb) Used to refer to eating a lot of food at one time; stress eating =Instead of referring to the noun form of whore, a prostitute, my friend used it to represent the action of More…

whosever

Used to indicate that which is owned by an unknown person Possible reason used: Possibly easier to say. An unexplained grammatical change. It could be a different grammatical use of the More…

Whovian

(reanalysis (also possibly analogy)) Any fan of the BBC TV series “Doctor Who” (The plural form of this is “Whovians”) =“Meghan finally started watching Doctor Who- she’s turning into a More…

Wicked

Used to emphasize something or used as an intensive. This word can be used in both a positive or negative context. The context example provided shows the use of the word More…

Wicked

Definition: a term much like ‘very” preceding any adjective in order to add emphasis. Part of Speech: adjective Wicked Type of Semantic Change: widening or generalization (not More…

Wicked

An event, place, or idea that is awesome or neat in nature. Wicked is another term for something that is awesome or cool. It does not have a negative connotation in this form. The word has More…

Wicked

An event, place, or idea that is awesome or neat in nature. Wicked is another term for something that is awesome or cool. It does not have a negative connotation in this form. The word has More…

wicked

(amelioration) It means cool or awesome. ="That was a wicked new song!" Etymology : o Wicked used to have a very negative meaning. It meant evil, mean, and/or awful. Nowadays More…

wicked (1)

(semantic change) An adjective that modifies in intensity another adjective often with positive connotations. This adjective seems to follow the same pattern as other slang intensifiers such More…

Wicked (2)

(affixation) refers to something that is really cool or exciting; commonly used in England =That game was wicked! I'm so glad England won. Etymology : wick (comes from “wicca” More…

Wiessify

To take anything like a dance, party, etc. and apply nudity that would remind anyone watching it of Wiess's Night of Decadence, especially when performed by Wiessmen ="It looks More…


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