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wig split

the act of getting shot in the head; what will happen if you get shot in the head. Refers to doing physical harm usually getting shot in the head. Formed by compounding two known words. Is a More…

Wig Split

To shoot someone in the head, or to split their head open with an axe or similar device. This word is formed by the physical splitting of a wig. If a person’s wig gets split, then More…

wigga

a white person who so admires Black culture, lifestyle and fashions, that they adopt aspects of it for themselves. Etymology : combination of the label white and the derogatory slang More…

Wigga

A derogatory term to label a Caucasian male trying to act African American. Upon asking my friends what the word means since I had heard it only a few times before, I discover that the term More…

wigga

A white person who acts stereotypically black, often dressing like a rap-star and using ghetto slang. It's an amusing way of describing someone's habits which are not seen as normal for More…

wigga (1)

(clipping and blending) someone that is white acting like a stereotypical black person. =Usually used on white males that engage in activities that are seen as stereotypically black. It is More…

wiggage

the quality of wavering and uncertainty. The movie itself was a teen-oriented film, and “wiggage” was among some of the new slang used. The neologism is another fun term to More…

wigger

derogatory term for calling Caucasian My friend, Mihir, likes to address others in an offensive way. He likes to mimic the usage of words in the movie. Thus, instead of saying nigger to my More…

Wigger

White guy who acts like he is (and in certain extreme cases thinks he actually is) black. Commonly made fun of by non-wigger white people. Acting black is viewed as cool by white people More…

wigger

A white person attempting to dress or act like a black person. The speaker was looking for a brief and clever way to describe the person’s clothing and actions. =The speaker was More…

Wiggins

a creepy and unsettling feeling This word is used to convey a ‘wigged’ out emotion that occurs when one is scared =Welcome to the Hellmouth “That place just gives me the More…

wigidigit

1. combination of words would-you-do-it-did-you-do-it? Jeff Foxworty invented this Redneck word to express the concept “Did you do it? If you didn’t, then will you More…

wiimote

a remote controller used to play games on the Nintendo Wii console =Wiimote is blending of Wii and remote. It works well as a blend because the ii in Wii and the e in remote have the same More…

wiki

a digital collection of information, accessible over the internet, that can be added to and edited by any user who views it wiki- is added to words to indicate that it is open to be edited More…

wiki

open source content that can be modified by anyone. Wiki is the internet buzz word of today, outpacing google in popularity growth. Wiki is not a word applied to non-internet contexts yet, More…

wiki

collection of information that can be contributed to or modified by anyone A wiki is usually an online site that allows users to create a database of information. The most well-known wiki More…

wiki

A web page which allows anyone to post stuff to it as well as allowing anyone to edit those posts. It sounds cool. =Someone completely changed my wiki post. Now it means just the opposite More…

Wikiality

(blending/clipping) Reality as determined by the masses or by popular opinion instead of factual evidence. ="I know it's wrong, but that's wikiality. Right and wrong More…

wikichase

game played on Wikipedia that requires the participants to start at one entry and navigate their way to another using only the links in the articles Etymology : blend of “Wikipedia” and More…

Wikilobbying

(blending/clipping) Paying someone to edit Wikipedia entries to cast a person, product or company in a better light. ="That guy was wikilobbying us, he gave us $20 to change the entry More…


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