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To spend time exploring the articles on the Wikipedia website, or writing or editing articles contributing to the site Apparent meaning, etymology, and type of word formation: More…

wikipedia

to search wikipedia for the term The idea for the formation of the noun wikipedia is similar to that of encyclopedia. I'm not sure if I'm the first to say it, but the word is used in the More…

Wikipedia

the action describing looking something up on wikipedia.com This term is similar to the word “google,” which can be used as a verb. Similarly, to wikipedia means to look up More…

Wikipedia

A blend of the slang word wicked, and encyclopedia. I found this one while completing this project. I was asking a friend where I could find a place that might give sources of words not in More…

Wikipedia (2)

To look up information using Wikipedia. =Used often among youth because they are the group who most frequently use Wikipedia. Etymology : Wikipedia is a blend of wiki, a technology used More…

wikipedia (2)

The action of searching for a topic on the website www.wikipedia.org. =Used by those who are familiar with the website Wikipedia. Etymology : Originally a verb, wikipedia has become a More…

Wikipedia(3)

to look up a word or concept on Wikipedia =I am Wikipediaing. Etymology : wiki (unknown origin) + ped 'child' + ia (N) =http://octoberspirit.livejournal.com/9568.html, Dec. More…

Wikipediaed

It means to look something up on Wikipedia. =I wikipediaed the definition. Etymology : A brand (Wikipedia) is turned into a verb. =August 28, 2008: roomate: ‘I think it’s right since More…

Wiktionary

A dictionary on the internet that can be edited and added on by anyone. =This term is used when referring to the online dictionary. It comes from the same concept as Wikipedia, where More…

Wildcat

A type of football offense that features a running back in the position normally occupied by the quarterback =The term is used to indicate a particular kind of offensive football strategy More…

Wildin'

(affixation) Going crazy or acting insane. =He was straight wildin' last night at the party. Etymology : From verb wild “to run wild, refuse to be tamed,” from Old English awildian. More…

Windian

A person who is half-white, half-Indian. There are no words for humans who are blends of more than one race, and it makes sense to use a word for them that is the blend of the words’ More…

winding

To blow wind. I chose the word because English has no good way to say such a thing. “It’s raining; it’s snowing” sound natural. Why not “it’s More…

wine o

A person who consumes excessive amounts of wine for the specific purpose of getting drunk to avoid their problems in reality =The term wine o stems from the metonymic connection between More…

Wing

(metaphor) the fat tissue near the bicep and tricep muscles along a person’s upper arm =The term wing is reapplied in a metaphorical sense to the upper portion of a person’s arm. The wings More…

wingaling

a creature with wings apparent meaning: a creature with wings. The character in the cartoon was drawing wings. He wanted to describe the dragon now that it had wings, but wanted it to sound More…

winger

one who vocally expresses and advocates extremely partisan political ideas. Wingers loudly express their views and strongly advocate for a conservative, limited federal government dominated More…

winkleresque

Sporadic or random, commonly inappropriate =Adjective Etymology : Houston, TX =Used by social group to describe actions similar to that of another friend who tended to say completely More…

winterize

(affixation) To prepare something for cold weather. =Used to describe structures or inanimate objects; implies some type of physical improvement or transition to hardiness. Etymology : More…

Wire-baby

A word used to describe a person born from 1990-2000. These individuals are heavily reliant on wired devices such as Xboxes, DVD players, desktop computers, and HDMI inputs from their More…


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