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rock up

to show up somewhere, normally without giving notice beforehand ("he just rocked up to my house today"). My roommates and I found that this was a very typical phrase in Australian slang, and More…

rock up

show up equivalent to ‘show up’; slang word that the user didn’t realize was not colloquial in American English =Ellen didn’t rock up to class. Etymology : More…

rocket jump

To propel oneself by directing an explosive device at one's feet. =The most common use of the term is in video games where it is possible to shoot a weapon such as a bazooka at More…

Rockin'

amazing =The Guster concert was rockin’ awesome =my best friend in high school

Rockology

(affixation) The study of rock-style music. =Small kids with basic vocabulary might misunderstand this word as a study of rocks (substance generated by cool lava). Etymology : Adding More…

Rocks

In shooter video games, refers to the rocket launcher. =The other team wrecked us last game because they got the rocks. Etymology : Clipping from rocket, referring to the rocket launcher More…

rockstarninja

People who have outstanding talent in a particular field. Has the same meaning as "rockstar," when we use the term broadly to refer to someone. =“Everyone is in the hunt. On any More…

Rockumentary

A documentary (that is, a non-fictitious presentation) on a rock ’n’ roll group. Documentaries are factual presentations, often comprising of interviews and a running narrative More…

Rockupied

(Describes a state of being.; The term is composed by blending the clipping "rock" from "rock and roll" with the word "occupied".) "Rockupied" is the More…

rococoesque

Possessing the characteristic of the rococo style, a style with asymmetrical forms and elaborate decoration. Although “rococo” itself is already an adjective, in order to More…

Rodification

the process of having someone named Rod do web design work. The word was used to indicate that another person was doing work on the website. This is important to the readers of the weblog More…

Roentgenium

The newest-named element in the periodic table, with atomic number 111 and atomic mass 272 Origin: This element was named after the German physicist Wilhelm Roentgen and has his name for More…

ROETHLISBURGER

a hamburger at a particular restaurant Type of word formation: Essentially a zero-derivation from the name of a football player, although the spelling is changed to convey the fact that it More…

ROFC

(Acronym) “Rolling on the floor crying” due to intense laughter. =This term is an extreme form of ROFL, which is Rolling On the Floor Laughing. The last word “crying” farther emphasizes the More…

roffle

(Sound Symbolism, Acronym) more phonetic representation of "rofl" which stands for "rolling on the floor laughing". All of these phrases have the same meaning, which is More…

ROFL

Acronym of Rolling On the Floor Laughing; internet expression of laughter. ROFL is a neologism associated with internet users (in e-mails, on instant messaging programs). It is most More…

rofl

Rolling on the floor laughing This word was formed as a quick way to visually express how funny the joke was. The person who said the joke can visualize the other person rolling on the More…

ROFL

An acronym for “rolling on the floor laughing” that is used in response to something funny. ROFL is an acronym for “rolling on the floor laughing.” It has evolved More…

rofl pwn

(typo) ”pwning” someone so badly that everybody around must be “rolling on the floor laughing” =Rofl pwn comes from an acronym and typo. The acronym is of “rolling on the floor laughing” More…

ROFL(1)

(Verb) ROFL is an internet acronmym for Rolling On Floor Laughing, and like all things internet it has adapted to popular culture and has taken on new real-life use, though usually in a More…


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