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Awk (5)

(clipping) describes an individual or scenario that has violated a social norm in a manner that causes something to seem out of place. =The term likely arose because of its convenient usage. More…

awk (6)

(Clipping) awkward, weird =A simplifying or shortening of the word awkward into a one-syllable word, in keeping with many modernizations of words. Popularized in youth culture. Can be used More…

Awk (more than just clipping)

(adj.) Awkward. Also, generally bad or anything that would be a :/ in a text message (not quite sad, but something negative in the direction of being sad). It's rather hard to More…

awk sauce

(Compound of the words 'awkward' and 'sauce', with clipping of '–ward' from 'awkward') awkward, uncomfortable; usually used to describe a social More…

awk(7)

Feeling of embarrassment or inconvenience. =Well this is awk. (After a brief but awkward silence) Etymology : clipping of awkward containing awk meaning "back-handed" and the More…

awk23

(awkward) something that makes one feel uncomfortable or embarrassed usually in a social setting. clipping of “awkward” from mid-14c., "in the wrong direction," from awk More…

awkfest

a prolonged event or situation of extreme social awkwardness =The word awkfest results from the clipping of the word ‘awkward’ to ‘awk’ and then the blending of ‘awk’ with the word ‘fest.’ More…

Awkfest

(Blending and Clipping) Something incredibly awkward or something that causes people to become incredibly uncomfortable. The term 'awkfest' comes from a blend of the clipped forms More…

Awkie Momes

literally "awkward moments"; usually substituted for the adjective "awkward" when describing a situation or event ="I fell off my bed in the middle of the night More…

Awks

Awkward, uncomfortable Awks is a shorthand way to describe something which is awkward or uncomfortable. It can also be used to describe an awkward situation. It is generally used by More…

Awks (1)

(adjective; of "awkward") Awkward, used colloquially and informally, often in context of social media or casual conversations among friends. =I just said something I shouldn’t More…

Awkward turtle

(noun) term used to refer to a person who acts awkward in situations viewed by most people as “normal”. It can also refer to the situation itself, instead of the the person. =Bro, she More…

Awkword

(blending/clipping) A word that is difficult to pronounce. ="I don't know why the professor uses so many awkwords." Etymology : Blending of "awkward" and More…

awkword

(+ zero derivation/ nound) Weird-looking word/ ridiculously long word =awkword is pronounced the same way as awkward. Blending of a word “awkward” + “word” to combine the meaning of two More…

Awkword (2)

A word that could be awkward to say because of its difficulty in pronunciation. =Wow, hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia is a really awkward word. Yeah, you could even say that it’s an More…

Awkword(1)

Basically awkword has retained the components along with sound structure, of the base word awkward. Therefore we know that it refers to something that is difficult. The suffix “word” More…

Awky

uncomfortable, inconvenient. =This term is used when trying to make an awkward or uncomfortable situation more pleasing and easy to deal with. Etymology : A clipping of the adjective More…

axe shower

(metaphor) the act of spraying cologne or body spray all over one's body as a replacement for a shower =The phrase 'axe shower' is usually used among college students who More…

Axiomitize

To summarize the an area of study with a few simple rules that are always true. This professor enjoys making up words because he enjoys puzzles and being clever, as being a higher level More…

Ayer

(Other word formation type) The area of space directly above a person's body. Pronounced similarly to "air," but as two syllables with emphasis on the second syllable. More…