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Two people who are extremely close friends – can practically read each other’s minds they are so close – and they plan to continue this friendship for the rest of their lives. =Amy and I More…

big brain

(compounding) well-thought-out or intelligent: smart, skillful. =Big brain stems from the conceptual metaphor associating greater quantity with greater quality plus the metonymic More…

Big clit energy

Similar to big dick energy - a vibe or feeling given that’s characterized by unearned confidence - but meant to associate strength with womanhood. Generally used tongue-in-cheek, as a More…

Big Deck Energy

(Creative Respelling) A general sense of pride and confidence. =Used mostly by Rice University students, specifically those housed at Martel College. The term which originally was an insult More…

Big leagued

to not notice someone or something, not acknowledging their presence Apparent Meaning: not paying attention to someone else; not acknowledging the presence of other people =Geez. You so More…

Big mood

A relatable negative attitude towards something. =Big mood has the literal meaning of “a large prevailing attitude.” A mood cannot be large and is typically associated with an emotional More…

Big sad

(Zero derivation and compound) A disappointing or unfavorable event =That was a big sad. Etymology : “Sad” is a zero derivation, because it usually is an adjective, but is used here as a More…

Big Sad

(Compounding) A standalone phrase utilized as a reaction to an unpleasant event; to denote a displeasing situation, action, etc. =This phrase is broad enough to encompass events from losing More…

BIG-EYED

One who eats when s/he is not hungry; greedy. =If I see food, I want to eat it. I'm so big-eyed. Etymology : compound of big+eye+d 'adjective forming =Conversation

BigKey

(Noun) When almost the entire population of a large group(more than 10 people) are all knowledgeable on something, typically a rumor. =“Bigkey everyone already knew that you and Jasmine More…

bigorexia

The condition of obsessively working out in the gym, particularly lifting weights intending to gain muscle mass and get “big”. =He’s so buff for no reason at all, he doesn’t even play More…

Bih

(noun) A female that is undesirable by virtue of her behavior. Used colloquially with friends to describe each other in a friendly way. ="Hannah is my bih." Etymology : Formed More…

bijillion

a nearly uncountable amount of things; more than a billion, maybe less than a google possible reason used: This term is easily recognized by most people to mean a nearly uncountable amount More…

binch

A deliberate misspelling of bitch to refer to a friend. =Lacks the negative connotation of bitch, and usually used affectionately. Etymology : Originally used to avoid replies containing More…

Bing it

(zero derivation) to look up on Bing, the online search engine. To search something up on Bing.com =“Just Bing it!” =Gossip Girl, Fall 2011

binge thinking

(present participle) Overthinking a problem; thinking obsessively and intensely over a short period. A massive burst of brain activity, mostly useless, in one sitting. Commonly used to refer More…

bingo-wing

the flabby tissue under the tricep muscle that moves when one waves his or her arm =The term ‘bingo-wing’ originated from the idea that old women often have flabby arms and when they wave More…

BIO

Used in many online games to indicate that one will go bathroom ="Sorry. BIO." "Why don't you go bathroom before we start to play?" Etymology : probably comes More…

BIOACCUMULATE

Process of absorbing nutrients from food. The speaker is a Bio-Engineering major, who is familiar with biological processes such as bioaccumulation. He merely widened the definition to More…

bioc

biochemistry; the study of chemical processes in living organisms =Bioc is a clipping of biochemistry. It can be used in any context to replace the word biochemistry, although it is More…


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