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Boho

Referring to a specific Bohemian fashion style that originated in New York, New York, which is characterized by faded jeans paired with long dresses, draping blouses, flowing skirts, big More…

boho

It’s an adjective that describes something that relates to Bohemia or style originating from Bohemia. This word is probably used most frequently among people involved in the fashion More…

bol

it means "be on later." In modern times, people are in such a hurry that they'll come up with acronyms for pretty much anything. People do it just to save time from typing out the entire More…

bollards

posts stuck in a road to block traffic They’re shaped similar to buoys that direct ships in the ocean, so the word morphed into “bollards”, which direct cars in the More…

Bollocks

Damn, shit, sugar. Use this word when something goes wrong, to show frustration =“Bollocks!” Etymology : Brit. Slang =My teammate from England

bomb

To fail or perform horribly on an exam The metaphor in this semantic shift is apparent. Bombs destroy things in an fiery explosion. Bombing an exam is no different. Students feel as if they More…

Bomb

Good, awesome, attractive. =In the meaning of this word, it is clear that a semantic shift has occured. "Bomb" which would usually refer to a weapon now desribes a noun that is More…

bomb (2)

an attractive female that blows your mind away; on a scale from 1 to 10, she is definitely a 10 =Used to emphasize attraction towards a female Etymology : from French bombe, from Italian More…

bomb (4)

(zero derivation) An adjective meaning awesome; often excessively exaggerated and unnecessarily used because its described noun usually is not as cool or exciting as it is made out to be. More…

Bomb(3)

To go down a hill fast on a skateboard or longboard. =‘To bomb’ seems to be another term common in California. The term can be used to describe riding down any large hill or building on a More…

bomboclat

(adjective) expressing surprise or shock =This term is used mainly by Rastafarian Jamaican people. It is a direct loan which preserves its Jamaican roots, and therefore is seemingly like a More…

bonce

Used in order to highlight a point or drive home a win in a fight. It's a strange sounding word that when interjected in a fight helps to highlight the point that the speaker has just one More…

Bondage

any activity that would aid in the formation of emotional bonds between individuals partaking in such an activity The connotations are very sexual and thus this word is used to shock people More…

bondage

(noun) The act of team bonding. =“Watching a movie together sounds like great team bondage.” Etymology : Replacement of the usual suffix -ing with -age. Root "bond", phonetic More…

bondite

Chewing tobacco =Often used around the game of baseball to describe chewing tobacco. Etymology : unknown

Bondyke

To describe smokeless tobacco. In order to describe placing smokeless tobacco inside one's mouth. =Used in the Woodlands to describe smokeless tobacco. To take an amount of tobacco More…

Bone

To frown, pout, or show any sign of discontent with a facial expression. “Bone” is a popular slang used in Nigeria by mainly teenagers to refer to a frown or a facial expression More…

boned

a state of immediate trouble likely to occur when confronted with a problem with no obvious solution. Suggests being in between a rock and a hard place. Suggests the skeleton, or a corpse More…

Boner

One who acts stupidly, one who wastes time. Apparent meaning: a general derogatory term for a person Analysis of word: this word does not appear to have much of any logical connection to More…

bones

dollars or money. Apparently a frequently used slang term in Northeast. =I got 50 bones. Etymology : Zero derivation =Conversation with friend


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