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clifford

getting embarrassed =I started to get clifford after they told me my zipper was down. Etymology : origin unknown =Clifford: The Big Red Dog

Clintonomics

The economic policies implemented by Bill Clinton when he was in office as president. Adding "omics" to the end of a president last name is a now common way of referring to the economic More…

clipart

A collection of pictures available for pasting into a document It’s art. And in a figurative sense, you clip it in your documents. Therefore, clipart is a logical combination. More…

CLIPPER

Earrings with clips for non-pierced ears She used the new shortened word "clippers" meaning ‘earring with clips.’ It was also used to make it sound more like a kind of jewelry. More…

clippy

Short, cut off prematurely Reason used: The word was used to describe a problem with how a section of music was being played. The conductor did not have time to explain what he wanted at More…

cliq

A tight-knit group of girls, generally viewed as cool, stylish, or popular. Pronounced /klik/. ="Cliq" is used much in the same instances that "clique" is - it carries More…

Cliqueification

Cliquefication comes from the idea that cliques can form; it is the process by which these subgroups in society create themselves. It is used when a group of people starts breaking up into More…

Clitoral Moment

A device used in a serious paper that has no real purpose in advancing the topic of the paper but is included purely because it feels good. : A bit of a paper having no real value or More…

Clockwise

To move in the direction of the forward movement of the hands of a clock. =The word was used by a friend when asking the people at our table to move clockwise around the table to make room More…

cloisters23

a covered walkway in a college or cathedral with a wall on one side The original purpose of cloisters was to afford a place in which the monks could take exercise and recreation" More…

cloits

A muscle that covers the shoulder joint. “Cloits” is shorter than “deltoids” and has a punch sound. The formation of this word is similar to “pecs,” More…

Clonant

Person whose DNA has been used to create a clone. =This term is used primarily in bioethical arguments regarding human cloning. The term was coined by philosopher Leon Kass in order to More…

Clone

A piece of computer software designed to capture a market segment held by a similar, highly successful piece of software. (‘Arrgggh! The shelves are flooded with Doom clones!’) More…

Cloogie

Intentionally performing an action in a poor manner. Cheating in a way in that someone does a half-assed job. Slang catch-phrase of Steve Rooke. He often describes my computer science More…

close

turn off [light] Steven may have used this term thinking that closing the door and turning off the light has the similar consequence. As we go to bed, we close our door first and then go to More…

cloud

Term used to refer to the hundreds of computer clusters owned by large corporations in large quantities of information about us or relevant to us is stored. =Often referred to as "the More…

Cloud (2)

(metaphor/ noun) Web-based storage =This is started as a technical term that refers to a web-based storage where people can access anywhere and anytime as long as there is internet access. More…

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(metaphor, noun) The imaginary place in which information is stored online. =This term is used to refer to cloud computing, or storing information online. Used widely in corporations to More…

Clout

(New meaning) Power and influence =The celebrity used his clout to get out of jail time. Etymology : from the verb form of clout, “to beat, strike”, from Proto-Germanic klutaz. =Friend

Clout(2)

(Noun) Being well known throughout a general population, typically in a positive regard. =“I need more followers on Instagram so I can have more clout” Etymology : None =Conversation


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