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dukey

the waste excreted out of the anus; feces =Used in young pop culture, for example, "I need to drop some dukey." Etymology : unknown

Dumas

One who acts like an idiot or a fool; one who acts like a dumbass I presume that my friend coined the term "dumas" because he wanted to find a less-vulgar manner of calling his other friend More…

Dumbakah

(Noun) An event that is a large waste of time where there are many Indian dances. =Dumbakah came about after a group of Rice students watched Damakah and were extremely bored. They said, More…

Dumbledore

Either the state of (noun) or act of (verb) good outwitting evil in an unlikely situation Origin: J.K. Rowling’s character of the same name in the popular Harry Potter book series. More…

dumbphone

a cellphone which does not have the capabilities associated with a smartphone, or any phone which does not operate correctly =dumb is used ironically to contrast with the smart generally More…

DumbSAS

A silly person who is also a member of the Rice University “South Asian Society” or “SAS.” It is typically used only jokingly and not in a derogatory manner. =There are multiple events More…

dummy

Very; excessively. Used to emphasize the degree of a characteristic, often with a self-deprecating tone. =“Question four of that problem set was dummy hard." Etymology : Originally More…

Dumplas

One who acts like a great idiot or a great fool, one who acts like a great dumbass The word was coined to described because the neologism "dumas" that my friend normally uses to describe More…

dumpy

An incredibly unhealthy meal usually made with copious amounts of butter =An adjective form of the word "dump" which means doing number 2 in the bathroom. Analogous to More…

Dunbar

Dunbar, v. is to have finished or completed a task or activity. It means that someone is thoroughly satisfied and relieved to have finished a difficult task. =Dunbar is an extension of the More…

Duncadoors

(Blending of the words 'Duncan', referring to Duncan College at Rice University, and 'doors') The previous set of double doors that connected the Duncan quad to the More…

Duncaroo

(Blending of the words 'Duncan', referring to Duncan College at Rice University, and 'kangaroo') A Duncaroo is a member of Duncan College, the 11th, newest, and best More…

Duncaroo (4)

(noun) Refers to undergraduate or former students at Rice University who was assigned to the residential college of Duncan. =The word is used both by members of Duncan College and by More…

Duncaroo(1)

(noun) Term used to refer to a member of Duncan college at Rice university. While many consider this a pejorative term, claiming that it is merely a reference to the snack food Dunk-a-roos, More…

Duncaroo(2)

(Metaphor; Stylistic Mispelling) f you are a member of Duncan College at Rice University then you are categorized as a Duncaroo, meaning that you are a part of Duncan college. (A Duncaroo More…

dunch

a meal in between lunch and dinner that occurs slightly closer to dinnertime =People commonly say “linner” to describe a meal eaten in between the times one would usually eat lunch and More…

Dunclandia

(Blending of the words 'Duncan', referring to Duncan College at Rice University, and Spanish 'Finlandia') Duncan College, the 11th, newest, and best residential college More…

Duncpup

(noun) a dog that is owned by a magister or RA at Duncan, or a dog that Duncan considers its own =This term is limited to Duncan College at Rice. It is in the Duncan constitution, so it is More…

Duncretary

(noun) the secretary position at Duncan College at Rice University, or the name given to the one(s) who hold(s) the position. =This term is used almost exclusively by those in or affiliated More…

Dune coon

A derogatory term to label citizens originating from the Middle East. The term is a racial slur singling out anyone with Arabic heritage or from the region in the Middle East. The word is More…


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