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To add someone as a friend on The Facebook online social network for college and high school students. The proper noun, Facebook, has been zero-derived to form a verb that means to add More…

Facebook

to look someone up on the website www.facebook.com and ask them to be your “friend.” ="Facebook me!" Etymology : from modern english =my friend down the hall from me

facebook

to contact someone via TheFacebook.com; to participate in any activity via TheFacebook.com As the age of computer technology flourished and online communication became increasingly popular. More…

facebook

This is the name of the popular college and high-school networking site Facebook.com. Comes from the populer website thefacebook.com. Using metaphor as if the website entries are book More…

facebook

contacting someone through thefacebook.com website Since the website has become a popular way to meet new people or stay in touch with friends, it follows that it is popular/trendy to More…

facebook

to add someone as a friend in an online directory called the facebook =Facebook me! =Friend's AIM profile message

facebook

a website that allows for intra and inter-college networking that student join to meet and stay in contact with other students. the people who started this website created the word facebook More…

facebook

To add someone to one’s network of friends within the Facebook community reason used: This word’s meaning was logically extended from a noun to a verb because the purpose of More…

facebook (1)

To go onto the facebook website and add as a friend someone you know or someone who told you to =I first heard this word during Rice O-week when one of my new friends told me to facebook More…

Facebook (1)

The act of doing any activity on the social networking site Facebook.com; usually refers to hours spent surfing the site and looking at other profiles ="I didn't get any work More…

facebook (2)

to look up someone’s profile on Facebook or participating in any other activities associated with Facebook =Facebook was originally the name of an online social network for college More…

Facebook Hoe

A person who intentionally uploads excessively revealing pictures onto their Facebook profile to attract extra attention =This term actually comes from the original term “Facebok Whore,” More…

Facebook official

When a romantic relationship has been significant enough to be actually or theoretically listed as legitimate on the social networking site “Facebook.com.” =This term came into existence More…

facebook rape

When someone's facebook account has been hacked by someone else, as made apparent by a self-derogatory comment the hacked facebook account might display. ="Hey Jae, what's More…

Facebook Slut

Definition: Term for a person who is obsessed or addicted to the internet cite “The Facebook” and is constantly checking on their status on the network. Facebook slut Origin: I More…

Facebook stalk

To closely follow the activity of others through use of the networking site, Facebook =This means to stalk and surveillance the activities of a person without them knowing through the More…

Facebook(2)

(from internet) It means to look up or message someone on facebook. =Used almost everyday by teenagers and college students as they use facebook to avoid doing work. Etymology : Comes More…

Facebookable

(affixation) 1.Worthy of a Facebook post 2.Appropriate enough to be seen online, especially on Facebook The suffix –ble indicates that this is an adjective. However, this word is not really More…

Facebooked

(affixation) to send a message to someone's inbox on Facebook (very similar to an email); to post a message for public viewing on someone’s wall on Facebook =When she lost her phone, I More…

facebooking

looking up random information on various friends or acquaintances Apparent Meaning: There is a website called thefacebook.com. Most of the students at rice are on it. It allows you to More…


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