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fembot

Female robot Possible reason used: English has different names for the male and female versions of several animals. It seems reasonable that if robots had gender, we would refer to them as More…

Femcel

a female who is unable to obtain romantic or sexual success usually due to their appearance Etymology : blend of “female” and “incel”, with “incel” being an assimilation of “invcel” More…

Femcho

A well-muscled and aggressive female. The female equivalent of the English word "macho"--i.e., a well-muscled and aggressive female. In this case, there is no other word for the female More…

femicide

femicide, n. A systematic campaign to destroy women =Femicide was most likely made by back formation of the word homicide, 'the killing of one human being by another.' The person More…

Feminazi

A driven, independent woman who is actively and aggressively pursuing a cause. The term Feminazi catches a lot of attention, especially due to the Nazi ending. Nazi has shock value because More…

feminazi

a feminist woman, by definition, hates men It is a derogatory term used for feminist women who stand up for women’s rights. In the show, the speaker accused a woman of defending More…

Feminazi

Term categorizing hard-line feminists. (“Although she has strong convictions, I wouldn’t call her a feminazi”). The speaker was using this term to characterize hard-line More…

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A woman who prefers the superiority of women as opposed to the equality of gender =The term 'feminazi' was adapted to the modern English language in order to describe an More…

feminazi1

A term used, mainly by misogynists, to describe overzealous or hysterical feminists. Feminazis go so far in their pursuit of advancing female rights that they make it a goal to decrease More…

ferda

(also an article; Blend between for and the.) Generally used as a way to signify what action will happen for what group. It is a linker between some event or action and who that action is More…

Ferreal

A statement meaning “for real.” Used when agreeing with something. =“This chocolate cake is amazing, ferreal” Etymology : A blending of the words “for” and “real”. =Conversation with More…

Fess

to refrain or keep away from It was used as a hip way of saying, “don’t avoid the issue. =Dude, don’t fess. Just ask her out already. Etymology : fess. Borrowed from More…

Festive

(Adjective) infested with fun =Used to describe something that can be considered fun or joyful. Came from a misunderstanding of "fun and festive" for "fun infested" and More…

Festivus

a day of celebration on the day when everyone in the suite is done with finals during the fall semester. Originally, Dan O’Keefe invented the non-denominational holiday celebrated on More…

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(blend) A made up holiday celebrated on December 23 in an episode of Seinfeld. =In the episode, people celebrate made up traditions just like any other holiday. Festivities include an More…

fetch

Cool; excellent; first-rate In the movie, the character was trying to seem more popular and cool by inventing her own word and trying to make it catch on. Now some people use it in every More…

fetch

This is an adjective that means neat or awesome Throughout the film, Gretchen tries to get the word fetch to catch on and get everyone to start using it, instead of saying More…

Fetch

describes something very desirable It possibly originates from the definition of the verb, fetch, which means to “go in quest of an object and conduct back.” =That bag is so More…

Fetch

1. Cool, stylish In the movie Mean Girls, one of the popular girls tries to compliment another girl by saying that her skirt is “fetch.” The other girls react very hostile to More…

Fetch

Cool, with a nuance of having the quality of being superior in some way. For the girls in this movie, “fetch” is used with the connotation that whatever is “fetch” More…


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