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A cruel term used by Asian-Americans to describe recent Asian immigrants. ="I knew you were a FOB from the very day I set my eyes on you." Etymology : Modern English More…

fob [2]

Acronym for fresh off the boat. Used to describe someone who very recently immigrated from another country, particular form a country where a different language is spoken. Use of word is More…

FOB(3)

stands for fresh off the boat, refers to a foreign immigrant that has recently arrived to the United States that is unaware of the culture =A politically incorrect term to describe More…

Fobby

(acronym) A way to describe an immigrant who has not yet assimilated into the culture of his or her new location. =Originally an acronym for Fresh Off the Boat, my friend adapted this word More…

Fobby (1)

Originating from the term FOB, or "Fresh Off the Boat." An adjective used to refer to foreign people or immigrants who have not adjusted to American culture and society. The term More…

FoCo

A food court. =Do you want to eat at the FoCo tonight? Etymology : FoCo is the blending of two clippings: 'fo' from 'food and 'co' from 'court,' so it More…

FOFL

(verb) to engage in merriment including laughter but not necessarily including falling on the floor. An acronym of ‘fall on the floor laughing.’ =The term can be used interchangeably with More…

Fohawk

A hairstyle that is long in the middle and short on both sides. =Fohawk derives from Mohawk, an extreme hairstyle characterized by shaved sides and a long midline of hair. The “Fo-“ in More…

foid

an incredibly bad smell, a not quite indescribable stench, a smell somewhat less in degree than a dunst Since a dunst only happens once in a lifetime and defies any verbal explanation, More…

fold

to make several mistakes resulting in failure, usually referring to a performance It seems like the origin of this slang word comes from the traditional definition of the word More…

folder

to put something into a folder ="Verbing," or turning a word that is originally of another part of speech into a verb, is something that is very common now, with terms like More…

Folex

an imitation of a Rolex watch It was used to describe a fake or counterfeit Rolex. =I know a lot places you can buy a folex in New York. Etymology : folex. Blend of ‘fake’ More…

folksonomy

A classification system brought about by individuals' choices of tags for online content. =Usually the classifications are only consistent within a given website, allowing articles, More…

follow

This is to choose to view the tweets of other members of twitter. This has become a very popular term since even businesses have twitter accounts and can post. =The 100 people You Should More…

folx

(creative respelling) People or a certain group of people, usually intended to be inclusive of member of marginalized groups, particularly transgender people. This term is a creative More…

Folx

(Neutral gender.) A general term to refer to a crowd or a group without directly referencing anyone’s gender or sexuality. =The term is based on the word folks, but substitutes the -ks for More…

fomo

(abbreviation) fear of missing out something worthwhile =I was really tired last Friday evening, but I went to the party cause of my fomo. Etymology : abbreviation of the word fear of More…

FOMO

(Noun) It is an acronym meaning: “fear of missing out.” A state of anxiety resulting from feeling left out or feeling as if you are missing out on an amazing experience. =It has a generally More…

FOMO 2

An acronym for “fear of missing out”, usually on social events. =The term is used by Rice students a lot to describe the constant dilemma when there is a lot to study for, but also More…

fondie

Used to refer to the Fondren Library in Rice University. =The proper name of the building is clipped for economy of speech, and the –ie suffix added possibly to distinguish the clipped More…


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