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Frape (3)

(verb) To be hacked into facebook account and got privacy information being exposed =Since the facebook account is sometimes hacked and makes our lives inconvenient, people coined this word More…

frape (4)

(blend) Facebook raped; when you leave your computer unattended logged into Facebook and your friends post obscene or embarrassing messages on your behalf on Facebook. =Friend: "Hey More…

frape(2)

(blending) to attack someone’s Facebook page by changing their status, details, biography, profile picture, etc. when he/she is not at the computer but is still logged in on his/her account. More…

Frappe

A dessert drink made from a combination of milk, ice cream, and syrup. Used almost exclusively in the North East of the United States. Known as a "shake" in other parts of the More…

Frat Daddy

A pet name used by sorority members for their fraternity boyfriend. Carries similar connotation to “big man on campus”. Many males on Greek college campuses use this phrase to describe More…

frat-snap

to snap using only index and pointer fingers while flicking wrist as a form of response in the affirmative =Although this word contains a clipping from fraternity, its use has spread More…

Frat-tastic

(Blending) Something, usually a clothing style, that embodies characteristic of fraternity like style and is something to be admired, usually in a hilarious way. =Most typically describes More…

Fratacoly

term used to describe oneself or another after the realization of what you did the night before in a drunken stupor. as an abbreviated way of expressing his feelings =The next day, he was More…

fratastic

a word that describes something that would be extremely popular and prevalent in a fraternity. the speaker was almost poking fun at the foolish revelry that would occur in a college More…

fratastic

having the qualities of a fraternity =used to describe individuals or actions that are typical of fraternity brothers. Outside of fraternities, the term is often accompanied by a negative More…

FRATAY

a party hosted by a fraternity Apparent meaning: a frat party Reason used: frat parties are often referred to, so a quicker reference was needed (‘The fratay will feature lots of beer More…

Fratdaddy

Extreme person in a fraternity A fratdaddy is a guy in a fraternity who is completely wrapped up in all things Greek life. He wears golf shorts, polo shirts, and a strap on his More…

Fratitude

Having an attitude similar to that of males in fraternities, often seen as possessing large amounts of confidence. =The term ‘fratitude’ is used to describe an attitude that males in More…

fratmosphere

(masculine gender) A term used to describe a situation where there are many boys doing the same activities associated with fraternities. It’s a favorable condition, according to most boys. More…

fratstar

boy/young man exhibiting many fraternity behaviors =the etymology for this term is uncertain but can be used in casual conversation among college students and is understand in context. More…

Freakin' A

Definition: an expression of anger or surprise, used as a euphemism for the f-word Freakin’ A Origin: The f-word has come a long way in history, and its most recent transition was to More…

freaking

This is an adjective used in replace of the word f*cking. I had heard and even used this word myself before, but I never really realized how new this word really was to our vocabulary. To More…

Freakonomics

An abnormal, unusual, or highly irregular look at, or perspective of, economics. This blend was coined by the authors of the book Freakonomics, Levitt & Dubner, in 2005, to summarize their More…

Freaktifying

to "freak out" (slang) or to exhibit overly energetic and excited behavior While -ify usually is the morpheme for the gloss "to make into", the added "t" may come from electrify which has More…

freakum

attracting sexual attention; very attractive =The adjective is often used to describe women’s articles of clothing, such as dresses or high-healed shoes, which look very sexy or More…


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