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Glocal

(adjective) Individual, group, division, unit, organisation, and community which is willing and able to think globally and act locally. ="That's a very glocal business." More…

glocal(1)

"think global, act local" is the phrase that the social justice movement in the u.s. has adopted =person 1: i just bought this organic zapatista coffee from my independent coffee More…

glock

(eponymy: GLOCK Proper N. > glock N.) a gun =The term glock has come to represent any gun, even when the gun is not manufactured by Glock GmbH. The term is likely to be used as an More…

glom

(pronunciation respelling) glom, v. To stick together, or grab hold of =Glom is a creative respelling of the word glaum, from Scottish. Instead of using -au-, the person changed to -o- as a More…

GLOMP

To launch one's self at another suddenly and forcefully in order to hug them tightly. ('I was so happy to see him that I glomped him and accidently knocked him down.' There may be some More…

glomp

To hug a loved one enthusiastically, to the point of tackling them. (not provided) =When my sister met me at the airport, she glomped me. Etymology : glomp. Blending of glom 'grab hold More…

Glomp

an exuberant hug/tackle combination. Usually surrounded by asterisks to indicate it is an action being performed. =*glomp* Thank you so much! Etymology : Possibly an acronym of Grab, More…

glomp

(novel creation) To do a running, jumping hug, usually from behind. Used to show happiness of arrival. =“I haven’t seen my best friend in months. When I see her at Thanksgiving break I’m More…

Gloopy

Gloopy describes something that is kind of runny and gelatinous but still maintains its shape. Both blended words mean approximately the same thing, so it is not that far fetched to combine More…

Glove

(Conversion) to catch or grab something with an extraordinary amount of agility and precision. =originally used as baseball terminology. to "glove" the ball means to catch the More…

glovese

In baseball, speech occurring with one’s baseball glove placed so as to obscure one’s mouth. The way that a pitcher and catcher speak to each other in a baseball game, which More…

Glow up

To grow up into being attractive =“He glowed up real good” Etymology : Glow + Up It replaces the word grow in grow up with the word glow. The term to glow means to give off a steady, More…

glue

sitting down and suddenly thinking of something you need to do but don’t get up =The glue hit me and I just kept watching television. Etymology : from O.Fr. glu "birdlime" More…


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