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Going postal

To commit murder, mass murder, or a killing spree in the workplace, generally by a current or former employee This is a euphemism for being stressed and makes reference to problems within More…

Gold Digger

A female who is in a relationship with a man solely for his wealth. =“ He’s twenty years older than her, she’s obviously a gold-digger man.” Etymology : Compounding of the words “gold” More…

gold-digger

Woman who partakes in a relationship to obtain money and luxuries through the man. ("That gold-digger obviously isn’t attracted to the 98 year old man; she’s just in the More…

goldbug

somebody who is a vocal proponent of investing in gold on its spectacular run over the last year; possible analogy to 'bedbug' as infestations of both have happened over a similar More…

GOMER

Helplessly sick patients with no chance of improvement even with medical intervention The doctor who used this word was aware of the fact that the specific patient had no chance of getting More…

Gomer

An acronym used between emergency room medical professionals meaning ‘Get Out of My Emergency Room’ to express frustration of having patients who have non-emergent medical More…

gone

Very, very drunk; to the point where it seems that the person really does not know what he or she is doing, and shan't remember in the morning either. ="Dude, I saw you at Pub More…

goob

a person who is being a nerd. Synonymous with the phrase "wet blanket." Used to describe a person who is being a nerd. Shortened from goober. =Quit being such a goob. Etymology : More…

Goober

A silly person A 'goober'is an individual that has a funny and crazy personality. The original term ‘goober’ was another name for peanut and is recognized by many Southerners. More…

goober

(metonymy) a lovable goofball. =used as a childish way to say goof ball. For instance, Spongebob Squarepants Etymology : the name of a snack food that is similar to goof so people More…

Goober (1)

(noun; novel creation) A person who is annoying, obnoxious, or child-like. Typically refers to a male who is loud and physically large. =This term was likely created due to its similarity More…

goofle

(blending) the result of a mis-typed search using the Google search engine, typically when it results in something silly or funny. Etymology : from "goof" and "google" More…

goofy

(metaphor) a word used to describe the actions of someone, usually these actions are not considered smart choices; someone who is not “quick on their feet”; can be used to describe an More…

goog

a search on Google =this word is as far as I know used exclusively in the phrase ‘give it a goog’ by my roommate’s advisor and his O-Week group. This makes it a niche Rice slang term. The More…

google

to perform an online search for a certain subject or interest, either on google.com or another search engine Possible reason used: There is no other single word to express the action of More…

GOOGLE

To search on the Internet using the Google search engine. This is a succinct way of describing doing an Internet search with Google. Google has become so popular among college students More…

google

To search for information using an internet search engine. Google has become such a popular search engine that the phrase ‘search for information on the internet’ has become More…

google

to search on the internet. Reason Used: google.com is becoming so popular in our life, we use it to search for things. As a result, “google” is used to express searching on the More…

Google

Specifically to use the google search engine to find out about something. More generally, it can mean to use any internet search engine to get information on something. The search engine More…

Google

To search for on the Internet. The verb form of the company’s name means “to search using Google”. It’s become standard enough to be a general word for “to More…


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