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slang for marijuana/weed =I hope he has some green on him 'cause I need to relax. -used primarily by marijuana users Etymology : analogy from marijuana being green in color, More…

greener

Informal term for a foreigner with a heavy accent who has come to work legally in the United States. ("That Indian math teacher is definitely a greener; I just can’t understand him.") More…

Greenness

A characteristic of a city, which reflects the state of its ecology. =Unlike its 2 common meanings, "somehing not ready yet" and "something green, e.g. More…

Greenwashing

Greenwashing is when corporations try to appear ecologically friendly when in reality they are not. =Several water bottle companies use greenwashing frequently, claiming that the smaller More…

Gregariah

Person whose conduct resembles that of Rice student Greg Larsen This word refers to a person who presents an action or manner that resembles Greg Larsen. The GREG root is derived from the More…

grenade

Women who seem unpleasant, as though about to explode. A grenade usually does not explode immediately. However, the anxiety and tension of waiting still convey a deadly feeling. Hence, More…

Grenade

(zero derivation, metaphor) grenade- a term used to describe an unattractive or unpleasant female, usually when she is with a group of attractive friends. =The term was popularized by the More…

grenade (5)

an unattractive female =Slang used by young males from the New York/Jersey area. A metaphor comparing a female to a dangerous object preening to explode, thus the female is not good More…

Grext

A text message or messaging app group =Originally referred to texting groups but has been expanded to any messaging app group or even social media direct messaging group. Etymology : A More…

Grey Thursday

(metephor) Definition: Thanksgiving Day. Derived as the day before Black Friday. With stores opening up closer and closer to Thanksgiving day, some have started to recognize a More…

griefer

(noun) Video game term. A person described as causing grief, especially in the sense of destroying public property for mischievous reasons.. Originated in Minecraft where the goal is to More…

grill

Mouth or smile, usually referring to gold or platinum teeth in the mouth; personal space. The apparent meaning in this context is the mouth or teeth. In the second example, it can also mean More…

grill

one’s smile or teeth, especially if it is metal-plated OR metal plate on the front of cars OR one’s private business This word has multiple meanings in slang today. First, it More…

grill

jewelry worn across the front teeth Grill has been used longer to refer to the mouth, especially the grill-like facade formed by smiling teeth. Through metonymy, this simply attached More…

grill

Teeth or accoutrements thereon. Grill is an image-based metaphor that plays on the way the lines between teeth, both between adjacent teeth and upper and lower teeth, take the form of More…

grille

gold/silver teeth caps A grille in your teeth does resemble a car’s front grille (the part that sits above the front bumper, often made of shiny metal). The metaphor makes sense. More…

Grillin'

Definition: To continuously stare at someone with intense animosity Grillin’ Origin: Came from the African-American lexicon, I first heard it in July of 2005 from my brother who went More…

grind

To do something dull and repetitive in a video game, in order to gain progression (such as player skills or levels) of some sort. ="I had to grind for 10 hours straight just so I More…

Grind

(Noun) A state of studying/working very hard to accomplish a goal =Formed from the verb grind meaning to do dull, hard work. The definition has broadened slightly to encompass all kinds of More…

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