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katakata

Confusion or chaos Katakata is derived from the word “scatter” in the English language and it maintains a similar connotation. It doesn’t exactly mean to scatter, but More…

Kawaii

Very adorable and cute. "Kawaii" tends to be used for exceedingly cute things like puppies or adorable animated characters. The writer sought to incorporate a part of Japanese culture and More…

kawaii

to describe cute,lovely, usually small things =kawaii! this kitten is sooooo adorable Etymology : Japanese =a Chinese friend

kawaii

(loanword) A term used by anime fans to describe cute things, usually young animals. =“Ahh, your dog is so kawaii!” Etymology : Japanese loanword meaning cute =facebook comment, 2013

Kawhilights

(Noun) Sports highlights featuring San Antonio Spurs’ Kawhi Leonard =Because Kawhi Leonard is the Spurs’ star player, he gets a particularly high amount of screen time. Thus, much of the More…

Kaybye

A particularly emphatic informal dismissal/farewell. =It is based in its composition on the word “goodbye” but is intended to be harsh or dismissive, rather than pleasant. (Often More…

kayes

derived from the scorer’s abbreviation ‘K’ meaning strikeout. Means to strike out in the game of baseball. Also spelled as K’s. In baseball the letter More…

Kayjay

Someone who puts an end to all happiness The abbreviation of kill-joy to kayjay might have been made in order to keep the meaning more obscure to other listeners of the conversation. This More…

Kden

(clipping and derivation) Kden is an exclamation most often used on text or social media to acknowledge that a message has been seen. =Me: “I’ll be there tonight around 10” Friend: “kden” More…

kdope

(slang; (verbally: clipping and compounding)) extremely cool (as in slang), great =The term is used as a new way to describe an object or situation as extremely cool, or literally a More…

Ke$ha-Skanky

(eponym) describes someone who dresses and appears “slutty” and drunk. =Ke$ha is a contemporary R&B artist who appears to be in a party-attire in every single one of her music videos. More…

Keaton-esque

(Affixation) Similar in appearance, action or style to a work or actio of Buster Keaton. In the case of the citation, the term 'Keaton-esque', formed by affixation, was used to More…

keel

Slang for "to die." Presumed reason for coinage Shortened version of "to keel over." Notes "To keel over" is an irreverent, joking way to describe dying – it has the potential to be More…

Keen Bean

An eager or interested person. This term is very similar to the American term ‘eager beaver.’ The choice of ‘bean’ was most likely dictated by the fact that it More…

keeping it one hundred

to tell the honest truth; being frank to yourself and your peers; being who are you are no matter what =Replacement for 'keeping it real' Etymology : Derivation of More…

kegerator

Device used to keep large drink containers (“kegs”) cold. Speaker wanted to use a colorful word to describe an object he needed. This term also is well-known among the drinking More…

Kegerator

A system that cools a keg, while being able to dispense beverages from it. The kegerator is in itself, its own system that generally has a tap with a handle, and keeps the keg itself More…

Kegerator

A cool chamber whose function is purely for keeping kegs at the proper cold temperature. Its design allows the keg to be tapped and poured from all while being contained in the kegerator. More…

Kegerator (2)

A system that cools a keg, while being able to dispense beverages from it. The kegerator is in itself, its own system that generally has a tap with a handle, and keeps the keg itself More…

Kegoff

Contest in which participants compete in teams to see which can finish a keg of beer in the least amount of time apparent meaning:contest in which teams compete to see which can finish a More…


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