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Liger

an animal that is a cross between a male lion and a female tiger Napoleon Dynamite is a known for its funny, random-sounding quotes. This is just one of them. There are real ligers, More…

light-loafer

someone who is rather light or small and therefore his loafers do not carry much weight; a person who is rather effeminate or homosexual. =My dad thinks that my roommate is a More…

lightningy

The taste of roasting flavor which is cooked via the method of being hit directly by a nature lightning. =This word comes from the movie. When two rats are cooking a mushroom using the More…

lightweight

Slightly; a little bit. =Originally, something that was described as light-weight was literally something that did not weigh a lot. However, the word was compounded and underwent a More…

like a G6

(clipping) describing something as really cool or awesome. =Now I'm feeling so fly like a G6. Etymology : from the song “Like a G6,” in which the phrase is referring to a Gulfstream More…

likely letter

an indication that chances are good one will be accepted into an organization =this term would refer to the fact that colleges and other organizations give out letters telling you that you More…

lil

A word used to imply something smaller or tiny. =It has a much more “cute” connotation . It is a clipping from the word, little. In this case the ‘-ttle’ sound from little is condensed More…

lil tingle

A slight pleasurable tingle sensation from brian that caused by listening to ASMR sound products. =It is a term that has new meaning and its usually used on internet. It is used by ASMR More…

limaòon

A figure in analytical geometry having a small elliptical loop contained within a larger circuloid construction. Appears almost exclusively in polar graphing systems =Encountered in Math More…

lin al

linear algebra =Do you think I should take lin al next semester Etymology : (linear -> lin) + (algebra -> al) =conversation with a sophomore enquiring about classes

linestub

one of many sequentially numbered slips of paper given to those standing in a queue in order to determine or preserve the order of service =Most Ticketmaster locations in the Houston area More…

liney

Describing a long vowel in Latin. Describing a Latin long vowel. Long vowels are often marked with macrons, or ‘lines’, in Latin textbooks. This word combines the noun More…

ling-ling

Linguistics, especially a linguistics class. The formation draws from derivation by analogy from the term bling-bling. Bling-bling was formed from a combination of sound symbolism and More…

Lingebra

Linear algebra. =There was some disagreement over how the “g” should be pronounced, whether as a velar nasal or as a voiced alveolar fricative. The ultimate decision, however, was to More…

Lingo

The language of a group of people. Can be connected through occupation, geography, or culture. =It is used in place of the word “language.” However, it usually refers to the specific More…

linguine

(semantic change) to hold someone down and punch their legs until they feel limp and useless, like wet noodles =Apparently used in circles where friendly hazing and physicality (or More…

Linguisms

Linguistic terms a shortened version of linguistic terminology, to express one’s thoughts quickly and concisely =Have you memorized all the linguisms for the test today? Etymology More…

Linkwhore

A person that spams chat rooms with hyperlinks unrelated to the topic being discussed. The term is widely used in chat rooms to describe a person that is overloading the screen with random More…

Linner

A meal between lunch and dinner, usually around 3 or 4 PM =Used in a younger context to describe a meal between lunch and dinner. This meal would typically occur around 3 or 4 PM. More…

Linsanity

Excitement over NBA player Jeremy Lin. First used by the press in February of 2012 to describe his sudden rise to fame during his series of top scoring games with the New York Knicks. Other More…


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