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noice

(adj) nice =It is used instead of “Nice!” However, it cannot replace an adjective nice in the middle of a sentence. This is a sound symbolism of the way Australians pronounce nice. More…

noise

(Semantic Change. Metaphor with common definition of noise for act that causes annoyance. An example of polysemy.) Referring to a situation that is less than ideal. Often of great annoyance More…

nom

(onomatopoeia) exclamatory statement used much in the same way as yum, though perhaps more flexible in use =“They had the best food at the study break. Nom!” Etymology : Onomatopoeia More…

Nom

(onomatopoeia) An exclamatory expression of happiness in the act of eating. Similar to "yum". =I made really delicious brownies for desert. Nom nom nom. Etymology : An More…

nom (2)

Something delicious or yummy; food =The term is used as noun to indicate something that tastes good. The term can also be used as an adjective or a verb. Etymology : The word has gained More…

nom (3)

To eat, especially in a devouring fashion. Represents the sound made while eating, so although it can be used as a verb, as in "nomming," it is also often just added repetitively More…

nomable

A piece of food that is edible and tasty. It is capable of being "nomed". ="That pizza looks very nomable." Etymology : A compounding of the contemporary English word More…

NOMG

(NOMG is an word made from the first letters from the words "no, oh my God".; First the phrase "no way" is clipped to "no" then "no" and the acronym More…

noms

Food. =Slang. Used amongst people familiar with internet memes which characterize the sound people make when eating as “nom nom nom.” Etymology : A phonetic representation of the sound More…

non-game

a piece of software developed for a video game system that isn't a video game; i.e. a language learning program ="This month has seen the release of so many non-games for the DS More…

non-nutted

In the case of this unintentional coinage, it was used to describe brownies baked without nuts in them but could also likely be extended to refer to any food that has a recipe which More…

non-parented

Not accompanied by a parent or parents; not taken care of by a parent or parents Need of a adjective specifying a person who’s not accompanied by a parent =Hello fellow non-parented More…

Non-veg

(adjective; blending) Referring to the act of eating meat and not being vegetarian. =In societies where most of the people are meat-eaters, vegetarianism is a minority; however, in More…

NONCHEWY

Something on which a canine or other animal should not chew. (Be sure to discipline your dog if you catch him chewing on a nonchewy.) The columnist was seeking a way to refer to objects More…

nonplay

The opposite of play. A sociological description for the opposite of something well known. =The type of action sought by players depends on the amount of perceived risk or uncertainty More…

nontroversy

(blend of two words to form a noun.) A term meaning a dispute created based on unconfirmed sources of news to create a controversy for a politician. =Mostly used in internet forums. More…

Nonversation

(clipping+blending) A type of communication where words are not used but obvious feelings are expressed such as in using body language or facial expressions. =“…Then we had one of those More…

nonversation

Useless conversation that leads to no conclusion and that contains no fundamental purpose of the speaker. Usually happens in a party or loud places in which people doesn’t have the fair More…

nonya

None of your business. N. was speaking ‘none of your business’ quickly, which sounded like ‘nonya.’ =Nonya! Etymology : abbreviation of ‘None of your More…

nonymous

(Noun) The term anonymous(an- + -nonyma) means a person without a name or is used when the person does not want to disclose his/her name. Similarly the word nonymous means a person whose More…


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