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pedoman

man who has a long mustache, or pedostache, and is a convicted sex offender =There is a pedoman who lives down the street from me. I keep my children far away from him. Etymology : blend More…

Pedosmile

(NOUN)

Pedostache

The creepy mustache stereotypically associated with a pedophile. One of many possible characteristics of a CARB. ="You know, you really should shave that pedostache." Etymology More…

pee-shy

(and euphemism) Incapable of urinating in the presence of others. Speakers compounded the words “pee” and “shy” together to refer to the medical condition paruresis. “Pee-shy” appears to be More…

peedle-deedle

(Extension) To urinate =" I have got to peedle-deedle!" Etymology : Derived from the word "pee," which is an informal term for 'to urinate.' The extension to More…

Peednus

(Sound symbolism) Refers to the word "Penis" =It is used to emulate the sound of the word "penis" as an insult to people with the name Sundeep. It is a derogatory word More…

Peegasm

A feeling of euphoric relief centered in the groin area experienced when you finally use the bathroom after having refrained from urinating for an extended period of time for reasons such More…

Peel

Abilities including those like crowd control, or speed-increasing abilities that help allies get away from enemies who are attacking them, can be used as a noun or a verb =This word is More…

Peeling

(Verb) Used in the exact same way as, "Why you hatin'?". It shows disrespect. Although it is a form of the verb "to peel", the only form of the word I have ever More…

peelout

To leave tire tread marks by accelerating a vehicle quickly and depositing rubber on the road by means of friction. ("When I peelout, we’re going to go so fast that we’ll leave More…

peen

A euphemism for the word penis. =The word is used in a situation where the speaker feels uncomfortable saying the word penis. She starts out as if she is going to say the complete word, More…

peep

member of one's social circle. The formal word "people" may have been shortened to “peeps” for casual use when referring to one’s friends. "Peeps" is shorter and hence More…

Peep-toes

Peep-toed shoes - shoes with a hole at the tip that shows a small part of a person’s toes to show =The term peep-toes uses metonymy by referring to the peep-toed shoes as the More…

Peeps

people I think that the rapper Biggie Smalls created this word because it clearly stresses the meaning of people(s), while using only one syllable instead of two. He has a very fast style More…

peeps

people A very cutesy way of referring to people. The initial syllables in both the original and new word have the same sounds. However, “peeps” for me will always have a More…

Peeps

Persons with which one has a close fraternal or familial relationship. The term seems to convey a meaning of a close circle of friends with which a person associates himself or herself. More…

peeps

Someone's family or friends It is usually heard in casual conversations (slang). With people working and speaking faster these days, peeps has become more frequent as it involves using More…

peeps

Friends. The word ‘peeps’ is a slang way of talking about one’s friends. Similar to most clippings, it was probably formed simply as a shorter and faster way to say More…

peeps

A people, a group of persons with something in common Reason used: The word was used by my friend to describe people similar to him in a humorous manner. The word “people” was More…

peg

(generalization) To hit someone with a ball, usually a tennis ball; to be hit by a ball. =I first heard this term being used when playing tennis games that involved the loser being served More…


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