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Phish

Spam or fraudulent emails that suggest great rewards and prizes for signing up, but only exist to scam people out of money. Although the practice of phishing, and the name, have been around More…

phish

to send e-mails claiming to be from a major online company that contain links to bogus web sites that emulate the company. The goal is to trick the recipient into giving the phisher More…

phisher

A person who sends fake emails which appear authentic to fool people in giving out personal or financial information The word has become popular because of scam emails in the on-line More…

Phisher

Fake email that looks like it came from a current legitimate company, used to draw people to a site that looks legitimate and steal their personal information. =Users are directed towards More…

Phishing

The practice of tricking internet users through the usage of fraudulent websites into giving out personal information, often usernames, passwords and bank account information It was used to More…

phishing

Retrieving private information by a scammer to personally use for benefit. Jargon used by the computer industry to describe an action that is similar to fishing, through sending emails, the More…

Phishing

A rapidly spreading internet scam where scam artists send spam emails disguised as collectors from big companies asking for billing information so that someone's credit can be used. =I More…

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(creative respelling) Using online means to trick a person into revealing information which will allow access to personal information. =In widespread use. The beginning ‘ph’ in phish could More…

phoenices

residents at Will Rice College, which has a phoenix as a mascot Instead of calling Will Rice College residents, the secretary seemed to think that it was easier to say phonecies instead, More…

phone tag

The act of calling a person when he/she is not around and leaving a message, only to have the call returned when the original caller is not around. Sister could not get in touch with me More…

phone-tag

to call someone repeatedly over the phone, trying to reach him/her Logical application of tag (meaning “to chase”) by combinding it with “phone”. Short and concise. More…

phoneck

the long-term curvature of the neck (usually to one side) that results from extended holding of a telephone by cradling it between the neck and the shoulder The term phoneck is one that can More…

Phoner

A boner that resulted from erotic textual or visual message sent via a cell phone. This term developed as a result of texting becoming more widespread. Mostly teens began to use texting More…

Phonicon

A list of all the possible combinations of sounds in a particular language that could, according to that language's phonology, be meaningful words. =I started going through the phonicon More…

Phosphatase

Any substance or enzyme that catalyzes the removal of a phosphate group (made up of a phosphorous atom and multiple oxygen atoms) from a molecule. =The reaction done by the protein kinase More…

Photo op

(Noun) A circumstance that has potential for a worthwhile picture to be taken =Given that ‘photo op’ is a clipping of “photo opportunity”, the phrase is quite self-explanatory. A good photo More…

Photo-bombing

the act of ruining pictures by making an awkward or unpleasant face in the background of what is being focused on. A photobomber is not the focus of the picture, but a part of the More…

photobomb

to intentionally jump in or pose in another person's photo for the purpose drawing attention from the main subjects in a negative manner =The term 'photobomb' is a result of More…

Photobomb

Ruin a photo by making sure it includes something undesired that throws off the mood like someone glaring at the camera or the people in the photo or doing something strange. The use of More…

photobomb

To deliberately ruin someone’s photo, usually by making creepy faces while others are posing. ="I totally photobombed that pic of you with your boyfriend" Etymology : compound More…


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