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pregame

Definition: to drink before one attends a gathering, a party, or before going out, most commonly in the context of college life. Pregame Origin: I first heard this term upon arriving to More…

Pregame (1)

Consumption of alcoholic beverages before a social event, outing, or party, often with the purpose of getting intoxicated. =What time do you wanna pregame before the party? Etymology : More…

pregame(2)

(prefixation) To consume alcohol prior to a social event =Usually used before some sort of party or similar event, people will “pregame” by drinking together prior to attending the function More…

Pregaming

To get drunk before a football game during a tailgating party. Tailgating before a College Football game is an important tradition. Pregaming is in reference to drinking during this More…

Preggers

(Blending) Pregnant, in a way suggesting indifference do the issue by the individual who is pregnant. The word is a diminutive form of the word pregnant. Preg- is clipped from pregnant and More…

Preggo

(Blending) Pregnant, in a way which suggests carelessness by the individual who is pregnant. =The first part of the word, preg-, is a clipping from pregnant. The word is often used in the More…

preglet

(noun) A pregnant woman that is smaller, usually significantly shorter, than average. Much like the cartoon character Piglet (a tiny, timid pig) in the well-known Winnie the Pooh series, a More…

Pregnatory

The space of time during which a female believes she could be pregnant but does not yet have the results of a pregnancy test. Often begins after the female realizes she has several missed More…

Prego

Pregnant. 'Prego' was formed in order to be humorous and refer to a mother to be. =Did you hear that Mrs. Zezas is prego?!? Etymology : prego. Clipping of 'pregnant' (having a child in More…

prego

(clipping) The state of being pregnant. May also be used in the phrase "her eggo is prego" meaning she is pregnant, and specifically her egg is fertilized. =This is a clipping of More…

Prego(2)

Pregnant, in gestation. In this instance ‘o’ most likely is a meaningless morpheme added to make the expression a more rounded diminutive of a previous clipping of pregnant to “preg”. More…

pregret

to worry about things that have not occurred yet/in the future I’m not really sure why the person blended pre- with regret, since people usually regret about things in the past, and More…

Pregret

(Blending) To regret doing something before it happens, knowing that you will do it anyway. =I'm pregretting eating this cake but I deserve this. Etymology : pre- + regret; pre- More…

pregs

(from "pregnant"; adj; informal) short for "pregnant" =This is a modern slang that arises from a simple clipping of the word "pregnant" but also represents an More…

Prelapse

The act of indulging or overindulging in a vice immediately before promising to give up that vice completely. =This term was coined to fulfill a necessity for an action that formerly did More…

Premercial

A commercial that precedes the main point of interest. reason used: The website redirects the user to a webpage that consists solely of a commercial, before the user is allowed to progress More…

prepend

To add to the beginning of Interpretation of intended meaning To add a character to the front of a string of text Presumed reason for coinage Opposite of "append" needed in programming More…

Prepostery

an idea, belief, or action that is contrary to it perceived nature. affixation: formed of ‘preposterous’+ ‘ery’ =What kind of an idea is that…why it’s More…

Presentate

To present or give a talk to an audience. Presentate is a derivation of the verb present, as in to demonstrate something. It was formed by adding the suffix –ate, which creates a More…

presh

(clipping) cute =Aren't they presh? Etymology : clipping of precious =friend (referring to a picture of her roommates), October 2010


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