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Sugalumps

A euphemism for testicles. This word originated with Flight of the Concords, a comedy band. The word ‘lumps’ evokes the shape of testicles. In the song where this originated, it speaks about More…

suh

(contraction of a phrase;; blend;) “Suh” is a contraction of a phrase and a blend. It is used in place of the contraction “sup”, to simultaneously convey interest and confusion, or interest More…

suicide

The act of ending one’s own life; often used loosely instead of literally. Suicide is conventionally used as a noun, but in this instance, it is also used as a noun. It has possibly More…

suit

an economics major The person who made up suits probably wanted to emphasize the fact that ecomics majors will have to wear a suit for the rest of their lives, and also to point out that More…

Suitecest

(of suite and incest) Term used to describe dating/sexual activity with a suitemate =. A term that came from the blend of suite and incest, which is used to refer to engaging in sexual More…

Sundeck-Fundeck

A particular event at Martel College of Rice University which takes place on the sundeck and has drinks and music provided so people can communicate and get acquainted there. =This word is More…

sunnies

sunglasses slang word =Where are my sunnies? (an Australian was looking for his sunnies on a sunny day) Etymology : clipping of sunglasses =Conversation with Australian friend

sunshower

sunshine, shower of sun rays/beams. (“If you go out on a day like today, you’ll get drenched in the sunshower”). The writer was trying to use the analogy of sun rays/beams More…

Sup

A shortening of “what is up” =sup man? Etymology : A shorting of the phrase, “what is up.” What is up. ‘sup man.’ =My roommate

sup

What are you doing? =Standalone use Etymology : Compounding and clipping of "what's up" =Online conversation with a friend

Sup (2)

means what is going on? =SUP? Etymology : comes from the words whats up =everyday language now – a sentence alone will be “Sup?”

sup (4)

A greeting, what’s up? =“Sup man?” Etymology : A clipping of the word “wassup”, which is a variation of the phrase “What’s up?” Although no one is sure when the clipping occurred, it is More…

Sup (9)

(Greeting, question. Not exactly a part of speech) What’s up, how is it going, what’s going on =Came to prominence along with many other clipped words. Sup became acceptable through the More…

sup10

(blend of the phrase "What's up?" and clipping) a combination of “what is going on with you?” and “how are you?” =“Hey man, sup?” =Used by a Rice student after walking More…

Sup10

To be really awesome or super. While it has the same meaning as super or awesome, “sup” is used when a person does not want to seem too excited or emotionally invested in what is going on. More…

suped

improved or fixed up to be more stylish or cool by adding additional features to one’s car, such as sound systems or exhaust pipes Possibly derived from the original word More…

super

really, truly, urgently. 'Super' is used to add a conviviality, a casual feel to the conversation. =I super need to go take care of this. Etymology : super. Zero derivation of More…

Super bitch

In Beer Pong, a cup formation that used after the team has 5 cups left to shoot at, consisting of 3 cups in a vertical line staggered with 2 cups next to them =The usual first rerack More…

Super-senior

a college student who finishes his/her undergraduate degree in five years instead of four. The term super-senior is often heard around college students because it refers to a group of More…

Superbug

A particularly drug-resistant disease-producing microorganism (especially of the genetically engineered variety), generally said of antibiotic-resistant bacterial strains. apparent meaning: More…


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