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Vandusky

(blending) A windowless family van, similar to Ford’s E-350. =“I traded in my truck for this vandusky so I could take more surfboards to the beach, but now when I drive around people think More…

vape

(a type of clipping from vapor) This a term used to signify inhaling a electronic cigarette or E-cigarette =Vaping May Be Hazardous to Your Health Etymology : Electronic cigarettes are More…

vape (2)

(back formation through clipping) to breathe in the vapor from an e-cigarette =The term vape came into usage in recent years after the e-cigarette was introduced into the American market in More…

vaporware

software or hardware that has been in development for an unusually long time, leading cynics and electronics industry watchers to doubt that it will ever be released to the public More…

Vaporwave

A futuristic and surreal subgenre of electronic music that features themes influenced by the 80s and 90s musical style, imagery and culture. =The term “vapor” in “vaporwave” suggests a More…

vator

short denotation of elevator, a transporter that shifts people and freight vertically. Vator is a few syllables shorter than elevator and thus more quickly pronounced. Vator is easily More…

vator

A slang term for an elevator. The term vator is a slang term used at Sid Richardson College in Rice University to refer to the elevators in the building. Because Sid Ricahrdson College is More…

vator

A slang term for a type of dorm room located behind the elevators at Sid Richardson College. The term vator is a slang term used at Sid Richardson College in Rice University to refer to the More…

vator

a short form of the word “elevator” in common use at Sid Rich Shouting “Vator!” or “Hold vator!” generally means “Hold the elevator until I get More…

Vator

Vator is commonly used by students at Brown College. This clipping is especially popular with perpetually late students: since “Hold the vator!” takes less time to say than More…

vator

elevator =Fourth floor is way too far, I'm taking the vator. Etymology : blending and clipping of campus + police =My roommate

Vator

The elevator at Sid Rich College. This is a slang word used by the people at Sid Rich to refer to their college’s elevator. It has the same meaning as the word elevator, except that More…

vator

Something which lifts, an ascending platform; an elevator. =Push '3' on the vator to get to the third floor. =Conversation

Vator

elevator Reason used: The speaker used the word “vator” to describe a longer, more commonplace word “elevator” in a shorter, new way. Perhaps the similarity with More…

vator lobby

Definition: The space in front of an elevator; the elevator lobby area. =Abbreviation commonly used by residents of Brown College to refer to the areas in front of the elevators in the More…

vatoring

A slang term for a ritual involving food, water, elevators, and a big mess at Sid Richardson College. The term vatoring is one of many slang terms used at Sid Richardson College in Rice More…

Vators

clipping of 'elevators'; term Sid Rich students use to refer to their elevators. ='The Sid vators are extremely slow' Etymology : From Latin 'elevatus' - to More…

veece

insincere or not true Made-up word with no real origin other than a friend. =That rumor's just veece, man. =A friend

Veep

Vice-president; official who acts in absence of the president of a government, business, or other organization. The commentator on CNN asked "Where is the Veep?" as an introduction to a More…

veep

the conversion of the acronym VP, meaning ‘vice-president’ into a word with that carries the same meaning. the term ‘vice-president’ was shortened to the acronym More…


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