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webinar

(Compounding after clipping) A seminar that is given specifically via the internet. =We're supposed to do a webinar for this class on Saturday. Etymology : Compounding of web, More…

Webinar (3)

(noun; blending) A formal seminar or meeting among groups of individuals over the Internet. Such individuals do not need to “meet” in the same physical location to converse because they can More…

Webinar(2)

A seminar with participants from around the world, facilitated by the internet ="There will be an I/O Psychology webinar tonight for anyone who's interested" Etymology : More…

webisode

Refers to a web episode, or a television episode that can be watched online. =The similar phonetic structure of “-eb” in “web” and “-ep” in “episode” make this neologism likely to be a More…

weblet

(Noun) A blog or website. =A noun formed by adding the suffix to the word web; the word refers to a smaller section of the web. Interestingly, this neologism did not appear until 2020. More…

weblog

Online journal. [Compound web + log.] Another example of a need for a word to describe a new technological activity or concept. Etymology : A compound word that combines web and log to More…

webmasterful

having to do with the duties of a webmaster This adjective also implies, to some degree, a high level of skill in whatever noun it modifies; an incorrect parsing of this word might yield More…

Webonics

: A type of language used by internet savvy gamers and programmers during online game play as well as in weblogs and forums. Similar to Leet, or 1337. Webonics is a relative of the More…

webpedia

online databases that collectively act as an encyclopedia; the whole collection of electronic encyclopedias available through the websites of the World Wide Web Due to the increasing use of More…

Webtoon

A webcomic. A story, specifically a comic published online, told through pictures and words. Due to the higher quality of technology, some webtoons may have attached music or allow viewers More…

webvertise

To advertise on the web or internet =We should webvertise our company to get the most business. Etymology : Blend of the words web and advertise =Seen on a commercial on the television

weeaboo

(noun) A non-Japanese person who is well-versed in Japanese culture and/or anime. =Term is most often used as a derogatory term describing those who seem to wish to be Japanese. Etymology More…

Weeaboo

A (non-Asian, typically white) person obsessed with certain aspects of Asian culture, primarily anime and manga. Weeaboo is a slang term and is used in a derogatory context, and weeaboos More…

Weeaboo 2

(Motivational Root Creation) A person, usually non-Japanese, that is obsessed with Japanese culture and watches a lot of anime, and even goes as far as using these Japanese anime words and More…

Weeb

(and Generalization) Someone who is obsessed with Japanese Culture and Anime. =Used as a negative term to describe someone who is obsessed with anime. As of recent, the term “weeb” has More…

weed carrier

(compound) the unnamed entourage of a celebrity or otherwise popular person =Popularized in hip ho culture. Metaphor, in that the literal drug (weed) carrier for a celebrity is that because More…

weedies

a cereal that is composed of dried processed weed plants. Provides the nutrition a pot head needs to stay high during the wee hours of the mourning =I wish someone would invent weedies, More…

Weiss

purposeful incorrect spelling and pronunciation of Wiess College =Wiess is one of the residential colleges, but people often do not know how to spell it. If someone spells or pronounces More…

weisure

simultaneously spending working and free time =I enjoy my weisure lifestyle. Etymology : blending from the words 'work' and 'leisure' =Dalton Conley, Elsewhere, More…

welc

You are welcome Easier to say than the whole word =My roommate abbreviates words. Whenever I say thank you she says, “welc!” Etymology : clipping from the word welcome. More…


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