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yologism

Any neologism that, like "YOLO," soon becomes seen as annoying or trashy ="I think 'twerk' is going to be another yologism." Etymology : Blend of More…

yoloing

To partake in a risky activity ="We were yoloing yesterday when we went cliff diving." Etymology : Formed from the derivation of the acronym "YOLO" with the suffix More…

yoloswag

In Rice CS, the equivalent of foobar. =yoloswag: this probably won't work. Etymology : Comes from the mentality of the programmer when attempting something that will almost More…

yoube

A poor Texas hold ‘em starting hand, specifically an 8 and a 3[short for “you be a fool if you be playing this hand”] Possible reason used: There aren’t that many More…

Youngify

To make someone look younger than they really are through make-up or photoshopping. It was easier to say "youngify" than "make look younger" and, because he used a common ending "-ify", we More…

yous

(derivation) used when referring to multiple people one is talking to =Yous guys need to help yourself. This is a term used in the northern Midwest. It is used in the same way as More…

youthspert

An expert on young people, one who focuses on the habits and viewpoints of modern youth. The word youthspert is interesting because it plays on the interesting phonology of the letter x. In More…

youtube

to look up or search for a video on the website called ‘You Tube’ (www.youtube.com) =The proper noun of the website ‘YouTube’ is a compound of the words ‘you’ and ‘tube.’ The compound was More…

YouTube

To look up on YouTube. =The meaning of this word changed from a noun actually descibing the website that is YouTube, to the act of looking a video up on YouTube. Etymology : The name of More…

youtube degree

a bachelor's degree one rewards to himself after watching several "how-to" videos on youtube and declares themself an expert on the subject =Arising in this computer era of More…

YouTube money

money earned through YouTube videos =Videos that have ads before them provide the user with money based on the number of views. YouTube money is usually only earned in substantial sums by More…

YouTuber

someone who frequently spends time and post videos on YouTube. =Slang used in internet communities. Etymology : Eponymous. -er, 'one that performs an action', is added to More…

youtuber

Someone who uses the YouTube website regularly to post videos or video blogs and who typically seeks to ingrain himself or herself within the YouTube community; someone who habitually More…

YOYO

acronym for “You’re On Your Own,” direct response to “YOLO” to mean that you will not be participating =as a response to the commonly used phrase “YOLO” meaning “You Only Live Once,” More…


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