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Hovercraftinate

To turn something into a hovercraft. Apparent meaning: to turn something into a hovercraft. Analysis of word: hovercraft plus –in ‘N’ plus –ate ‘V’. More…

Howies

((Affixation)) An abbreviated form of “Howitzers.” =The word was used to refer to Howitzers from the video game Forts RTS. I think that the word is probably slang used to refer to Howitzers More…

howla

A very attractive person. Trying to say that the guy was attractive, using howla, sounds like “howler” so the person would make you howl, like bark or a cat call. =Look at him, More…

Howzit

(slang) Word compounding of How + is + it. It is slang and a shortcut to ask a lot of different types of questions such as “how is it going?” or “how is it over there?” =“Howzit going?” More…

hp room

((and compounding)) Refers to the Harry Potter room, so named because its décor resembles a room that might be found on the set of the Harry Potter movies. Etymology : An abbreviation of More…

Hte

(Creative Respelling) used to point forward to a following qualifying or defining clause or phrase, but also adds an air of humor and false laziness to the sentence =Creative Respelling of More…

htfu

"hurry the fuck up" - yelled in frustration at slow or less than optimal reaction times (pronounced ach-tee-foo) =exclamative Etymology : high school social interactions More…

hubchub

(noun) Refers to a Whataburger menu item, the Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit. =. Etymology : rhyming compound formed from two parts, hub and chub. Hub is a shortening of Honey Butter, and More…

huck

To ride one’s bike off of a cliff or other high point with the intention of riding out the landing. The huck is not a common practice among the uninitiated, and so a word was created More…

Huck

Used in Ultimate Frisbee to describe a very long throw =A long throw that is usually meant to be caught for a score. Typically a throw of over 40 yards, usually released from longer than More…

huck (2)

(noun) A long, powerful throw in ultimate frisbee. =“When you see someone running deep, huck it!” Etymology : possibly related to huck as in skiing - a big play =ultimate frisbee game, More…

Hucka hucka

indication of laughter or amusement, esp. in instant messenger conversations apparent meaning:indication of laughter or amusement =Did you hear what happened last night' hucka hucka. More…

Huff

To inhale or sniff a chemical which will induce a high of hallucination. This is another drug term. People who huff often do not have enough money for more mainstream or expensive drugs, so More…

Huggle

an embrace that has the characteristics of both a hug and a snuggle; more than a hug but less than a snuggle An interesting blend, this word describes the action combining a hug and a More…

Huggle

The act of embracing a lover. Another one of my girlfriends made up words. It’s a blend of the word hug and snuggle. “lets go huggle.” While I am not completely sure that More…

huggle (2)

(hug + [snug]gle = huggle) huggle, v. to hug and snuggle in one action, offering comfort and warmth =Huggle is a blending and clipping of the words hug and snuggle. It combines both actions More…

hugglemax

a big hug The stars around the word on instant messanger imply action, so my friend was typing that she was "giving" me a big hug. The word is very cutesy and fits its cutesy meaning. It's More…

Hugly

A hog ugly person or someone who has a hog appearance It was used to refer to someone as more than ugly, but hog ugly. =I wouldn’t call her back, she was just down right hugly. More…

hugry

In a state of sadness in which one desires to be hugged to feel comforted. ("I felt so hugry after I broke up with Charlie.") Apparent Meaning: The state of wanting to be hugged. The term More…

hulk out

To engage in a fit of anger, usually directed at a particular person. The term almost definitely comes from the comic book character The Incredible Hulk which details the exploits of a More…


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