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Grody

disgusting, revolting, nasty This word originated in the early 1960s as British slag ‘grotty’ for grotesque. It entered American language in the mid-1960s, but gained incredible More…

grody

A combination of gross and dirty. The speaker might have wanted to convey the sense of extreme squalidness by blending two words that both mean “unclean.” The term could have More…

Grody

Of dubious quality; lower-class References to ‘grody’ on UrbanDictionary are dated as far back as 2002; the word itself was used on Beverly Hills 90210, which may have More…

Grody (1)

the state of being gross, disgusting, nasty, or dirty. A general state of being unclean or unsanitary. Only applies to inanimate objects, never to people. ="Hey can we clean the room More…

grom

A young surfer/snowboarder/biker/skateboarder. As the popularity of surfing grew in the 1960’s, children were drawn to the beaches to join in the sport. Because they often had fewer More…

Gronky

Used to describe an uncomfortable physical ailment or social situation that has an associated feeling of heat or redness. Origin & Source: My mother heard this word in a dream once, and More…

grood

Descriptive word attributed to something that is better than good but not great. ("Lunch today wasn’t great, but it was better than good. I’d say it was grood.") Apparent More…

Grool

To describe something that you enjoy; to say that something is grool is to say that you think it is special or extraordinary =Combines the words cool and great. Used in order to talk More…

grool

(blending and clipping of "great" and "cool"; meaning awesome) Meaning awesome, fantastic. =1: "Class was cancelled the day before my test! It's not just More…

Groomsmaid

an usher in a wedding The individual was trying to catch everyone off guard by saying “groomsman” but then using “maid” and generally trying to be silly. =I’m More…

Groomzilla

A man who is overly fastidious about the details of his upcoming wedding, making all choices about the particulars of the wedding and giving his future wife almost no input Caplan wanted a More…

groovania

an exclamation describing approval equivalent to “Cool!” Or “Awesome!” This is an older person whose slang keeps evolving. So, he uses a throwback slang term, More…

Groover

(metonymy) a device shaped like a box, with a toilet seat on top, used as a place to defecate while on outdoors adventures, and to properly dispose of later when back in society. Derived More…

grossbumps

(Joke, Jokingly) A term referred to an involuntary shudder elicited by something nauseating or disturbing. =Like the common word "goosebumps," grossbumps is another term to More…

grossilicious

something that is disgusting and enjoyable It is a rather strange combination because the words are antonyms. There are very few things that can be described as gross AND delicious More…

Groto

Disgusting and dirty type of word formation:coinage =My brother's bathroom is always so groto, even after mom cleans it =Gabby Chevez

grots

(clipping and reanalysis) used to describe something dirty. =It is always used to describe something that is unpleasant. For example, anything that might be considered unclean, dirty, or More…

Grotsky

to be very disgusting and offending in manner [Formed from a clipping of the word grotesque along with a phonetic spelling reason used: The girl who said this was trying to look cool in More…

grotty

Grotesque, disgusting =Rural Australian slang. Likely derived from gross, itself a clipping of grotesque. The -y adjective forming suffix is likely added to what is already an adjective More…

GROUNDED

State of limited movement when a bird went through shading of feathers. “Grounded” usually refers to a specific form of punishment to children when parents disallow any kinds of More…


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