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Hurrication

(Noun) The time off you get from school and/or work due to a hurricane. =It has both a negative and a positive connotation, depending on the definition of vacation being used. For example, More…

Hussar

To crawl into bed with a bed of the non-preferred sex while drunk, only to wake up the next morning not understanding how you got there Origin & Source: The word is the last name of a More…

Hussar

To unknowingly climb into someone’s bed and spoon with them. Apparent Meaning: After numerous times in which Cris Hussar drunkenly climbed into bed with someone and spooned, his name More…

Hussy

Housewife; can be used in a derogatory manner. =“Don’t be yelling at me and bossing me around like I’m the hussy of the household!” Etymology : From ME husewif- huse "house" + More…

Hustler

Someone who grew up in a depressed neighborhood making a living selling drugs. Usually spend most of their lives running or scurrying away from the police and hence the word More…

Hustletown

nickname for Houston, originating from H-town, which originates from Houston, often heard in hip-hop albums =Check all the new rappers from Hustletown. =friend

Hy

Stands for ‘hell yeah’ or ‘hell yes’ and is used as a congratulatory exclamation to indicate approval or praise for some aspect of someone’s actions. =The acronym is used with the More…

Hyberdate

(Noun / Verb) 1. (n) Refers to someone who “hibernates” when dating. 2. (v) To settle down during the winter by dating someone until the weather warms. =It has two alternate meanings. One More…

hybrid

(narrowing) Refers to a hybrid electric vehicle, typically one that uses a combustion engine combined with an electric motor to operate more efficiently ="Nice car! Is that a More…

Hyde

(Conversion) Hyde means someone’s, usually unwanted, alter ego. Hyde is used mostly as a pro-noun when referring to someone who is acting out or acting in a completely different manner as More…

hydrate

drinking a lot of beer and then the next morning having to drink a lot of water to get hydrated =Bobby had to hydrate the morning after going to the bar. Etymology : coined c.1800 by More…

hydroxic acid

water, or H2O. ="Watch out! The water fountains are full of hydroxic acid!" Etymology : It is a pun built off of the standard naming convention for acids in chemistry. Acids More…

Hypathenuse

Foot-worn pathways through the grass that diagonally connect two perpendicular concrete paths =A clever, academic spin on the part of a triangle that the worn walkway becomes when it More…

hype

(metaphorical extension) something that is really exciting or cool, but retained its original meaning of to excessively promote something in an unrealistic fashion =“Aww yeah, it’s gonna be More…

hype (1)

extremely exciting or good =People use ‘hype’ to describe fun events or activities. Usually it is not used to describe people. Hype events are usually well-attended, popular events that More…

hype1

(clipping, derivation) A state of mind in which a person is very excited about something; does not necessarily imply visible excitement, although it includes this state, as well =This word More…

Hype1

(Adjective) Highly regarded or anticipated. Contains populist connotation, hinting at positive majority opinion. Also characterized by excitement. =The word is used to describe a person, More…

hypebeast

A person who dresses in expensive clothing which is meant to attract attention and is often heavily branded, used particularly in urban fashion sub-groups. =Hypebeast was originally a More…

Hyper-bowl-e

(NOUN) n. The absurd levels of excitement observed in many young American males before the Superbowl. =“The senior guys’ room is rife with hyper-bowl-e in the weeks leading up to the big More…

Hyper-CEST

(noun) an effect in MRI when hyperpolarized xenon is used that allows high detection at low concentrations =This is a fairly uncommon term, even within the medical and scientific community. More…


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