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Grunt-grunts

Extremely loose bowel movements or diarrhea, both of these conditions might cause you to grunt with pain. Possible reason used: A colorful way to describe the results of diarrhea. Perhaps More…

gruntled

To be pleased, happy. *opposite of disgruntled) By removing the dis- prefix, which means ‘not’ or ‘to remove,’ the word gruntle has opposite meaning from the word More…

GSA

At Rice University, an organization of graduate students who organize activities for the graduates students. “GSA” stands for “Graduate Student Association”. =acronym at Rice meaning More…

gtfo

"get the fuck out" -yelled at an intruder to leave (pronounced gee-tee-fow) =exclamative Etymology : high school cliches =Danville, CA high school

GTFO

"Get the fuck out"--used to rudely tell someone to leave ="What are you doing in my room? GTFO!" Etymology : Acronym of "Get The Fuck Out" =A friend

gtg

it means "got to go" In modern times, people are in such a hurry that they'll come up with acronyms for pretty much anything. People do it just to save time from typing out the entire More…

GTL

The process of staying fresh. GTL stands for "Gym, tan, laundry." These are the things that must be done everyday to achieve maximum potential. It is a process used, originally More…

GTL (2)

(initialism) the daily actions in order to stay “hot” to attract the preferred gender. This stands for gym, tanning, and laundry. Usually it is done by Italians on the east coast who call More…

Guac

A condiment made from avocado. Etymology : This word is a simple clipping from “guacamole”, which, in turn, was borrowed from (Mexican) Spanish, which, in turn, borrowed it from Nahuatl: More…

Guac-block

Stepping in front of someone, whether by accident or on purpose, that is attempting to get to the guacamole. =I was going to get some guacamole and some guy talking to a girl totally More…

guaco

A taco whose primary filling is guacamole =“Guaco” is yet another Frankensteined child of a food culture where fusion cuisine is wildly popular. Other food items like the sushirito More…

gucci

(Conversion.) a word to express how things are going in their lives. It means exceedingly well. =Gucci is actually a really nice, high quality, brand name that is rather expensive. American More…

Gucci

(widening, metaphor) a term that means good or awesome. Typically used in the greeting, "What's Gucci?" meaning "What's good?" or "What's up?" More…

Gucci (2)

To be good. =Used to replace the word “good.” Often used to express the your current state after being asked how life is going. Gucci can also serve as a question such as in “What’s More…

Guesstimate

(Verb) Guesstimate is a blend and a verb. It refers to when a person needs a measurement however, they do not have a proper tool and therefore they will need to guesstimate the measurement More…

Guestimate

(Verb) It means to make an estimate of some value which is unknown. It is a clever compounding of two words which have similar meaning and similar sounds. Essentially the words means the More…

Guff

nonsense =and does not take any guff from anyone Etymology : Likely imitative, the meaning of the word has shifted from its original ‘puff of a bad smell;’ roots likely lie More…

guido

a young male, typically of Italian descent. Characteristically, he also frequents many clubs, and wears gold jewelry and tight jeans. =The word guido carries a negative connotation as it More…

Guido

Stereotypical Italian male A guido is an American of Italian decent who usually lives in New Jersey or New York. These men usually only associate with other guidos and guidettes (the More…

Guido (1)

(Noun) It refers to people who are usually of Italian descent and are brought up in the Brooklyn area of New York. They have a particular machoistic attitude towards life. The men are More…


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