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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 same 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…

guilt-free

Used to describe low-calorie or low-sugar foods, implying that guilt would otherwise be felt by the person if she consumed another, higher calorie alternative. ="I’m so tired of More…

Guitarthritis

the medical condition causing pain in the wrists after playing guitar hero or rock band for an extended amount of time =Began with the introduction of the Guitar Hero franchise. Addiction More…

Guiz

(Creative Respelling; Noun for Guy) Many males and females. =Perhaps my roommate was trying to make her post interesting or cute. Also, follows her phonetic spelling of the word More…

Gum Band

(metaphor) an elastic and bendable ring of rubber that can be used to tie things together =The term ‘gum band’ is a compound word that is metaphorically related to another compound word, More…

guncle

A gay uncle. =The word "funcle" was likely popularized first, as the phonetics of "fun" and "uncle" lend themselves to being blended more easily than More…

Gunkin

To greedily swallow a liquid in large amounts causing gulping noises to occur. "Gunkin" is similar to the word gulping because both words mean to take a liquid into the mouth and swallow. More…

GUNNER

students who study secretively so as to make other student think that they are not studying hard This word might have some relation to the word ‘gun.’ The author may have used More…

Gunner

Someone with an extremely high work ethic, oftentimes at the expense of his peers. =This noun describes students who are focused on their own success, without regard for others’ wellbeing More…

gunner(1)

(metaphor) a highly competitive, cutthroat medical student who will do anything (ethical or not) to get ahead academically and to gain favor from his/her superiors. =The gunners at med More…

guppy

Smaller stature, size, or character than an object in comparison. The new meaning of guppy comes from metaphor, where guppy being a small variety of fish, popular for fish tanks, was More…

gurl

(creative respelling) A girl, who is usually a close friend of the speaker. =It’s typically used when expressing appreciation or excitement regarding either something the person being More…

gurn

To contort one's facial features into something funny- or horrific-looking. n. A funny or horrific face or expression. [Other quotes]: "Usual gurning, grinning, manically paced froth from More…

gut

academic course in which cheating (and passing) is especially easy apparent meaning: course in which cheating is especially easy Composed of: 'gut' (a narrow passage) type of word More…

Gutentight

good and tight =Gutentight is the blending of guten, meaning good in German, and tight. Gtuen is a loan word from German. Gutentight shows its meaning in two ways: first, from the actual More…

GUTSIER

more brave, requires more guts =During holiday times, girls tend to wear gutsier makeups. =Magazine “In Style” (December 2004)


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