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munch

To wipe out, or crash in a silly or stupid manner; usually denoting someone falling of a bike or board. =saw a biker munch it on the inner loop today. Etymology : formed from MUNCH (from More…

munchies

the condition of being extremely hungry It usually comes as a result of smoking a ridiculous amount of marijuana. =I have the munchies; that is what weed does to you. =Friend

munge

to compress two items into one which is shorter in size than that of the combined parent items Type of word formation: Blending: combining the inner sound of one word “crunch” More…

Munter

Very ugly person, very unattractive. undefined =“No… She is Munter, mate.” Etymology : Brit. Slang =My friend

Muphry's Law

(Noun) An adage that states that if someone says or writes something criticizing grammar or proofreading, then there will be something wrong with the grammar of what he said or wrote. It is More…

Mupload

"mobile upload"; uploading data, especially photos and videos, from a cell phone to a web site(especially facebook) by use of wireless internet, without a computer. More…

Mupload (1)

Something uploaded to the internet from a mobile device; usually used to refer to a picture uploaded to Facebook off of someone's phone ="I can't believe she already More…

Murdered out

1. pertains to a motor vehicle with black paint, black window tint, and black after market wheels. 2. pertains to an outfit containing all black garments. Both definitions are derived More…

murderonomy

investigative study; detective work The morpheme "nom" effectively gives the word an academic ring. =It so happens that I have a degree in meterology and murderonomy. Etymology : More…

murderpan

A place with high crime (esp. Mattapan). Mattapan, Massachusetts has a high crime rate, so people invented the word murderpan punningly after the name of the place, signifying an area full More…

Murdicidal

relating to murder, homicidal =The term “murdicidal” is used in place of homicidal to humorous effect. It can also be said to arise in less educated dialogue in place of homicidal. More…

Murk

to kill or murder someone; to physically beat someone in which they are unconscious =He better not mess with my little sister or I will murk him. Etymology : c.1200, from O.N. myrkr More…

murk

(zero derivation) Murk, v. means to leave a room or situation stealthily and without be noticed. It means to sneak away unnoticed. =It is used by students who try to escape a lecture or More…

murk (1)

(verb) to murder, to kill ="Run up on Yeezy the wrong way, I might murk ya" -lyrics from the song "Otis" by Jay-Z and Kanye West Etymology : Originally from African More…

Murphy Protocol

A rule stating that if Jason Murphy is able to pick a lock, the CEO of the lock's manufacturer should be immediately fired. =The word is a nonce word created as a compound of the name More…

Murse

The messenger bag which, before it was made popular by Jack Bauer, was largely considered to be a "man purse" ="Do you really have to always use that murse? You're More…

Murse 2

Purse for males =Fairly recent trend in young male adults to carry handbags. Often, the handbags are actually laptop bags or messenger bags, giving rise to the synonym manbag. The term More…

murt

(clipping of McMurtry) a member of McMurtry College in Rice University =This member can be a student who resides in McMurtry or has advised in McMurtry, or a faculty or staff member who is More…

Murts

(Noun) Refers to a group of undergraduate or former students at Rice University who was assigned to the residential college Mcmurtry. No personal observations of a singular form, but would More…

Muser

a user of the app, Musical.ly =The term musers in the sense used here was invented by the app’s producers as a part of their branding, giving the users an identity based on the app. It may More…


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