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Musi

a Rice student majoring in music. At Rice University, "Musi" describes students that are majoring in music. It can be described as a clipping of "Music major". Rice has several words of this More…

musi

a music major Use of this word allows for conciseness in speech, using one word in the place of two. Musi is also the same four letter class category designation as found in the Rice More…

Musi

a perosn who studies music A “musi” is short for musician or music major. The Rice School of Music, the Shepherd School, is known for the high caliber of the program. Hence, More…

musi

A music major at Rice University. Many students at Rice use the abbreviations in the course catalog to refer to a student in that major. Using the course abbreviation to stand for a More…

Musigasm

A pleasurable reaction to an incredible passage of music; said reaction is often physiological, characterized by shivers, chills, and/or muscle contractions, and is comparable only to an More…

Muttation

A fictional monster from the Hunger Games book series, created by genetic manipulation of human subjects with animal genes to create powerful and vicious hybrids used for murderous More…

my b

My fault. =This term is used in a playful manner to express one’s realization that they have made a mistake. It is used only in informal speech and mostly by teenagers and young More…

my b (1)

My bad, my fault. Acknowledges and accepts the blame for something. =Oops. I forgot. My b. Etymology : My bad became a common phrase in recent years. From there, the phrase was clipped More…

my boom

That in which I am currently obsessed with. =Ever since trying those noodles last year it a quickly turned into my boom because I eat them every day. =Name of restaurant in Seattle, More…

myalgia

Pain resulting from any muscular disease or disorder. =Spinal cord damage can, in some cases, lead to severe myotonia. Myalgia is symptomatic of myositis ossificans—the formation of More…

mypod

a member of the 1990s and early 2000s generation =developed to describe a generation by some of the more common technologies developed and used Etymology : blending of the word More…


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