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Bioc

Biochemistry and Cell Biology =As of 2010, the Rice's BIOS department changed to the BIOC department. As such, students taking BIOC classes during Fall 2010 began referring to the More…

Bioch

(clipping) biochemistry, bio meaning pertaining to life and chemistry. chemistry from "alchemy", meaning natural physical process =clipping of biochemistry Etymology : More…

Biodefense

(of or pertaining to) the military, governmental, and industrial management of the research and development of weapons, strategies, and other means of defending against biological weapons More…

Biomimetic

(adjective) refers to technologies that imitate biological and biochemical processes =This term has become more popular lately as the field has gained interest. It is an accepted term for More…

biopolymer

A synthetic plastic created using renewable biomass as the chemical source rather than fossil fuels =Though in biology and chemistry the word “polymer” refers to any chemical comprised of More…

Biorize

to use the biore (trademark) pore cleansing strips Presumed reason for coinage: to refer to this new fad cosmetic accessory and its usage. Notes: although Ponds (trademark) makes a More…

Biosentimentality

(Compounding) The desire of an organ recipient to meet and bond with the donor of that organ. =Sharp uses the word biosentimentality, the way donors and recipient families want to know the More…

Biotch

A non-offensive colloquialism meant to reference to a woman or man with whom the speaker is associated in some way The neologism biotch is strongly associated with the speech community of More…

biphonal

speaking on two phones at one time Description for a person speaking on two phones at one time; wanted a single word to describe a girl with a phone held to each ear =Look, she’s More…

birb

(informal) Bird, especially one which is cute =Humorous modification of bird to indicate informality and often that the bird in question is considered cute. Used almost exclusively online. More…

Birb(1)

(Creative Respelling) Intentional misspelling of the word bird used to describe an especially cute/adorable bird =Makes use of the childish misspelling of the word bird to highlight just More…

Bird

Can be applied to any form of dish that includes animals that once flew For the most part, it is applied to fried chicken. =I’m hungry, let's go down to Popeye’s and get some More…

bird

a girl this word is mostly used by English youth and young adults =from my current roommate, who is from England

Bird (3)

(noun) a mother =I forgot to make my bed this morning - I bet my bird calls and reprimands me! Etymology : Bird comes from the Old English 'bridd' meaning 'young More…

bird-dogging

(noun) Generally, to chase girls for the purpose of sex. Can be used to mean stealing a girlfriend from another guy. ="Jack went to the party just for bird-dogging." Etymology : More…

Birefringence

(Word) It is also known as double refraction. It is the property of some crystalline substances to have more than one index of refraction. This results in the crystalline substance splitting More…

BIRG

Basking in Reflected Glory =This word is used by all social psychologists to describe the phenomenon of basking in reflected glory. Usually, an "ing" is affixed to the end of More…

birthday card

a figurative "card" that a person can play on his or her birthday to get his or her own way/wishes/desires =Used when the birthday boy or girl wants to do something or go More…

Birther

A person who is under the belief that President Barack Obama was not born in the United States and thus is ineligible to hold office. Given the name “birther” because of many group leaders More…

biscuit head

nickname/epithet, a playful nickname to call someone. =is often used in place of a harsher word (for example, if you are annoyed with someone). However, it does not have to be a negative More…


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