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Facebooking (1)

To be in use of the social network Facebook.com =Used in a younger cyberspace context to describe the act of using the social network, Facebook. Typically used to describe using Facebook as More…

facebooking(2)

(compound of the root words “face” and “book” with the suffix “-ing.”) The act of being on the social network Facebook for extended periods of time =his is an interesting word because the More…

facecheck

To check the area hidden in fog of war by moving in. To check enemies with one's face. ="Do not facecheck, you don't know whether they are in that bush or not." More…

facehack

the act of hacking or sneaking onto somebody’s facebook =He facebookhacked me last night and changed my gender. Etymology : Face- is a clipping from the popular social networking site More…

facejack

(blend) when you leave your computer unattended logged into Facebook and your friends post obscene or embarrassing messages on your behalf on Facebook. ="Oh look at Aaron's More…

Facepalm

(Compound) When something is so dumb or embarassing for soemone else that you need to slap your hand to your face. =Mostly used by people who are into internet pop-culture. ="I More…

Facepalm (9)

Exactly as it sounds, a facepalm is the action involving putting one’s palm on their face. Usually used when someone else is embarrassingly oblivious to something. =Facepalming is a simple More…

facepalm(2)

An action taken after doing or seeing something embarrassing =Used in reference to an embarrassing act, it replaces the need for other reactions like omg or wow and you may simply state More…

Facetank

To take damage without doing anything to stop it and survive (ie. Survive purely on defense and armor). =The word is used mainly when talking about video game characters, especially More…

Facetime

A word, much like ‘Skype’ that is used as a verb form to mean the act of video calling. =This word first came about when Apple announced the iPhone 4, as an app that could only be used in More…

facronym

A word (formed from the initial letters of a name with multiple words) for an organization, device, or idea with a specialized function or with a name composed of many polysyllabic words. More…

Factitious

(blending/clipping) Describing an even in which fact is mixed with fictitious elements for embelishment. ="That was such a factitious story. What really happened at the end?" More…

factorize

To factor an usually complex equation The word has connotations that the doer of the verb assumes a certain familiarity with the practice of factoring, to the point of inventing a slang More…

facts

plural form of fact; truth. =used to express agreement with something or to convey that something is relatable or true for either that individual or adheres to a belief they hold. More…

faded

Drunk. A possible reason why this word was used is to act as a euphmism to make drunkenness not seem so repulsive. =I apologize if I’m being too forward. I’m a bit faded right More…

Faded

extremely impaired by alcohol or other drugs This word likely came as a metaphor for how everything seems when in such a state: vision, cognitive ability and memory all start to fade out. More…

faded (3)

high, stoned, drunk, intoxicated =“Kind of faded, but I feel alright” Etymology : West Coast slang as early as 1998. =Soul Decision’s song “Faded” recorded in 1998.

Faded (3)

(Zero Derivation) intoxicated from alcohol and/or drugs =Playing off the idea that one's vision when inebriated if faded or fuzzy, often exaggerated in visual media Etymology : no More…

Fag

(slang) Not to be confused with the term for homosexuality. Fag is a derogatory term for someone who displeases you or does something you do not appreciate. =The term was clipped from the More…

Fag Hag

A female who has a homosexual as a best friend, or as a real close acquaintance =Queer lover and fag hag are cut from the same mold that give us n***** lover, a mold forged by fears of More…


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