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ginormous

exceedingly large or big Reason used: ‘Gigantic’ and ‘enormous’ are two words that individually mean very big or of great size. By combining the two, my friend More…

ginormous

Exceeding all normal limits in both size and intensity; usually denoting monstrousness or unimaginable dimensions. =My friend ate a ginormous plate of food at dinner. Etymology : formed More…

ginormous

larger than either giant or enormous. Incredibly large and massive. The speaker wanted to convey a meaning larger than giant and enormous, so he combined them to get that effect. =Please More…

ginormous

Massive, huge, or large, in either a physical or metaphorical sense. Massive, huge, or large, in either a physical or metaphorical sense. =I have four ginormous loads of laundry to do! More…

ginormous

Describing a large and out of proportion object. Used to describe an extremely large object =Have you seen these toilets' They're ginormous Etymology : blend =Will Ferrell, Elf

ginormous

very large; larger than expected extremely large ='That book bag is ginormous Etymology : giant and enormous blended together =Cousin opening birthday presents

ginormous

Very very large =Someone was surprised at the ginormous birthday cake he got Etymology : new blend, formed from 'gigantic' + 'enormous'

ginormous

exceedingly large possible reason used: To express the idea of ‘gigantic’ or ‘enormous,’ but to say it in a more interesting and unconventional way. Possibly the More…

ginormous

Extremely big reason used: It is a new and interesting way to say that something is really big. It also sounds a bit silly. =There was this ginormous cake. Etymology : Blend, More…

ginormous

Gigantic and enormous; very large in size. reason used: To emphasize the great size of something =I ended up buying this ginormous sweatshirt. Etymology : blend/clipping of gi(gantic) + More…

Ginormous (3)

(Blending with the words gigantic and enormous.) Extremely, extremely large =This term was added to common language relatively recently. It is a blending of the words giant and enormous and More…

Ginormous (9)

Large, extremely oversized =Came about because, like many slang words, people constantly look for new ways to exaggerate things. Even though it is supposed to mean extremely oversized, the More…

ginormous (9)

extremely large; enormous ="That is a ginormous stadium!" Etymology : Blend of gigantic (from Latin gigantem) and enormous (from Latin enormis) =Conversation with a friend More…

Ginormous(2)

Extremely large. =Ginormous is combination of gi- from gigantic and -normous from enormous. Both words mean large, so the combination of these words seems to emphasize that something is More…

ginourmous

large Clipping/Compound [formed from “gi-” as in gigantic and “-normous”, as in enormous, to reinforce the huge size of an object. I first heard this around May 2002 More…

gipper

(Novel Creation) excited, energetic, happy =This word appears in the rap song I’m Gipper. Although the song was originally not well known, it grew in popularity due to the fact that the More…

Giraffe

To overwhelm with a disproportionate height. This is an example of converting a noun into a verb which also seems to be quite common. The word uses the metaphor of a giraffe standing much More…

Giraffiti

A drawing or inscription made on a wall or other surface (graffiti) located in a high location or altitude. (not provided) =There's a ton of giraffiti on the side of that building. More…

Giraffiti

graffiti that is drawn on a high position. (not provided) =(not provided) Etymology : (not provided) =(not provided)

girl crush

feelings one heterosexual female has towards another female, typically adoration. Best described by YouTube sensation Jenna Marbles, detailing three different levels =term is used by More…


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