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Honey-Badger-Limit

(Compound) describes the point at which one doesn’t care anymore about something at all. =: it originated from the Honey Badger video which became viral on Youtube in early 2011. It More…

Hong Kongese

a native or resident of Hong Kong apparent meaning:a native or resident of Hong Kong =So most of my friends were Hong Kongese. Etymology : type of word formation:affixation =In a More…

honk

(novel creation) Random interjection. =Blarg? Blarg blarg honk honk. Etymology : onomatopoeia of sounds that the alien in Halo makes =Red vs. Blue seasons 4 through 6.

honkin

That’s one big, honkin’ fan (a mechanical cooling fan). Etymology of this word could be a metaphorical reference of the verb to honk, to honk a car horn for example, to More…

Hooch

Refers to a female who is lewdly dressed, very flirty, and seems to be able to get any man she desires. My friend probably wanted a way of describing Jennifer Lopez’s ability to get More…

Hood

Neighborhood, usually an unpleasant one Neighborhood seems so friendly and peaceful but in this case hood is intended to refer to the same place but in a darker and gloomier manner. More…

Hood

An abbreviation for the word “neighborhood”; a neighborhood usually found in the inner part of a city. This word is a very recent colloquial that is short for neighborhood. More…

hood

A place where people live that is considered not very nice or ghetto Reason used: Hood is a common way of referring to a neighborhood that is not very nice or is dangerous. It can also be More…

Hood

representation of the stereotypical idea of a lower class, often minority neighborhood. apparent meaning: stylish representation of the urban lower class reason used: This word sounds More…

Hood (3)

(Of the word neighborhood, removes the “neighbor”.) Term for the ghetto, someone who is from the ghetto, or someone who acts like they are from the ghetto. =This term has been in the More…

hoodrat

(hood + rat) one who is or acts like an unproductive member of society, usually female, who loiters the streets licentiously =The term is derogatory and is more likely to be used in areas More…

Hoodrat

A person who spends a lot of time in “the hood” or ghetto areas. They hang out on the street and cause trouble. It is a derogatory term and usually shows an air of condescending. It is More…

hoodrat(1)

a ghetto person =of the word “hood” which refers to a low income urban neighborhood and the word “rat” a modifier meaning someone who spends a lot of time somewhere Etymology : compound More…

hoodrat(2)

(popular, not technical) A person who is either from the true ghetto or who acts like a ghetto person by listening to rap music and dancing outside of the expected range. =If a person of More…

hoodrat(4)

a suspicious or dirty looking individual =A hoodrat is someone usually from a ghetto. The name comes from the wearing of a sweater hood frequently. This can have the effect of shading More…

hooha

An ordeal or cause of frustration; a fuss. This word is similar to some slang that develops among groups of people. They get fed up, attempt to vent their frustration about something, and More…

Hook

An intentional bad line call in tennis, an attempt at cheating. =‘That ball was in and you know it. That call was such a hook.‘ In the tennis world, many players try to gain an edge by More…

Hook'em

To catch or take down an opponent apparent meaning:An encouraging cheer for the University of Texas 'longhorns', or athletes. 'Hook' invokes the idea of catching or beating an adversary and More…

hook-up

the act of kissing or making out; engaging in sexual activities but not having sex. Though this word has been around for a few years, it is not been added to dictionaries. This word also More…

hooksing it

(Derivation of the word 'hook' with the suffixes '–s' and '–ing' added, and subsequent compounding of 'hooksing' and 'it') Consistent More…


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