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Lolspeak

(lol (internet slang) + speak) The fictional language of "lolcats". The language consists of phrases spoken with poor grammar, incorrect tenses, no structure, and incorrect More…

Lolspeak (2)

The language and spelling typical of the captions in the lolcats pictures from the icanhascheezeburger.com website. Known for bad syntax and spelling resembling baby talk. =Fanatics of the More…

Loltard

someone who excessively uses the acronym lol in an online setting to indicate that something is funny; a loltard uses “lol” in almost every comment, regardless of whether or not the comment More…

Lolz

(for "laugh out loud"; lol + s; spelling change to match assimilation /s/ to /z/) funny or humorous. A reply to a comical statement. It is used in place of “haha” in text or More…

loml

(noun) the meaning of the phrase “love of my life” =Loml entered the English language through texting. Many common phrases create initialisms in text, like “lol” from “laughing out loud” or More…

LOML

Meaning “love of my life.” Usually used as a term of endearment. Etymology : Acronym meaning “love of my life.” =“I have his contact saved as LOML.” (Friend, 8-31-20)

lone star card

(transliteration from Chinese) A trading card for grains at Chinatown in Houston. =Lone star has no direct or indirect meaning related to the grains it traded(rice, wheat and etc.). It is More…

lonelified

act of being in solitude or lonely =Sometimes your house gets lonelified. Etymology : lonely + -ified =Lyrics from song by hip-hop artist Andre 3000, from the group Outcast

long-cut

the long way to get somewhere =What do you think, should we take the long-cut? Etymology : on analogy with 'short-cut' =friend, Nov. 2008

longevic

long-lived The “suffix” -ity was replaced with an adjectival one, yielding longevic. Used often in a genetics class discussion about aging and senescence in model organisms More…

Longhall

the people who live on long hall. The word came about through a metonymical shift. This person extended the meaning from just a place to the people associated with that place. In the Old More…

Longthy

(Vowel Shift) long/lengthy Etymology : From word lengthy, vowel shift used as emphasis or in a humorous way. =“The borger lone is longthy” - friend (meaning the burger line is lengthy)

Loo

Informal way to say Toilet, lavatory =“where is loo? I need to take a piss.” Etymology : Brit. slang =My friend at a bar

Looksmatch

person of the opposite sex who is at the same level of attractiveness =He is her looksmatch Etymology : blend of “looks” as in physical appearance and “match” as in thing of equal More…

loopular

Refers to the general type of shapes that curve in a loop somewhat similar to a circle. Examples include ellipses, spirals, etc. The student who used this word was attempting to describe a More…

loose

Used to describe something or someone that is uncool or has undesirable qualities. The opposite of tight (used in the sense where if something is tight, it is very cool, hip, or desirable). More…

Loosey-goosey

(Adjective) In the context of tactics, it describes something that is strategically unwise. The related term would be "tight", when used in the same context. =For example, More…

loosie

A loose cigarette from a packet or a single cigarette purchased at the store for usually between 10 cents to a quarter. =This term comes from the derivation from loose cigarette. Loosie is More…

Lordling

a young child of a nobleman =The term “lordling” was used to refer to the child of a lord succinctly. The word would be used exclusively in medieval or fantastical settings. It may have More…

Lorge

(Creative Respelling) To be large in an endearing or cute manner; a term of endearment for a person, animal, or thing that is large. =This word is formed by making the word “large” cute by More…


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