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A viral or otherwise popular picture, video, or other media that is usually satirical in some manner usually centered on a certain subject. =I laughed so hard at those Harry Potter memes More…

Meme(4)

The way that meme is used amongst my friends is essentially as a description of a type of joke that derives its humor directly from the stupidity of the act and usually describes something More…

memes

random ideas, videos, pictures, or actions meant to create humor or entertainment that spreads in a society through the internet as a form that is imitated. From the word “meme” (1976) More…

mems

A recollection or mental impression of someone or something from your past; used only in informal speech or writing. ="7th grade- so many good mems." Etymology : Clipping of More…

Menendez

To become extremely and violently angry at one’s parents. Presumed reason for coinage In this case, the target was humor, as in context, the woman was severely overreacting to her More…

menfriend

Used to refer to male acquaintances involved in non-romantic relations =Given that the word 'Boyfriend' has a distinct meaning in the English language, there are few words for More…

Menocore

(Blend) A fashion trend where one wears clothes typically associated with elderly affluent women =Originated from a writer from manrepellar.com trying to describe elderly normcore (a blend More…

Menopaws

The experience of felines undergoing human menopausal symptoms. First off, Menopaws: The Silent Meow is a clever title for the subject matter and as the first word, Menopaws is very catchy More…

Mensito

(Borrowing (Loan Word)) dummy; silly (can be used to imply being forgetful) =the diminutive form of the spanish meaning is likely a result of amelioration. The non-diminutive form of the More…

Mental

(amelioration) unbelievable, unexpected, crazy, awesome, innovative. Describes some thing that catches you off guard because of how visually impressive it is. =“Did you see Jordy’s More…

Mental hairball

A word or phrase coughed up at random The term mental hairball is a metaphor because an actual hairball seems to be coughed up at random. Likewise, a mental hairball is a word or phrase More…

Mentalese

(noun) convoluted language pertaining to the mind that uses specific terms and precise definitions =“Mentalese” is most likely to be used in psychology, neuroscience, or cognitive science More…

Mention

(narrowing) to directly refer to another twitter user in a post =On twitter the at symbol @ is used to notify a user that they have been mentioned Etymology : a narrowed definition of the More…

Mentos

To wish good fortune on another It was used as a unique way of saying good luck – gets the point across. =Mentos on the exam. Etymology : mentos. 'Mentos' (luck) =A peer

Menurkey

An object combining the image of a turkey with the function and symbolism of a menorah. =This term came in to use along with "Thanksgivukkah", the combination of the holidays of More…

merch

goods that can be bought; merchandise =“Let’s see if they have any cool merch at the festival” Etymology : Clipping of the word merchandise. This has only been heard by the writer of More…

Merch

(Noun) A group of people, typically referring to a group of close friends =“Merch, I have a test tomorrow and have not study. Can one of yall help me?” Etymology : Formed from the More…

Meridian

A person's significant other. Apparent meaning: a person's significant other Analysis of word: mer 'part' plus id 'self' plus -ian 'characterized by.' Together, this means characterized by More…

Merk

(novel creation) To beat someone in an easy fashion =This term is often used in sports. Merk could have derived its spelling from the Mercian word, merc, which is the English word for mark. More…

merkan

Canadian English of 'American'. The clipping is an informal use of the word American. It mimics the way many Canadians pronounce it. When referring to the people in the U.S., Canadians do More…


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