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MINGLE-WINGLE

To socialize in a group; to mix and meet people in a gathering. Possible reason used: The person was trying to make a point. Her use of the word “wingle” with More…

Mini Coopvertible

A mini cooper which is a convertible. These types of cars are overly cute, almost to the point of being cheesy. These types of cars are driven by people are loud and outgoing and a large More…

minimoon

A short trip a recently married couple takes that lasts about 2-3 days. This word was most likely created because newlyweds needed a term that defined a vacation that lasted shorter than a More…

minivator

a small elevator designed to allow a single person to access different floors of a building. By adding ‘mini,’ a clipped version of ‘miniature,’ the speaker More…

Mint

Something that is great or awesome. =While the word was at first used sarcastically to describe an object in a state of disrepair (and at the same time riff on “in mint condition”), the More…

minute

(African American slang) an elapsed amount of time that is actually much longer than a minute. =At bus station: “Have you been waiting here a minute?” Etymology : African American slang, More…

Minute

(widening) a long time. It has widened to a long period of time from a specific, and in fact short, period of time. It came about because people when people tell you “in a second”, it More…

mirin

(verb) To be in a state of wonder and awe (aka: admiration). ="This chick walked by me when I was doing curls at the gym. She was totally mirin the guns." Etymology : clipping More…

Mirin' 3

To stare at in an admiring way. =The term is used mainly by people at the gym when they think people are looking at their muscles. It can also be pronounced as “miring”. Etymology : The More…

mis-wave

(mis- and wave) to mistakenly and embarrassingly return a wave to someone who is actually waving to the person behind you. =“I totally just mis-waved at that hottie. Sh**t” Etymology : More…

misclass

a phrase that has a “dirty” double entendre not intended by the speaker I believe this term was originally used because a double entendre can be seen as a sort of incorrectly More…

Misclass (2)

A phrase that when taken out of context can act as a sexual double-entendre or innuendo, but the phrase must not be an intentional double-entendre or innuendo. =In conversation, if one More…

misconcede

(affixation) To admit a false statement as true unknowingly =This term is likely the result of speakers that know how to use its root word, "concede", prefixing the word without More…

miscreantics

actions that are delinquent and juvenile, yet fun for the one doing the actions. The blend combines the delinquency associated with miscreant (meaning "criminal") with the playfulness of More…

mise

To, against all odds, receive exactly what you need exactly when you need it. =When you 'mise' something, you are typically getting it by chance. For example, "Jim mised an More…

Mise

(Verb) To do something almost as an afterthought. The benefits are very lucky if they are to happen but there is no downside. It embodies the expression, "Why not?". ="I More…

mishmosh

a mixture whose components are not easily identified or separated Possible reason used: Glides off the tongue more easily; is a phonetic change geared towards comfort and possibly the sound More…

misleadership

The art of misleading people. This word gives an example of intentional (although satirical) amelioration of the word mislead. Mislead carries a negative connotation, but when altered to More…

misogynoir

Term coined to describe a specific kind of sexism faced by black women. Most often refers specifically the violence, mistreatment, and erasure they experience at the hand of black men. More…

missional10

(adjective) It refers to people having an innate want to go out and perform missions. It means that people are born being task oriented and driven to complete hard things across the world. More…


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