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Narp

Not a real person - someone who possesses qualities that are either god-like, or so unusual that they don’t appear to fit in with society. Usually used for the purposes of exaggeration More…

narthing

saying 'nothing' in a teasing way Online conversations tend to lack the intonation of speaking. Thus, while it shows the clear difference when we say nothing in different way, online More…

Naruto runner

Noun A person who runs with their unbent arms backwards, forming a “V” from above, with their torso as the point; a person who Naruto runs Naruto run (Verb) To run with unbent arms More…

nastified

Something that became nasty. needed an adjective to describe something that became nasty =The food here is nastified. Etymology : derivation of nast(y) + -fied =Will Rice freshman

nasty

Something that is actually good, akin to “amazing” or “awesome”. =analogous in extreme sense, but opposite in meaning. Etymology : different usage of "nasty" =9/18/2011 - More…

Nasty

Really cool, stylish, or impressive. =“Nasty” originally meant “filthy, dirty, or unpleasant” but underwent amelioration and now is a much more positive term that practically means the More…

Natitude

(Nationals+attitude) the attitude and style of play that the Washington Nationals employ =Bryce Harper strutted around the bases with Natitude after knocking that one out of the park. More…

natties

(noun) Nationals, specifically ultimate frisbee college nationals. ="We're going to qualify for natties this year!” Etymology : Shortening of the word "nationals" from More…

natty light

(Noun) Natty Light refers to natural light beer, it is basically a bad tasting beer which is high in alcohol content and affects most when consumed in high quantities. Usually consumed by More…

Natureculture

A part of the human culture not connected with humans (animals, plants etc.). =In my Anthropology class (ANTH 201) it is used like a simple term, which allows to briefly denote a certain More…

Navahonky

a person of Caucasian roots who is enthusiastic about Native-American culture. This enthusiam may be expressed through Native-American jewelry, clothing, artwork, music, or religious More…

Navigatron

Navigation unit used on a spacecraft. Mr. Watterson wanted to use a word which sounded alien, as the comic (http://dlazechk.beplaced.com/mergedspacemanspiffathome6.html), is clearly alien. More…

naviguesser

The person in the passenger seat of a vehicle who looks at a map and tries to help the driver find their destination. My dad created this word while we were on a family vacation. He More…

naw

(VERB) "Do you know what I..." =Often when someone is talking they'll ask the listener if they understand by saying "do you know what I mean?" If it is said quickly More…

nawmean

To understand. =“I can’t go with you to the mall today, it’s going to be too crowded to move, nawmean?” Etymology : From Do you know what I mean? A clipping and blending of the phrase More…

NBB

(literal(ly)) Short for Nose Blow Burn which is the reddened chaffing caused by blowing ones nose a lot. =Used when complaining about a cold and the visible symptoms that come with it. NBB More…

NBD

(Acronym) No big deal; unimportant, unnecessary; something not worth worrying over. 'NBD' is an acronym formed by the first letters of 'no big deal'. It was probably More…

NBD (1)

“No big deal;” not a problem. Used very informally. It has about the same meaning as "it's okay" or "don't worry about it." =NBD. I can take care of it. More…

NBD (215)

calm and short response to someone who let you down; simpler way of saying ‘no big deal’ =This term is used as an acronym because it implies annoyance as a response to someone who didn’t More…

NBD(2)

(initialism) stands for “No Big Deal.” a phrase used to make it seem like something was not that important, when, in fact, it was. =I got a 100 on that calculus test, NBD. Etymology : More…


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