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Pegsister

A female fan of the television show My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2010) an animated television show targeted at little girls; the female equivalent of a brony. =: Imitates the More…

Pence

Clipped form of pencil, as in the term used to write. =I think I left my pence in math class since I used it for the test. Etymology : Penc- is clipped from pencil; the final More…

pencilectomy

The surgical removal of a pencil. =Analogous to “appendectomy,” but removing a pencil rather than an appendix. Etymology : “Pencil” comes from Old French “pincel,” meaning “paint brush,” More…

penguin-sliding

sliding on one’s belly on the wet ground Penguins are known to slide down icy slopes on their belly because they can move more quickly that way (as opposed to waddling on their feet). More…

penhead

a person who is constantly writing or typing something to the point that they it would seem more practical to have a pen as a head reason used: to express how excessively someone writes =I More…

penii

the (incorrect) plural form of penis - incorrectly assumed to be a Greek word, in which the plural form of -us is -i. The actual plural form of the Latin word penis is penises or penes. More…

Penngineer

(Noun) A student at the University of Pennsylvania’s engineering school =The University of Pennsylvania is often referred simply as ‘UPenn’ or ‘Penn’. Similarly, this clipping can also be More…

penocentric

Centered around or concerned with the penis, sexual desire. It was used to use a compact word to describe the selfish desires of some men to fornicate. =Men should train themselves to be More…

pensieve

An imaginary sieve with the magical ability to store thoughts There is no real pensieve, so the author imagined a basin as a reservoir for storing thoughts, to be re-enacted and viewed More…

people

a person; one member of a particular subgroup of people =synecdoche uses the whole of "people" to describe a single person belonging to that subgroup of people defined by a More…

people-watch

to watch the behavior of the people and how they interact each other; to investigate how diversified the people in a given location are T. likes to ask questions which involve lots of More…

peopley

Crowded, overly social or socially engaging =Peopley tacks on an adjective-making ending to people to derive a word describing an event or place the speaker deems has too many people. More…

Pep

A pepper (the vegetable) =This is an abbreviation for pepper. It is an informal word best used in conversations with friends. It was probably coined either to make the word shorter and More…

Pepe

A meme, originating in the comic series Boys’ Club by Matt Furie, depicting a green frog in a variety of situations. While Pepes are often quite mundane, some of the memes show the frog in More…

pepega

(Derivation) A person acting in an unusual or idiotic manner =The history of this term appears to go back to the name of an image used in chatrooms on the livestreaming service Twitch. The More…

pepperoni

slang for an areola which is especially large and distinct A clear metaphor/analogy here: to describe something, the speaker makes reference to a commonly known object; in this case, a More…

Peppier

The employee at fine restaurants whose job description entail, in part or in full, the grating of fresh pepper over salads and entrees via an extra-long, restaurant-issued pepper mill More…

pepto-moment

an instance of gastrointestinal discomfort or pain during which the use of the medicine Pepto-Bismol may be of some relief =‘Pepto’ is a clipping of the proper name for the brand of More…

perch

An unspecific exclamation that denotes either a greeting, or an expression of surprise and/or excitement Origin & Source: During Lovett’s Pirate Booty party, a group of senior boys More…

Percussive maintenance

The fine art and technique of whacking an electronic device to make it work or keep it working Percussive maintenance is a fabulous euphemism for how many people try to fix their More…


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