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Pupper

Another name for puppy, or baby dogs. =This word is derived from the root word “puppy”. The replacement of the “-y” morpheme with the “-er” is probably done to add cuteness to the word, More…

Pupper1

A pupper can be a puppy or any other small dog; unlike the word puppy, it does not necessarily denote a young dog, only the size of the dog in relation to other dogs. The “er” on the end of More…

pupperino

a very young and tiny dog, often very cute as well =Very specific to internet language, but is starting to appear in everyday language. Works within a hierarchy of dog sizes where More…

Puppers

(Creative Respelling) A term referring to at least one cute puppy or small dog. =This word is formed by making the word “puppy” cute by speaking in baby talk, which is “…the speech of an More…

puppy

item of interest The use of the word “baby” as slang for “an object of personal concern or interest” (ie, “my new computer is my baby”) has long been More…

Purchase

To chase after someone, seeking a relationship. =The coiner of this word is not a native English speaker (though she does speak it fluently), so this could have been an accidental blending More…

Purel

Any sort of hand sanitizer, especially in a portable bottle. Purel is the largest manufacturer of portable bottles of hand sanitizer, and one of the first companies to produce it at all. More…

Purp

(Short of "purple" from "purple drank".; Refers to an object.) Purple Drank a recreational drink that is made of of prescription strength cough syrup, containing codeine More…

Purple

cough syrup often consumed by rappers for its mind-altering effects This word has shifted from an adjective (describing the color of Robitussin) to a noun that actually references the cough More…

Purple drank

(Metaphor) A beverage that is colored purple, generally a mixture of other drinks. The term 'purple drank' started as the street name for a mixture of soda and cough syrup More…

purple sprite

a recreational drug originating in Houston, TX comprised of the carbonated beverage, Sprite, mixed with liquid hydrocodone or codine prescription cough syrup. =: “I’m in the city of the More…

Purpling

Engaging in sexual activity =The word uses analogy to describe the intimate interaction between a male and female; the female is considered "pink" and the male "blue;" More…

Purse-lipped

To be very quiet with some sense of disapproval. Come from the action of lips that are pursed, which means they are tightly shut. =“He breezed past other lawmakers and staff members in More…

Push

in tennis, to attempt to win points by hitting the ball softly and waiting for one’s opponent to make a mistake, instead of trying to hit winners by oneself. My friend wanted to More…

push

To drive, often a nice car. =I saw you pushin that Land Rover, on the way over here, I like. Etymology : It is most likely derived from the trend of driving with one hand on the steering More…

Pushfest

A tennis match in which both players attempt to win points by hitting the ball softly and waiting for their opponent to make a mistake, instead of trying to hit winners themselves. I am not More…

pussery

(Derivation; Analogy) The condition of being weak-willed, unprincipled, duplicitous. =The word puss and its derivatives have historically been tied to perceived qualities of both felines More…

Pussy

(semantic shift) A male who is deemed cowardly and womanly. Originally a vulgar slam term referring to female genetalia (perhaps itself a metaphor stemming from the term pussy referring to More…

Pussy out

(uncertain) To quit something; to give up. =The adposition “out” correlates with the meaning “to end, to quit” - so we have a metaphor from the spatial deixis “out of some space” to the More…

pussy-bird

a cowardly individual, mostly male. Used to provoke an individual into committing a crime =You’re a pussy-bird, even my little sister is more manly than you. Go on rob the store More…


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