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Twig (1)

(v.) To freak out; to jump or scream in surprise. To 'tweak' ="I twigged when that dog suddenly barked at us." Etymology : Probably derives from "tweak", More…

Twihard

(blending) Someone obsessed with the "Twilight" book series by Stephanie Meyer. It is a blend of the words "Twilight" and "die-hard". Twihards are more obsessed More…

Twihard (1)

Person who follows all news about the Twilight series, usually excessively in the eyes of others. =Jenny was such a Twihard that she wore a T-shirt with Team Jacob on it every other day. More…

twin telepathy

A term used to describe the ability of twins to predict what the other will say next. Not necessarily mind-reading, but an uncanny ability that twins have. Sometimes will result in twins More…

twincest

(noun) An actual fetish that involves twins, and by extension, incest. =-"You ready to see Harry Potter tonight?" -"Nope. I accidentally stumbled on some Fred and George More…

twink

To wear better equipment than players of same level wearing normal equipment but still losing to them in battle. The word “twink” originated in the MMORPG, or Massive More…

Twinkie

An Asian person who has assimilated into the white-American community A twinkie is an Asian person who has assimilated into the white-American community. Twinkie is used in the figurative More…

twinkie (1)

Referring to an asian who acts like a white person, usually a person who has lived in a white community for a long time. This is a metaphor of 'twinkie' which means a small, sweet More…

Twinkies

Silly way of saying 'twins,' as Twinkies come in pairs of identical snack cakes. =Hey, we're wearing the same shirt. / Twinkies! Etymology : From the Host snack cakes More…

Twip

term meaning "twerp" or annoying person =A futuristic type of term that is used to describe an annoying person. Similarly used to the word "twerp". ="Get out More…

twisted

(other word formation type) to be under the influence of multiple substances, usually one of which is illegal =Used mainly by stones, it refers to being drunk and high or drunk and some More…

Twististics

Statistics that have been distorted, exaggerated, or misquoted in order to support a political position, which is done in such a way that they no longer represent the facts. Twististics More…

Twitcon

The picture icon a user has on Twitter. =The term twitcon is used by users of Twitter. This term is becoming more well-known and solely refers to the picture icon used on Twitter. More…

Twitget

To involuntarily move around in a sudden and jerky manner due to small, localized muscle contractions, indicative of impatience or anxiousness. =A clipping and blend of ‘twitch’ and More…

Twiticism

Disapproval written on the Twitter internet service. =The student’s harsh twiticism was investigated by the school as harassment. Etymology : Blend of Twitter and criticism, “it” being More…

twitpic

blend and clipping of "Twitter" and "picture," i.e. a posting of a picture on twitter =Did you see Morgan's twitpic today? Etymology : possible blend/clipping of More…

twitter

the act of updating one’s status on the network Twitter, or of reading others’ status updates on Twitter =The verb “twitter” is a zero derivation from Twitter, a mobile social network More…

Twitter-War

a term used to describe a fight that occurred via twitter. =Twitter is a popular social media site. Users post tweets, and their followers can react and respond to that tweet. War is a More…

Twitterian

a person who uses a social networking website called 'Twitter.' =All of my friends are Twitterians. Etymology : Compounding of the word 'Twitter' and the suffix More…

twitterpated

Giddy with newfound springtime love Coined becayse of the need for an innocent and yet descriptive term. =They're twitterpated! Etymology : twitter 'the chatter of a bird' + pate 'head' More…


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