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(From the word whipped. Which is generally used as a verb and describes the act of hitting something. Through derivation it is used as an adjective.) The act of being madly in love to the More…

Whippin

Slang term for driving a car, or being out with a car. “Whip” is a slang term for car, so “whippin” is the act of driving said car. The ending g is left off of what would be “wipping”, More…

Whiskey tango

impoverished people of Western European descent. Usually refers to those who are uneducated and live in trailer parks. White trash. =Those folks are totally whiskey tango. Etymology : More…

whistle

a pistol The word may have originated as a result of metaphor. Both guns and whistles are metal, have similar shape, and make loud noises. It may be used as a euphmism to keep eavesdroppers More…

white bread

not very different from the ordinary and average, uninteresting. In my high school, the majority of people were plain and average and predictable. Those who did not fall into that category More…

White Cloud

(metaphor) a person who, while on medical service duty, generally gets few patients or emergency calls, especially used for beginners trying to get experience on any particular shift. The More…

White-hat

n. head referee, v. to be the head referee. Usually, with a crew of officials, only the head referee wears a white hat. =Are you going to white-hat this game? =Asked this question More…

White-washed

Refers to someone of any race other than Caucasian taking on seemingly Caucasian characteristics in diction, gestures, and actions. The term is a metaphor for purging something by scrubbing More…

Whitegirlwasted

description of any person who has consumed enough alcohol that they can no longer control themselves =Compounding of the words White, Girl, and Wasted into a single adjectival word. More…

Whitelash

(noun) A social or political backlash of some kind undertaken by the white demographic. =During the 2016 election season, the word took on a slightly more specific meaning of “racist white More…

whitelash2

“Whitelash” is a noun and a blend. The term was coined by CNN commentator Van Jones, and used to describe the election of Donald Trump, as a recoil of whites in America against racial More…

whitepill

(Compounding; Analogy) To cause someone to feel hopeful or optimistic =The white in whitepill is intended to carry the sense of “hopefulness”. The use of white and brightness for words More…

whitesque

characteristic of a white person To say something is whitesque is to say that it is typical of white people in general. The word is a blending of the morphemes ‘white’ and More…

whitewash

In any media that portrays humans, to make an overly large percentage of the characters white ="The reality is that the whitewashing of video game characters is a choice." More…

Whodi

A favored person =Yea…she’s my whodi! Etymology : It was used to refer to a girlfriend (friend) =A friend

whomp whomp

(imitation) sound used to denote helplessness or mild despair in a situation, derived from sound effect in video games or cartoons =person 1: “I have so much homework tonight. I shouldn’t More…

Whoogle

(Dr. Who and Google) The celebration of Dr. Who's 50th anniversary by Google. Google's homepage was made into a game in honor of this occasion =Dr. Who is a popular television More…

Whoop

Short cheer that Texas A&M University students/alumni do to show their excitement after a good sports play done by a Texas A&M sports team. Apparent meaning: a short cheer that students More…

Whooped

To be defeated; to be beaten. =It is more related to the interjection “whoop!” (oops) than to the verb “to whoop” (scream). The derived participle serves as a predicate and indicates some More…

Whoosh

(response/exclamation) Whoosh’ is a term used almost exclusively online in response to someone who hasn’t caught on to the sarcasm in a joke. ‘Whoosh’ is an onomatopoeia for the sound a joke More…


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