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Fullsend

To put in full effort into something =“If we’re going to pass this test, we gotta fullsend tonight.” Etymology : It is said to originate in climbing slang in the 1990s and possibly More…

funage

('Fun' + '-age'(suffix forming a noun that denotes an action)) Funage, n. A event or game that was characterized by lots of fun. =Funage is made by a back formation More…

funbag

The female mammary glands. Slang to describe a woman’s breasts in a comical manner. =Janet Jackson’s right funbag seemingly receives more highlight replays than the past four More…

funcated

To have one’s fun ended abruptly by something. Used in conversation by a friend whose fun was ended by the RUPD stopping the party he was attending. =Used in conversation by a friend More…

Funcomfortable

(blending of fun and uncomfortable) Funny yet explicit, hence causing listeners to feel uncomfortable. This word was used as a title of Chris Hardwick’s 2016 stand-up special. The show More…

Funcuddled

Confused, bewildered Apparent meaning, etymology, and type of word formation: “Funcuddled” means confused. This word contains a most fascinating, roundabout history. The first More…

fundies

a clipped/slang form of fundamentalists (people who stressing strict and literal adherence to a set of basic principles). Has a derogatory overtone. In the post, the poster apparently More…

Funemployment

The practice of enjoying one’s unemployment. Etymology : Fun + Unemployment. An enjoyable unemployment. =LA Times. 6/4/2009.

funfetti

(generalization) A type of soft cake with small colored sprinkles both inside and on the icing. =The term originates from a metaphorical association of the colored sprinkles in the cake More…

Fungry

To be incredibly hungry ="Can we go to the Hoot? I'm fungry." Etymology : Blending of 'fucking' and 'hungry' =My suitemate

Funilly

Describes an event, person, or idea which is humorous in nature or appearance. Funilly is used for its humorous tone. It is turning the term funny into a comical word which makes one want More…

funkcoustic

genre of music blending characteristics of acoustic and funk genres most likely used to match the other mix of adjectives used to describe the sound of this band. The band’s unique More…

Funketate

(Affixation) To be messed up; to be strange or vaguely disturbing or troubling. The neologism '(to) funketate' was possibly formed from a blend of the adjective 'funky' More…

Funkified

Funkified is another way of saying funky, or describing something as odd or weird. It is a more specific term with a slightly different meaning than funky for instance, so it needed a new More…

FUNKINETICS

a very energetic form of step aerobics that mixes exercise and soul music. =If you like soul music and aerobics, you'll like funkinetics. Etymology : Blend of funk and kinetics More…

funktified

Corrupted, impure, deviating from the acceptable norm. Corrupted, impure. This appears to be a euphemism for the term ‘f***ed up,’ which has a similar meaning. It could also More…

Funktionnaire

(Noun) It refers to someone who is an important figure in good “funky” music. It can refer to different genres of music such as jazz, electronic, punk, pop etc. The person usually has a good More…

Funnovation

Literally a "fun innovation" ="Old Navy Funnovations Inc.--where all the Old Navy Funnovations come from." Etymology : Blending of 'fun' and More…

Funny

a witty quip Stewart had made an ironic and funny observation that was not a pun or a joke. Saying “Stewart made a witty quip” does not have the same effect. The person also More…

funny

a witty quip The speaker said this after Bill made a humorous observation. It wasn't a joke or a pun - there was no one word to describe what he said, so the speaker made a new word. Funny More…


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