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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…

Twitterati

An avid user of the app Twitter. =Used to describe someone who is an avid use of Twitter. This refers to a person who constantly tweets and responds to a lot of people’s tweets. 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…

Twitterpated

To be nervously excited or infatuated. The first word twitterpated is derived from the word twitter, which connotes nervousness, whereas –pated most likely means “the act of being”, so More…

Twitterverse

The collection of all social media activity on the website Twitter. =The twitterverse exploded with activity yesterday after the presidential elections. Etymology : Blending of More…

twitticism

a witty saying or clever joke made by a stupid person; a stupid person’s sub-par joke or a failed attempt at cleverness. The connotative value of this term makes it a useful More…

Twittizen

Someone who uses Twitter =Describes someone who uses Twitter frequently. The connotation of citizen seems to imply that there are good and bad twittizens, that general un-written More…

two-gether

Two people joining or uniting. Two objects gathering. to creatively refer to two objects coming together =Two instrumental songs on the album "Australia" and "Two-gether" sound like they More…

Twoc

To joyride, to steal a car. It is also becoming more popularly used as a synonym for steal. It is derived from the acronym of "Take Without Owners Consent" the technical term for joyriding More…

Twoc (2)

Generally refers to jacking someone else's car and going for a joyride without the owner's permission. =This is not technically stealing, which requires the thief to permanently More…

Twofer

An offer or arrangement in which one expense yields two returns. apparent meaning: something that yields a dual return for a single expense. There has long been a saying, 'two for the price More…

TWSS

(initialism) that's what she said =This initialism is used as a joke to invoke a sexual image after someone says something. It is a shortening of the full phrase "that's what More…

Twumdiffler

Part of the female anatomy that brings great pleasure to a women. Apparent Meaning: seems to be referring to some female body part Type of Word Formation: Completely made up Reason used: More…

ty

Thank you A quick way to type thank you without acually having to type it all out. =ty so much for doing that for me Etymology : Acromyn of Thank You =my friend on AIM


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