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19.PBL

(Noun) It is giant group project which involves Sophomore Bioengineers and requires a large time commitment. The projects focus on open ended questions that are left for the students to More…

2.Commish

(Noun) a. It is the official in charge of the league who sets up the rules and runs the league in fantasy football. He acts as the deciding vote when changes are made in the league. =“The More…

20.Legit

(Adjective) In modern terms the word legit means to be awesome or extremely skilled at a certain activity especially relating to young past times such as computer games and extreme sports More…

24-karat bull

Pertaining to nonsensical or false statements that one genuinely believes or treats as truth. =The term combines the quality of 24-karat gold, which is 100% pure gold, with the word bull, More…

241

an electrical engineering course at Rice University with a reputation for difficulty =developed as a more convenient alternative to ELEC 241 as no other Rice course with number 241 is More…

3-capped

(derivation) Jargon of the game series Super Smash Bros. It means how many lives you have left after you have defeated the opponent. In other words, 2-capping, 1-capping, etc. are also all More…

3.Schlore

(Adjective) A person who is acting very slutty around everyone they see. Also, can mean a person who is very drunk and acting flirtatious to everyone around them. =“Carolina you are being More…

30-rack

A pack of thirty cheap beers. =Waseem bought a 30-rack for the underage freshmen. Etymology : Cheap beer is generally bought in packs of 30, and they are stacked together in one package. More…

30k millionaire

(creative word formation) A "30k millionaire" is an individual who gives off the appearance of living a lavish and expensive lifestyle, but in reality, survives off a very limited More…

4.Janky (5)

(Adjective) A word which describes an object to be of bad design or make. It is used to describe objects which are old and worn out as well. =“That car is janky” Etymology : It has not More…

404

A person who has no clue about what he is doing. =I wish I could be working with someone who knows what he's talking about. My manager is a 404 Etymology : "404 URL NOT More…

404 (four-o-four)

Someone who is clueless as to what they are doing ="I wish I understood what's going on in this Sociology course. I am such a 404 when it comes to Sociology." Etymology : More…

411

information. Derived from the directory assistance phone service. Mother uses it frequently when trying pry into my personal life. =Give me the 411. Etymology : Derived from the More…

411

Information or informative details, usually about a planned event or activity. Also 4-1-1. =Here's the 411 on the crabbing trip Etymology : One usually dials 4-1-1 on the telephone to More…

411

(broadening) information, status, or gossip =Person 1: "What's the 411 on our Rodeo tickets?" Person 2: "I'm still waiting for prices to come down, before I buy More…

419

A scam, cheating or deception, advance free fraud. 419 is an extremely popular term, used in Nigeria and many other countries in Africa to refer to scams and frauds. It is derived from More…

4shadowing

foreshadowing. It was used to be childlike and funny. =A flash animation that is a joke review of To Kill a Mocking Bird. =http://www.stanford.edu/~scodary/tkam.htm

5 by 5

To be in a content state of being; to be fine or doing well; a way of saying everything is alright. Slang phrase derived from radio terminology, specifically signal strength and clarity of More…

5.Def (5)

(Noun) A word which is used as a shortened version of definition meaning that it is the characteristics of an object especially in the sense of optical ratings with technologies such as More…

5ever

(with reanalysis) a period of time longer than forever =This term is likely formed on analogy to forever but only after a reanalysis of forever as four + ever. This is likely due to the More…


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