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Bisectional

To belong to two different sections, esp. in a band or other musical group. It sounds like “bisexual,” and has similar connotations- one says bisexual, and it’s a bit risky More…

Bish

(noun) Another way of saying the word "bitch" ="Bish" is a simply a softer and shorter way for saying the word bitch. ="Me and my niggas tryna get it ya More…

bish2

a close friend. A term of endearment for a close friend. =Derived from the word "bitch." Originally, "bitch" meant a female dog, and then it went on to mean a mean and More…

Bismarck

1. (Vulgar) To slap someone with one’s penis I am not sure how this term relates to Otto von Bismarck, whom I assume the term relates back to as he is probably the most famous More…

Bit

(Of an online post) Taken or used without permission. =The way this word was used suggests that it is probably a synonym of the word “stolen.” I don’t think it was a nonce word since the More…

bitch

To be outmaneuvered in a sporting competition, usually by someone of better skill level. The word bitch is often a noun used for someone who is taken advantaged of, usually in the context More…

bitch and a half

(conversion; slang) something that is very difficult or annoying =That test was a bitch and a half Etymology : bitch and a half is also a noun referring to a person who is exceedingly More…

Bitch cup

The cup in the middle of the rack in drinking games that has some special purpose depending on the game =In Beer Pong, the middle cup within the 10 cup pyramid. If a male makes this cup on More…

Bitchdar

A method of determining how big a bitch somebody (usually a girl) is either using methods similar to ESP or by analyzing her reactions to various types of advances. Alt. A ‘sixth More…

bitchery

whining, complaining, and a generally negative and unpleasant conversation After expressing the extent of her negative emotional state, the author of the word was also not pleased with More…

bitchify

to make something more bitch-like, usually in a sense of meanness ="She used to be nice, but now she's been bitchified by her new friends." Etymology : 'bitch' More…

bitcoin

A digital cryptocurrency that allows holders to maintain a digital currency with no physical manifestation. ="Buy your space flight with bitcoin." Etymology : A compound of the More…

Bite

When a person or group borrows ideas and uses them as their own, without due credit. These ideas can range from what they should wear, types of music to listen to, or even what they should More…

bitmining

The process by which one mines bitcoins using computational power. ="It is no longer feasible for a person to go bitmining. The power costs of running the processors is greater than More…

bitrot

the process of gradual change to computers over time which causes old files and programs to be difficult or impossible to use with modern computers =bit rot originally referred to the More…

bivi

One who climbs boulders, pursues bouldering. For some reason the word was not turned into bivo after the standard clipping, instead, it became bivi. This could be because bivi has a more More…

Biz

being occupied, as in an occupation or line of work It was used to refer to someone as being busy in a quick and stylish way. =I haven’t seen him all day…he must be really biz More…

biz cas

clipping of business casual, referring to attire =Whip out your best biz cas for this event. Etymology : clipping from "business casual" =heard from co-worker, 9/2010

Bizarred

in a state of finding something bizarre She found it odd and could not find a word to describe that feeling. However, everyone involved in the conversation understood that she found the More…

bizarrity

the state of being strikingly out of the ordinary =his bizarrity did shock me Etymology : come from "bizarre". adding a noun suffix changes it to a noun form =a friend


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