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(metaphorical extension) the word originally meaning a collection of paper with words printed on them has come to mean any collection of text or device that can hold text =“Oh yeah, hold on, More…

booklust

A strong desire for or impulse to read books ="I feel booklust. I think I will visit the bookstore this evening." Etymology : Compound composed of root book (from German buch) More…

Bookstagram

(noun) A bookstagram is an instagram account that is dedicated to focusing on books. =Bookstagrams are likely to feature photos that are mostly of books, settings for books, and perhaps the More…

BOOKY

Fond of books; having a strong love for reading and books. Possible reason used: The speaker used the word BOOKY to be brief and to-the-point. Instead of saying “she loves books and More…

Boom

(Interjection; Onomatopoeia) A casual oral/written exclamation of something to accentuate its significance. =Used informally both in a written form or verbally as an exclamation to More…

boom

sudden or abrupt, generally in a dramatic fashion =A metaphorical extension from an archaic onomatopoeic word for a loud noise, such as firing a cannon. Now used in slightly humorous ways More…

boondocks

a distant, rural area. Used frequently in my hometown to describe various other remote places in the parish. =The Boondocks. Etymology : Zero Derivation of boondocks =Conversation More…

boondocks

Any remote, far-off, rural area. Connotes backwardness and lack of racial diversity. Synonymous with ‘hinterlands’. Derived from the Tagalog as well as the Filipino word More…

Booner

A Boone and Crockett buck whitetail deer. It must have a high score on the Boone and Crockett system for rating antlers or racks. =There are a bunch of booners in south texas to mount on More…

booped

touching someone on the nose saying BOOP! =I just booped some kid on the nose Etymology : past tense of boop =Cole Parrish

boost

To steal. Used mainly in context with stealing street racing cars. =I am not parking here. Someone will boost my car. =A friend

Boost

to brag =semantic change through metaphor. boost initially means to develop rapidly. when the subject that is manually developed is the situation or the speaker's ego, it became what More…

boot

To vomit The term “boot” as a word for vomiting probably came about because when people vomit, they most often vomit downward, and the frequent victims of this act are some More…

Bootie called

Being asked to do a 'bootie call' i.e. sexual favor. Used to talk about a recent action in which a person, almost always a woman, is requested by a man for pleasure. To gossip about a More…

Bootiful

An alternative form of ‘beautiful’ used primarily during Halloween season or when discussing ghosts. =It is so bootiful! Etymology : This neologism is formed from a blend of More…

bootilicous

(booty + delicious) sexy (in a specific sense of having big breast or butt) =blending of "booty" and "delicious" people can refer to a women's breast or butt as More…

bootleg

delapidated and decaying; on the verge of self-destruction due to its own feeble constitution The bed frame that I built last year was made of 2X4 wood beams nailed sloppily together on top More…

boots

Added after an adjective for emphasis. ="Boots" is used as a suffix to add emphasis to adjectives, although it is separated from the adjective it modifies by a space. It is used More…

bootsy

extremely ugly, undesirable A possible modification of booty, like the phrase ‘butt ugly’? Possibly used, to use a word to convey just how ugly the skirt was. =Her skirt is so More…

booty

very bad or poor in quality to the point that one is confused at how something could be so terrible. Formal terms rarely convey the emotion behind someone's opinion. Such an informal, More…


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