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boogle

(deliberate misspelling) to surprise to the point of incomprehension; analogous to “boggle,” as in “boggles my mind” =perhaps aided by sound symbolism, as the “oo” sound subjectively sounds More…

Boojehetto

A rich individual who has a baroque style of living He or she still goes on in a ghetto manner despite wealth. Implies extravagance, flamboyance. Emphasize the extravagant behavior of the More…

booji

pompous or haughty =Originating from the French word "bourgeoisie", booji is used to describe those that act as if they were members of the bourgeoisie. Booji is more often used More…

Boojie

haughty, elitist, snobbish. Boojie is a slang word derived from the word bourgeois, which refers to a member of the middle class. In addition to this definition of this word there is a More…

boojy

(clipping) having the qualities of someone being uppity and arrogant =“I don’t need you or your brand new Benz, or your boojy friends” Etymology : Possibly coming for the word bourgeoisie More…

book

To move very rapidly as if in a hurry =Man that guy is bookin' it.(describing a car speeding past) Etymology : Unknown =Friend from a small Texas town, Kevin Calhoun

Book hangover

The difficulty in coming back to reality after just finishing reading a book. =Curing a Book Hangover Etymology : This is a compound of book and hangover, which uses an analogy of the More…

book10

(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 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…

Bool

doing computer science homework in a casual and relaxed way Etymology : possibly a clipping of boolean, a logical true/false used in computer programing, it has a similar structure to 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…

Boomer

A middle-aged or older person who holds conservative viewpoints and believes that millennials or anyone in a younger generation is ruining society. =You can call someone a boomer who is More…

boomer

(clipping) a term used to refer to a person, usually but not necessarily in their late 50’s or older, who expresses views perceived as out-of-touch or offensive. =Previously used as a More…

Boomerang /ˈbuməˌræŋ/

(No specific type of word-formation) A type of picture that has movement that goes back and forth in an endless loop. The action you perform while you take a boomerang will be performed, 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…


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