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Dayam

Extended version of damn. When someone needs to use an exaggerated form of damn, due to surprise normally. Not used in as many instances as damn, but when added effect is required. =Dayam More…

dayger

“Dayger” is a noun and a blend. It is used to refer to a party that happens during the day, where massive amounts of alcohol are consumed. Etymology : A blend of the words “day” and More…

Daystar

A sarcastically overformal name for the Sun, the only star visible during the day. =Ex: “The last time I went outside the house, my flesh was burned by the scalding rays of the Daystar.” More…

dayum

Similar to "damn". An exclamation of surprise and often of awe. ="Dayum!That performance was incredible" Etymology : Formed by exaggerating the vowel in More…

dazzle-doer

One who places a large emphasis on looks and fashion reason-used: It was quick and cute, and got the point across effectively =My sister and I are so different. I’m a down to earth, More…

DC

(And Abbreviation) It means the specific beverage of a diet dark soda. It does not necessarily mean Coke. =I am drinking DC. Etymology : It is zero-derivation and abbreviation. It comes More…

DCAP-BTLS

Eight critical physical signs in a trauma patient: Deformities, Contusion, Abrasion, Puncture, Bleeding, Tenderness, Laceration, and Swelling. The abbreviation and compounding of the 8 long More…

DCO

(initialism) ‘Done cracked out’; refers to anyone who is dependent on or addicted to drugs, not specific to only crack cocaine The intialism is formed from the phrase ‘done cracked out’, More…

dd

daughter Reason used: The word was used to talk about someone’s daughter in a very short way. The acronym “dd” seems to have originally meant “dear daughter”. More…

De

(Noun) Defence, especially in a sports setting, where it is used to refer to the need to keep the other team from scoring. =The word is likely produced as a result of the nature of cheering More…

De Niroesqisms

A De Niroesquism is a word referring to phrases that remind a person of something Robert De Niro would do or say. It would be used when a person does or says something that is reminiscent More…

de-friend

To remove someone as a friend on Facebook. =After we broke up I decided to de-friend him. Etymology : Defriend is one of the words that is associated with facebook. Friending someone on More…

de-hardcode

To make (code) no longer hardcoded. =Derivation from “hardcode” by adding the prefix “re-,” meaning “undo.” Etymology : “hardcode” is from “hard” and “code,” with “hard” referring to the More…

de-manned

Having had one’s masculinity compromised, either in a physical or non-physical sense reason used: It was uttered in a time of excitement and laughter, so it was likely a More…

de-pants

to perform a prank in which a person pulls down the pants of the victim, embarrassing them by exposing their underwear. =This word is derived from the noun pants, with the derivational More…

Dead

(adjective) usually used when something is extremely funny, a person's reaction to said funniness to be be "dead" ="I'm dead" is typically what people say in More…

dead

(metaphorical extension) originally meaning to be in a state of being dead, the word has, by metaphorical extension, come to mean very surprised or deflated, probably because death is More…

Dead Presidents

All American money that has dead presidents' pictures on it. =Well I ain't broke but I'm badly bent. Everybody loves them DEAD PRESIDENTS! Etymology : Dead Presidents. Compound of More…

Dead-ass

(adjective) extremely serious =People usually use this phrase to emphasize how serious they are about something. This phrase is more commonly used among African Americans Etymology : More…

dead-ass

(Phrase) verification of the truthfulness of an event; seriously =the meaning of the term (or expression) ‘dead-ass’ is likely a result of metaphoric shift. That is, when one is being More…


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