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Lite

(Creative Spelling) A name for the limited version of a program or piece of software that only has limited functionality that is intended to give the user an idea of what the software does so More…

liter.a.cola

a freaking liter of cola the pronunciation of .a. is the same as the u in upon. =(Officer Farva:) "Yeah, gimme uh double bacon cheeseburger, and uhh, gimmee uh liter.a.cola." cashier: "I More…

literally

Used instead of figuratively. People often use literally when in actuality quite the opposite is true, they are merely over-exaggerating. This is not merely a misuse of the word because it More…

literally

(widening) “in literal terms” or figuratively =although a common word, the meaning of the term “literally” has expanded recently to now also include the meaning of figuratively. By this More…

Literally

(semantic shift) Figuratively. Often, the word “literally” is used to mean the opposite of its original meaning. It is used for exaggeration in a conversation. When someone says “I literally More…

Literasewer

literature that one considers to lack in merit. My friend wanted a way to denigrate my reading Harry Potter and thus establish my book choice as inferior. He thus blended the words More…

little monsters

(Metaphor) The musical performer Lady Gaga is known for her awesome electronicesque pop music, and crazy fashion sense. A lot of people have also gone so far as to call her monster because More…

Littlefinger

(Eponym) A word originating from the Game of Thrones character Littlefinger that means controlling people in a cunning way to get what you want from them. =Petyr Baelish, also known as More…

littlein

infant or young child reason used: to refer to the young children at the Thanksgiving celebration =Rachel, could you do me a favor and watch the littleins while I run to the restroom. More…

litty-committee

(rhyming compound) Used as an expression of excitement or approval for a certain event that is to come. It is only appropriate to use this phrase in colloquial settings, as is with the word More…

litty-titty

Used to describe an event that is exciting and enjoyable. A departure from an existing definition of lit, which carries the implication of intoxication. =The -ty suffix on lit does not More…

live

(semantic change) exciting, awesome =Live, as in the adjective "live," represents a semantic change in the word's meaning. It is used to describe an object or event that is More…

Live

Exciting and intense in an enjoyable way. “The DJ at the club last night was so live. His energy really made the whole party even more fun.” =The term has undergone a metaphorical shift, More…

Live(3)

exciting, exhilarating =Pronounced [lajv], Most commonly used to refer to a party or large gathering of people having fun and full of energy Etymology : most probably a clipping for More…

liveblog

(compounding) To author a series of blog posts, often short and frequent contributions, in order to document a phenomenon that is either ongoing or rapidly developing. Events where More…

Livestream/Livestreaming

watching a video of someone else on a social media platform in real time, where there exist a dialogue between you and that person(s). This type of video communication is typically used More…

Lizzing

Laughing and urinating simultaneously. Etymology : L 'Laughing' + izzing 'whizzing'. =30 Rock. 3/26/2009.


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