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mancubus

A deformed demonic creature. The term “mancubus” was introduced in 1994 when the computer game Doom 2 was released by Id Software. The term is a blend between the words More…

Mandals

Ridiculous large, smelly sandals that are worn by men with huge feet. For the most part men have much larger feet then women, thus their sandals are distinguishable from female sandals. More…

Mang :3

(Internet slang/assimilation) An internet way to show you are in accordance with what was stated. Must be used with the emoticon :3 for extra hilarity. =Mang :3 pronounced /maIg/ is a new More…

mangina

A vagina-like image made when the man puts his penis and testicles back between his legs and closes them Compact word used by the gay community to describe the male genitalia in the form of More…

Mangina

a guy that is acting like a girl; being a wimp Apparent Meaning: wimp Type of Word formation: Blend: man and vagina Reason used: to call a guy a girl or wimp =Quit being such a mangina, More…

manhut

(man + ([w]hore + slut) = manhut) manhut, n. a male who is promiscuous and has sex with numerous people within a short amount of time =Manhut is composed of man compounded with a blending More…

Manicorn

a mythical male creature who is successful, funny, intelligent, chivalrous, masculine, adventurous, artistic. =Used longingly among girls when they are griping about finding the perfect More…

manky

typically have the distinction of damp or slightly wet; in a state of slight ackwardness This is a word that was completely made up in modern english. It is almost an onomatopoeia not in More…

Manlet

(derivation-suffixation) A man who is for some reason considered not manly enough. =A pejorative term used to refer to men who are considered lesser than other men in some way. Often used More…

manlet (2)

(diminutive) man under 5’8” Etymology : man + let man - adult male human being -let - diminutive suffix which indicates a small man =“Your dad is a manlet.” - friend who has seen my More…

manlet (3)

(diminutive) man under 5’8” Etymology : man + let man - adult male human being -let - diminutive suffix which indicates a small man =“Your dad is a manlet.” - friend who has seen my More…

manlet(2)

(diminutive) man under 5’8” Etymology : man + let man - adult male human being -let - diminutive suffix which indicates a small man =“Your dad is a manlet.” - friend who has seen my More…

Manlete

A male athlete =A blending of the words “man” and “athlete” used to describe a type of boyfriend desired at Rice University. A manlete is usually a member of the football, baseball, or More…

Manlimony

The alimony that a man receives when he divorces his wife. Public opinion is that the ex-husband pays alimony to the ex-wife. Therefore, the situation in reverse makes a special case, and More…

manner

(adjective) Video game term. Manner has the same definition as bad mannered, although it can have the special connotation of being bad mannered in a video game. It's shortening can More…

Manorexia

A man suffering from an eating disorder, a man who eats very little or a very thin man. Anorexia nervosa occurs most frequently in females, so there is a need to distinguish anorexic males More…

Manorexia

a man who is anorexic When men worry about their body image, they typically worry about not being big enough, rather than being too big. =Celebrity Manorexia Watch Etymology : from man More…

Manorexic

An anorexic man =Used to describe a man who is wrought with anorexia nervosa. Etymology : Man- "person" + (an)orexic - "without appetite or desire" The word Man comes More…

Manorexic(3)

male suffering from anorexia nervosa =Commonly used to describe a male that is extremely conscious of his weight and body appearance, not necessarily suffering from the eating disorder More…

Manover

A sleepover consisting of all guys ="I really wanted to hang out with him but he was at a manover all night." Etymology : Blending of 'man' and 'sleepover' More…


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