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Merked

This means to totally defeat, or "own" in modern lingo, a person by means of trash talking or video game prowess. =This word is a clipping of the word "mercenary" as More…

merked

being drunk, high, or having too much fun =Initially means "killed" the word has acquired additional meanings such as "doing things as one pleases" Etymology : this More…

Merkin

to place a pubic wig on The noun 'merkin' means a female pubic wig, so it seems as if the zero derivation would mean to place the pubic wig on the direct object. =We should merkin that More…

Merkozy

Term to refer to Angela Merkel(Chancellor of Germany) and Nicolas Sarkozy(President of France) together =“Some see this as an assault on national democracies by the European elite, be it More…

mesopredator

A middle-rank predator in a food chain or food web, i.e. one that preys on other animals and is in turn preyed on by higher-order predators. Presumed reason for coinage "Middle-rank More…

message

(Semantic change, from message as in a written communication to convey a thought or idea, specifically referring to messaging Facebook friends online. Also, a zero derivation because the word More…

messy

Used to describe a person who likes to create or be involved in the drama of others. In a more general sense, it can be applied to someone who finds joy in involving themselves in the More…

messy (215)

a drunken person who is doing stupid things =This term is an analogy for a messy situation, in which one does nasty things that aren’t normally done by a sober person (characteristics of a More…

meta

The set of strategies used in tournament/competitive play of a game, often a video or card game. ="Yeah, rabbits has been dominating the meta since the new ban list came out." More…

Meta

the most powerful (and therefore most frequently seen and relevant in pro play) strategies or playable characters in a video game =whereas healer supports like Soraka were meta last More…

meta(1)

(derivation + clipping or zero derivation) self-aware or self-referential, especially in a confusing or shocking way. =The term meta came into use to describe things that are More…

Meta-creepy

(blending) Something that is creepy for reasons beyond or deeper than originally thought. A possible example could be when a person who you don’t get along with suddenly starts to be nice in More…

meta1

(Folk etymology, clipping) Characterized by self-reference, often with a “mind-boggling” or transcendent connotation =This word is used in casual conversations. A speaker might choose to More…

Metamorphosizing

The act of experiencing the process of metamorphosis. Going through or in the process of metamorphosis. reason used: In discussing the changes King Lear goes through in Shakespeare's King More…

Metaphory

being metaphorical This word is derived for the sole purpose of following a teenage slag tendency, that follows a pattern in which -y is added to any word in order to create an adjective More…

Methinks

way to say I think =This word was made through compounding the two word me and thinks. Instead of saying I think something, a person can say something methinks or methinks something. I More…

Metro

Characteristic of men extremely concerned with fashion, physical appearance, and hygiene almost to the point where his concern is comparable to the female’s The word metro came as a More…

metro

having metrosexual tendencies, that is, when a heterosexual man exhibits some stereotypical homosexual tendencies, such as a good fashion sense and caring about their appearance The speaker More…

metro

a male who tends to be more concerned with fashion, trends, and appearance than the “normal” guy clipping, derivation from blend; This is a shortened version of More…

Metro

possessing characteristics of a metrosexual, a man whose behaviorisms resemble that of a stereotypical homosexual man despite the fact that he is heterosexual. shorter than saying More…


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