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Mississipply

characterizing the counting by ‘mississippis’ This word is used to characterize one’s counting by mississippis. For example “One mississippi, Two mississippi, Three More…

Missouri

Pronounced with the final 'i' as an 'uh' rather than the traditional long 'e' sound. Used in this manner by Saint Louis residents to describe rural Missouri - More…

mistadobalina

The Man; society The case of neologism mistadobalina is extremely obscure. Rap artist Del the Funky Homosapien possibly had a boss or principal by the name of Mr. Dobalina whose position of More…

mistext

Verb; derivation 1. To send a text message to a person who was the subject of the text rather than the person for whom the communication was intended. 2. To simply text the wrong person More…

misunderestimation

An estimate that is or proves to be too low and is therefore incorrect. Intended Meaning: an estimate that is or proves to be too low and is therefore incorrect Analysis: mis- More…

miter

a traditional head dress worn by a Bishop or higher ranking member of the Roman Catholic church. =I wasn't sure who that man was, but his miter tells me he is a bishop. Etymology : More…

Mitocan

(noun) an anti-cancer drug that targets the mitochondria =this term has recently become more prominent. It can be used in a formal, published scientific paper. Mitocan is used by a More…

mixcoke

a mixture of Coca-Cola and Diet Coke [mix + Coke] Interpretation of intended meaning a fountain beverage consisting of a blend of Coca-ColaTM and Diet CokeTM Presumed reason for coinage More…

mizz2

(manipulating word pronunciations to create new words) To regret the absence of someone =Derived from the verb "to miss," which means to think of someone and wish someone were at More…


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