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MOOC

Massive Open Online Course. A course offered online to a large number of people like Coursera. =Waseem enrolled in a functional programming MOOC because he wanted to learn Scala. More…

Moochies

(affixation) Moochies is like a disease. It is an ‘illness’ a person can have that makes them beg off of other people without repayment, however, it is not permanent. It is a phase the More…

mood

(/ noun) A response implying agreement to something that is relatable, whether it is a statement said by someone or a situation. For example, mood would be an appropriate response to both More…

Mood

(Other) A response to something which the speaker connects to. A relatable comment or image. =Usually used for comedic effect to show how something someone says or does expresses the More…

mood (2)

In colloquial settings, the word mood is used to indicate agreement on a certain matter or feeling. However, it can’t be used with just any form of emotion. In common usage, it is most More…

moof

to hook up with someone who is notably less attractive than you =“Damn bro, you moofed!” Etymology : purposefully assigning new meaning to funny sounding menu item from District 7 Grill More…

Mook

to be cheated or to be wronged in someway that was deceitful =I paid $200, later I realized it wasn't worth anymore than $20. Man, he mooked me. =My brother

Moonscape

A view of or resembling the surface of moon, characterized by rockiness and barrenness =Moonscape, on Earth. Etymology : 'moon' + 'scape' =SPACE.com

Moosh

the act of compressing one object with another. blending and clipping: formed from ‘mash’ + ‘smoosh’ =Don’t open the door all the way or it will moosh the More…

Moot

irrelevant, deprived of practical significance =I would like to date him, but it's moot because he doesn't even want to be in a relationship. =female friend from M.I.T. over AOL More…

Mop

Messy hair. =Term “mop” can be used to describe someone’s hair as in “you have a mop on your head.” Because of a mop’s coarse strings it serves as a good analogy for a person’s hair. Often More…

Mornting

(Novel Creation) “Mornting” has the same definition of the original “morning” meaning first part of the day. =The greeting “Good mornting” is frequenly used by drag queens on the hit VH1 More…

Moroff

(more+off) someone who is more off than on; comes from the word "moron" =He is just a total idiot; you wouldn't be wrong to call him a moroff. Etymology : The definition of More…

morphemize

To make a word or part of a word into a morpheme. Eric B. innovated this word during a linguistics lecture at Rice University. The word was used in the context of neologisms, new words not More…

mos def

slang phrase meaning most definitely; undoubtedly; most definitely is a repetitive alteration of the word definitely since it has the same meaning =This term is used by people to express More…

Mos Def

(compounding with clipping) This statement is usually an affirmative response to a yes / no question. =Originally from the statement “most definitely”, this is a phrase often used by young More…

Mosdef

A way to agree or promise to do something. =This term is used in place of “most definitely” to emphasize its meaning. When people say this they could either be typing online or trying to More…

Mosh

To repeatedly jump or bounce in many different directions, usually in an excited state. Also, an activity that involves hitting into people either by jumping into them, usually occurring More…

mot

A beautiful or attractive woman; a woman who is very easy on the eyes or is aesthetically pleasing; general word for a fit girl =As we were walking through the store, I was distracted by More…

Motes (

Apparent meaning: tiny low-powered, wireless sensors. Reason used: motes are tiny low-powered wireless sensors that can be deployed in open field. They are used to collect data such as More…


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