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noogler

(blend) A person who has recently started working at Google =Sergey Brin: "Give a hand of applause to the 60 nooglers who joined us this week!" Etymology : A blend of the words More…

noonday

12:00 pm of the following day. This is a strange word, I have only seen it in writing twice and heard it once. I suppose this word was created because things are usually happening at noon, More…

Nooner

A short sexual encounter occurring around noon time. A quick, slang way to mention something that would ordinarily take a sentence to explain. =We were really horny so we ran back to my More…

Nooner

A short sexual encounter occurring around noon time. A quick, slang way to mention something that would ordinarily take a sentence to explain. =We were really horny so we ran back to my More…

nooz

news information of little practical value to the reader, aside from amusement, often featuring stories on foolish actions or unusual yet insignificant occurrences. =developed in order to More…

nope problem

A homework problem that isn’t worth the time needed to complete it, prompting one to say “nope” and skip it. =Ex: “This differential equations question is far too long. It’s definitely a More…

Norcal

Blend of the words “northern” + “California”, indicating the northern region of California, contrasted with “socal” meaning southern California. Used in spoken slang to indicate place of More…

Normie

(from Normal) An idealistic state used to describe somebody free from addiction and moral problems. Often used by addicts to describe outside the life of addiction. =Being a normie, free More…

north

Used to refer to the North Servery in Rice University. =The proper name of the building is clipped for economy of speech. The same word formation process can be used for the names of other More…

northernize

To make northern in character or nature, especially when referring to an industrial aspect The concept of “urbanize” (to make urban in character) is similar to the concept More…

Norts

A blend of Nike and shorts, used to describe commonly worn Nike brand athletic shorts. Other blends describing shorts also exist, such as "jorts" for jean shorts. =I feel like More…

nosql

a term to describe a database engine which does not follow typical relational database semantics, nor utilize SQL-like syntax (structured query language); generally used incorrectly by More…

nostracize

To make fun of someone or ostracize them because of a large nose My friend used this term as a witty response to our friends who constantly make fun of her nose. It is just a comedic word More…

Noun

The act of making a word act as a noun, referring to an entity, quality, state, action or concept. (‘he nouned the word carry’) Apparent meaning, etymology, and type of word More…

nounjective1

(Nonce word, blending) A word that has the characteristics of being both a noun and an adjective =This word was made up when the speaker was put on the spot and asked how they would More…

nounjetive

A word that (because of the process of zero derivation) can be used as both a noun and an adjective. =Nonce word. Informal way to refer to a word that has both noun and adjective More…

NOUNY

Like or having the quality of a noun; nounal. Presumed reason for coinage There is a frequent need for an adjective to describe language bits similar to but not quite nouns in the study of More…

nouny

looking or acting similar to a noun, used to describe another word Etymology : noun + -y (adj) =Suzanne Kemmer- LING 215- in lecture

novembeard

A beard grown during No Shave November. =Used specifically during the event for beards grown for the purpose of the event, and implying a masculine quality to the beard. Not generally used More…


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