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regift

Apparent meaning: taking a gift from someone and give it to another. Reason used: to describe a process of giving gifts, receive one gift and then give it to another. Type of Formation: More…

Regift

To use a gift you received as a gift to give someone else. =Harry never used his Starbucks card, so he regifted it to Carol at Christmas. Etymology : adding “re-“ to “gift” More…

Regifter

One who gives a gift to someone else what he has been given himself, i.e. one who gives again what has been given to him/her Someone that gives a gift to another that originally was given More…

Registrar

To fill out and submit forms to the Office of the Registrar. =He said he was going to be registraring for a few minutes, then he'd get ready for rugby practice. =Conversation in More…

regret ceiling

(noun) the perceived maximum amount of regret a person can feel in a day. When a person hits their regret ceiling, they are often very upset over the various happenings of the day. More…

regulate

to take control of the situation and tell people off with the threat of violence slang word; to control, govern, or direct by rule or regulations. =She’s really upset, she’s More…

rehizzle

rehearsal The word mocks the use of the suffix -izzle popularized by the rapper Snoop Dogg. Rehearsal has a very proper connotation, like for a string quartet. It is used for comical More…

reintelligize

To make something capable of being understood through analysis. Intended Meaning: to make something capable of being understood through analysis Analysis: re- intell(igible) -ize Possible More…

Rekt

(Phonetic Respelling) Outmaneuvered technically in a competitive activity. =Rekt is a simplified phonetic spelling of the term “wrecked.” This is a result of keyboard typing, which seeks to More…

Rekt2

Wrecked. =This word is commonly used in the online gaming world, when someone has been beaten badly. Etymology : A shortened way of saying “wrecked”. =“Brazil was rekt.” (friend on More…

Relanguage

Referring to highly paid consultants whose work consists of rewording or rephrasing; work which wouldn’t require a consultant to being with. =One may say ‘it’s just a matter of More…

relationshit

a relationship that has fallen apart or disintegrated to the point of non-existence =The term is ambiguously blended due to the fact that relationship and shit both contain More…

Relationshit

A failing romantic relationship. The term refers to a dating or married couple’s relationship status that is probable to come to an end in the near future or simply doing poorly. The More…

Relaxturbate

v. To become relaxed to the point of extreme satisfaction, hence the integration of the term implying sexual pleasure. This word was created to represent the pleasing feeling achieved by More…

release the kraken

to dominate an opponent, to own somebody ="Hey, you are in big advantage. It's time to release the kraken!" Etymology : kraken is a legendary gigantic sea monster that More…

Religionist

One who discriminates on the basis of religion, and/or believes in the superiority of one religion over others and uses this belief to assert dominance. This neologism is analogous to More…

reliquary

a vessel to hold relics =used in a colloquially way even though it is a more scholarly term (my friend is a phd student) Etymology : from French reliquaire (14c.), from Old French More…

remasculate

To (metaphorically) restore a man's masculine characteristics that may have become feminized. (If he's shaving his legs, he needs to be remasculated.) The word was probably formed due to More…

rememberable

Able to be remembered. Able to be remembered. The common suffix ‘-able’ is attached to the verb ‘remember,’ resulting in this meaning. This word has a more More…

Remming

To be in the state of sleep The best known phase of sleep is the famous “rapid eye movement” stage, the stage where humans become paralyzed and then dream which is characterized More…


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