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Schway

used to express pleasant or acceptance towards someone or something. Comparable to the term "cool" ="Schway" is a futuristic term that is used in the same way as the More…

Schwifty

(novel creation) Similar to “lit” or “hype”; to be schwifty is to be in a partying sort of mindset. =The term is often used in an attempt to be funny, as it came from the somewhat More…

Schwifty (2)

(novel creation) To get lose and wild while partying. =Made famous after it was said in the 5th episode of Season 2 of Rick and Morty. Used in humor to reference the show and to get wild or More…

Schznit

having a good quality or taste Apparent meaning: good tasting Type of word formation: Made up word from ‘shit’ Reason Used: to describe the taste of pie =Damn that piece of pie More…

science

(verb) To figure out or solve something using deductive reasoning and scientific knowledge ="Once you've reduced it to a 2-body problem, you just science that to get the positions More…

scigov

science and government Similar to Musi and Archi at Rice University, students at University of Texas at Austin blended and clipped terms to make their majors easier to say. My friend is More…

scoob

to eat or have a small snack. The user informed me that this developed in his high school among stoners. It is a clipping of and a sematic shift from, “Scooby Snacks”. It may More…

scoobied

A slang word derived from Scooby Doo, meaning totally clueless; lacking understanding or knowledge. Derived from SCOOBY DOO, used to describe his natural state of being clueless. =Today I More…

Scooby

A clue, an idea. Rhyming slang on ‘scooby doo (the cartoon character)’. =“Mate, I haven’t got a Scooby what he has been taking about last half hour.” More…

scooch

to move into another location or position by crouching and/or squeezing. Several alterations have formed from the word “crouch.” These include “scrooch” and More…

scoop

(inherited zero derivation) to pick someone up, usually by car =This new meaning of scoop has developed first through generalization (widening), and then through metaphor. The meaning of More…

scoopula

A small, shovel-like metal instrument used for manipulating solid chemicals in a lab setting. Also, the approximate amount such an instrument can hold. =Scoopula is the trademark name for More…

scoot

to ride a scooter =This term is likely a back formation from scooter, the object which someone rides to move fast. This could also be a semantic shift in the verb scoot tying back again to More…

Scootch

To shift position by a small amount, usually while seated. Scootch means to shift position by a small amount, almost always while sitting down. It is a derivation of the verb scoot, but More…

scooter1

(Zero-derivation) To ride a scooter =Scooter is used a verb around campus to refer to when people use scooters as a form of transportation. It is a funny-sounding word, which is one More…

scoots

a fashionable pair of sneakers or casual foot wear. =Hey man, I like your new nike scoots. Etymology : derived from scoot, to travel =Compliment received while visiting St. Louis, MO

Scoozy

Scoozy is a beg for a pardon. Scoozy is synonymous with the phrase “pardon me” or “excuse me”. It is a way to excuse yourself in any situation whether it be to pass through a crowd, More…

scope

(metaphorical extension) To peruse a directory that contains photographs and information on members of a community and consider the entries in terms of whom one might like to date. More More…

scoring

(zero derivation) the act of a male getting a female to like him or go on a date with him or have sex with him =Refers to the male perspective of women and how today they view females and More…

Scott Joke

(Eponym) a joke made to a large group of people that no one laughs at =said as a statement of fact after a scott joke has been made Etymology : compound of Scott and joke Scott - after More…


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