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Shortened form of ‘You are.’ This was used in an internet chat room in the book. The writer probably used ‘UR’ instead of ‘You are’ to emphasize that the More…

UR

Shortened form of ‘You are’. This was used in an internet chat room in the book. The writer probably used ‘UR’ instead of ‘You are’ to emphasize that More…

Use

(noun) referring to normal behavior or actions. Could be used to refer to a meal or action. =I'll have the Use for breakfast Etymology : shortening of the word usual =Brian graff More…

Use ta'could

This is a southern slang phrase that translates into the saying “use to be able to”. This is a southern slang phrase that translates into the saying “use to be able More…

userability

(NOUN) The ease in which a person or general consumer uses or interacts with a product. It may also refer to the specific user's ability to use the device, and not necessarily the More…

ute

a small pickup truck that carries a small number of passengers and has a bed for carrying goods. This is yet another example of Australians’ ability to clip anything and everything in More…

uwu

(emoticon) An emoticon meant to describe a feeling of cuteness or happiness. Generally associated with furries, and often following an overtly sexual statement to lessen the shock value. More…

UWU

A feeling of care and love. =“uwu” began just as a simple emoticon of a person with closed eyes and pursed lips. The person depicted is meant to seem relaxed and caring. However, once the More…

V

(adverb) very =The use of V to mean very probably began with text messaging in order to type faster, but has become used in speech in informal settings for emphasis, possibly to indicate More…

v

A clipped form of the word very, the word v (pronounced exactly like the letter) is often used to replace its unclipped form in texting. However, recently, the use of v has transcended the More…

V (2)

Intensifier. It is an abbreviation of “very” and has diverged little from its origin. “V” and “very” are essentially interchangeable in terms of meaning, both meaning, really, a lot, or a More…

V (3)

(ADJ or ADV) A more exaggerated version of very. =This clipping is most frequently written with a capitalized “v” to add emphasis. It originated as a form of text/cyber lingo, but has also More…

V-card

the object, ones virginity. clever short less obvious way of asking whether someone has their virginity. Thinking of virginity as a physical object. =Do you still have your v-card? I lost More…

vacation juice

Alcohol drank in a vacation setting. According to Polygon.com, the term “vacation juice” was originally used in the June 28, 2019 update of the children’s video game Animal Crossing: More…

vacay

vacation. This word follows the usual pattern for clipping words by removing syllables. It is interesting how the coiner chose to spell the word with a y to indicate, using an established More…

vachaos

The disorder that one returns to after a relaxing vacation, whether in school or on the job. =The two words that make up this neologism, “vacation” and “chaos,” are nearly opposites and More…

Vag

One who appears or acts effeminate. This term is used as a playful insult, almost exclusively by males directed towards males =Dude, you’re such a vag. Etymology : Shortened form More…

Vagoo

(Clipping) Vagina Vagoo is a euphemism for the word “vagina.” It is used in informal settings with friends, and never to be used when needed to be taken seriously. While most people More…

vagtastic

Of or relating to sexual exploits involving the vagina =This word is an excellent example of derivation of a new word through blending. The user created this word in order to express how More…

vagueocity

a statement that is vague novel formation for the moment =oh- that's a vagueocity =conversation


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