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zen

state of being without stress possible reason used: Elizabeth probably used this word to express more explicitly the feeling that she was trying to convey. This is also a new word that has More…

zenful

peaceful and enigmatic; reflective of a mystical enchantment associated with Zen Buddhism. –Ful is can be glossed as ‘full of, characterized by’ and is reflective of words More…

zer-zer

(noun) A special charisma or drive for something, usually in a sports context. =It is unclear how this term evolved, it may be a regional slang (I heard it from a British speaker). It is More…

zerg

overwhelm an enemy by sending a vast number of weak, expendable units, expecting great losses but also great gains. On the internet and in online gaming, the word ‘zerg’ is More…

Zerg (1)

(Zero derivation) To completely overwhelm the enemy by vastly outnumbering the enemy as opposed to using any particular strategy. Zerg is generally used only in online references, though it More…

zerged

to be overwhelmed by weak but extremely numerous attackers. =Ex: “On Black Friday, deal-hunting shoppers utterly zerged the store.” Etymology : A noun to verb derivation of Zerg, a More…

Zerts

A short word used to refer to the word “desserts.” Zerts did not exist as a word until it was coined on the NBC television show “Parks and Recreation,” but since then, it has become very More…

zhuangbility

(Chinese sound analogy derivation) The ability of pretending to be a master of certain aspects or boasting to possess much experience and knowledgeable in certain areas, ranging from luxury More…

Zing

Said upon discovery of an unexpected change in senses. Way of describing the sensation I felt that people could imagine. =I taste a pineapple zing in this Capri Sun. Etymology : Sound More…

zing

(interjection) excessively witty expression =Used as a metaphorical extension of the term zing, and onomatopoeic word for a loud whining motor. The metaphorical meaning is that of loud or More…

zip

To compress a computer file. Now that it's established, it's much quicker to say you'll zip a file than to say you'll compress a file. Not to mention words with "z" are always more fun. More…

zip

To compress a computer file. Now that it's established, it's much quicker to say you'll zip a file than to say you'll compress a file. Not to mention words with "z" are always more fun. More…

Zippy

zero; nothing A nonce creation playing off the word ‘zip,’ often used to stand for zero. The author of the review using it simply wanted to rhyme a term meaning More…

zippy

(pejoration) seemingly smart or competent person, yet could be somewhat careless and ignore certain details. =Zippy originally is an adjective, meaning quick and energetic. This word shows More…

Zlatan

(borrowed word) To use brute force and power to finish a task. This word comes from the first name of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, a Swedish soccer player. According to an article on Reuters, the More…

Zmerzly

(from foreign language) Ice cream, used more specifically to refer to gelato or any dense, very strongly flavored ice cream. =That little shop right there sells the best pistachio zmerzly More…

Znibitty

"It's no big deal" ="Thank you so much for driving me!" "Znibitty!" Etymology : It's + the acronym "nbd" (no big deal). The More…

zod

An idiot ="You zod!" Etymology : It appears to be a variant on the pronunciation of "sod", with a near identical meaning, however the speaker insisted it was More…

zog

1. A dog that has been reincarnated, esp. evil As is a current fad among high school and college students, my friend Patrick coined this term while we were watching the zombie movie, More…

zombie

To take unauthorized control of an internet server for the purposes of distributing one’s own information on it as opposed to what the administrator intended. Adjective: A term to More…


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