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In the Rocky Horror Picture Show fandom, someone who is seeing the movie for the first time, typically in the live setting. “Jane has actually never seen Rocky Horror before. She’s a More…

visitivity

A complementary combination of the vision necessary to identify a task and the creativity needed to accomplish it =The word is used ironically to mock the buzzwords that run rampant in More…

visual AIDS

a fictional disease of the eye implying that the patient has just watched or seen something terrible or even scarring =The term “visual aids” has referred to things that can be seen during More…

vitamized

Not lacking any vitamins necessary to one’s well-being. Not lacking any necessary vitamins. This appears to be an adjective originating from the past participle of a verb ‘to More…

vlog

a blog- or diary-like thing recorded in a video format =ppl start making vlogs on why it should stay on show ur support!!! Etymology : v (clipping of video) + log (clipping of blog) More…

vlog

A collection of a person's personal activities and thoughts, as in a blog, presented through videos. A blend where the b in blog is replaced by a v, which is a similar voiced stop. More…

Vlog

an orally communicated blog in the form of video =With the invention of Youtube many have begun to record what they would say in a blog in a video and posting it on the site. Etymology : More…

Vlog (2)

A video blog documenting the daily life of someone, usually posted on a pre-determined, regular basis. =Vlogs typically refer to videos uploaded onto YouTube by influencers who document More…

vlog 2

(noun) a set of serially uploaded videos (usually on Youtube) that chronicle the daily events/life adventures of the vlogger. Similar to blogs, except not typed, but shot in video form. More…

vlogger

video blogger ="I work as a composer, but I hate my job, so I am also a vlogger." Etymology : blending of 'video' and 'blogger' that became popular with More…

Vod

A video that you can pay to watch that will come directly to your computer or television. =Used when referring to a video that you want to see that you must pay for Etymology : Stands More…

Vogueing

To act as though on the cover of a magazine. Vogueing is an interesting term because the term “vogue” in this case refers to the popular fashion magazine rather than the adjective vogue “in More…

VOIP

To converse over the phone, especially a phone that uses a specific type of technology (VoIP). VOIP is jargon among people interested in technology. So, this word could be used among More…

Vokkake

The act of forcing unpleasant conversation or boasting onto an unsuspecting person Bukkake is a term from Japan that describes a particular sex act in which men assert dominance over a More…

Volleyballicious

Full or overflowing with volleyball; distinguished by large amounts of volleyball. The ending ‘licious’ means ‘full of, as in overly juicy or ripe,’ from the word More…

voluntell

(overlap blending) to volunteer a guy to be girl's date to a formal dance by telling him to ask her =Voluntell is a blending of volunteer and tell, combining the elements of More…

voluntold

Used to indicate action caused by subtle or obvious pressure from a person in power to a subordinate. The word is used to indicate doing something ostensibly voluntary under pressure of More…

voluntold (2)

to have someone volunteer you for something you are unwilling to participate in, but then feel obligated to do so =The term is often used in a negative tone to describe the definite More…

Voluntourism

([volunteer + tourism]) Travel which includes volunteering for a charitable cause. In recent years, miniature volunteer vacations have grown in popularity. Volunteer tourism appeals to a More…

vom

Shortening of the word “vomit,” most commonly used metaphorically to express disgust, distaste, or disapproval. “Seeing Trump signs in my neighborhood makes me want to vom.” =Often used as More…


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