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Dead Presidents

All American money that has dead presidents' pictures on it. =Well I ain't broke but I'm badly bent. Everybody loves them DEAD PRESIDENTS! Etymology : Dead Presidents. Compound of 'dead' More…

Dead-ass

(adjective) extremely serious =People usually use this phrase to emphasize how serious they are about something. This phrase is more commonly used among African Americans Etymology : More…

dead-ass

(Phrase) verification of the truthfulness of an event; seriously =the meaning of the term (or expression) ‘dead-ass’ is likely a result of metaphoric shift. That is, when one is being More…

Dead-cat

(Noun) a fluffy piece of equipment placed on a microphone to prevent or dampen the sound of wind when recording =Used within the audio/visual industry; metaphor for how this piece of More…

Deadass

Very serious. This word can be used to verify the truth of an outlandish story or just express that the speaker is not joking and very serious about what they are talking about. The word More…

deadass

(compounding) a term used to describe an individual’s feelings as completely serious =This term originates from the Northeastern part of the United States. It is a slang word that New More…

deadhead

A fan of The Grateful Dead, a popular rock band. A fan of the band The Grateful Dead. This term has a sort of double meaning because of the band’s association with drug culture: More…

deadname

To inappropriately refer to a transgender or non-binary individual by a name that they no longer identify with. =Can also be a noun, in which the individual’s previously assigned name More…

Deadnaming

(Compounding) To refer to someone by their name before they transitioned when they have adopted a new name =Could come from referring to the a name used before transitioning as their ‘dead More…

Deadzone

Place where internet connection or signal is not available. =There are some places where cell phone and wireless cannot get signal. These zones are called deadzone. Since we can get More…

deaf

A vague noun with good connotation; related to friendship relationships; synonymous with cool, gnarly, and good. The etymology is not conventional. New meaning for the word creating when a More…

Deafies

((Affixation)) A group of people that are deaf. =This word was used in a reddit post by a deaf person to refer to themselves and other deaf people. The word is slang used in the deaf More…

deagle

slang for Desert Eagle handgun =Don't make me whip out the deagle. Etymology : blending of 'Desert' and 'Eagle', an available weapon in the computer video game More…

Deal

A shortened version of the phrase "deal with it" and is used precisely the same way as the phrase both grammatically and semantically. ('I've got a lot of work, but I'll deal'). Frequently More…

Dealio

A situation, plan, or happenings. Apparent meaning: A casual situation or scenario usually involving an agreement between parties. The '-io' ending, which has no inherited meaning was added More…

Deaniac

An extremely enthusiastic supporter of Howard Dean for President in the 2004 Presidential election It's a way of describing Howard Dean fanatics who were, like Howard Dean, much more More…

DeathDays

(Noun) Referring to the period of days before finals at Rice University where students are overwhelmed with studying for multiple impending finals. =“DeathDays are going to be the end of More…

Deathnap

to take a long, unintended nap. The identifying quality that deems it a “death” nap is that the napper naps as if death overcame them or to wake up from said nap feeling as though they had More…

Debargue

The activity of discussing that is halfway between a debate and an argument, neither parties accusations are accusatory enough to be an argument, but neither participant actually digests More…

dec

of or pertaining to being particularly good or cool =Clipping of the word decent, which is then exaggerated to mean something especially great or wonderful. More than likely used to make a More…


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