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Fallujanate

1. To destroy, mangle, eradicated, kick the ass of 2. To make like Fallujah (in first definition context) This means to beat the crap out of, to invade, or to destroy something of value, More…

false alarm

when you think your parents are going out of town and they call you when you have a party scheduled for the weekend but they don’t come =Just had a false alarm, everyone back inside and we More…

fam

family. =A clipping of family. Used in youth slang. Etymology : From latin familia, meaning 'household'. ="So you're going to see your fam?" - overheard in More…

fam (2)

A colloquial and informal mention of a group of people with closed connection. Typically addressing group of people with ties that are very closed, so closed that are similar to a family. More…

Fam (3)

Used to describe a friend that is very close to you =Fam is a shortened version of family. However, the term is not used to describe your immediate family, but rather a friend that is so More…

fam(4)

(shortening of family) a term of endearment for someone you are as close to as your family =This word takes the term “family” but shortens it to make it more casual, in order to convey that More…

Fam10

Used to denote a group of people that you feel comfortable with and like. Though the group of people denoted by the use of fam usually all have a connection to each other, the connection More…

fam2

“Fam” is a noun and a clipping. It is usually used to refer to a close friend or group of friends when you greet them or bid them farewell, and carries a strong undertone of kinship towards More…

Famewhore

An individual who sacrifices their integrity for fame. Etymology : fame 'widespread reputation' + whore 'one who engages in promiscuous activities for payment'. More…

FAN

(noun, adjective) fake ass nigga =Term used to describe someone who is not being authentic or 'fake'. Generally used among the African American community Etymology : Acronym of More…

fancypants

A person who has dressed up or done something to make themselves more attractive. Often used in jest or to make fun of someone. This word was formed by compounding “fancy” and More…

fancytastic

Elegance and classiness emphasized. =According to the advertisement fancytastic is defined as "Class and elegance without snobbery...A word spoken, as you leave ordinary behind." More…

Fandom

A community of enthusiasts of a book, television program, film etc. Groups of fanatics of a particular branch of entertainment form exclusive communities online thanks to message boards, More…

fandom

a group of fans associated with a particular piece of intellectual property. =“It took a while, but now I’m part of the Legend of Korra fandom.” Etymology : reported to be a blend of fan More…

fandumb

Used to describe a fan of something that is so obsessed with their particular interest that they view it as above everything else. =“Diamond just said Doctor Who is the greatest thing More…

fanfic

a short story or novel based off of a book or television program of which you’re a fan It’s simply a short way to describe something you’re writing as only being a More…

fanfic

Apparent Meaning: TV shows written by fans. Reason Use: Plots that are fiction, but written by fans. =Context and Source: “soap operas are fanfics” Etymology : Analysis: More…

fanfiction

(Compounding) A fictional piece using characters, settings, and/or situations of a pre-existing work that is written by a fan of this original work and not its creator. =The origins of this More…

fangirl

A rabid breed of human female who is obesessed with either a fictional character or an actor. ="The stuff that I would do if I meet Benedict Cumberbatch would probably make him think More…

fangirling

To be an immense supporter of a certain entity, such as a band, TV show, etc. A fangirl is someone who, usually being a girl, has such an intense longing for something to the point of More…


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