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Gorilla

Males who have a large, muscular frame, typically from the combination of training and the use of steroid or growth hormones. =Although most band girls stayed away from football players, More…

gorillas

(ADV or ADJ) To behave in a silly fashion. Being in an extremely hyped or energetic state. =May be a more extreme form of the term "going bananas," which people use to describe More…

Gorimapka

A type or haircut where all the hair on the head is shaven off. Similar to the famous hair style called “Bob Marley,” gorimapka is a word derived from the name of a popular soap More…

gork

Deprive of oxygen. =You "gork" living beings, often by gassing them, which may account for the hard 'g' sound. Etymology : The word seems to be the invention of one More…

Goss

Short for the word gossip. Often used by females when talking about others. =“Oh my gosh, I have like major goss about Tanya!” Etymology : Clipping of the word “gossip”. =Conversation More…

gosu

master or a person who is highly skilled, usually used in game, especially in Starcraft plural:gosus =He is gosu. He beaten almost all Protoss players in this league. Etymology : More…

gosu (4)

Having an astounding amount of skill in a certain activity. =This term usually corresponds to a large amount of skill in real-time strategy games such as Starcraft: Brood War, Starcraft 2, More…

Gotcha

Literally "I got you"; used in response to someone letting them know that you understand what they're saying ="What time is the party tomorrow?" "Ten." More…

gotsto

To have to do something. =This term is only used in informal conversation. Furthermore, it is most often used in a light-heartened manner, in that the thing that has to be done is More…

Gotta

Means having to do something. Blend of got and to. Normally said after “I’ve.” Not really correct English. Like wannabe, easier than enunciating got and to. But since More…

Gotta (2)

(blending) Got to. =The term is blending of two words: got to. It is mostly said when someone is attempting to rush and is used as slang. Etymology : Got is the past tense of get, which More…

Governator

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. [Blend Govern(or) + (termin)ator.] When Arnold entered politics, commentary on his campaign caused a clever word to satirize his election, and define him as More…

Governator

nickname for the present governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger apparent meaning:Quippy nickname for the new governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger =The Governator was sworn More…

Governator

Arnold Schwarzenegger, esp. after being elected governor of California apparent meaning:Arnold Schwarzenegger, esp. after he was elected governor of California =Here's a look at how More…

Governator

The current governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger apparent meaning:Refers to Arnold Schwarzenegger, the new governor of California. =Yeah, he's interviewing the governator tonight. More…

governator

refers to Arnold Schwarzenegger who is the 38th governor of California and starred in the hit movie series 'Terminator' =The term is used in reference to Arnold Schwarzenegger. More…

governmentese

A type of speech or writing originating from an official in the government. The term “governmentese” was innovated by Professor K. to refer to the jargon associated with More…

Gowipe

A troop combination in Clash of Clans, comprised of Golems, Wizards, and Pekkas. =In the popular mobile game, Clash of Clans, players can attack other player’s villages with troops. There More…


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