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killage

the act of hunting and killing an animal for sport and/or food apparent meaning:to hunt an animal for sport and/or food =So begins the season of deer killage Etymology : affixation; More…

KILLDOZE

To take out one's frustration in a dramatic and destructive way. (I'm going to killdoze city hall if they don't start helping out our neighborhood.') The speaker wanted to express his More…

KILLDOZER

The armored bulldozer used by Marv Heemeyer to destroy part of Granby, Colorado in a rampage. ('With the killdozer, he was able to take out whole buildings.') The speaker was most likely More…

killer

term of affection Additional factors ocurred. For example, killer has gone through a semantic shift of amelioration. Now there is even a band called The Killers. Perhaps the term of More…

Killer

awesome, amazing This word seems to convey a sense of excitement that is perhaps comparable to the sensationalism that often accompanies killings. Perhaps more likely, this word might also More…

killer app

1. an application, i.e. a program, on a particular device, usually a computer or gaming console, so desired that people buy the console or computer hardware just to run the program The idea More…

killer bee

to be beaten by the Houston Astros, whose team includes many players with "B" names. It was the best description of what happened to both the Braves and the Cardinals, the Braves having More…

Killing

To do extremely well, to perform exceedingly well in a certain instance =Example: "I played so well the other day, I was really killing it." The usage of this phrase suggests More…

killing it

To achieve great success in a task. Moving away from the literal meaning of "kill", to murder, but rather, to achieve a large amount of success. For example, if someone is More…

Killtastic

1. a kill marked by extravagance or notable skill/peculiarity 2. numerous kills marked by notability of their number The word probably means to be marked by extravagant killings (i.e. More…

killuminati

'Killuminati' is the blending of the words 'kill' and 'Illuminati,' originally coined by Tupac Shakur. Shakur did not believe in the literal killing of More…

kim kardashian

a period of dating (or marriage) of 72 days =Used like fortnight to describe a period of days. Coined to mock Kim Kardashian who was married only 72 days before filing for divorce. More…

Kimosabe

Partner or side-kick, also means buddy or pal. Used in a slightly derogatory or diminutive manner. Possible reason used: The term that was made popular by the TV show The Lone Ranger from More…

Kin

To wholly identify as a person or fictional character. =This usage of “kin” implies a polysemy, which possibly arose from a metaphorical semantic change. As the original “kin” meant “a More…

Kinase

Any substance or enzyme that catalyzes the addition of a phosphate group (made up of a phosphate atom and multiple oxygen atoms) onto a molecule. =The protein kinase then modifies the More…

Kinda

(blending) blending of Kind + of – Used as a short cut to say kind of, meaning similarly =“This parade is kinda boring.” Etymology : adverb – blending of kind and of =Cousin in More…

Kinect

(creative respelling) Technology from Microsoft, Inc. for the Xbox 360 video game system that allows for playing video games without a controller. =The line for Kinect will be insane this More…

king

(noun) the one at the very top of a group =This term is used as a colloquial meaning of the term king, meaning the ruler of a country. The modern meaning, especially in the college More…

King

Someone who has admirable qualities =Used casually to refer to people one approves of or who has done something nice recently. Also used as a term of endearment for a friend. It is not More…

King (2)

A male who has demonstrated some amount of good qualities. =The word was broadened from “king” as “monarch” and now means any male who acts like a “king.” However, most often this word is More…


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