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Weaksauce

A term used to describe something that is insufficient and utterly laughable Weaksauce is an adjective used to describe something that is inadequate, laughable, unpopular, and basically More…

weaksauce

Something that is weaksauce is lame or inferior. The source of the compound weaksauce is unclear. It is possibly a reference to mild salsa which is not as spicy as hot sauce. This More…

wearable

(zero derivation) A technology that integrates modern functions and innovative capabilities into articles or accessories of clothing. Examples include mobile technologies like Google Glass More…

web

(semantic broadening) The act of a spider descending from its web or an elevated surface by using its spinnerette to produce silk from which it can suspend itself in the air. As a noun, a More…

web-emy

An enemy one has made on the Internet (usually in a message board or chat room). =The term was coined as a shorter way to express making an enemy on the web. The use of a dash in the word More…

Webcam

An electronic device that, when hooked up to a computer, can stream live images of what it sees through its lens to anyone you want to view it. With the increasing usage of internet, this More…

Webcamming

(Word Formation type: Suffixation and Novel Creation) The action of using a webcam to video chat with someone through the internet. =This word developed after the actual invention of the More…

webciety

web society. The word came up since the Internet has become very influential media for people, so the internet could be considered as a society. =Facebook is the world's biggest More…

webcomic

A comic published solely on the internet. Comics on the internet are very different from the comics printed in the newspaper. There are still only a few panels longs, but the panels can be More…

Webcomic

A comic strip series that is primarily posted online =The simplest way to differentiate comic strips which appear online from those that appear in print is to add “web” before them. More…

Webinar

A seminar taken online apparent meaning: a course composed of a small number of people who are taking it online. the word flows quite well and as the two words of the blend can be More…

webinar

(Compounding after clipping) A seminar that is given specifically via the internet. =We're supposed to do a webinar for this class on Saturday. Etymology : Compounding of web, More…

Webinar (3)

(noun; blending) A formal seminar or meeting among groups of individuals over the Internet. Such individuals do not need to “meet” in the same physical location to converse because they can More…

Webinar(2)

A seminar with participants from around the world, facilitated by the internet ="There will be an I/O Psychology webinar tonight for anyone who's interested" Etymology : More…

webisode

Refers to a web episode, or a television episode that can be watched online. =The similar phonetic structure of “-eb” in “web” and “-ep” in “episode” make this neologism likely to be a More…

weblog

Online journal. [Compound web + log.] Another example of a need for a word to describe a new technological activity or concept. Etymology : A compound word that combines web and log to More…

webmasterful

having to do with the duties of a webmaster This adjective also implies, to some degree, a high level of skill in whatever noun it modifies; an incorrect parsing of this word might yield More…

Webonics

: A type of language used by internet savvy gamers and programmers during online game play as well as in weblogs and forums. Similar to Leet, or 1337. Webonics is a relative of the More…

webpedia

online databases that collectively act as an encyclopedia; the whole collection of electronic encyclopedias available through the websites of the World Wide Web Due to the increasing use of More…

Webtoon

A webcomic. A story, specifically a comic published online, told through pictures and words. Due to the higher quality of technology, some webtoons may have attached music or allow viewers More…


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