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Wu-po

Wu-Po is an abbreviation for West University Police It is much faster to say Wu-Po than West University Police. =If you go 1 mile over the speed limit in West University the Wu-Po will come More…

Wuagh

term used to describe one who is overly obsessed with school work, a nerd strange sounding word for nerd apparently giving it an even more derogatory sound =Look at him he is such a Waugh. More…

wunky

A description of the feeling resulting from a buildup of pressure in a person’s ears. The speaker could use more than one word to describe how his ears felt, so he combined two of the More…

Wut

(creative respelling; exclamation) not used as a question word like its base word, but used solely as a response to something extremely absurd. Wut is almost exclusively used as the sole More…

ww

(acronym of two words, well and won.) A phrase typed at the end of a computer game between two players, used by the loser to congratulate the winner on his victory. Akin to a handshake that More…

wwf

slang abbreviation for 'Words with Friends' =You down to play wwf? Etymology : abbreviation of the title of the game "Words with Friends" =Internet message 11/2011

Wylin

Acting crazy, both in positive and negative connotations. =The adjective is an example of sound symbolism, since the original form of the world is “wilding”. The word form “wilding” is More…

WYSIWYG

Acronym for What You See Is What You Get. Used as shorthand by internet bloggers, retailers and surfers WYSIWYG is a shorthand way of saying that the picture on the web is what the item in More…

W’all

we all =The term w’all is an abbreviation of the two words ‘we’ and ‘all’ and is the first person plural form of the analogous word ‘y’all.’ The term draws from Southern variations of More…

Xanga

To spend time writing journal entries or leaving comments (e-props) on Xanga, an online journal community Apparent meaning, etymology, and type of word formation: To xanga is to spend time More…

Xanga

to write an entry in one’s online journal, specifically a Xanga. it is more direct and succinct than saying “I wrote about it in my Xanga.” This verb is prevalently used More…

Xangan

internet users who use Xanga as a blog Instead of telling me, “Now you also use Xanga to write your journal,” it was easy for Y. to say, “Now you are a Xangan,” More…

Xanger

person who joins Xanga and writes in this online journal This word is just completely made up and comes from the word Xanga, which is just the name of the online journal. Word formation is More…

Xangster

One who is fanatical about Xanga and typically writes new entries on a regular basis and can spend hours browsing through other people’s Xanga entries and pictures reason used: This More…

Xanny

a slang term for the anxiety medication drug, Xanax =Xanax, which sounds very medical and professional, was clipped to xanny, which sounds much more approachable. This gives the term a More…

Xbots

Internet users who love the Xbox 360 video game system and constantly argue how they believe that it is much better than any other type of gaming system. =This term clips and blends the More…

Xennial

(noun) Someone who was born in the late 1970s or early 1980s, on the edge of being both a member of Gen X and a millennial. =“Don’t blame me for not knowing that, I’m a Xennial. I don’t More…

xenobot

(Noun) Synthetic organisms designed by a computer, often without human guidance, to perform some desired task or function. =A noun ford by affixing “xeno-” to the beginning of “bot.” It’s More…

Xerox subsidy

Swiping free photocopies from one's workplace This is a euphemism to disguise the dishonest enterprise of using the work photocopying facilities for personal photocopies. The word subsidy More…

xtina

Nickname for any Christina that is lewd. It was used to give anyone named Christina a sexual, lewd connotation in her name. To describe any person named Christina in a dirty or vulgar More…


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