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blogosphere

the collective web log community Blogosphere was formed to accomodate the creation and rising popularity of blogs and allow users to better communicate about their actions. Technology jargon More…

BLOGOSPHERE

A noun referring collectively to all the blogs, referring specifically to their nature of passing information from one blog to another somewhat rapidly. The coiner was seeking a way to More…

blogosphere

The collection of weblogs and their influence over public opinion on the internet. While blogs are individual websites, blogs together have a collective power because they often link to one More…

Blogosphere

The area or domain (especially on the internet) of influence of online journals and of those who maintain and/or frequent them. Because of the recent development of blogs, there was no word More…

Blogosphere (3)

(Noun) Community of all bloggers, blog-related resources, lingo, and their readers. It is more generally used to refer to the entire population of bloggers and their readers, however, it can More…

blogosphere9

The collection of all people on the internet who blog =The term was used in order to convey the phenomenon of blogging as a community-wide affair. Once bloggers joined online communities, More…

Blogspotting

the act of looking for blogs (weblogs), especially those with content of special interest Because of the recent emergence of blogs, there was no single word referring to the active search More…

blood

A close relative or friend; often used in greeting as a sign of mutual respect, trust, and friendship. ("That man is my blood; I can trust him to do the job right.") Apparent Meaning: More…

Blood (2)

A term used to describe someone who is a family member, or someone you are very close to. =The standard definition is the fluid that circulates in the principle vascular system of human More…

Blooded Out

adjective, to be used when someone is dressed in all red, derived from the gang terminology used by the bloods and the crips in the west coast gang war =used by people familiar with gang More…

Bloody Oath

An Australian slang term expressing great excitement and agreement; an excited response. The term ‘bloody’ in Australia is a way to emphasize the word following it and is More…

Bloodybelly comb jelly

(Rhyming compound) A common name for Lampocteis cruentiventer, a jellyfish in the phylum of Ctenophora (also known as comb jelly). This species of jellyfish is characterized by the deep red More…

bloof

(noun) Term to signal the end of a conversation, usually in texting. =Often in text or SMS conversations, it isn't clear that the conversation has ended. In order to signal to both More…

blotto

(noun) To be seriously drunk/intoxicated, especially to be drunk to the point that one's senses are impaired. The alcohol is 'blotting out' the world. One is in the state of More…

blowin' up

To receive a phone call, generally on a cell phone; receiving multiple phone calls in a short amount of time. Slang phrase =John, is that your phone again? You have been blowin’ up More…

blowupship

(Noun) A romantic relationship that has taken a turn for the worse. Each partner harbors significant discontent and/or anger for the other partner. =The word “blowupship” is a metaphor for More…

BLUE-HOOING

Moping and whining of Democrats after a Republican wins an election. This formation allows the speaker to convey that the upset person is both a Democrat and is sad in one catchy phrase. More…

blue-stater

A member of the Democratic Party Reason used: The word was used to talk about members of the Democratic Party. In a presidential election, the media highlights the states won by the More…

blueballs

The feeling of slight sadness and disappointment when a male is interrupted from and therein denied sexual activity midway. =This word was originally used in popular culture to refer to More…

blueflaming

the act of holding a lighter near a flatulent to cause a short combustion of blue flame =This word is formed by compounding the roots blue and flaming with the present tense suffix More…


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