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Hotboxin’

(verb) To smoke in a completely closed off and secluded area that allows that the smoke to build up and thus creates a greater “high” sensation. =This word is most commonly used by people More…

Hotlanta

A nickname for the city of Atlanta, Georgia. It is a blending of “hot” and “Atlanta” used to convey the typical high temperatures of Atlanta (which has an average high of 70.3 degrees More…

hotsome

Exceedingly remarkable and exciting An enriched way of saying awesome; hot and awesome; very exciting and outstanding =It’s going to be a hotsome event. Etymology : blend of hot + More…

hottie

very good looking person May have come from the idea that being hot (as in temperature) is generally accepted as being more desirable than being cold. =Check out the hottie over there.

house

To score a touchdown, i.e. to take the ball to the house The original expression evolved around 2002, and was originally “take it to the house.” That got to be a mouthful, so More…

house 2

To be the dominant person in a situation; to have power and control. =Generally associated with urban slang, though not necessarily, and almost always used in the continuous form More…

houseless

lacking a house or permanent shelter, but not for want of the feeling of home =the word "homeless" implies both shiftlessness and disconnection from society. In contract, one More…

housewares

houseware =Regularization of the plural noun “houseware.” Though "houseware" is the common plural form, the suffix -s is added to regularize it. Etymology : from houseware More…

Houstonisation

The rapid diversification that is transforming much of America’s urban sprawl into multicultural suburbs that are rewarding places to live, play, work, and, especially, eat. Refers to More…

Houstonization1

(Affixation, analogy) Something that is characterized by becoming like in Houston in some way, usually with a negative connotation =I have only ever heard it used in the context of More…

housty

(Conversion, clipping, and affixation) Warm and slightly humid, Houston-like (pertaining to weather). =This is an example of conversion from one part of speech to another. Here, the name More…

Hovercraftinate

To turn something into a hovercraft. Apparent meaning: to turn something into a hovercraft. Analysis of word: hovercraft plus –in ‘N’ plus –ate ‘V’. More…

Howies

((Affixation)) An abbreviated form of “Howitzers.” =The word was used to refer to Howitzers from the video game Forts RTS. I think that the word is probably slang used to refer to Howitzers More…

howla

A very attractive person. Trying to say that the guy was attractive, using howla, sounds like “howler” so the person would make you howl, like bark or a cat call. =Look at him, More…

Howzit

(slang) Word compounding of How + is + it. It is slang and a shortcut to ask a lot of different types of questions such as “how is it going?” or “how is it over there?” =“Howzit going?” More…


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