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nesting

An arrangement made between divorcing couples in which they move out of the house they originally shared for their children. The parents then take turns to look after their kids. More…

netbook

(and blending) a ultra-portable laptop computer, usually low-powered and used mainly to access the internet ="Apple should get into the netbook market." Etymology : clipping and More…

netbook (1)

A netbook is a small, light-weight laptop computer priced well-below a normal laptop. It is a unique category of laptops that developed with the introduction of Asus EEE PC introduced in More…

netflick

to order a film using Netflix. The word is formed by seperating the “x” in “Netflix” into a “k” and an “s” sound, assuming the More…

netflix and chill

Slang used for the purpose of inviting someone over with the intent to hook up. Commonly seen on social media, particularly Twitter. =You wanna come over for some netflix and chill at my More…

netiquette

internet etiquette This word, unlike digerati, is one that is circulated in tech circles. It does seem like the internet is a whole new media, and that old hardcopy rules and words More…

Netiquette

etiquette on the internet and email correspondence. =People who IM a lot on AIM, learn proper netiquette. =Yahoo online article

NETIZEN

A person who spends an excessive amount of time on the Internet. =...investors and Netizens alike were left wondering what went wrong. Etymology : blend of Internet and citizen More…

Netmeet

meet or talk to sb via the internet Appeared after the internet had been widely used. =they netmeet all the time. Etymology : blend net + meet =dinner conversation

Netmeet

to meet somebody through the internet =I was about to netmeet my family. =conversation with friend

Netvertible

A netbook computer that is also a tablet. The terms is fairly new and most likely came to being when the first netbook tablets, Lenevo s10 and Asus t101mt were released back in April 2010. More…

Neuroengineering

A specialization of electrical engineering that pertains specifically to neuroscience/the human brain =It’s a more specific field within electrical engineering, and it’s one of the More…

neuron

someone lacking intelligence or common sense, used playfully. This word may derive out of sarcasm, because the brain is made up of neurons. There may also be sound symbolism with the word More…

never-never land

An imaginary and fantastic place. Some sources say it came from James Barrie's Peter Pan, but other sources indicate the word's use back to the 1800s when Australians used it for the More…

never-never land

An imaginary and fantastic place. Some sources say it came from James Barrie's Peter Pan, but other sources indicate the word's use back to the 1800s when Australians used it for the More…

never-nude

Someone who suffers from a condition by which he is unable to be naked Possible reason used: The writers wanted to invent a humorous medical condition that would fit in the context of the More…

neverendum

The act of repeatedly appealing for a referendum initiative, ad nauseam, with the hope that voters will support the proposal due to the fact that they are tired of hearing about it. More…

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Nevillelongbottom

(Eponymy) To positively change in physical appearance over time, often by going through puberty =Originated from someone observing how Neville Longbottom’s (a Harry Potter character) actor More…

New Year hangover

(Compounding) Regret people feel after over-spending for gifts. =It is the regret people feel when the New Year starts and they receive bills for spending in the previous month, which is More…


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