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the first attempt at climbing a rock wall possible reason used: A select term used by the rock-climbing speech community to specify that the climb will be the very first on a wall. More…

Oodles

(Novel Creation) Denoting a large quantity of something. =Probably first used among young children but then took on familiarity with parents and older siblings. The term holds comedic value More…

Oof

A way of conveying empathy without putting effort into coming up with an actual response (shows you care but not too much). =“I just broke up with my girlfriend.” “Oof.” Etymology : The More…

OOMF

stands for One Of My Followers as in one who follows another's tweets =Used primarily as a hashtag on twitter when referring to an individual that follows one’s tweets. See Subtweet* More…

Oop

an exclamation typically made following an something insulting, inappropriate, or offensive. Occasionally, it takes on the meaning of accident or apology. =The dropping of the More…

Oop (2)

(Novel Creation) To be caught off guard (normally by something that is unfortunate yet funny). =“Oop” is an onomatopoeia based on a sound someone makes when surprised, similar to “oof” or More…

op

overpowered. Use this word to describe character which is too powerful in video games. ="Did you see Fizz, new champion? He's op! Everyone wants to play him!" Etymology : More…

OP

abbreviation for 'Original Poster'; used especially on Internet forums, especially on posts referring to the original poster of the thread =The OP didn't ask that question, More…

Op

Someone who is noticeable stronger and more capable than others. =That character is so OP; look at him kill everybody. Etymology : Acronym for over-powered =10-21-2013. My first time More…

OP (3)

(initialism) Overpowered, extremely strong to the point of being unfair. =If a member of any form of competition appears to have a massive advantage through skill or abilities, then that More…

OP (4)

(initialism) The original poster or creator in a forum thread on the internet, such as on Reddit. =This term is used to address or discuss the creator of the internet forum thread in the More…

open

in cowboy jargon, referring to a female bovine that is not pregnant I heard this new meaning of ‘open’ growing up on a ranch. The cowboys have to differentiate between the cows More…

opinionate

To judge someone, particularly in a negative manner. Intended Meaning: to form an opinion of or to judge someone negatively Analysis: opinion -ate opinion -V to form an opinion Possible More…

opp

a way to describe someone who is not trustworthy in the actions that they display; a person who is against you =Opp may originate from Northern U.S dialect in recent years and has spread More…

Oprah

To exploit or use. This slang phrase is original and humorous. It also is a shibboleth, dividing people who know about American pop culture from those who do not know anything about it. More…

Optionary

not required or able to choose While speaking to an English major who is picky about grammar, a classmate decided to use the word optionary instead of optional to see if she would notice More…

oreo

an African American who characteristically adheres to the popular white culture of the time period, often betraying his or her own culture in doing so. =The term 'oreo' with More…

Organza

A type of fabric, composed of silk or similar synthetic material, characterized by its stiffness and shine. Most often used for high-society clothing. =She had a two-metre circumference More…

Orgasmatron

An electronic machine that gives real orgasms through electrodes stimulating specific nerves in the spine and subcutaneously =The married woman who tested the machine, dubbed an More…

orgo

Organic chemistry. Orgo is common Rice slang for the organic chemistry course. Organic chemistry is a notoriously difficult course, which is a probable reason for it being so widely known. More…


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