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Knuckle

To go to the 4N knuckle (a balcony area of Jones College) for the purpose of smoking =This is a word coined by the Jones freshmen this year. The knuckles of Jones College are the outdoor More…

Koala hug

(of Koala (n.) and hug (v.)) to give someone a hug that involves wrapping both arms and legs around the person. This is a metaphor that describes a type of hug that people give each other More…

Koankidank

A coincidence. Koankidank is simply a different pronunciation of the word coincidence. Basically, the speaker converted all the fricative c sounds into hard c sounds along with the short i More…

kobe

(verb) To make a [difficult] shot, usually in a game related to basketball. Many know Kobe Bryant as a leading player in American basketball, and his name has since become synonymous with More…

Kobe

Exclamation made when a feat of athleticism is performed. Especially the feat is a precise throw of a small object into a target. Frequently exclaimed when throwing a piece of garbage into More…

Kobesexual

(Eponym) Describes the sexual orientation of a person, specifically a Californian, who is a hardcore fan of the legendary basketball player Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers. =Kobe More…

koboko

A long flexible whip made of cow skin or horse tail The word “koboko” was originally used by the Hausas and Fulani of Northern Nigeria to describe a horse whip or a highly More…

Konglish

A blend of Korean and English in a word or an expression. A short way to say "a mixture of Korean and English" =Yeah, I'm speaking in Konglish. Etymology : blend of Ko(rean) + (E)nglish More…

kool

(Creative Respelling) Really interesting, awesome; an exclamation of excitement; cool =The word kool is used in the same context as “cool,” but was formed both for fun and to “personalize” More…

koolaiding

relaxing; kicking back and enjoying yourself; not worrying about anything =Term replacing the slang word of 'chillin' Etymology : From the brand name drink of Koolaid + More…

Kosher

(widening) Originally referring to the types of food allowed to be consumed according to Jewish dietary law. Shifted in meaning to generalize to anything that is “right”, “correct”, More…

kpop

A word describing something of Korean pop culture; most often used referring to Korean pop music. =A word that has been clipped meaning from Korean pop. Though Kpop can be used to describe More…

kresman

A mentally challenged person Kresman is a word used to describe an unkempt, crazy man who usually lives on the street. The blending just like “katakata” is probably a result of More…

Krogert

Yogurt purchased from Kroger =The word died almost as soon as it was created, as the group of people who created it shopped at HEB far more often than at Kroger. Its ephemeral existence More…

krokodil

A drug, similar to heroine, which is known to cause rotting of the flesh around users' injections site. =Let's go do some krokodil with Waseem!!!! Etymology : From the Russian More…

Krunk

Good This word is different from the popular phrase krunk'd which means drunk. I first heard it used on Comedy Central's The Daily Show with John Stewart during an interview with Ice Cube. More…

Krunk

Cool. (Mostly use for special events not to people) undefined =This party is Krunk.”

KRUNK

Slang. Awesome. syn. tight, cool. =That was a krunk song. Etymology : ? blend of funk and (k)ool; African American Vernacular English =Conversation

Krunk

Describing the state of being cool while drunk, usually in a party setting. Apparent meaning: an adjective describing the state of being cool while drunk, usually in a party setting. More…

krunk

Crazy, wild; cool urban way of stating wild, crazy, or cool. Used to imitate rap artists. Makes one feel more like part of an “in-group” =That party was krunk, dude. More…


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