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(noun) It refers to when an NCAA athlete sits out of play for a year in order to preserve a year of eligibility in a season when maybe he or she wouldn’t have played much anyway. =It is used More…

redstate

A state whose electoral college votes go to a Republican candidate. Used to refer to large groups of people by which party their state gave its electoral college votes to in a presidential More…

redunkulous

Extremely deserving of ridicule; extremely ridiculous This word has been around for a while, it seems. As such, its really hard to understand where it comes from. One thing is for More…

redunkulous

ridiculousness as a result of intoxication; used to describe ridiculous acts performed while drunk. There is legitimate impetus for users to develop a term to describe the outlandish More…

Redunkulous

The expression of disapproval at an idea or event that is ridiculous in nature. Redunkulous has a concise , humorous tone. It sounds like a phrase a basketball player would use on the court More…

reemed

to beat a person or overcome a challenge It was coined as a shortened version of creamed. =I reemed that guy in that game. =A friend

Ref-ing

to officiate a game as a referee =This word is used by almost every referee hired by the Rice Recreational center. It simply clipped the word referee into its shorter term, ref, and added More…

refactor

A type of reorganization of a section of computer code where other sections referencing the current section must be changed in order for the final result to make sense (renaming a More…

Refirement

a forced retirement. It was used to make a statement about the fact that the individual believed that Dr. Camacho did not retire by choice but by basically being told, “retire or More…

refuctor

the process of taking a well designed piece of software code and, through a series of small and unnecessary reversible changes, making the code completely unmaintainable or even legible by More…

refudiate

(eggcorn and blending) most likely means repudiate =A term that was often used by Sarah Palin instead of “repudiate”. She repeated it enough that the media started to make fun of her for More…

Refudiate (2)

To deny the truth of a statement. A clever blending of “refute” and “repudiate,” a general term which just denies acceptance of a blatant lie. Etymology : Blending of refute and More…

reggaetón

a class of Latino music characterized by a low-toned beat and rap reflective of Puerto Rico reggae. Reggaetón is a genre of music that is reflective of Spanish reggae with a heavy, More…

Reggaetón

A form of dance music that blends reggae, hip hop, and Latin dance music Reggaetón is a type of dance music that has become popular with youth in Latin America. It blends reggae with More…

Reggaeton

A type of dance music with elements of both Latin America and Jamaica Reggaeton is a function of the clipping and blending word formation process. The style of music is quite popular on the More…

Reggie

(Conversion) Noun-usually used as a proper noun, someone’s name. in this case, the word is used to refer to low quality marijuana =Usually people would say regular weed, but for the sake of More…

regift

To give an unwanted gift one has received to another person, especially during Christmas time. This derivation appears to break with logic, though, due to the fact that since it is a verb, More…

regift

Apparent meaning: taking a gift from someone and give it to another. Reason used: to describe a process of giving gifts, receive one gift and then give it to another. Type of Formation: More…

Regift

To use a gift you received as a gift to give someone else. =Harry never used his Starbucks card, so he regifted it to Carol at Christmas. Etymology : adding “re-“ to “gift” More…

Regifter

One who gives a gift to someone else what he has been given himself, i.e. one who gives again what has been given to him/her Someone that gives a gift to another that originally was given More…


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