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shluck

used to express displeasure This is a word my family uses when we get upset instead of using f*ck. It was coined when my mom accidently blurted it out and since then it has stuck. I have More…

Shmacked

(derivation) Excitedly drunk. Intoxicated but hyped. =“I just got out of my multi midterm, lets get shmacked!” Etymology : Originating from the youtube series, “I’m Shmacked”, where a More…

shmacked

Drunk (but in no specific manner) =Usually, some words for drunk have connotations, like “wasted” implies excess, like a wasted person is excessively drunk, but in this case, the person More…

Shmacked (2)

(Creative Respelling) To be good. =This word was used mainly from one of my roommate’s friends from Bridgewater, NJ. My roommate, as a result, brought it to Rice, but only uses the word in More…

Shmammered

(blending) Being very intensely drunk from alcohol. Word is derived from the terms sh*t-faced and hammered plus an extra m sound due to assimilation and slurring from the alcohol. =“I am More…

Shmedium

(blending) A t-shirt that is too small for you. Worn in an attempt to show off your muscles to girls, however this metrosexual style choice is not appreciated by your friends. =“Take off More…

Shmer-shmer

Shmer-shmer has no particular meaning. Rather, it is an interjection in speech used to avoid the issue or topic at hand or used when someone doesn’t know what to say. It is best when used More…

shmoo

the shape of a polarized cell during mating, a cell of this shape This description of a biological process of yeast cells comes from a popular cartoon character of the late 1940s/early More…

Shmoo

A small, tight curve or arch I have no idea how this came about. In context, it makes a modicum of sense to presume that the shape is some kind of bunching-up or a curve, but Shmoo honestly More…

shmooze

to scrounge around from others to gather things one needs or wants. (slang) similar to the slang word "mooch" Presumed reason for coinage Another slang word used by teens and college kids More…

Shmop

The sound something makes when it pops. =Pop and popping are generally used when describing the sound something makes when it pops. Shmop is the noun version of the pop itself Etymology More…

shmurd

To meditate. =Used by a friend in place of the word ‘meditate’. Etymology : Of indeterminate origin. =friend

Shnazzy

(backformation) a backformation of the word snazzy. It has an extra consonant, “H”, for emphasis of the word snazzy. =“You’re looking shnazzy!” Etymology : adjective – backformation of More…

shnot

A mild expletive implying discontent ('Shnot! I didn't mean to offend her!') =Shnot! I forgot my keys! Etymology : A blend, derived from 'shit' and 'snot' =a friend walking to her More…

Shockvertising

A way of advertising products with words, images, and concepts that may come as provocative, offensive, and controversial to the audience. The word is a blended form of shock and More…

Shoe

(noun to verb) The action of putting on a shoe. =The action of putting on a shoe. First used by a friend when they were trying to put on their shoes. After many failed attempts, they used More…

shoe-bachi

If someone calls Shotgun, then someone else says Blitz, the driver can call “Shoe-bachi” and point to a spot. Everyone else has to throw their shoe at the spot and the closest person gets More…

shoes

(NOUN) Rims (on a car) =Shoe are often used to express one's self and decorate the feet. Similarly, extravagant rims on a car can be used to show off and add something special to the More…

shoes

A euphemism for "sh*t", when it is used as an interjection (ie. "Holy shoes!" makes sense, but not "This pie tastes like shoes."). ="Holy shoes!" More…

Shoo

(clipping from Shoot) a negative exclamation of disappointment. =Shoo.. I can't find my pen Etymology : clipping from Shoot =Classmate in Rice, Fall 2011


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