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fatfingered

to unknowingly enter the incorrect numbers or value in a calculator resulting in an incorrect output =This speaker used this as a creative and memorable way (with the help of alliteration) More…

fatheresque

Having a fatherly or paternal quality =His caring attitude towards the kids was almost fatheresque. Etymology : Concatenation of noun “father” (from Latin More…

Fatneek

Someone with a large forehead. =Word that was used in a YouTube Video between friends. It was used in the context of “KSI is a fatneek.” This was used in humor as a diss to a close friend. More…

faux-five

a type of high-five in which one of the two people involved pulls their hand away, resulting in no hand slapping motion =The term “high-five” is a gesture in which two people slap hands More…

faux-hawk

A currently popular hairstyle in which the hair at the top of the head is teased and styled into a pompadour of sorts, while the hair at the sides is slicked back. It was used as an More…

Fauxhawk

hairstyle where the hair slopes up towards the middle of the head and forms a straight line when looking directly at person with the hairstyle. Simliar to Mohawk, but person still has hair More…

fauxhawk

A type of hairstyle resembling a typical Mohawk hairstyle in which the hair is combed towards the middle. Differs from a traditional Mohawk hairstyle in that no hair is actually shaved or More…

Fauxhawk (3)

a hairstyle that is reminiscent of a Mohawk, but not as drastic. A Mohawk hairstyle involves shaving the sides of one’s head so that the only hair remaining is a strip of hair in the More…

fauxllet

haircut almost resembling a mullet Common blending of similar word letters and sound. =That kid’s rockin a fauxllet, must be European. Etymology : from French faux 'false' + slang More…

fauxpology

(noun) An incinsere apology. =This term is used to refer to an apology one does not believe to be heartfelt. The term is used in reference to apologies that are not believed to be genuine. More…

fauxpology (1)

An ostensible apology for the sake of appeasing, rather than one out of sincerity. =Fauxpology was most likely coined as a response to fake apologies, and is used to indicate the low More…

fav

A word used to show favoritism or especially fond of. =The word originally came from favorite, but was shorted to fav. It is used in the same way as favorite is. Etymology : Clipping More…

fave

A person or thing that is favored above others. This is yet another instance in the English language (or any language) of a "slang" word coined from the clipping or shortening of an More…

Fave

(Clipping) A shortened version of favorite. =Favorite means the thing that is most favored. Here, fave means the same thing. It is just a shorter way to say favorite. Etymology : Comes More…

fave (1)

(clipping) The most liked person or thing. Fave is a shortening of the word “favorite”. It is used in informal conversation or texting or chatting over the internet. Etymology : More…

Fawks

a situation that is really awkward and uncomfortable this word is commonly used by a friend of mine and her friends at Wiess and her friends from home Etymology : Blend - from the words More…


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