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heated

(verb) to become angry with someone or something =I was heated when he told me about Sarah. Etymology : from the reaction of your face warming up when you become angry or emotional. More…

Heater

A person that extremely dislikes or doesn’t supports an object or action =Heater is used just like the word air conditioner, but with the opposite meaning: “one who extremely dislikes or More…

heather

(broadening, extension) a conventionally pretty drag queen and member of the "popular" clique (in comparison, see also "booger") =In a tribute to the ‘80s cult film More…

Heather

A person who everyone likes and/or has romantic feelings towards. The term originated from the song “Heather” by Conan Gray, in which Gray describes a popular student named Heather. The More…

heather (1)

(Zero Derivation) A popular, beautiful girl who people wish to befriend or become =The term possibly originates from the 1989 film Heathers or the 2014 musical adaptation Heathers: The More…

Hebee Jebees

having a sensation of fear and uncertainty This is a word I often heard as a child in reference to the boogie monster and such characters. It is used to convey a scared and fearful idea. More…

hebetubous

Blunt, dull The formation of this word exemplifies nonce derivation and is only used among a small group of friends who like developing new words. The word probably will not gain much use More…

Hebro

A Jewish friend The word was used solely for humor. Also, this term refers specifically to a Jewish friend of the user, rather than simply a general term used to refer to any friend of the More…

Hebro(1)

A term that you would apply to your jewish friend. =Derived from a compound and blend of the word "hebrew" and the term used to describe a male friend, "bro." More…

Hebron

(Blend) an outing with friends to go grocery shopping, often on Friday and in combination with a visit to Smoothie King after getting groceries to take advantage of the $5 Friday deal that More…

hecacool

really cool; extremely excellent =The "heca-" meaning one hundred was most likely added to hyperbolize how "cool" the subject was. In this case we see the blending of More…

hecc

(creative respelling) an alternate spelling of heck =hecc follows the recent trend of changing -ck to -cc in order to make them appear less formal. hecc is often used as an even less More…

hecka

very, extremely, to a high degree apparent meaning:very type of word formation:expletive softening (like darn and shoot) =That bicycle trick was hecka cool! =One of my friends is More…

Hecka

Having a large magnitude of a specific quality. =This adjective is primarily used on the West Coast of the United States, and serves as a euphemism for the use of the word “hella”. It is More…

hecka (2)

to a high degree; extremely; absolutely =This term was originally used in informal conversation by children and teenagers in California, but it is now spreading to other parts of the More…

Hecka (3)

(analogous derivation) Particularly well described by a certain adjective or quality =User says word is commonly used in Silicon Valley area as an alternative to “hella.” Presumably formed More…

hecka(4)

very, extremely =He's hecka cool. Etymology : probably blended from 'heck of a' =http://sheafrotherdon.livejournal.com/126147.html, Oct. 2008

Heffalump

Mythical creature somewhat resembling an elephant, found in Winnie the Pooh stories. A creature from Winnie the Pooh, one that resembles an elephant and terrifies Winnie the Pooh More…

Heffer

A fat woman who is annoying. =: Often used in replacement of the word “bitch.” Heffers tend to be annoying as they often complain, blame and insult other people. Can be written as heffa or More…

heifer

It’s used as a degrading term to describe a girl who isn’t well-liked. It has a similar meaning and use as the word “bitch”. I heard K.R. use this word to describe More…


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