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Heinosity

Someone or something that is extremely repulsive or abhorrent apparent meaning:Someone or something that is extremely repulsive or abhorrent. =The out of season shoes that she was wearing More…

Heinous

Someone or something that is repulsive apparent meaning:Someone or something that is repulsive. =That boy over there is such a heinous. Etymology : Zero derivation from the adjective More…

Heisenwhack

A googlewhack that ceases to be a googlewhack because the discovery of it has caused a second result to appear in google; the act of reporting a googlewhack, so that is no longer a More…

hekka

very; incredibly; really; generally can be used interchangeably with the neologism "hella", except people will likely hate you more for using this term instead. =that was hekka More…

Helicopter Parent

A parent who is overprotective and always watching the activities of their children, to the point of absurdity This word was coined to refer to parents who are unnecessarily overbearing or More…

hell week

The week before final examinations, the last week of classes for the semester. Speaker was seeking colorful and original way to express her frustration this week. This word also invokes a More…

Hell week

A particularly difficult and stressful week; referring to collegiate and academic life, a week filled with many important assessments and deadlines. =This term is a metaphor, likening a More…

Hell-a

Synonymous with “very." Hella is a term popularly used in the San Francisco Bay Area; strangely enough, it is rarely used elsewhere in the United States and is even looked down upon in More…

hella

intensifier; marked by a great degree of a certain quality. The phrase “as hell” has been added to several adjectives to intensify them, as in, “The movie was cool as More…

Hella

An intensifying adjective; really; very; lots of. The intensifying phrase “hell of a” is mainstream, and has been used since 1776. Helluva has since arisen, and has even become More…

Hella

Having the connotation of 'cool.' apparent meaning:This word, when placed before an adjective, works as an intensifier just like the word 'extremely' or 'very.' When 'hella' is left on its More…

hella

word used to describe a verb or an adjective meaning 'very' or 'extremely' apparent meaning:very, extremely =Pub pizza is hella good. Etymology : maybe a blend of 'hell' + 'yea' =Paul More…

hella

Very, extremely Reason used: It is a fast and easier way to say ‘hell of a’ and is often used to emphasize something good. It is used to modify adjectives. =Yeah that was More…

hella #2

very, extremely =This word describes adjectives, signifying that the adjective is true to a higher degree. For example, if a movie was “hella” good, this movie was very good or better than More…

hella (1)

It intensifies adjectives, meaning very or extremely. =That’s hella cool! Etymology : This variation most likely came from “a hell of a lot,” meaning an extreme amount of something. From More…

hella (15)

very; really; a lot of; to a high degree; ="that ice cream was hella good" "that football team is hella bad" Etymology : clipping of "hell of a" as in More…

hella (2)

(suffixation) said to say that something is really cool =It is used mostly in Northern California, but not Southern California. It can be said in front of almost any word to show that it is More…

hella (3)

really, very =“I wish the airport wasn’t so hella far away!” Etymology : A slang intensifier word associated with North California and the Pacific Northwest of the United States. It is a More…

hella (4)

(compounding) An adjective used to amplify another adjective almost always with positive connotations. Metaphorically, it appears to quantify an adjective as in saying that something has a More…

Hella (7)

(Adjective) Very or extremely =I’m sorry, that's hella annoying. Etymology : This word was formed by compounding hell+of+a into hella.This word is typically used by people from More…


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