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jonestown party

(a figurative noun; new formation) A party where the punch, or Kool-Aid, is laced with cyanide. A nod to the "Jonestown Massacre", where over 900 people died from drinking More…

joo

(VERB) "Did you?" =Used as a quicker way to type "did you" when talking to someone online by spelling out the way it may sound if spoken quickly. Etymology : blending More…

Joog

(Noun/ Adj) Refers to something for sale that is discounted =It is interchangeable as a noun or adjective as seen in the following: “Do you have the joog on those hats?” “Do you have those More…

JORDANESQUE

reminiscent of Michael Jordan. =He made a jordanesque move under the basket. Etymology : coined by NBC Sports commentator Marv Albert. The -esque ending means 'like', as found on words More…

jorting

(noun) the act of wearing jean shorts, used as a gerund. =This term is currently only used by fans of Brian David Gilbert’s online videos, typically in the comment sections of his videos. More…

jorts

Shorts, especially mens', made of denim material Amusing and comical way of saying jean shorts; probably used because denim shorts are no longer the height of fashion and the particular More…

jorts

blue jean shorts ="I would never be caught in a pair of jorts." Etymology : blending of: (blue)j(eans) + (sh)orts =friend, September 2010

Joshin'

To joke with, or fool around with a friend, usu. in coversation apparent meaning:A verb used to defend or explain a person's intent, such as joking or kidding. =I'm just joshin' with you More…

Joshing

(Either novel creation or sound symbolism to 'joking' which has similar meaning) To joke, engage in playful verbal banter, or mess around with someone, lightheartedly. =You More…

joshing

(novel formation) to tease in a joking manner =“Joshing” is similar in spelling to “joking,” but in pronunciation they are quite different, as they are pronounced with a different vowel More…

Jossed

(eponym) 1. When fan theories regarding aspects of a work of fiction (usu. something that is released serially, like a television show or comics) are invalidated by new additions to canon More…

jou

A shortened version of the question, “Did you?” Type of word formation: Folk Etymology: as the phrase was repeated over and over again, its words were slowly crunched together More…

jouch

(noun) a couch upholstered with denim. =The term “jouch” is rarely used in real life; it’s typically only used in a humorous context or accompanying a meme of a denim-upholstered couch More…

Jovan

Pronounced "joe-von", this is act in which a person sudden sticks their arms through an unknowning person's arms and into their armpits in a upwards-thrusting motion. This is More…

joyage

A pleasant trip or traveling experience =The existence of the word “joy” in “joyage” gives this neologism a very positive connotation. This word was probably coined because there was not a More…

joygasm

A state of happiness so overwhelming it is (figuratively) orgasmic. It was used as a silly description of a state of extreme happiness. =He was so happy, he was having a veritable joygasm. More…

joyquit

(Compound composed of the free roots 'joy' and 'quit') To leave a room in a state of great happiness =This term is used to describe the exit of an individual after More…

Joyquit (2)

To happily quit something. =A spin on the gaming phrase “ragequit,” “joyquit” is the exact opposite. “Ragequit” occurs when a video gamer is unhappy with the way their game is going and More…

Js

(Name Brand.; It is the first initial of Jordan's.; "Air Jordans" is clipped to "Jordans") "Js" refers to the basketball shoes made by Nike called Air More…

JU-Ice

(Analogy) Alcoholic drinks =I heard they got that JU-Ice. Etymology : This word is pronounced by saying the first two letters of juice, j and u, individually then saying ice. This word More…


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