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'lax

Being very relaxed, informal, and laid-back in nature; an event which is informal or casual. The clipping of the word relax to ‘lax was used to be short and to the point. The term was More…

L

A loss. This word is typically used in the phrase ‘taking an L’, which means taking a loss or accepting defeat. This can mean a failure of some sort, or an activity or class which you are More…

L (2)

To lose or to predict a loss. =The term is often used in the internet and gaming community. This term is often referred to as an object as in “I’m about to hand you this L.” Both the past More…

l (241)

a loss, a negative outcome of an event =L is used in reference to negative events and personal failure goal rather than specifically losing a competitive event. While a low score on a test More…

L (3)

(initialism) A loss or a bad thing that has happened to somebody. =A person “takes an L” if they have lost to another person in some form of competition, or if they have failed in any More…

L-joint

(Literal physical representation/slang) An L-joint is the creation of 2 cigarette papers filled with marijuana rolled into the formation of an L so as to put more into the tip and you don’t More…

l33t

(clipping of the word "elite") used by hackers in the early days of the internet to avoid any key searches, by using numbers to replace letters on their websites. pronounced More…

La Ronde

a form of improv which starts with a series of two person scenes where each person is in back-to-back scenes with different characters (A meets B, B meets C, C meets D, D meets A) and the More…

lab

slang term for a lie, or to lie =Quit labbin’ man, you didn’t quit your job. =A friend

Lab rat

A person who has a proclivity for laboratory work and spends most or all of their free time in their laboratory, whether they have work to do in lab or not. =This term is an analogy of the More…

Labberdoodle

It means a dog that is produced by breeding a lab and a poodle. =I took the labberdoodle for a walk. Etymology : It compounding, it is a mix between the words lab and poodle. =June More…

labbie

A Rice graduate or undergraduate student who runs a lab. Labbie is yet slang word another used by Rice students. Like most slang used at Rice, labbie is used both as an easier way to say a More…

labbie

a teaching assistant or lab assistant Used because of brevity – “laboratory assistant” is too long. Also, “labbie” conveys a casual connotation, which fits More…

Labbie

(diminutive) Person who assists with the running of a lab based course Etymology : clipping of “lab assistant” with diminutive “-ie” suffix probably because they have less power or More…

labbie(1)

a person in charge or running a lab for students, a lab assitant =This is a clipping of the title lab assistant. It is slang used by the Rice population for a person that runs lab and More…

labby

A TA who works directly with students during their classes or labs (as opposed to just grading and holding separate office hours) ="I know that you expressed an interested in labbying More…

label whore

Someone who only like to wear brand name clothing and who brags about only buying brand names. =They also make sure that the name of the brand is visible when they are wearing the More…

lability

A precarious state; instability. =However, the lability of the epoxide functionality prevents significant in vivo activity, which makes them of little pharmalogical interest. Etymology More…

Labradoodle

A dog that is a cross between a Labrador and a Poodle The labradoodle was breed to have the best qualities of both dogs. The labradoodle doesn't shed, which they got from the poodle and is More…

Labradoodle

(Noun) A breed of dog that is a blend between a Labrador and a Poodle. =Coming from the words Labrador and Poodle at some point someone coined the word Labradoodle which must have gained More…


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