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Hax

analogy Adjective
Really good, awesome, amazing.
 
"Did you see what I just did? It was so hax."
Etymology : It is a misspelling of "hacks", as in a computer hacker. The term first arose in online video games. To "hack" in the game meant to use a cheat program that made you invincible or see through walls or some other unfair advantage. So eventually, "hax" came to also describe someone who was so skilled that it seemed like he hacks. From there, it came to describe anything that was really awesome.
Source : I saw people say it in online video games. Then, my friends started saying it in real life.
Last modified: 4 December 2011


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