A word that is an irregular extension or formation of an existing word in order to imply extra connotations or suggest further associations from the meaning of the root word. Like the words synonym, antonym and homonym, the word extonym is derived similarly: Ext- (extend) + "onyma" (Greek for "name").
An extonym for the word "moustache" is "moustachioed", e.g. a "moustachioed" man is not simply a man with a moustache but implies the moustache is the defining feature of his character.
An extonym for the word "speech" is "speechifying", e.g. "The politician finished speechifying the audience and quickly left." Therefore the politician does not simply make a speech but the connotations are that the giving of the speech was the function of the politician's role, not intended sincerely, and in turn the audience has tolerated this ritual with a suggestion it has been covered in an aural equivalent of bulldust.
An extonym for the word "feral" is "feralated", e.g. "The shoppers went wild at the Xmas sale, leaving the shop assistants feralated by the end of the morning." The implication is that the shop assistants have not simply been tested by heavy traffic but the normally domesticated shoppers have been so wild that the shop assistants have been wrung out, if not personally violated, by the abandonment of civilised standards.
Colloquial term originally created by the students of St. Leonard’s College to condescend Chumma (a person who is clearly ghey). It developed new meaning amongst peers and can now be used as both a playful compliment (which can sometimes cause confusion amongst people who are unaware of its meaning or when not used in the correct tone) and a derogatory description of an event, person or object. It is pronounced differently to ‘gay’, similar to the first sound bite (it does not rhyme with day). It has no homosexual connotations and its derogatory nature implies more that something is lame, stupid, unjust or just plain ‘ghey’.
One day it will be in the dictionary between ghetto blaster and Ghiberti where it rightly belongs, as it is somewhere between gangstaness and culture.
* "Ya ghey"
* Amy and Loz exclaim cheerily and in high-pitch "Ya ghey!" Lucy sarcastically replies "you guys are so ghey"
*Chumma's foolish acts of throwing eggs in Southland (a shopping centre) make it clear that he is truly ghey, and not in the complimentary sense
An artificial, pseudonymical, acronymaceus, sobriquet, synthesized from a short, familiar form of "Texas" and "lex" (Greek for "word" and Latin for "law"), assumed by the original designator (and oft adopted by numerous pretenders of varying quality and trailing digital suffixii), intended, hoped, and/or calculated to represent, exhibit, and/or affect or convey a demonstrably but circumspectly delivered and highly qualified pretension to an enlightened, lettered, refined, urbane style of semantictious discourse, while completely, successfully, and self-pleasuringly avoiding legal liability, responsibility, and/or abuse for anything expressed or suggested, stated, not stated, and/or implied or not implied in any fashion, typically by employing and stringing together a sufficiently strained series of prolixly faux erudite acute and/or obtusely quasi-redundant juxtapositions of implicit and/or explicit notations, annotations, connotations, salutations, pointless alliterations, and/or self-coined words, phrases, and/or memes, clever and often inscrutably non sequitorial turns of phrase, outrageously banal phrase after endlessly loathsome phrase, discarding and, at the same, scruptulously adhering to no particular and rigourously to certain bizarre strategies and/or l...more...
(noun) A word that should not be yelled in public considering that it has two very different connotations that often get confused:
1. A Professional
2. A Prostitute
"Thanks for helping me last night. I was depressed and you really CAME through for me. You're a real pro at what you do."
"Sure, anytime you need some professional help on your computer."
"Man, how did you get so good at playing baseball? You're such a pro!"
"Thank you, I get a lot of practice as a prostitute."
1. To simplistically re-direct any comment, question, statement etc., to the initial source by replacing the subject pronoun with an emphasised 'YOU', often with underlying irrelevant sexual connotations.
2. The exclamation made by the observer of 1, as well as the knock-on effect and pack mentality that often ensues.
Person 1: "Did you put my t-shirt somewhere?"
Person 2: "Yeah, it's in the corner"
Person 1: "I'll put YOU in the corner"
Person 3: "Flipsy-doo!"
Person 4, 5, 6 etc: "Flipsy-doo! Flipsy-doo!"
|6.||finish off the list|
To masturbate, usually with male connotations.
Arright... I'm going to go finish off the list now. Shout if you need me.
Exclamation, an expression of surprise. Both negative and positive connotations. Derivative of 'damn'
Shizam! I'm late for work!