A popular Icelandic concept denoting "the joy of being single" - a portmanteau of the Icelandic words 'Einn' (one, single, or alone) and 'Gleði' (joy).
'Are you going on any dates at the moment?'

'No, I'm in my Eingleði era'


'Did you stay over at someone's house last night?'

'Yeah, Eingleði bitch!'
by londonlivingwisely January 4, 2023
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A girl who doesn't know anything replies to everything with idk.
You: Hey whatsup?!
Random idk girl : idk
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Being either afraid of the cold or feeling the cold a lot. Used across the Midlands of England and the north
"You nesh git, you don't need a coat."
by KerrAvon October 10, 2003
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Italian-American slang for heartburn but it can also mean mental aggravation.

The word is Italian-American slang derived from the Italian "agitare" meaning "to agitate.

Found an article about one of the stars of The Sopranos who's working on a new movie about feuding pizza parlor owners. The title: "Agida." ...
"Eew, I've got agida." (swallows) "Give some soda now, YUCK!"
by Esmee June 23, 2005
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A picture of the head of someones penis typically sent as an alternative to the more popular ballsack pic. A "tip pic" begs the question, why?
"Jacob just sent me a tip pic"
by Skamalam May 10, 2023
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Boymoders are transwomen who attempt to present as male while transitioning with feminizing hormones. Due to social anxiety, they're often afraid of showing any outward signs of femininity while being completely unaware that everyone can notice the changes. You can generally find them wearing oversized hoodies and women's skinny jeans regardless of the weather.
"The boymoder tried to cover her breasts with a baggy hoodie, oblivious to how visible they were through it."
by Suit Pepe September 22, 2020
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Menhera (メンヘラ) is a Japanese slang term refering to people that are suffering from mental illness or are in need of mental health care. It is derived from the words "mental", "health", and the suffix "er", meaning "mental healther". Originally, it was born in 2channel's mental health board as a nickname for its users. Due to the negative stigma associated with mental health and illness, it is sometimes abused in a discriminating manner. However, in the recent years, it has evolved into a mental health awareness subculture that tries to change the view on mental health in Japan.
"My sister is beautiful, cheerful, bright, and homely", but she is actually a Menhera girl.
by Kurumi Nanase October 21, 2020
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