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A superstitious term meaning to give something bad luck or misfourtune
He hadnt got a bad grade all year, but by mentioning that to his friend he jinxed it.
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when two people coincidentally say the same phrase together at the same time, the first one to then say "jinx" puts bad luck on the other.
Tina and Heather both say "I'm going to the movies" simultaneously.

Heather one-ups Tina by saying declaring "jinx"!
by Mike May 04, 2004
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This occurs when two or more people say a word or phrase simultaneously. It is usually followed up with a childish taunt by the onlooker.
Person: "I can't remember if eggplant is a member of the thistle family."

(two or more people): "It is."

Person (or another uninvolved): "Jinx! You can't talk 'til somebody says your naaame!"
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Look, you're almost at your top score this time!
Dude! Don't talk about it! You'll Jinx it!
by atomic_poppy May 04, 2004
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Jinx is a term used by the weak minded who create a self fulfilling prophecy for their own downfall.
Person A: "I can't tell you my plans I don't want to jinx it."

Person B: "All that means is that you have no real faith in your plans and are going to fail."
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to say something at the same time as someone else. If you say "jinx you own me soda" then they owe you a soda.
Person 1 and 2: I like chesse.
Person 1: Jink you owe me a soda!
Person 2: Dang
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When used as a name:
1)A person who usualy has bad luck.
2) One (usually female) that commonly rebels. May be a trouble maker.

3) A mocking name to call one that usually has bad luck, is clumzy, or all out has a bad time.

When used as a noun:
1) a curse or omen that leads to bad luck.

As a verb:
1) to wish upon bad luck on another.
Names:
1) "I feel sorry for Rose... She's a bit of a Jinx ..."
2) I met up with jinx at school today... She jumped on the teachers desk and called her a muggle...
3) I'm often called jinx due to how often I trip... Most of the time on absolutely nothing or random, yet distant objects.

Noun:
I felt as if a jinx was put on me.
Verb:
Person 1 and 2: Sup.
Person 3: jinx on the both of you. Soda. Pay up.
Person one and two: darn.

And several more.
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