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Eminder (noun) : an e-mail reminder

Submitted by: Anonymous on Sep. 17, 2005 13:31


emo

(adjective) : an emotional being

She is so emo.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Dec. 28, 2007 12:00


(adjective) : A angst-ridden teen, who wears tight, dark clothes and listens to "emo-core" music.

Gawd, all Tiffany ever talks about is Hawthorne Heights. She is so EMO.

Submitted by: Nel on Oct. 06, 2007 22:55


(other) : To have a personality that is self hurting, or suicidal. Clothing often reflects this, as Emos (for the most part) wear black tightfitting clothing.

Emo people are portrayed as melodramatic, self-pitying teenagers who pour their efforts into writing depressing poetry. —Unknown, wikipedia, sept.14, '07

Submitted by: Blue tiggs from Virginia on Sep. 14, 2007 19:07


(noun) : another word for a gothic clothed person or one who likes dark clothing to be worn. also a nickname for a girl or guy who is emotional.

Are you an emo? You have a very emo boyfriend.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Aug. 28, 2007 21:40


(noun) : A trend that is identified with a very emotional person usually expressed by extreme sadness. These emotions are most often for attention more than actual mental disturbance. Also a type of music often mistakenly associated with punk; however in spirit and musical style the two are completely separate.

"Don't cry emo kid" said Ron with faux sympathy.

Submitted by: Duke from Illinois on Jul. 05, 2007 12:34


(adjective) : a shortening of emotional punk, can be used as adj or noun

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jun. 10, 2007 03:01


(adjective) : short for emotional; this is a genre of music that originated in the mid 80s out of the Washington, DC punk-hardcore scene, it originally had nothing to do with being "goth," but was rather an emotionally charged, more melodic version of punk-hardcore

The band, Rites of Spring, formed in 1984 are often cited as pioneering the emo genre.

Submitted by: Kimberly from Pennsylvania on Jun. 07, 2007 17:23


(adjective) : Overexaggerated emotion, often dark or gothic.

That bands music is emo.

Submitted by: Jay M. on Jun. 03, 2007 11:04


(adjective) : 1. being emotional. 2. binge depressed. 3. having emotional troubles. 4. of or relating to a style where one has choppy hair, long bangs, short hair in the back, and pulled fowards. Also icludes tight jeans, tight shirts and shoes, perferably converse. Also, major usage of eyeliner between males and females. Between goth and punk. [Short for emotional]

Im not goth, I'm emo.

Submitted by: madison from California on Apr. 23, 2007 00:00


(noun) : An emotional or sensitive person (usually a minor) of the goth or punk rock subculture.

Spencer is an emo.

Submitted by: xmourningafterx on Apr. 01, 2007 17:44


(noun) : A person who follows the nature of self loathing and listens to the music preformed by Taking Back Sunday

Wow, look at that pathetic Emo.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Mar. 16, 2007 11:28


(noun) : Someone who tries for attention by harming themselves intentionally but not lethally and whining about it to any one. Typically, they look pale - naturally or with make-up -, dying their hair dark, and often appear gothic or satanic even though they really aren't. Can be used to describe someone or something with similar characteristics.

She went emo to get guys? Isn't that emo in itself?

Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 04, 2007 16:35


(noun) : Often considered dark and depressing, this new culture emerged from a style of music (such as 'Screamo'&'Alternative Rock') 'Emo' fashion stems from a universal love of colors mixed with black. The hair styles that are considered 'Emo' are ones with many crazy layers and mixed up colors with a lot of volume. 'Emo' is mainly a scene.

Dang this band is way too emo for me.

Submitted by: Brody from Michigan on Jan. 08, 2007 12:33


(abbreviation) : Emo is an abbreviation for emotional. It is used to describe a state of mind similar to what was once considered gothic or dark. It is being outside the box by one's self-standards.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 07, 2007 18:25


(noun) : person who wears dark clothes and is usually sadenned or angered by something; outcast

The group of emo boys likes to listen to punk rock music.

Submitted by: Kevinhiscool from Virginia on Jan. 04, 2007 20:02


(noun) : Someone who follows satanism and/or wears heavy eyeshadow. An emo usually listens to punk music and can be subject co cutting themselves.

Scott, stop cutting yourself, you're so emo.

Submitted by: Coco from New York on Dec. 14, 2006 21:06


(noun) : melancholic in nature; emotional

Catz loves listening to slow rock and sketching at her desk in the corner. Catz is so emo.

Submitted by: Mathia from Philippines on Dec. 10, 2006 22:37


(adjective) : Short for emotional. Of or relating to nonconforming people who are dark and sensitive and have low self-esteem. Can also refer to a form of music, a clothing style, or a feeling.

Just look at the dark girly clothes and the grim expression on that emo boy's face.

Submitted by: Raeanne from California on Oct. 08, 2006 00:10


(noun) : A fashion style where males dye there hair black, flip there hair over half there face covering one eye, wear a tight black t-shirt, wear very form fitting girl pants from Hollister, and they only wear vans slip-ons.

Man, that Preston guy is sure hot in his emo attire. —Amber, High School, 05/30/2006

Submitted by: Anonymous on May. 30, 2006 12:44


(adjective) : Referring to a person who demonstrates an emotional attitude toward areas of music, poetry, and other art forms. Often used as a negative or slang. Synonym Melodramatic

Hey, that guy is so emo, he threatens to kill himself.

Submitted by: Keehl A. Robnett from Oregon on May. 23, 2006 10:34


(noun) : a person who is suffering from depression due to not being able to vent their sadness or anger.

She is turning into such an emo now.

Submitted by: ~.:VaNa:.~ from Florida on Feb. 15, 2006 22:53


(adjective) : adj: Having an extremely emotional quality often characterized by outward expression of internal problems. The problems may or may not be significant; many of these individuals lack the defense mechanisms to handle challenging views. This explains their reclusive nature. abbreviation for emotional Noun: Someone with emo triats

Look at the emo kid sitting in the dark crying in the dark because his girlfriend forgot their 6 and 3/4 week anniversary.

Submitted by: Iskeado from Texas on Feb. 15, 2006 22:24


(adjective) : Someone who is depressed, never happy, a cutter, has their own pity partys daily, wears black or dark colors, an offspin og Gothic

Natalie is so emo, always so depressed.

Submitted by: Mar E on Jan. 09, 2006 20:27


(adjective) : A pop culture personality trend - a demeanor with a dramatically, darker personality of which the make-up and dress emphasize depression.

Kate's mood and make-up are so emo! —Rianna Price, Unknown, 11/14/05

Submitted by: Nino on Nov. 14, 2005 21:17


(adjective) : emotional

Emo guys are sensitive.

Submitted by: Kiersten on Nov. 08, 2005 22:27


(adjective) : Short for 'emotional', but specifically referring to a teenager's angst and overall negative take on life.

Your taste in music has become so emo that I get depressed listening to it myself.

Submitted by: Mia from New Jersey on Oct. 26, 2005 09:25


(noun) : a person who is overly emotional and reflects it especially in music (stands for emotional)

"That song is so emo."

Submitted by: Caitlin on Oct. 02, 2005 19:31


emocity (noun) : a city with people who are part goth and part punk rocker

This place is emocity.

Submitted by: chelsita maria from California on May. 08, 2007 21:52


emoducate (verb) : Emoducate: To elevate the sensory portion of the brain by listening to one's favorite music with an mp3 player during exercise and physical activity, enabling one to absorb, utilize and retain selected educational tutorials, interviews and health related data in audio format.

“I need to get motivated so I’m going to emoducate myself.” “Let’s go to the gym and get emoducated!” “John went to the gym and through the process of emoducation learned a great deal about sports nutrition, health and fitness. —Dr. Cory Holly, www.coryholly.com, January 2007

Submitted by: Cory Holly from Canada on Nov. 15, 2007 11:07


emoducate, emoducated, emoducation (verb) : To elevate the sensory portion of the brain by listening to one's favorite music, preferably with an mp3 player, enabling one to absorb, utilize and retain selected educational data in audio format, provided between musical interludes, in a superior fashion compared to learning without music.

I need to get motivated so I’m going to emoducate myself. Let’s go to the gym and get emoducated! Tom went to the gym and through the process of emoducation learned a great deal about sports nutrition, health and fitness

Submitted by: Dr. Cory Holly from Canada on Feb. 16, 2007 14:25


emoelmo (noun) : A dark shady version of elmo.

My friend has a evil emoelmo.

Submitted by: Abigail from Venezuela on Apr. 20, 2007 08:51


emogif (noun) : a gif used to express an emotion

Emogifs are more accurate at conveying feelings than emojis.

Submitted by: Samyak Kucheria from India on Jul. 01, 2017 05:13


emognition (noun) : An emotion aroused by a cognition, i.e. when you think or remember or imagine or understand or read something (use your cognition), it may bring about a feeling, be it of sadness, mirth, disappointment, etc. This is clearly an emognition.

I could coin the following example: When George laid eyes on that faded 1998 post-card, he was immediately overtaken by an overwhelming emognition. —Wayne Santos, Original, Never published.

Submitted by: waytosan from Brazil on Oct. 24, 2006 18:07


emograss (noun) : grass that cuts itself.

My friend has emograss and does not need to cut it.

Submitted by: Abigail from Venezuela on Apr. 20, 2007 08:49


emoism (noun) : anything to do with the "emo" culture, like the music they like, the bad home-made haircuts, etc...

I think the pensive stares we got from those three nerds at Wendy's were just another emoism.

Submitted by: Emo Shunnle from Pennsylvania on Nov. 08, 2007 11:12


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