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xoconostle (noun) : a Mexican cactus (Opuntia matudae); also : the fruit of this cactus

Submitted by: on Jul. 24, 2014 00:23


(noun) : a breed of hairless dog from Mexico

Submitted by: Connor White from Texas on May. 09, 2013 17:49

(noun) : a hairless breed of dog from Mexico

Submitted by: daloy rosano from Philippines on Jan. 20, 2013 23:41

(noun) : a Mexican hairless dog

Submitted by: Jeff Phares from California on Oct. 19, 2012 07:32

XOR (other) : a logical operator that requires either of two inputs to be present or conditions to be met, but not both, for an output to be made or a statement to be executed

XOR gate in a computer

Submitted by: Todd Walton from California on Jan. 02, 2006 10:47

xoxo (abbreviation) : an abbreviation for hugs and kisses

I was sorry for what I did yesterday. I gave my girlfriend xoxo.

Submitted by: Sam Padua from California on Dec. 24, 2006 20:44

xterra (noun) : Off-road triathlon competition, usually involving the three disciplines of swimming, mountain biking, and trail running.

The XTERRA race series is the best-known series of off-road triathlons, and is considered by most to be the de-facto world championship of the sport. —(unknown), last modified on 10 October 2008, at 16:19

Submitted by: Jade Gianakopoulos from Ohio on Oct. 10, 2008 12:30

XYL (noun) : wife —used in ham and CB radio communication

My XYL won't let me spend two grand on that new radio.

Submitted by: Tony Catalano from New York on Aug. 04, 2012 20:11

xyster (noun) : a surgical instrument for scraping bone

Submitted by: Dave Riddle from California on Apr. 16, 2013 12:04

xysti (noun) : Long, open porticos used especially by ancient Greeks or Romans in wintery and stormy weather

Submitted by: Anonymous on Mar. 02, 2006 00:02

XYZ (other) : Examine Your Zipper

You might wanna XYZ!

Submitted by: Anonymous on Aug. 24, 2006 17:11

xyzlacatosis (other) : struck with knowledge that there are few words in the English language beginning with x, y, and z

The author suffered from xyzlactosis. —grab.com

Submitted by: Anonymous on Mar. 21, 2007 16:20