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Merck (verb) : is slang word meaning to kill or murder someone.Mercked as in meaning to have already killed or murder someone.

Let's merck this guy. Step to me and you'll get mercked. —music/slang

Submitted by: Dani from Pennsylvania on Jul. 11, 2006 12:57


Fupa

(abbreviation) : Fat Upper Pelvic Area.

I wore my black shorts because of my FUPA.

Submitted by: tooncinator from Texas on Aug. 13, 2007 08:38


Demublican (noun) : a conservative who claims allegience to the Democratic party

Submitted by: Rich from South Carolina on Jul. 11, 2006 08:09


Remocrat (noun) : a liberal who claims to support the Republican party

Submitted by: Rich from South Carolina on Jul. 11, 2006 08:06


average joe (noun) : a common person; a person who doesn't typically have superior qualities that one does not perceive in society

Compared to a celebrity, an "average joe" doesn't have that much fame or fortune.

Submitted by: Jonny from New York on Jul. 11, 2006 03:02


Yaar (noun) : Originally a Hindi word meaning 'Friend'. Used very commonly nowadays at the end of phrases or sentences instead of the more common 'Man', especially by Indians.

Come on, yaar! Let's go catch that movie opening today.

Submitted by: Anand from Japan on Jul. 11, 2006 01:51


sticky-person (noun) : A person from whom it is difficult to disengage after the purpose, need, or desire for conversation with them has passed.

Betty is such a sticky-person that I find myself making excuses to run to the bathroom to break off our conversation and get her out of my office.

Submitted by: Jeffrey Edwards from California on Jul. 10, 2006 20:34


hoovers (verb) : More gentle slang for the term sucks.

It really hoovers to lose in a tournament just one seat from cashing.

Submitted by: Leigh Heart on Jul. 10, 2006 17:41


duplex (noun) : In poker, a hand in which one person has both ends of a full-house hand in the same hand.

She call the bet and won with a duplex, revealing she had not only aces-over-kings, but the lesser kings-over-aces as well.

Submitted by: Leigh Heart on Jul. 10, 2006 17:26


Typonese

(noun) : language that is full of typos (as in chat rooms or instant messaging)

Submitted by: Dianamh from Virginia on Oct. 23, 2010 19:29