THE OPEN DICTIONARY
New Words & Slang
fo' shizzle (adjective) : i dont really know what fo' shizzle means, but i think it's a word that gangsters use for cool.
You got a new gangsta-rap cd?Fo' shizzle!
Submitted by: W3$+|3Y from Minnesota on Nov. 28, 2005 19:21
(interjection) : what the fudge
WTF? I thought you were going to watch the kids!
Submitted by: Anonymous on Sep. 03, 2012 16:26
moss (verb) : To jump up or go in front of (a person) to catch a ball.
That dude just got mossed in football.
Submitted by: Sebastian cisternas from California on Nov. 28, 2005 18:34
brill (adjective) : brilliant
"Wow, that's brill!" she said, when she saw the genius in the design of the building.
Submitted by: Venus Anonymouse from Hawaii on Nov. 28, 2005 18:29
comcap (or: ComCap) (adjective) : Suggesting both "combined capitalization" and "compound capitals"; computer-inspired commercial naming convention where multiple words are fused to create a single new name, using internal capitalization (rather than traditional spaces or hyphens) to visually separate the individual source words.
If you're going to write about using FireWire cables and QuickTime files when creating PowerPoint presentations, make sure to use the correct comcap spelling. —John Bertram, (my own example)
Submitted by: John Bertram from Canada on Nov. 28, 2005 18:24
(noun) : used to describe one's friend; "homie"
What's up, son?
Submitted by: c from New Jersey on Dec. 28, 2006 15:31
Contracept (verb) : Synonym of Intercept. Refers specifically to a play in American football when a defensive player catches a pass or lateral.
Johnathan Vilma is the best Middle Linebacker in football. He is an excellent tackler, and can also contracept any pass thrown his way. —Harley, Sunday S**t talking
Submitted by: Harley from New York on Nov. 28, 2005 17:51
crappery (noun) : things or ideas of little or no value
She has a lot of crappery on display in her living room.
Submitted by: Tara Scherner de la Fuente from Ohio on Nov. 28, 2005 17:48
hubris (verb) : To allow ego or pride to cloud one's judgement. Also, to live beyond one's means.
John seriously hubrised when he bought that Maserati! —Harley,
Submitted by: Harley from New York on Nov. 28, 2005 17:45
gangsta (adjective) : Refers to qualities associated with urban life and rap culture; e.g. toughness, loyalty, slick-speaking, hustling, etc. Can also be used as a possessive adjective to describe a part of one's personality.
That song was so gangsta, I knew as soon as I heard it the singer would be famous. (poss.) I taught my friends to respect my gangsta. —Mobb Deep, The Infamous, ?
Submitted by: Harley from New York on Nov. 28, 2005 17:33
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