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hiplife

hiplife  n.— «Hiplife was almost solely the brainchild of Reginald “Reggie Rockstone” Osei. Memory lane: Whilst we were both in Accra from London on Christmas holidays in 1994, I vividly recollect meeting Reggie at a friend’s...

haji

haji  n.— «We were pretty much told that they were nobodies, that they were just enemy combatants. I think that giving them the distinction of soldier would have changed our attitudes toward them. A lot of it was based on racism, really...

haji

haji  n.— «It’s SO hot that if I wash my clothes in the Haji washing machine (that’s shorthand for anything bought locally, and by the way, “Haji,” Lloyd tells me, is not a pejorative term since it means “wise man.”...

DYKWIA

DYKWIA  n.— «“Bill probably gave the cop the old ‘don’t you know who I am’ routine and pissed him/her off.” “I don’t know how ya’ll respond to DYKWIA in California, but in Nashville, nothing will get you nowhere quicker than...

Bangalored

Bangalored  adj.— «I am a software developer who is about to be “Bangalored.”» —“A Double Standard on Trade” by Christopher Farrell BusinessWeek (U.S.) Apr. 9, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued...

fundagelical

fundagelical  n.— «I have come to the point, based on reports such as the one above, from regularly reading the postings in talk.religion.christian and talk.religion.miscellaneous as well as from watching the fundagelical programs on...

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