User:Julia/Words to add
Provided that they pass CFI
Slang and othersEdit
- always – usage notes: at the end of the sentence as well – Cats are great always!
- bet intj. – clipping of "you bet"? AAVE? used kind of like word
- A: ok full offense forever 21 sells the ugliest shit and if u wear it u hav no taste
- B: lol bet
- boy – male friend. Had a blast last night with the boys.
- full offense – SoP? opposite of no offense. see bet above for ux
- matrix – sense: the world? as if the world were a computer system or sth. I haven't seen the movie (glitch in the matrix)
- monkey brain SoP?. kinda like the devil on your shoulder... but stupider
- human brain: sometimes we need to do boring things with no gratification or immediate benefit
- monkey brain: absolutely not. die
- original gangster
- suh – sup – suhhh brah
- one hundred (adj.) AAVE? – I'm gonna keep it one hundred with you...
- dingle (n.) blend of double + single: a double dorm room that you have to urself
- hostess with the mostest
- how the tables have turned
- wazaa – what's up
- crytyping – ,i don''t ,,eeally knowhow too define thhiss
- mood, (see big mood)
- [pic of raccoon eating garbage]
- big fucking mood
- oh worm?
- terf – alt letter case of TERF
- TIL – intransitive "learned" Contrary to popular belief, moths are actually mammals. / Huh. TIL.
- til – alt case
- .(file abbr) – internet slang, esp on 4chan
- > and so i was like fuck it i'll just do it
- > whatcouldgowrong.exe
- redpill v. to just completely demolish a snowflake feminist with the TRUTH (i.e. Alex Jones-esque bullshit). see Red pill and blue pill
- BUT if somebody "got redpilled" it means that this barrage of truths has converted them to the white supremacy/men's rights/etc. side, whereas the first sense does not necessarily mean they were converted (from what i've observed)
- felicity – "describes an utterance that is appropriate for the context in which it is uttered"
- A: What do you do for a living?
- B: #I have a job.
- A: What do you do for a living?
- B: I'm a mailman.
- infelicitous – "describes an utterance that is not appropriate for the context in which it is uttered. infelicity can result from a violation of one of the Gricean maxims, from the lack of fulfillment of some felicity condition, from an unsatisfied presupposition, or from some other source"
- subsective adjective – SoP? "An adjective whose reference is included in the set of things that the noun it modifies refers to"
- shoot the butt – v. verb form synonymous to bumshoving
- chuck – n. planks of wood slotted together to rest shells on. syn. chock. I've honestly never heard chock in four years of interacting with people all over the eastern half of N. America
- catch - current def could be expanded, or sense added idk. the catch is more of a physical position; when you're up the slide, rotated out, arms straight, etc. the blade actually goes in the water just before the catch if you're rowing properly (see backsplash)
- check, check down - to immediately turn the blades perpendicular to the water and drop them in, in effort to stop the boat as fast as possible
- cox box, box – see cox box
- threetard, pejorative – 3-seat, b.c. it's generally regarded as worst seat in an 8 – not stroke pair, not bow pair, last one in middle 4
- erg – short for ergometer. i've never ever heard someone say the full word
- head race "Type of race where crews start in a single file line and race for time. Longer than sprint races, head races range from 4k to 10k and are usually run on rivers during the fall season." these suck
- nov – short for novice, any rower who's rowing their first season
- puddle - the splashy thing of water (like a wake? idk) that happens after u put your blade in – Clear those puddles!
- hotseat – v. i'm just gonna describe it b/c i'm bad at defs:
- Problem: the same shell is being raced in Race A at 9:00 AM and also in Race B 9:45 AM. There is not enough time between races for the Race A crew to dock, walk the boat to the launching docks, wait in line, and hand it off to the Race B crew. That whole process can take 20-30 mins, not counting the 10-ish minutes it takes Race B to row up to the start of the race.
- Solution: Race A docks at the whatever docks are closest, they get out of the boat, and Race B hops in and launches. Often you have a way to signal to dockmasters that you need to hotseat so they can give you priority; it's usually a bright red plastic sheet or something of the like.
- Dude m (pl. Duden, though I haven't searched for "Dudes") /duːt/ oder /duːd/ n. – dude
- Homie m /ˈho.mi/ n. – heard in Gymnasium, only really used by the Jungs
- Meme n (pl. Memes). /ˈmiːm(s)/ n. – Internet meme
- öhm intj. ummmm (has some type of connotation to it tho) idk, i've only come across it a few times
- I bims (see de:I bims)
- mehr Jugendsprache hier
Incl. non-lemma and alt forms
- seeke (“sick”)
- Southwerk (“Southwark”)
- wel (“well”)
- aventure (“chance”)
- yfalle (“ppt. fallen”)
- were (“simp past been”)
- wolden (“would, pl.”)
- weren (“simp past pl. been”)
- esed (“simp past esen "to ease"”)
- atte (“at”)
- was (“simp past been”)
- spoken (“ppt speken”)
- everichon (“everyone”)
- anon (“straightaway; at once”)
- made (“simp past maken”)
- forward (“agreement”)
- erly (“early”)
- ryse (“rise”)
- wey (“way, road”)
- devyse (“tell, narrate; look upon; instruct”)
- natheless (“nevertheless”)
- whil (“while”)
- er (“ere”)
- ferther (“further”)
- pace (“proceed, go”)
- thynketh (“thinks”)
- telle (“tell”)
- semed (“seemed”)
- array (“equipment; dress, clothes”)
- inne (“in”)
- bigynne (“begin”)
- bygynneth (“begins”)
- tales (“pl tale”)
High + Low German dialectsEdit
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