Streamer- & Gamer-Dictionary by OWN3D
In our glossary, for gamers and streamers, you will find the most popular scenes terms and emotes, easily described. We'll explain what each term, and emote, means, where they come from and where or when they are used. We hope you enjoy browsing through our glossary and hope that we can help you broaden your horizon!
The term “cap” means lie. And “no cap”, it means "for real".
Being salty is when you are angry, petty or upset about something not important.
The term thicc is used to describe a sexy person with a few extra pounds.
The term "sus" means suspect or suspicious.
The term stan describes a fan who is also a stalker.
The verb triggered is used to indicate that a person "reacts" with hate.
A way of describing someone's physical and mental growth.
The term lit means that something is good or exciting.
Simp refers to a male person who donates money, primarily to female streamers in order to gain recognition.
Boomer is a way to insult or offend someone older than you.
The term troll is used to describe a toxic person on the internet.
Wack is an adjective used to refer to something strange, crazy or that we cannot believe.
Yeet is a “word” used as an exclamation in songs or when someone is dancing.
Pepe the Frog is one of the most popular memes on the internet. Pepe is a green anthropomorphic frog with a humanoid body drawn by Matt Furie for a co...
The term LMAO is used to express that we are laughing our asses off.
Noob is a term used to say that someone is a beginner.
The term IRL stands for "In real life".
Rofl is a shortened term used to indicate that we are laughing a lot.
LUL is an emote used for laughing.
GG is an acronym used to say "Good Game".
The acronym AFK stands for "Away From Keyboard".
The 4head emote is used to react to jokes or memes.