Etymology
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prexy (n.)

1871, college slang, an extension or diminutive of prex.

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za (n.)
U.S. student slang shortening of pizza, attested from 1968.
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blooey (n.)
"ruin, smash," 1915, U.S. slang, probably imitative.
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snollygoster 
1846, American English slang, fanciful coinage.
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sked (n.)
short for schedule, student slang from 1929.
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recce 

1941, World War II military slang, short for reconnaissance (n.). As a verb by 1943. The World War I military slang term for the noun was recco (1917). Also compare recon.

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BS (n.)
c. 1900, slang abbreviation of bullshit (q.v.).
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kook (n.)
1960, American English slang; see kooky.
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chunder (v.)
"vomit," 1950, Australian slang, of unknown origin.
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loogie (n.)
"nasal mucus," U.S. slang, by 1990.
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