The Most Iconic Kardashian Family Slang Ever Said on ‘KUWTK’
For the past 12 years, the Kardashians have not only entertained us with their hilarious antics, they’ve also introduced viewers to some of their unique language.
While many of us are guilty of saying some KarJenner slang every now and again, do we really know the meanings behind this family’s special vocabulary?
So, if you’ve ever found yourself wondering what this famous family means when they say their iconic slang words, we’re here to help you.
Now without further adieu, let’s jump into the most iconic Kardashian slang words and their meanings!
Of course, we had to start with “Okurrr” seeing as though it is a Kardashian-Jenner staple.
The iconic saying first reach mainstream audiences all thanks to the one and only Khloé Kardashian and has been her go to term for the past few years.
After the Good American mogul first said the iconic term on Keeping Up with the Kardashian, the rest of her famous family quickly adopted the word.
Once Cardi B started to reach ultimate popularity, ‘Okurrr’ became a pop cultural phenomenon.
The rapper even deemed the word one of her favorite catchphrases while appearing on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and explained the proper uses of okurrr.
“It depends on the situation that you’re in,” she said “If somebody checks somebody, it’s like…okurr! I didn’t know she had all of that in her, okurr! It’s like okaaaaay, but okay is played out. We’ve done that already!”
There are a few words that the Kardashian family says on a regular basis and “sus” is one of them.
Kylie Jenner initially coined the term and frequently says it on the show.
A few years ago, Kim Kardashian explained on her website that “sus” is a word used to describe a “shady” person who acts very suspicious around others.
One of the most well known slang words that has ever been introduced on Keeping Up with the Kardashians is definitely “Bible!”
In the past, the term has been used by members of the famous family to express what they really mean, pretty much just another way of saying “I swear.”
The most memorable “Bible!” moment happened back in 2016 when Kendall Jenner called out Rob Kardashian for regifting an iPad she gave him for Christmas.
“Bible — I want my iPad, my pen and my keyboard back,” she warned.
We really hope for Rob’s sake, he gave his sister her iPad back.
In the past, you might have heard millennials use the word “wave” when talking about something other people are doing.
Well, it turns out that the Kardashians are mainly responsible for popularizing this term and it’s all thanks to Kanye West.
The family adopted the word after West almost called his 2016 album “Waves” but got into a heated Twitter feud with Wiz Khalifa over the name.
The rapper eventually decided to name the album, Life of Pablo, but that didn’t stop this famous family from adding “wave” to their vocabulary.
On her website, Kim Kardashian explained that wave is used to describe “a current trend, what’s cool right now; what all the cool kids are super into at the moment.”
Probably the most interesting combination of words ever introduced by the KarJenners is “slore”
Khloé Kardashian is the one who first introduced this word to fans on KUWTK and took many of us by surprise when she initially said it.
Slore is a combination of the words “slut” and “whore” and has been used by Kardashian in the past when she got a little frustrated with her older sister.
“Take a chill pill, you slore,” has has gone down in history as one of the most iconic and unique phrase KoKo has ever said.
To end this list of the most iconic slang words ever utter from a Kardashian Jenner, we just had to include the word many people associate with this famous family.
Momager has become a staple in the KarJenners brand and has been deemed a term that is strictly associated with the one and only, Kris Jenner.
Seeing as though she oversees all of her children’s business ventures, what else would you call a woman who’s both a mother and a manager?
The Kardashian matriarch takes this title very seriously and even locked down the “momager” trademark after fighting for it for 2 years.
Whether you refer to her as Kris Jenner or momager, we’re sure she answers to both.