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Definition funny of Esque:
suffix meaning similar to.
his style is DaVanci-esque, but with Johns influence as well.
A suffix added to any noun to show some type of likeness. Used as an adjetive.
1) Jane: That letter you sent me was so novel-esque! Jim: My hand is so elderly-esque after writing for so long. 2) Jill: Gerald, do you like my new Hollywood-esque gown? Gerald: Looks more Alaska-esque to me!
Means the essence of; you can add this to the end of pretty much any word to make it say the essence of that word
You are acting very Jessicaesque today with your Youth Minister comments. You interview very Jennifer Anistonesque---so bubbly. Liking having a big A in the middle of your name is very kindergartenesque.
-suffix. popular around ~mid ~late 90s. used when conceptualising a proper noun, to make essence from this noun. An essence otherwise avilable from other sources ie. words. marked the beginning of the -huh- friend to language that is txt spk.
Songs about Esque:
Y Esque Me Faltas Tu by La Historia Musical De Mexico from the Album Bicentenario
Underground (Superfly-esque Demo Version, 1970) by Curtis Mayfield from the Album Superfly: Deluxe 25th Anniversary Edition
Latin - Esque by Esquivel from the Album Esquivel Remixed
Latin-esque Bescemi Remix by Esquivel from the Album Esquivel Remixed
29th Chronicle-Esque Ave. by Nojimen from the Album Nipple's Cafe
80s-esque by SgtYayap Productions from the Album SgtYayap's Compilation
80s-esque 2 by SgtYayap Productions from the Album SgtYayap's Compilation - Extension 1
Books about Esque:
Metatmorpho: A Kafka-esque Performance of a Mediocre Life by Faye Spinniken (Oct 13, 2013)
Acting With an Accent/Upper Class New England (Kennedy-esque) by Dr. David Alan Stern, D. A. Stern and n/a (Jun 1, 2003)
Bound By The Mummy!: Supernatural Tentacle-esque Erotica by Vivian Vixen (Feb 12, 2014)
Byzantine and Romanesque Architecture Esque Architecture, Vol. 2 of 2 (Classic Reprint) by Thomas Graham Jackson (Jun 14, 2012)
Hooah, another military-esque school to boost grades: so far, so good. (Notebook: education information from schools... by Angela Pascopella (Jul 30, 2005)
Bizarre boyhood memories given Maddin-esque tweak.(Movies - Reviews)(Movie review): An article from: Winnipeg... by Gale Reference Team (Jun 8, 2007)
Cold reality can't erase visions of Rockwell-esque holiday.(Springfield Extra): An article from: The Register-Guard... by Gale Reference Team (Dec 17, 2008)
Movies about Esque:
Abba-Esque 1992 NR - Runtime: 20 mins
Wiki information Esque:
The word grotesque comes from the same Latin root as grotto, "a small cave". The original meaning was restricted to an extravagant style of Ancient Roman decorative art rediscovered and then copied in Rome at the end of the 15th century. The "caves"...