This is in no way a compilation of my own and I am not even
certain that it is "public domain" material. I have googled
for various keywords and found several sites making liberal
use of this list; but I have been unable to single out the
original site from which all the others seem to have
borrowed. Anyway, please make sure that you use it for
your own studies only, as I try to find a way to get in touch with the proprietors and
ask for their permission.
COMPILATION OF AMERICAN SLANG (02)
n 1. a pretty girl. ("She is such a karena!")
keep it real v 1. to stay true to one's self, to resist the
temptation to be fake. ("I'm not acting like someone else, I'm trying to
keep it real.")
kevork v 1. to kill. Etymology: from the last name of Jack
Kevorkian, a doctor in the United States who helps patients commit suicide.
kickass adj 1. very good, excellent; COOL, AWESOME. ("The
Canadian Olympic Canadian Hockey team is kickass!")
kick ass v 1. to be victorious. ("Our football team kicked
ass this weekend!") 2. to injure ("He kicked that guy's ass!")
kick back n 1. money paid generally to an official for covertly
assisting an organization, individual, or initiative. ("The congressman
received a ten-percent kick back for supporting the legislation that would g ive
the mining company exclusive rights to the region.") - v 1. recline,
as in a reclining chair. Generally used in the phrase, "Kick back and put
your feet up," which means "Relax!"
kick down with v 1. to give. Usually used when someone is
withholding something. ("Hey dude, kick down with some more food.")
kicking adj 1. very good, excellent; COOL, AWESOME. 2. stylish;
SMOOTH. ("I just installed a new stereo system in my car and it's
kick it v 1. to engage in coitus. ("She said she wanted to
kick it with him!") 2. to relax; HANG OUT. ("I'm just kicking
it.") 3. to get started doing something. ("Let's kick it!")
kick (one's) ass v 1. to injure, often severely. ("He got his
ass kicked in a fight this weekend.")
kicks n 1. shoes. ("Man Loid, those are some pimp
kid n 1. a young person. Note: often used as an derogatory term
for someone of lesser age or social status. 2. a friend; HOMIE. ("Yo kid,
what's pooping? ") 3. anyone, of any age. ("Are you kids ready to
killer adj 1. very good, excellent, impressive; COOL, AWESOME.
("That was killer dude!")
kinderkid n 1. someone who pretends to be someone they're not;
FAKE, POSEUR, WANNA-BE. ("Look at those kinderkids with the Marilyn Manson
kipe v 1. to steal. ("Don't kipe my sandwich!")
knackered adj 1. extremely inebriated. ("He was completely
knocked up v 1. to get pregnant. ("He knocked her up."
"She got knocked up.")
kooky adj 1. strange, out of the ordinary; WEIRD. ("That's a
kosher adj 1. very good, excellent, new; COOL, FRESH. Origin: from
the brand-name Kosher Pickles.
adj 1. extremely inebriated. ("I got lambasted at that office
lamping v 1. to relax; CHILL, TAKE IT EASY. ("I'm just
larry n 1. derogatory term, MORON. Note: can apply to females even
though the word is actually a male name. ("He is such a larry!" or
last-year adj 1. outdated, antiquated, old. Note: usually refers
to a style or fad. ("That shirt is so last-year.")
late Synonymous with "Good-bye," "Later," etc.
("Hey, I need to leave, late!")
laters See late.
lawson v 1. to change from a passing area to a no passing area on
a road, or vice versa. ("You can't pass him now, the road just
lay cable v 1. to defecate.
like the goose adj 1. of good quality. Also used to describe
something that one is proud of. Origin: term is an allusion to the story of a
goose that lays golden eggs. The goose is very valuable. ("This paper is li
ke the goose.")
limou n 1. a limousine. 2. shoes or sneakers. ("How do you
like my new limous?")
limpdick n 1. a coward or non-violent person or either sex.
("Crash is a real limpdick.")
lip chap n 1. lip balm. Origin: Canada. ("Does anyone have
any lip chap?")
load a fat one v 1. to place a wad of chewing tobacco in one's
mouth. ("Hey Chris, let's load a fat one!")
loaded adj 1. large breasted. ("Woah, that girl's
loaded!") 2. wealthy. ("That family is loaded.") 3. extremely
inebriated. ("He is so loaded right now!")
loopy adj 1. strange, as if sedated or otherwise on drugs.
("That shit was making me feel loopy.")
loot n 1. money. ("I need to scam some loot.")
loud adj 1. bad, unpleasant, stupid.
louie n 1. left-hand turn. One either "does" or
"makes" a louie. ("Make a louie at the next light.")
lunchbox n 1. someone that is extremely lunching.
("That guy was such a lunchbox.")
lunching adj 1. absent minded, inattentive. 2. stupid. Origin:
probably a shortened version of the phrase "out to lunch" which has a
similar meaning. ("Dude, you're so lunching.")
lush n 1. a person who drinks frequently, not necessarily an
n 1. one who is good with the opposite sex, usually a male. ("Jeff
is such a mack. He gets all the girls.") - v 1. to attempt to
attract; HIT ON. ("I macked to some females last night.") 2. to eat.
("I macked on some food.")
mack daddy n 1. one who is good with the opposite sex. ("Jeff
is such a mack daddy.") Note: interchangeable with "mack".
mack on v 1. to attempt to attract another person; HIT ON.
("He was macking on that brunette that he met.")
mad adj 1. many. ("There were mad chicks at the party!")
2. good. ("He's got mad skills")
madcap adj 1. crazy. Origin: probably from the euphemism "mad
as a hatter." ("He was going madcap.")
mad hatter n 1. someone who sells drugs and other illegal
substaces. ("I'm going to go pick some stuff up from the madhatter up on
main squeeze n 1. significant other. ("This is Keith. He's my
marinate v 1. to sit around waiting for something to happen.
Origin: from the cooking term "marinate", which is to soak something
(often meat) for some period of time (usually several hours) in a sauce before
cooking. ("Last ni ght we marinated at Justin's house until we found a
max v 1. to relax; HANG OUT. ("I'm just maxing.")
McGyver adj 1. very difficult. Origin: the television show McGyver.
The protagonist always escaped from difficult situations in creative ways.
("That shit is McGyver.") ???
mean adj 1. very good, excellent; COOL. 2. extreme. ("That
was one mean roller coaster!")
Mentos 1. good luck. ("Mentos on the exam!")
merkin n 1. a straight man married to or involved with a lesbian.
The lesbian may be in the public eye and may have a merkin to hide the fact that
she is a lesbian (e.g. Steve Martin and Anne Heche.) ("Steve was Victoria's
merk in before being Anne's merkin.")
mind n 1. a head. ("He smacked his mind on the ground.")
Origin: Slapshot , a movie released in 1978.
minga n 1. an unattractive and/or fat person. ("Look at that
mint adj 1. attractive, usually a male. ("That guy is
mob v 1. to go. ("Let's mob to the party over on fifth
moded adj 1. messed up, weird. ("My computer got all moded
and then it crashed.") 2. embarassed. Usually used after someone does
something stupid. ("Now don't you feel moded!")
mo fo n 1. good friend; BUDDY. Abbreviation of "mother
fucker". ("That's my mo fo over there.")
mondo bizarro adj 1. extremely strange; WEIRD. ("That bird is
monet adj 1. attractive from a distance, but unattractive up
close.("He is such a monet.")
money adj 1. hip, suave, cool. ("You're money.")
mongo adj 1. to a great degree; EXTREMELY, VERY. ("That house
is mongo expensive.")
monkey fuck v 1. to light a cigarette using a lit cigarette
instead of a lighter. ("I lost my matches, so I had to monkey fuck my
monster n 1. an ugly person. ("What a monster!")
monte n 1. a video. Origin: a word-play on the capital of Uruguay:
Montevideo. ("How about watching a monte tonight?") Submitted by
Simon Mackay, Melbourne, Australia, 01-03-98.
mooley n 1. a comic; SMART ALEC. Origin: suburbs of New York City,
NY, USA. ("Joe is such a mooley.")
mosey v 1. to move on. Origin: the American cowboy. ("Come
on, let's mosey." "Let's mosey on down to the store.")
mouse v 1. to push around. ("Yo man, why do you have to mouse
mufkin tass n 1. an item. Synonymous with "thing" or
"thingy". ("Could you hand me that mufkin tass over there?")
mumbo jumbo n 1. speech one doesn't understand. ("The doctor
was just talking a lot of medical mumbo jumbo.")
munson v 1. to abandon, to leave; DITCH. ("Let's munson that
kid." "He got munsoned by his ride.") Origin: from the movie
Kingpin, released during the summer of 1996.
mutha junkst n 1. the biggest bottle of cheap alcohol one can
find. ("Let's get liquored on the mutha junkst.")
my bad 1. a phrase used to admit fault. 2. an apology. ("Sorry, man,
myboy n 1. a friend. ("He is my boy.")
v 1. to spread a term, idea, concept or style about. Origin: a sticky,
flamable substance. When used in bombs, the explosion covers the surrounding
area in napalm. Thus when one napalms an idea etc., they cover the area with it.
("I napalmed the whole staff with my concept.")
nappy adj 1. the essence of being black and beautiful. 2. gross,
disgusting. ("His hair is really nappy.")
narc v 1. to report a person or group to the authorities after
associating with that person or group. - n 1. a person who
nards n 1. testicles, balls. ("I got kicked in the
nasty adj 1. really bad, disgusting. ("Oh man, your bathroom
negatory 1. no, negative. ("My answer would be negatory.")
nic v 1. to crave nicotine. Pronounced "nick".
("I'm nicing over here, man! Give me a cigarette!")
nine to five n 1. a job. ("I had to get a nine to five to
make some extra money.")
no diggity 1. used as an agreement. Note: may or may not be paired with
another phrase. ("No diggity, Einstein was smart!" or simply "No
no-duh 1. a sarcastic response used when someone states the obvious.
(Statement: "Don't run that red light." Response: "No-duh."
Statement: "I bet it hurt when you got shot in the chest." Response:
non-bust adj 1. with a pleasing outcome. ("I had so much fun;
the party was definitely a non-bust.")
no shit 1. a sarcastic response used when someone states the obvious.
(Statement: "Don't run that red light." Response: "No shit."
Statement: "I bet it hurt when you got shot in the chest." Response:
nunya 1. shortening of "none of your business." ("How much
do I weigh? Nunya!")
nut v 1. to ejaculate. ("I never stop having sex until I
nut.") - n 1. semen.
nuts n 1. testicles. ("I got hit in my nuts.")
adj 1. crazy, out of control. ("He's really off his rocker!")
off the hook adj 1. very good, excellent; COOL. ("Yo man,
that movie was off da hook!") 2. wild or crazy, ("I had to leave that
party. It was off da hook!") 3. extremely upset. ("Yo, since you told
all her business, she's been acting off da hook.")
oh my bejesus 1. an expression of surprise or alarm. ("Oh my
bejesus, that car was nice!") Submitted by Andy Parsons, 06-06-97.
OJ v 1. to stab. 2. to kill. Origin: the double murder trial of
football star O.J. Simpson. ("Go ahead, OJ them.")
old lady n 1. female significant other, such as a girlfriend or
wife. ("Babycakes is Bugs' old lady.")
onion n 1. a police officer. Note: derogatory term. ("The
onions got my brother again.")
on one v 1. to act out of the ordinary, as if one were on
medication. ("My mom was on one yesterday so I couldn't make any phone
on (one's) jack adj 1. on one's own. Origin: Rhyming slang - Jack
on the bottom burner adj 1. of low priority. ("Since we've
found out the auditors are coming, the invoices are on the bottom burner.")
on the fritz adj 1. to be broken or to not function properly.
("My car is on the fritz again.")
on the rag v 1. to menstruate. Origin: possibly from old-style
pads. ("Oh man, I've got cramps. I'm on the rag!")
outie v 1. leaving. Also outie five-thousand . ("I'm
out of it adj 1. in a daze, not involved in the situation, off in
one's own world. 2. under the influence of drugs. ("What's up with Jim? He
seems really out of it.")
out of the box adj 1. crazy, irrational. Note: theorized that the
term is a vague allusion to the "jack-in-the-box" toys, a box
containing a head mounted on a spring that would pop open after a crank had been
turned. The head would then bounce around. The unpredictable motion of the toy
could be likened to someone who is "out of the box." ("I don't
know what her problem is, but she's completely out of the box!")
out to lunch adj 1. excellent, very attractive, etc. Can refer to
a person, a work of art, or just about anything. ("That painting is out to
lunch!" "His body is out to lunch!")
n 1. male genitalia.
packie n 1. a liquor store. ("On your way back from the
beach, swing by the packie and get some beer.")
pack of franks n 1. rolls of fat on the back of one's neck.
Etymology: the rolls look like a package of hot dogs. ("That guy's got
quite a pack of franks.")
paint the walls v 1. to vomit forcefully, usually suddenly,
leaving no time to seek a proper container; PROJECTILE VOMIT. ("Man, I
drank so much vodka last night, I ended up painting the walls.")
pants adj 1. inadequate, displeasing, or of poor quality. Possible
origin: underwear, called pants in Britain.
parental units n 1. parents. Origin: from the movie The
Coneheads . ("I've got to call the parental units before they start
partner n 1. friend. Pronounced "pot-na". ("Me an
my partner gonna bounce.")
peace out 1. goodbye. ("I'm leaving, man. Peace out.")
peachy adj 1. good. Generally used as a response to greetings such
as, "How are you?" ("I'm just peachy")
Pebbles n 1. an under-aged, attractive, promiscuous female.
("He jumped on Pebbles last night.")
peep n 1. people. ("How many peeps will be at the
party?") - v 1. to listen to. ("Yo, peep this.") 2. to
see, look at, stare at. Also peep (one) out. ("Did you peep that
hottie?" "That cutie just peeped you out.")
perma-fried v 1. to appear as if on drugs, even though one is
sober. ("Man, you're perma-fried.")
perp v 1. to pretend, feign. ("He always perps like he has a
lot of money.")
perve v 1. to stare with sexual intent. ("That guy was
perving at her.") 2. to be intoxicated. ("After I drank that Everclear
last night I was perving.")
phat adj 1. very good, excellent; COOL. ("That's a phat
bike.") 2. attractive. Note: an acronym, "pretty hot and
tempting," has been invented for the word. The acronym came after the
original coining of the term.
piece n 1. penis. 2. a firearm. ("You carrying your
piece?") See also want a piece of (someone).
piece of shit n 1. an item of poor quality. ("That car is a
piece of shit.") Note: also used as an insult, as in "You little piece
pie hole n 1. mouth. ("Shut your pie hole!")
pig n 1. a police officer. ("The pigs got my brother for
robbery.") See also hog.
pimp n 1. a male in charge of prostitutes. Note: in recent years,
has come to mean nothing of the sort. Today it's a very ambiguous term, used as
either a compliment or an insult towards a male. In its positive form, it means
that the person is "cool." In its negative form, it insults their
attitudes, clothing, or general behavior. ("He is such a pimp.") adj
1. very good, excellent; COOL, AWESOME. ("That is a pimp car.")
pinched v 1. arrested or detained by law enforcement officials.
("I almost got pinched by the cops.")
pineapple n 1. genitalia. ("He touched my pineapple.")
Pinto n 1. any car in disrepair. Origin: the Pinto is a car that
was terribly ugly even when new. ("Get out of the way, Pinto!")
pirate v 1. to sell or transmit stolen intellectual property (e.g.
software, compact discs, etc.) ("Pirating software is illegal.") - n
1. a person who sells or transmits stolen intellectual property.
piss n 1. urine. ("He got piss on the floor.") - v
1. to urinate. ("I had to go piss.") 2. to drink. ("We pissed the
pissed adj 1. inebriated. ("We got pissed last night.")
2. angry. ("He was really pissed when you didn't show up.")
pissing for shits and giggles v 1. to waste one's time.
("Let's get outta here. We're just pissing for shits and giggles
piss off v 1. to leave. Note: British. ("Why don't you just
plastered v 1. extremely intoxicated. ("Let's go get
plastered and watch Exorcist at the same time!")
player n 1. a male who dates more than one female at a time,
usually just for sex or other perks. Carries a heavy negative connotation.
("He is such a player!")
poke v 1. to engage in coitus. Usually used as an intransitive
verb (i.e. "Someone poked someone else" and not "Someone got
poked.") ("Did you poke that girl you met at the club?")
poon n 1. females. Also poon-tang. ("Lets go check out
poonj v 1. to engage in coitus. Origin: the Ojibwe natives in
Minnesota. The Ojibwe have a phrase "Poonjegay" which means "to
dip meat in grease." Among the teenagers there, it's shortened to
"Poonj" and has become slang for sex. ("Hey, did you two poonj
last night?" "Were you guys poonjing?")
pop a cap v 1. to shoot. 2. to kill with a firearm. ("I'm
gonna pop a cap into that bitch when I see her next!")
po-po n 1. a police officer. Note: pronounced "poe-poe".
poppa n 1. a close male friend. ("Hey Poppa, how goes
poseur n 1. someone who pretends to be someone they're not,
usually in dress and speech; WANNA-BE, FAKE. Origin: borrowed from the French
word with the same spelling and definition. Generally (or originally) used to
describe people posing a s skaters.
postal See go postal.
power n 1. the remote control for a television. ("Pass me the
pray to Dionysus v 1. to vomit. Origin: Dionysus is the Greek god
of wine, so naturally getting drunk is in his honor. When one pukes, one prays
to him. (Note that this term is intended to be humours and does not reflect
actual Greek mythology.) ("He drank too much, and now he's off praying to
pray to the porcelain god v 1. to vomit. ("I was praying to
the porcelain god after eating that.")
premo adj 1. attractive, great, flawless; AWESOME. Often used to
describe an attractive female. ("Man did you check out that chick? She was
press (one) v 1. to attempt to attract; HIT ON. ("Brad was
pressing me last night.")
props n 1. praise, compliments. One usually "gives"
props. Sometimes prefixed with "mad". ("I'll give Joe props for
that crazy stunt.")
pull a gallstone v 1. to accomplish something remarkable. Origin:
possibly from the fact that passing a galstone is (usually) a very long and
painful task. Doing so is quite an accomplishment. ("That guy without the
leg just w on the gold medal! He really pulled a gallstone!")
pull a Nancy Drew v 1. to fake something to escape a situation.
Origin: from the fictional character Nancy Drew, who uses the same technique:
feigning unconsciousness until her captor looses his grip, then running away.
Notes: usually refers to faking an orgasm to get someone to stop having sex with
you. Often simplified to "pull a Nancy." ("By that time I was so
tired that I had to pull a Nancy and get it all over with.")
pull chocks v 1. to leave. Etymology: chocks are wedges used to
prevent anything with wheels (e.g. airplanes, tractors, etc.) from moving.
"Pulling the chocks" allows the vehicle to proceed. ("Let's pull
chocks, this place st ruggles.")
pumped adj 1. excited; PSYCHED. ("I was pumped when she asked
punanni n 1. a vagina.
pushbutton panic n 1. anxiety experienced before making a phone
call, especially to a member of the opposite sex. ("Dude, get over your
pushbutton panic and just call her!")
push out a grumpy v 1. to defecate. ("I've got to go push out
pussy n 1. the vagina. 2. a physically weak person; WIMP.
("He is such a pussy.")
pussy whipped adj 1. obedient to one's female partner. ("His
girlfriend had him pussy whipped.")
put the beat down v 1. to beat someone up, to attack. ("If
you don't get your act together, I'll have to put the beat down")
adj 1. excellent. ("Whoa, this new album is rad-o!")
rag v 1. to menstruate. ("I've been ragging since Tuesday,
and I feel horrible!") 2. to stain with menses. ("Oh, man, I ragged my
pants.") 3. to complain. ("Stop ragging about that!") - n
1. men strual period. ("My rag is really heavy this month.") 2.
someone who complains frequently. ("You are such a rag!")
rage adj 1. fun; HAPPENING. ("That party was such a
rain closet n 1. the shower. ("He really needs to hit the
raise the roof v 1. to "pump it up," get loud, get
excited, etc. Often accompanied by the following motion: hands are placed above
shoulders, palms up, raised slightly above the head, then returned to shoulder
level. Repeat tw o or three times. ("Jordan is trying to raise the
rake in v 1. to earn, usually money. ("We raked in five
hundred dollars at the concert!")
ralph v 1. to vomit.
ram v 1. to engage in coitus. Submitted by Scott McNabney,
Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada, 06-11-97. - adj 1. horrible. Note:
often used as a derogatory term for an unattractive member of the oppo site sex.
Submitted by Kris, London, England, 06-11-97.
rat n 1. a derogatory term for females. ("I had that
rat.") 11-06-97. 2. someone who tells on a friend; NARC, SNITCH.
("Don't hang out with him, ma n, he's a rat.")
raw adj 1. very good, excellent; COOL. ("That movie was
redneck n 1. a person from a rural area. Origin: according to the
stereotype (however accurate it may be,) people from rural areas spend a great
deal of time working in the field. In doing so, the backs of their necks become
red tide n 1. menstrual period.
reechy adj 1. bad. Origin: Shakespeare's Hamlet .
reggie n 1. right-hand turn. One either "does" or
"makes" a reggie. ("Do a reggie at the stop sign.")
rents n 1. abbreviation of "parents".
retarded adj 1. bad, of poor quality. ("That party was
rice-rocket n 1. any sport motorcycle or replica of a race
motorcycle, usually Japanese in origin. ("Mongo kicked over that nerd's
rice-rocket last night.")
rickett n 1. a mysterious creature that steals, causes mischief,
helps, or brainwashes you. Looks like a goblin. ("The rickett stole my
ricockulous adj 1. ridiculous, absurd. Note: first used on the
radio/TV show "Love Line".
ride n 1. an automobile. ("That's a cool ride.")
ride the cotton pony 1. to menstruate. ("She's riding the cotton
pony this week.")
ride the porcelain bus v 1. to vomit. ("She's in the bathroom
riding the porcelain bus.")
ride the white horse v 1. to use an illegal white powder stimulant
(e.g. cocaine, crystal meth, crank, etc.) ("Man, Jeremy's losing a lot of
weight. You think he's riding the white horse?")
riding high v 1. feeling very good. Occasionally meaning snobbish
or egotistical. ("He was riding high after he got into the college he
right on 1. a phrase indicating approval, agreement, or just
acknowledgement. ("You're going dancing tonight? Right on.")
rip a juicy one v 1. to flatulate.
rip (one) a new asshole v 1. to attack, beat up. ("I'm going
to go rip that guy a new asshole.")
ripped adj 1. extremely inebriated. 2. under the influence of
marijuana. ("I got so ripped at the party last weekend.") 3. muscular.
("That body-bui lder is ripped!")
rizzi n 1. transportation. ("I've got to go, my rizzi is
leaving.") 2. a vehicle. ("That's a nice rizzi!") Also
road-dawg n 1. a travel companion. 2. best friend. ("He's my
roasted adj 1. inebriated.
rock n 1. a wedding ring. ("Man, stay away from her. Didn't
you see that huge rock on her finger?")
roll v 1. to laugh very hard. ("When he fell, I was rolling
so hard my stomach hurt.") 2. to use Ecstasy. ("That girl was rolling
all night long.")&nbs p
roll-dog n 1. a good or best friend.
roll out v 1. to leave, usually in a vehicle. ("All right
man, I gotta roll out.")
ro-sham-bo n 1. a competition employed to determine the ownership
of an object when ownership is in dispute. The two parties kick each other in
the groin until one falls to the ground. The person left standing wins the
competition and the ownership of the object. ("I'll ro-sham-bo you for the
royally 1. very, extremely. ("He was royally pissed when you wrecked
ruley adj 1. very good, excellent; COOL; AWESOME. ("That
shirt is so ruley!")
run with the world v 1. to do what is popular, follow the crowd.
("You're just running with the world.")
RV n 1. an attractive female. Origin: originally was an
abbreviation for "rape victim." ("Wow, she's a real RV!")
adj 1. of poor quality. ("This is a sad car.") Note: also used
to make fun of or comment on someone's misfortune. Example: "Damn, I lost
ten bucks." Response: "Sad."
saftey meeting n 1. a break in the workday when employees gather
to ingest drugs. ("There is going to be a saftey meeting in 5
salary man n 1. a business man. Origin: Japanese English.
Sally n 1. an attractive or friendly female. ("I think she's
Sally.") 2. a female's period. ("Sally came to visit me last night. It
pissed me off.")&n bsp
samolean n 1. a unit of money. Notes: also spelled
sasser v 1. to trick a person into doing something that like a
good idea but will end in disaster. ("Be careful you don't get
sassy adj 1. styling. 2. retro. Origin: possibly from the title of
fashion magazine Sassy . ("Those digs are sassy")
sausage fest See sausage party.
sausage party n 1. a gathering with many more males than females.
("Let's take off, this is just a sausage party.")
scary adj 1. ugly, weird. ("Those pink teddy bear bedroom
slippers are scary!")
schlong n 1. penis. ("I got smacked in the schlong.")
schtupp v 1. to engage in coitus. ("I wanted to schtupp her
in the worst way.")
schwacked adj 1. intoxicated. ("I was schwacked last
scoot n 1. a motorcycle. Derived from "scooter."
("Cheeseman has a new scoot.")
scope out v 1. to watch. 2. to stare, usually at a member of the
opposite gender. ("I was scoping out that hot soccer player after
screw v 1. to engage in coitus. ("They screwed last
night.") 2. to err; MESS UP. ("He screwed that interview.") 3. to
take advantage of. ("He really got screwed on that deal.")
screw up v 1. to err; MESS UP. ("They screwed up that paint
scully v 1. to doubt. Origin: the character Scully on the
television program The X-Files . While her partner believes in the
paranormal and occult, she is doubtful. ("Don't Scully me.")
see a man about a dog v 1. to defecate. ("I've got to go see
a man about a dog.")
sell out v 1. to back out or change one's mind. Note: carries a
very negative connotation. Infers that the person has changed due to some
negative (e.g. money, power, et cetera) or inappropriate (e.g. another person
when in a committed relationship) influence. ("They will sell out on you in
a minute" "The band sold out to the main stream and signed with a
major label.") - n 1. a person who has "sold out." 2.
someone who reports a person or group to the authorities after associating with
that person or group; NARC.
sell the Buick v 1. to vomit. ("The thought of doing Chelsea
makes me want to sell the Buick.")
send a fax v 1. to defecate. ("I can't wait any longer. I
need to send a fax right now!") Submitted by Paulo Santos, Parobe, RS,
shady adj 1. unclear or purposely misleading. ("He's being
shady about what went on.") 2. suspicious. ("That deal sounds rather
shady.") 3. immoral or illegal. ("Their company has been involved in
some shady dealin gs.")
shady adj 1. suspicious, dangerous. ("That guy is kind of
shady." "That's a shady part of town.")
shaft v 1. to steal. ("He shafted my pen")
shag v 1. to engage in coitus. Note: British equivalent of
"fuck". Contributed by Michael David, Los Angeles, CA, USA,
sheep n 1. someone who follows trends, trying to always do what's
"in" or popular. Origin: sheep aren't viewed as very intelligent, the
term conjures up images of the animals just following one another, going
wherever they're h erded. ("Those kids and there baggy pants are
sheesh 1. a non-offensive expletive. Origin: to replace the word
"shit". ("Sheesh, don't freak out!")
shiesty adj 1. decietful, untrustworthy. ("I wouldn't hang
out with him, he's shiesty.")
shintock 1. an expression of disbelief or surprise. Used to replace
"no shit". ("No shintock!")
shit adj 1. very good, excellent; COOL. Always preceeded by
"the" in this usage. ("I loved that movie! It was the
shit.") 2. bad, of poor quality. ("This music is just shit.")
Note: though the word "shit" seems ambi guous, it is always preceded
by "the" when used in the complimentary sense. 3. complaints,
criticism. ("I've been getting a lot of shit from my landlord.") - v
1. to lie to. ("That watch is yours? You're shitting me!") 2. to
defecate. ("I need to shit.") - n 1. drugs. Always preceeded by
"the" in this usage. ("Do you have the shit?") 2. feces.
("There is shit on the floor.") 3. possessions. ("Who left their
shit in my car?") See also no shit.
shite 1. British pronunciation of "shit." Used playfully in
America. ("That Pinto is shite!") Submitted by Emily Marcroft, UC
Berkeley, CA, USA, 01-13-98.
shit-faced adj 1. very inebriated. Origin: one has one's face in
(or near) a toilet while vomiting, hence the condition of being
shitlist n 1. a list of people one is angry with. ("You just
put yourself on my shitlist.")
shits adj 1. displeasing. Always preceeded by "the" in
this usage. ("This party is the shits." 2. diarrhea. Also always
preceeded by "the". ("He didn't come to work today because he's
got the shits.")
shitty adj 1. displeasing or of poor quality. ("That movie
was shitty.") 2. inebriated. The term is considered feminine, and men tend
to prefer the more masculine shit faced. ("Let's go get
shiznits adj 1. used instead of shit. Generally considered
to be acceptable to a larger audience as it isn't quite a swear word.
shnockered adj 1. extremely inebriated. ("I'm going to get so
shnockered at the party!")
shook adj 1. shaken up, flustered. ("Dude, you're
shook!") - v 1. arrested or detained by law enforcement officials.
("I almost got pinched by the cops.")
shooked adj 1. scared. Usually used to describe a fight. ("He
was shooked when that guy came after him.")
shorty n 1. a female. Origin: hip-hop slang.
shotgun n 1. the passenger seat in a vehicle. Origin: the American
west (i.e. during the 1800s.) The "shotgun" was the person that sat
next to the driver of a wagon with a shotgun, watching for trouble. ("I get
shotgun!" or "I get to sit shotgun.") 2. a method of smoking
marijuana whereby one person inhales from the source and then blows the smoke
into s omeone else's mouth. They inhale it and the chain continues. Apparently,
the term can also apply to cigarette smoking.
shotty back n 1. the seat behind the passenger seat in a vehicle.
("I get shotty back")
sick adj 1. COOL, AWESOME. ("That movie was sick!")
666 adj 1. satanic. ("That gothic dude is 666.")
Simon n 1. the "tortured artist" half of a pair of
people. ("He's the Simon in that relationship.") Origin: refers to
folk- rock 1960s duo Simon and Garfunkel. Paul Simon wrote the songs and played
guitar, but he was the less outgoing/talkative one. See also Garfunkel. Submitted
by Emily Marcroft, UC Berkeley, CA, USA, 13-01-98.
skank v 1. to dance to ska music. ("Look at that guy
skank!") - adj 1. a dirty or promiscuous female. ("Stay away
from that skank.")
skeeve adj 1. a gross, creepy, etc. person. ("He is such a
skeeve.") - v 1. to gross out, to sicken. ("That guy really
skeeves me out.")
skeevy adj 1. gross, creepy; ICKY, etc. Term was common in
Brooklyn, NY, USA in the 1950s and 1960s. ("He's so skeevy.")
sketch v 1. to act excessively nervous, especially while on
marijuana. ("The cops aren't coming, quit sketching.")
sketchy adj 1. of questionable character, suspicious, strange.
("I'd stay away from that guy, he looks sketchy.")
sketell n 1. a promiscuous female.
skid n 1. someone who drinks, smokes, looks grungy, etc. ("He
dresses like a skid.") - adj 1. unattractive. ("He's
skiied adj 1. under the influence of marijuana. Note: pronounced
skills n 1. talents, usually with the opposite sex or in business
(e.g. drug dealing.) ("He's got mad skills.")
sko n 1. a promiscuous female. Abbrevation for "skanky
hoe." ("That girl is such a sko!") - adj 1. displeasing.
Always preceeded by "the" in this usage. ("This party is the
shits." 2. diarrhea. Also always preceeded by "the". ("He
didn't come to work today because he's got the shits.")
skrilla n 1. money. Also "skrill". ("I need to get
some more skrilla.") Origin: possibly originated in Chicago in 1993 or
1994. Now used commonly in the northern United States, especially Minnesota.
skrilling v 1. to make money. (Question: "What have you been
up to?" Response: "Just skrilling.")
slack-jaw n 1. a person whose jaw hangs open at rest. Usually
implies that the individual (the slack-jaw) is either too lazy to hold up their
jaw or is too stupid to notice. Also: slack-jawed, the adjective. ("He's a
slack-ja w. She's slack-jawed.")
slang v 1. to deal drugs. ("He makes a lot of money because
he is slanging.") Submitted by Carlos Cano, Chicago, IL, USA, 23-11-97.
sleep around v 1. to have sex with many people. ("He's never
at home because he sleeps around so much.")
slob (one's) knob v 1. to fellate.
sloshed adj 1. inebriated.
slut n 1. a promiscuous person. ("You are such a slut.")
smack n 1. offensive speech about another person. ("I hear
you've been talking smack about me.") - v 1. to slap. Note: also
pronounced "shmack". ("H e got smacked right in the jaw.")
2. to fraternize with the enemy. Often involves "kissing up".
("They're off smacking with student government.")
smash adj 1. successful. ("That movie was a huge
smashed adj 1. extremely inebriated.
smeg n 1. something undesirable. May refer to people or
unidentifiable substances. Etymology: from the word smegma. ("You have smeg
smoke v 1. to kill, usually with a firearm. ("I smoked
smoked adj 1. extremely intoxicated, either by alcohol or
marijuana. ("I got smoked last night.")
snafu adj 1. messed up as usual. Origin: term is an acronym for
"situation normal, all fucked up." ("Well, that's typical,
they're just snafu!")
snag v 1. to buy. ("I snagged this jacket from the Buckle
yesterday.") 2. to take. ("He snagged the money from his mom's
snake v 1. to steal. ("I snaked his favorite CD when he
snap v 1. to masturbate.
snarf v 1. to expel liquid (or, more rarely, food) out one's nose
by laughing in the middle of a swallow. ("We were sitting in the kitchen,
and JJ cut a nasty muffin, and I snarfed lemonade all over the table.")
soused adj 1. inebriated.
spam n 1. advertisements in Usenet newsgroups. Notes: generally
applies to any inappropriate messages (such as chain letters and advertisements)
usually posted to many different discussion groups. 2. unsolicited advertis
ements sent in bulk via e-mail.
spanked adj 1. intoxicated. ("I was spanked last
spaz n 1. a person who often acts in an irrational or spontaneous
fashion. - v 1. to react with extreme or irrational distress or
spaz out v 1. to react with extreme or irrational distress or
spich adj 1. so weird that it can't even be described. ("You
are acting so spich.")
spider n 1. a male. ("Hey spider, why don't you go get the
spiffy adj 1. very good, excellent; COOL. ("That's
spiffy!") 2. okay. ("Are you doing spiffy?")
splurk v 1. to bother, test, annoy, push. ("Hey man, don't
splurk with me!")
sponged adj 1. thirsty. ("I'm sponged! Let's go get a
drink.") - v 1. to want something to drink. ("I'm sponging for
spooge n 1. semen. 2. any displeasing or unidentifiable substance.
("I got spooge all over my hands.") 3. any non-solid substance. - v
1. to ejaculate. 2. to be squeezed out of somethin g, such as condiments from
the other end of food being eaten, as in tacos, burritos, hamburgers, etc.
("I was eating a taco and beef spooged out the other end.")
spork n 1. a plastic eating utensil that is both a spoon and a
fork. Possibly first available at Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurants. - v
1. to insert a spork into something. ("Someone sporked my lawn last ni
ght.") - adj 1. of poor quality, unusable, intolerable.
spuckie n 1. a submarine sandwich. ("Run up to Rip's Sub Shop
and pick up a couple of spuckies.")
spun adj 1. extremely inebriated. ("I was spun last
night.") Submitted by Fitz, CA, USA, 09-11-97. 2. to be under the
influence of methamphetamines. ("That guy was spun!")
spun out adj 1. a confused or stressed state of mind. 2. intensely
preoccupied with a particular problem; STRESSED OUT. ("I'm spun out on my
girlfriend." or "I was so spun out after that exam.")
stellar adj 1. very good, excellent; COOL, AWESOME. ("That
was some stellar movie we saw last night. ")
stems n 1. legs. Origin: the movie Clueless , released in
April, 1996. ("Nice stems.")
step v 1. to step away, to leave someone or something alone.
("You best just step!") 2. to fight. ("You want to step?")
step off v 1. to step away, to leave someone or something alone.
Note: first used around 1996. ("You better step off before I make it
necessary for you to!")
stick n 1. a person who lives in a rural area. ("That guy is
such a stick!")
sticks n 1. a rural area. ("That guy is from out in the
stinky adj 1. extremely inebriated. ("Let's get stinky
stog n 1. cigarette. Note: pronounced "stoog".
("Let's go smoke a stog.")
stoked adj 1. excited or energized. ("I am so stoked about
stole v 1. to hit or punch, usually with one's hands. ("He
stole me in my jaw!")
stoned adj 1. under the influence of marijuana.
stoner n 1. a person who frequently smokes marijuana. ("Look
at his bloodshot eyes. You can tell he's a stoner.") Submitted by
Justina, CA, USA, 25-03-98. - v 1. to give. Usually used when someone
is withholding something. ("Hey dude, kick down with some more food.")
strap v 1. to carry a firearm. ("Yo, man, you
strapping?" "You gotta be strapped in that neighborhood.")
strap on a feed-bag v 1. to eat a meal; go get something to eat.
Origin: the way horses are fed: by strapping a bag full of food to their head.
("Let's go to McDonald's and strap on a feed-bag")
stu n 1. a stupid person. Origin: possibly the United States Army.
("Look at that guy. What a stu!")
stuck like chuck adj 1. extremely intoxicated or under the
influence of a drug. ("Last night at the party I was stuck like
stupid adj 1. styling. Origin: hip-hop slang. ("Karen is
suck v 1. to be inadequate, displeasing, or of poor quality.
("Final exams suck.")
sucka-fu chicken-head n 1. a stupid person. ("What a sucka-fu
chicken-head that guy is!")
sup 1. a greeting, similar to "What's going on?" The term is a
shortened version of "What's up". n &nb sp 1. dinner.
Etymology: shortened version of supper. ("Do you want to go eat some
swag n 1. material; STUFF. ("I won some swag from a local
swank n 1. stolen goods. Notes: old organized crime term, used in Goodfellas
. Origin: first used in the 1950's or earlier. - adj 1. attractive or
styling. ("She is swank!")
sweat v 1. to worry. Also don't sweat it . ("Don't
sweat, I'll take care of it.") 2. to be very attracted to someone, so much
so that one nearly sweats when one sees the object of their affection.
("Man she sweat s him HARD!") 3. to like very much. ("I know you
all sweat my new shoes.")
sweet adj 1. good, excellent, fun; COOL. 2. attractive.
("That's a sweet car.")
sword fight n 1. a gathering with many more males than females.
("This party is a sword fight.")
system n 1. a stereo system. ("I just installed a new system
in my car.")
adj 1. empty. Usually refers to a marijuana smoking device. ("I
think the bowl is tacked.")
take a bone v 1. to get something to eat. Notes: believed to have
originated in California. ("Call me and we'll go take a bone.")
take a crap v 1. to defecate. ("I've got to go take a
take a dump v 1. to defecate. ("I've got to go take a
take a leak v 1. to urinate.
take a piss v 1. to urinate.
take a whiz v 1. to urinate. ("I've got to go take a
take it easy v 1. to relax, calm down. Usually used to avoid a
confrontation or fight. ("Look man, I was just kidding. Take it
take off v 1. to leave. ("Let's take off.")
take shit v 1. to accept insults from a person without fighting
back. ("Man, are you going to take shit from him like that?"
take the piss 1. to mock, make fun of, kid. Origin: British. ("Are
you taking the piss?") &n bsp 2. to aggravate someone on purpose.
("You're taking the piss out of me!")
talk to Ralph on the big white telephone v 1. to vomit.
("He's talking to Ralph on the big white telephone.")
tanked adj 1. extremely inebriated. ("I was tanked last
tard n 1. term is a shortened form of retard. Can apply to the
mentally retarded or just a stupid person. ("You are a real tard.") v
1. to vomit. ("Man, I was hugging the throne all night last night.")
tear v 1. to leave quickly. ("You ready to go? Let's
technicolor yawn see do the technicolor yawn.
the bomb See bomb, the.
the old in-out n 1. sex. Origin: the movie A Clockwork Orange .
("No time for the old in-out, love, just here to read the meter!")
thoroughbred n 1. a male. Origin: hip hop. ("All the
thoroughbreds and chicken heads will be at the party.") - n 1. a
female. Sometimes used to refer to an attractive or unattractive female,
depending on the context. Origin: hip hop. ("There are a lot of chicken
heads at this party.")
threads n 1. clothes. ("Nice threads.")
throw down v 1. to fight. ("Look, they're about to throw
throwed off adj 1. insane, eccentric, strange. ("That guy
over there mumbling to himself is throwed off!") Note: first used in early
throw hands v 1. to fight. ("Look, they're about to throw
thump v 1. to be struck with great force. ("He just got
tight adj 1. very good, excellent; COOL, HIP. ("Her new car
tightie whities n 1. men's briefs. ("Are you wearing tightie
tin n 1. badge carried by law enforcement officials. ("Show
me some tin.")
tired adj 1. boring, dull. ("That concert was tired.")
2. outdated, tacky. ("Look at her shirt! It's so tired.")
tits adj 1. very good, excellent; COOL. Notes: the term is
generally used only by males. It is often spoken breathily, more like
toasted adj 1. to be mildly inebriated.
toc n 1. stupid person; DIMWIT, MORON. Notes: derived from
"Dim as a TOC-H light." (Doss-house).
tool n 1. a person who is impressionable, easily used by others;
LOSER; WANNA-BE. ("That guy is such a tool. He would do anything to be
toolbox n 1. someone who is an extreme "tool". Note:
etymology suggests that they are not just one "tool", but rather an
entire set. ("That guy is such a toolbox.") 2. a group of
"tools". ("Yeah, like I would go to their t oolbox party.")
torn down adj 1. upset. Note: often pronounced more like "to'
down". ("He's been torn down since she dumped him.") 2. ill.
("I couldn't go to work today - I was torn down.") 3. very inebriated.
("We all got torn down when he showed up with the keg.")
torqued adj 1. angry; PISSED OFF. ("Don't get all torqued
about it. It was just a pencil." "Okay, now I'm torqued. Someone's
tor up adj 1. inebriated.
toss cookies v 1. to vomit.
tosser n 1. someone that is stupid, annoying, despicable, and just
generally unpleasant to have around. ("That guy is always bugging me, he's
such a tosser!")
trashed adj 1. to be very intoxicated, usually by alcohol.
trench coat n 1. an outcast; FREAK. Origin: a particular group of
people wear black trench coats. ("Look at those trench coats over
trendy loke n 1. a person who wears only popular, name-brand
clothing to look cool and dislikes people who do not wear the same type of
clothes. ("Kate took one look at his outfit - a Nike warmup suit - and
immediately decided that he was just a trendy loke.")
trick n 1. a person who uses another in a relationship for their
money. ("You're just a trick!")
trif adj 1. disgusting. 2. worthless. 3. shallow. Note: short for
trip v 1. to take LSD. ("I tripped for the first time last
night.") 2. to react with extreme or irrational distress or composure.
("When he passed out, I tripped!") 3. to worry. ("Don't trip
about it!") 4. to not be thinking clearly, to err. ("You were right
about her phone number. I must have been tripping.") 5. to partake in
friendly flirting, which may lead to a more serious relationship. ("They
used to trip but now they're going out") 6. to b e surprised. ("Man, I
tripped when I saw her walk in.") n 1. the period of time during
which a person is under the influence of LSD. ("I was on an eight-hour trip
yesterday.") &nb sp - adj 1. funny or strange. ("He's a
trip out v 1. to react with extreme or irrational distress or
composure. See also freak out. ("She tripped out when she heard what
he had done.")
trippy adj 1. the condition of being similar to what one
experiences while taking LSD; WEIRD. ("That was one trippy night.")
troll n 1. an unattractive female or one of ill repute. ("She
is such a troll.")
true dat 1. an expression of affirmation. (Person 1: "He's
hot!" Person 2: "True dat.") 2. a question of fact. ("I hear
you broke up with your boy. True dat?")
tunnel v 1. to defraud, swindle, or cheat and make lots of money.
Also tunnel . ("That man is rich because he tunneled out the
company.") Submitted by Paul Mamol, Bratislava, Slovakia, 02-02-98.
tweak adj 1. to be under the influence of crank. ("Dude, I'm
tweaking.") - v 1. to react with extreme or irrational distress or
composure. ("Your mom tweaked when I snaked her last bagel.") See also
freak out .
tweaker n 1. a person who uses methamphetamines. ("He's a
twenty-four seven adj 1. frequently, all the time. Etymology:
abbreviation of "twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week."
("She studies twenty-four seven.")
twisted adj 1. displeasing; MESSED UP. ("That's
adv 1. very, extremely. Origin: the German language. ("That band is
un-reechy adj 1. good. Origin: Shakespeare's Hamlet .
up in (one's) grill adj 1. in one's personal space. ("Towards
the end of the fight, they were both up in each other's grill.")
up (one's) butt adj 1. obsessed with another person. ("She's
totally up his butt.")
up the butt 1. a phrase indicating an excessive amount. ("I've got
cash up the butt!")
urk v 1. to annoy, pester, bother; GET ON (ONE'S) NERVES.
("He just urks me.")
urp v 1. to vomit. 2. to burp
USer n 1. a resident or citizen of the United States, used to
avoid ambiguity of "American", which can refer to anyone from North or
South America. ("The main pride of a Canadian is simply that he is not a
adj 1. very angry. ("He was getting all vexed.")
vibe n 1. feelings, premonitions. ("I'm picking up some
pretty negative vibes.") - v 1. to get along well in a relationship.
("I like him a like, I think we could vibe.")
vid n 1. a video. ("Let's go rent a vid.")
vurp 1. combination of vomit and burp, when a little bit of the stomach
contents (usually bile) is expelled into the esophagus. Also known as "wet
burps". ("Ew, I vurped.")
adj 1. crazy. ("She is wack.") 2. displeasing, a source of
anger. ("I can't believe you got in trouble for that. Man, that's
wail v 1. to sing well. ("Their female lead can wail!")
wanker n 1. an unpleasant person. Used as a general insult,
British in origin. ("You are such a wanker!")
want a piece of (someone) v 1. to be attracted to someone, usually
in a physical sense. ("I want a piece of him.")
waste v 1. to destroy. ("She wasted her car when she got in
wasted adj 1. extremely inebriated, usually to the point of
vomiting heavily and/or passing out. ("I was wasted last night.")
watered v 1. to feel sad, hurt, low. ("He's watered right
wazzock n 1. an idiot. Origin: British. ("What a
weak adj 1. inadequate or displeasing, barely worth mentioning.
("That high school party was beyond weak!")
welfare adj 1. bad, stupid, ugly, etc. ("You have a welfare
car!" "That was a welfare kick.")
wet 1. very good, excellent; COOL. ("Those Nike shoes are
whack adj 1. displeasing, undesirable. ("Yo man, that's
whale on v 1. to punch; to attack. Origin: possibly Maine, USA
slang. ("The cop whaled on that guy.")
What's in the bag? 1. a greeting, similar to the likes of "What's
up?" ("So, whats in the bag?")
what's the dilly? 1. a greeting. Note: also "what's the dills."
("Hey, what's the dilly?")
what's up? 1. a greeting. Synonymous "What's going on?",
"How are you?", etc. Note: alternate pronunciations include
"waddup," "whazzup," and "sup".
whip n 1. car. Origin: street/hip-hop slang from New York City.
("Get in the whip and turn left at the next block.") - v 1. to
whipped adj 1. obedient to one's significant other. ("His
girlfriend had him whipped.")
whistle belly thumps n 1. stomach aches associated with diarrhea.
("Those green apples I ate are giving me the whistle belly thumps.")
white trash n 1. poor people that do not attempt to hide their
lack of money. They live in filth (e.g. rusting cars and old kitchen appliances
fill the front yard,) they are poorly educated, they don't care about their
appearance (e.g. they are poorly groomed and overweight, wear dirty and tattered
clothes,) et cetera. Though "white trash" can live anywhere, they are
indigenous to the midwest and south. ("90% of my school is white
whiz v 1. to urinate. ("I've got to go whiz.") - n
1. urine. ("He got whiz all over himself.") 2. a smart person.
("She's a real whiz when it comes to math!")
whockerjawed adj 1. damaged, jammed, or out of alignment. ("I
can't open the car door because it got whockerjawed in the accident.")
whopperjawed adj 1. out of place, crooked. ("That looks
whore 1. a greeting, usually between males. ("What's up,
whore!") 2. a friendly insult, usually between males. ("Leave me
alone, whore!") n 1. a prostitute. 2. a promiscuous person, usually
who's own 1. used to inquire the owner of an item. Example: someone would
hold up a pencil and, speaking to a group, ask "Who's own?"
wicked adj 1. very good, excellent; COOL. ("That concert was
wicked!") 2. very, extremely. ("That concert was wicked cool!")
wife beater n 1. tank-style underwear shirts. Origin: based on the
stereotype that physically abusive husbands wear that particular style of
undershirt. ("I got some egg stains on my wife beater.")
wife-beater n 1. a sleeveless undershirt. Origin: before wearing a
wife-beater as one's only shirt became a popular style, they were worn in that
fashion primarily by people who were too poor to buy outer shirts, suc h as
alcoholics. One stereotypical American image of an alcoholic is someone wearing
an undershirt and beating their wife. ("All the thugs wear
wilding v 1. to have fun, act crazy with a group of friends. Note:
also pronounced as "wilin'".
wired adj 1. under the influence of methamphetamines. ("Man
I'm fucking wired.") 2. full of energy, due to some other cause (natural or
otherwise.) ("How can you be so wired when you got only 3 hours of sleep
word 1. exclamation of affirmation. (Question: "I'm goin' to the
movies tonight, dawg - you 'bout it?" Response: "Word!")
word hole n 1. mouth. ("You better shut your word
worship the porcelain goddess v 1. to vomit. ("She's in the
bathroom worshipping the porcelain goddess.")
wrench n 1. a mechanic, originally on motorcycles, but now any
kind of repairman. ("Toad is a shitty wrench.")
wuppie n 1. young, semi-hip, web site professionals. Note: usually
used in a derogatory manner. ("I don't feel like going to the party, it's
just going to be a bunch of wuppies.")
wuss n 1. wimp, sissy. ("Why won't you fight me? Are you a
n 1. a young person who pretends to be a hippie. Origin: combination of
the terms "generation-x" and "hippie". Pronounced
"zippie". ("My son and his friends are becoming xippies.")
v 1. to vomit.
yada 1. et cetera. ("We went to the mall, saw some friends, yada
yada yada, the usual stuff.")
yak n 1. an unattractive female, usually due to morbid obesity or
yarf v 1. to vomit.
yeah right 1. an expression of doubt or disbelief. ("According to The
Enquirer , aliens landed in Washington, D.C. yesterday. Yeah right!") .
yo 1. used to get someone's attention. ("Yo, come here.") 2.
used at the end of a sentence to emphasize a point. ("What's up, yo?"
"You going to hook me up, yo?" "That's my knife, yo.") 3.
used as a prefix to a greeting. ( "Yo, man, what's up?") Notes:
"Yo" is the first person pronoun (i.e. "I") in Spanish. In
English, the term has been around for more than a decade, but (?) has recently
been popularized by the movie Kids . Submitted by John Nelson, Lufkin,
yo 1. used to get someone's attention. Has been used since the 15th
century. ("Yo! Look over here!") 2. more recently, used primarily
before a greeting. This usage is somewhat antiquated. ("Yo, Mike! How are
you doing?" ) 3. most recently, used to call attention to something you've
said, but used after the sentence. ("Let's go buy some food, yo.")
yoink v 1. to steal. ("I wanted his CD player, so I yoinked
Yoko Ono n 1. the significant other of a band member that often
sits in on band practice, much to the annoyance of other band members. Origin:
Yoko Ono, the partner of The Beatles member John Lennon. ("Your
girlfriend i s SUCH a Yoko Ono!")
yoo-ee n 1. U-turn. One generally "hangs" a yoo-ee.
("Hang a yoo-ee at the next stoplight.")
YooKay 1. alternative spelling of "UK" (United Kingdom.)
Usually pronounced in a more drawn-out fashion. ("I met someone online from
you go girl 1. phrase of encouragement, used alone. ("You go
your mom 1. a comeback used in an argument when one can't think of
anything better to say. (Person 1: "You're ugly." Person 2: "Your
n 1. abbreviation of "pizza". ("Let's call Domino's and
order up some za.")
zoit 1. an expression of surprise or alarm.
zonked adj 1. extremely intoxicated. Usually refers to alcohol
intoxication but can also apply to marijuana or other drugs. ("Did you see
that guy at the party? He was zonked!")
zoom-in n 1. an unexpected and usually undesirable kiss.
("She pulled a zoom-in on me last night.")
zoot v 1. to elude comprehension. ("That zooted me. I didn't
understand it at all.")
zooted adj 1. extremely intoxicated. ("I was so massively
zooted last night.")
zosted adj 1. intoxicated. ("I was zosted last night.")