"-izzle" is an English suffix used for pop-culture hip hop slang. It is sometimes called " Snoop speak" or "Snoop slang" because it was popularized by rapper Snoop Dogg, although several other musicians have used similar slang long before him. The "izz" infix technique is a similar form of this practice. ...more on Wikipedia about "-izzle"
86'ed is diner or bar slang to end someone's order. It can be a negative order, where the patron is refused service. The inverse is in context of ingredients where parts of the order are "86'ed" or removed. ...more on Wikipedia about "86'ed"
* AAAA -- Term used for a player who is too good for AAA, the highest level of Minor League Baseball, but not good enough for Major League Baseball. The idea is that, if there were a Minor League level higher than AAA, such a player would belong there. Many utility players fall into this category. Pronounced "Quadruple A". ...more on Wikipedia about "Baseball slang"
Betty is a common diminuitive for the name " Elizabeth" or " Bettina", and has been used as the name of several things: ...more on Wikipedia about "Betty"
The term "Big Ticket Item" is North American slang used to refer to high end luxury items. ...more on Wikipedia about "Big ticket item"
In French, the word mec has roughly the same meaning as the word bloke or geezer, as is in evidence in the translation of the title of the film Dude, Where's My Car?, which became Eh mec! Elle est où ma caisse? (Hey bloke, where is my car). ...more on Wikipedia about "Bloke"
Bobfoc is a slang term, short for Body off Baywatch, Face off Crimewatch. The phrase is thought to have originated in the pages of ' Viz' magazine and refers to a person who, on first glance, appears to have a fit and attractive body but who, on closer inspection, posesses an ugly or unattractive face. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bobfoc"
Boston slang consists of words and phrases of slang originating from Boston. Though most often used in Boston, the slang can also be heard in other cities of Massachusetts or even other New England states, though not always as frequently. Some terms are less commonly heard outside of the Boston area than others; some are not used at all outside of Boston. ...more on Wikipedia about "Boston slang"
The Bubba Vote is a term associated with rural, southern US voters which plays on the hillbilly and redneck stereotypes of the deep-south. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bubba Vote"
Bucket Fanny is a derogatory British slang term aimed at women. It is used to describe a loose or slack vaginal opening hence the word " bucket" which has a wide opening; and " fanny" which is a British word for the vagina. The term has increased in popularity in recent years, and is sometimes even used by women. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bucket Fanny"
Bunburying is a term introduced by Oscar Wilde in the play The Importance of Being Earnest. It is the art of inventing a friend whose troubles are so compelling that nobody will question the need to visit that friend at short notice, and for any length of time. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bunburying"
Bush league is a general term used to describe an action, or thing as being amateuristic, inferior or crude. In a literal sense, it refers to a low quality minor league in baseball not associated with any of the major league teams. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bush league"
Bush league is a term used describe a low quality minor league in baseball not associated with any of the major league teams, or more generally, something of the level of sophistication and quality of such a league. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bush League"
In communications and linguistics, bypassing refers to the misunderstanding which develops when the recipient of a message infers a different meaning from the message than that intended by the source. Most commonly, this involves confusion that may result from the different meanings of words; particularly, slang and euphemisms—such confusion is sometimes one of the goals of doublespeak. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bypassing"
California Sandwich (also known as California Cheeseburger) is an American slang term meant to be derogatory towards the citizens of the U.S. state of California, who are stereotypically associated with hippies who partake of marijuana. ...more on Wikipedia about "California cheeseburger"
A term for a large spliff (or the pattern of papers for that spliff). The Camberwell carrot was fictionally "invented in Camberwell and looks like a carrot". It originates from a memorable scene in the 1987 cult film film Withnail and I, but has become a British slang term which refers to an apparently unsmokeably large cannabis joint the size of a carrot. Camberwell is a place in London. ...more on Wikipedia about "Camberwell carrot"
Canadian slang consists of words and phrases of slang exclusive to or originating from Canada. It is important to note that many of these words are regional and not used in all areas. In addition to general-purpose slang, there are slang nicknames for many Canadian places, and residents of specific Canadian places. ...more on Wikipedia about "Canadian slang"
Cant is an example of a cryptolect, a characteristic or secret language used only by members of a group, often used to conceal the meaning from those outside the group. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cant (language)"
A catfight is, by literal definition, a physical clash between two cats. ...more on Wikipedia about "Catfight"
Cement shoes is a slang term adopted by the American Mafia crime world for a method of execution that involves weighting down a victim and throwing him or her into the water to drown. It has become adopted in the US as a humorous term representating any exotic threat from criminals. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cement shoes"
Chalfont St Giles is a village in south east Buckinghamshire in the United Kingdom, on the edge of the Chilterns, 25 miles from London, and near to Seer Green, Jordans, Chalfont St Peter, Little Chalfont and Amersham. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chalfont St Giles"
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Chav is a slang term which has been in wide use throughout the United Kingdom since 2004. It refers to a subcultural stereotype of a person with fashions such as flashy " bling" jewellery and counterfeit designer clothes, an uneducated, impoverished background, a tendency to congregate around places such as fast-food outlets or other shopping areas, and a culture of antisocial behaviour. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chav"
Chhiv is an informal slang word that means extreme beauty and gentleness. This word originated in small rural Cambodian towns, and it is no longer in use. However, many Cambodians still use this name as a family name. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chhiv"
Chilling is a slang term still in use, often in America although sometimes in Canada, which means to relax or "take it easy". The word corralates with cool, meaning either interesting or something/someone with a high level of stoicalness. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chilling"
Chiobu is a slang term to describe a (usually) young female girl, and is commonly used in South East Asian countries like Singapore and Malaysia among the chinese communities. The word is made up of two parts, Chio and Bu, the former word being a somewhat impolite way of describing a pretty lady, and the latter word a dialect form of the word Girl. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chiobu"
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