Slang words and meanings

Slang Meaning of DAB ON

DAB ON means: Dab on is British slang for to sign on at the unemployment benefit office.

Slang Meaning of HARE AND HOUND

HARE AND HOUND means: Hare and Hound is London Cockney rhyming slang for a round of drinks (round).

Slang Meaning of SCREWY

SCREWY means: Screwy is slang for slightly intoxicated; tipsy. Screwy is slang for a mean, parsimonious person. Screwy is slang for unhealthy (refering to a horse). Screwy is slang for winding (refering to a track or road).

Slang Meaning of SHEPHERD'S BUSH

SHEPHERD'S BUSH means: Shepherd's Bush is London Cockney rhyming slang for the face (moosh). Shepherd's Bush is London Cockney rhyming slang for push.

Slang Meaning of Fly

Fly means: Smooth or slick.Hey, Eddie, did you see the hat-check girl Bernice? Man, she is "fly.".

Slang Meaning of YIU

YIU means: Yes, I Understand

Slang Meaning of knucklehead

knucklehead means: A stupid or foolish person. That knucklehead can't read his own name without moving his lips!

Slang Meaning of heroin

heroin means: a highly addictive drug derived from morphine, which is obtained from the opium poppy. It is a “downer” or depressant that affects the brain’s pleasure systems and interferes with the brain’s ability to perceive pain. It is a white to dark brown powder or tar-like substance. It can be injected into a vein or injected into a muscle, or smoked in a water pipe or standard pipe, mixed in a marijuana joint or regular cigarette, inhaled as smoke through a straw, known as “chasing the dragon,” snorted as powder via the nose. Other slang names used are: Big H, Blacktar, Brown sugar, Dope, Horse, Junk, Muc, Skag, Smac. This information was obtained from Please also see their website for more information.  

Slang Meaning of prannet

prannet means: A simpleminded individual with few social skills and even less intellectual capacity. In use very much the London equivalent of Pranny. For example, see verse from a song by Ian Dury (1977) called Billericay Dickie:: I'd redezvous with Janet Quite near the Isle Of Thanet She looked more like a gannet. She wasn't 'alf a prannet. Her mother tried to ban it Her father helped me plan it and when I captured Janet She bruised her Pomegranite (ed: I wonder if anyone would like to send me an MP3 of this? sounds interesting!)

Slang Meaning of pudd

pudd means: Semen. Used as in "It tastes like pudd", or "Look, he's got pudd all over his pants.", Can be a verb: "He pudded all over his bedspread watching porn!".

Slang Meaning of 77

77 means: Seven-up with vanilla ice cream

Slang Meaning of 40

40 means: 40 ounce of beer

Slang Meaning of CROSS TOPS

CROSS TOPS means: amphetamine

Slang Meaning of MUD

MUD means: heroin

Slang Meaning of throw shade

throw shade means: to talk negatively or spread rumors about someone

Slang Meaning of devilskin

devilskin means: hard case

Slang Meaning of hogwash

hogwash means: Nonsense. Look at him hotdogging for the hodads on the beach.

Slang Meaning of brass

brass means: money. From the 16th century, and a popular expression the north of England, e.g., 'where there's muck there's brass' which incidentally alluded to certain trades involving scrap, mess or waste which offered high earnings. This was also a defensive or retaliatory remark aimed at those of middle, higher or profesional classes who might look down on certain 'working class' entrepreneurs or traders. The 'where there's much there's brass' expression helped maintain and spread the populairity iof the 'brass' money slang, rather than cause it. Brass originated as slang for money by association to the colour of gold coins, and the value of brass as a scrap metal.

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