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Barney

noun

  • the police.
    Keep an eye out for Barney.
    That Barney busted up our party.

    Last edited on Feb 24 1999. Submitted by Justin A. from Fresno, CA, USA on Feb 24 1999.

  • a heated discussion or argument.
    Your Mam and Dad were having a real Barney last night.

    Last edited on Nov 14 1999. Submitted by Leigh S. from Longnewton, Stockton-on-Tees, UK on Nov 14 1999.

  • an unusually loud or violent argument.
    He had a barney with his mate.

    Last edited on Feb 22 2000. Submitted by tom m. from Brisbane, QLD, Australia on Feb 22 2000.

  • an ungainly, awkward newcomer to surfing -- unschooled in proper etiquette, apparel and technique; WANNABE. Formerly "hodad" (1960's), "nerd" (1970s) and "wally" (1980's.)
    That beach is overrun with Barneys.

    Last edited on Mar 03 2000. Submitted by Chris P. from CH Hill Rd, Lincoln Park, NJ 07035, USA on Mar 03 2000.

  • an unattractive male.
    He is such a Barney.

    Last edited on Jul 30 2007. Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30 2007.

  • Someone You Love or have a deep affection for Synonyms may include Babe,Bad e.t.c E.g I Love You Barney

    Last edited on Feb 15 2015. Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 15 2015.

noun - uncountable

  • trouble. Origin: British. Most likely originated as a rhyming phrase: "trouble" -- "Barney Rubble" and later shortened. (Barney Rubble is a character from the Flintstones cartoon.)
    We're gonna be in deep Barney.

    Last edited on Jul 24 2010. Submitted by Karl from Chicago, IL, USA on Sep 08 2002.

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Barney-style

adverb

  • simplified; put in terms that a child would understand. Derived from the once popular children's television show Barney and Friends in which all things were simple. Popular military slang in the 1990s.
    Let me explain it Barney-style...
    I don't understand. Break it down Barney-style.

    Last edited on Dec 03 2013. Submitted by Andrea S. from Oceanside, CA, USA on Sep 08 2004.

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barnpot

noun

  • someone who is idiot, unintelligent.
    Get to it, you barnpot!

    Last edited on May 11 2016. Submitted by bahaa shaban from Cairo, Egypt on May 11 2016.

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barnshoot

noun

  • Corruption of "bahine ka chut" which means "sister's cunt" in Hindi. Abusive term for a person one does not like. British military slang from the time British troops served in India. Also "banchoot".

    Last edited on Mar 02 2013. Submitted by Dick Wright-Upham from Wellington, New Zealand on Jan 06 2011.

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barrel

  • to move very quickly, especially through something.
    We were barreling through the streets in the taxi.

    Last edited on Mar 18 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on Mar 05 2013.

  • A large alcoholic drink or beer. Another name for a keg.
    We gonna get a barrel this weekend?

    Last edited on Mar 06 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Mar 06 2013.

  • Another name for getting smashed or wasted.
    Hell yeah lets get barreled!

    Last edited on Mar 06 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Mar 06 2013.

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barrel of assholes

noun - uncountable

  • About as atrocious as can be, e.g. She's uglier than a barrel of assholes! He's dumber than a barrel of assholes!

    Last edited on Apr 18 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 18 2014.

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barrel of smashed assholes

noun

  • Beyond totally atrocious.

    "That fat spoiled cushion is uglier than 10 barrels of smashed assholes and she smells just as bad!"
    That stupid Rob Wilco is dumber than a barrel of smashed assholes!

    Last edited on Apr 18 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 18 2014.

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Barrio

  • Spanish slang: "neighborhood". I'm down for my barrio.

    Last edited on Aug 31 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 31 2014.

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Barry

adjective

  • "shocker", meaning "bad". From Australian rhyming slang: "Barry Crocker" / "shocker".

    Last edited on Dec 29 2010. Submitted by Rocket from Brisbane, QLD, Australia on Aug 01 2009.

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