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loan shark

noun

  • a person who loans money at extremely high interest rates.

    Last edited on Mar 10 2011. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Aug 11 2009.

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lobby

  • a hangout
    L'm in da lobby were yat.

    Last edited on Feb 29 2016. Submitted by ybk on Feb 29 2016.

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LOBNH

adjective

  • acronym for "lights on but nobody home", an insulting notation used by doctors in the UK on medical charts.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

    Citation from "Doctor slang is a dying art", BBC News, 18 August 2003 censored in hope of resolving Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Jul 05 2010. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Mar 23 2010.

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lobotomy

noun

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lobster

noun

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loc

adjective

noun

  • a gangster.

    Last edited on Jun 16 2005. Submitted by Richard C. from Oakland, CA, USA on Jun 16 2005.

  • Loc

    Shortened form of "location". Used as a quick term/slang. Generally when speaking about cruising in cars or scouting street race locations.

    "Do you want to go scout some locs for a night ride with the crew?"

    "I'll ping you a loc where we can touge tonight"

    Last edited on Aug 06 2018. Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 06 2018.

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local

noun

  • The pub near to one's house at which one is a regular.
    My local is closed tonight. I don't know where to go.
    Person 1: Where are you tonight?

    Person 2: My local.

    Last edited on Nov 17 2018. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Nov 17 2018.

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local yokel

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loc'd out

  • "locals only" + "out", where the "out" is used to amplify the word preceding and connote casualness. ("Out" being a popular modifier in Californian slang to add emphasis, e.g., "Trip Out", "Far Out" "Way Out", "Played Out".) Something special that is not widely accessed, as in a loc-d out route to get to the airport fast during traffic, a loc-d out beach that is beautiful and isolated, etc. Origin: California.
    Look at this traffic, we need to find a loc-ed out route.

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Jennie D. from CA, USA on May 19 2002.

expression

  • Loc'd out was proliferated as a term by one DJ Craze. Crazy in spanish is loco; Craze's remixes are "loc'd out" ie. Crazy!

    Last edited on Sep 20 2012. Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 20 2012.

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