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G

gack

  • to killed, murder.

    Source: J W Jackson mysteries by Philip R Craig.
    John Doe gacked him.

    Last edited on Oct 16 2012. Submitted by Anonymous from Carleton College, Northfield, MN 55057, USA on Oct 25 2010.

  • displeasing.
    That film is gack.

    Last edited on Apr 10 2011. Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 09 2011.

  • A local Derry word describing a fool or someone who lacks common sense. "Yer man is a right gack".

    Last edited on Jul 06 2011. Submitted by Anonymous from Londonderry, Derry, UK on Jul 06 2011.

  • choke, as in making a mistake.

    I gacked playing that last hand (of cards).

    Last edited on Jan 27 2017. Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27 2017.

noun

  • the residue of a bong pipe. Belfast slang.

    Last edited on May 14 2011. Submitted by Anonymous on May 01 2011.

  • Any filth that resides in noticeable amounts. Such is found on restaurant condiments, public washroom handles and taps. eg. My dog always leaves a lot of gack on the rear windows of my car.

    Last edited on Apr 27 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 27 2014.

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L

lace

noun

  • another word for money.
    Got any lace on ya?

    Last edited on Dec 11 2013. Submitted by Chuck S. on Dec 11 2013.

verb

  • To BLESS or Bestowed upon with solid information. Compare with showing love. For example: Ric told Randy I'm about to [lace] you with some game that's gonna change this whole thang.

    Last edited on Jan 27 2017. Submitted by Jaye-Supreme on Jan 27 2017.

verb - transitive

  • to add drugs to food or drink.
    Who laced the punch?

    Last edited on Dec 11 2013. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Sep 09 2009.

  • to punch, strike.
    I'm gonna lace that guy.

    Last edited on Dec 11 2013. Submitted by Chuck S. on Dec 11 2013.

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LITT

expression

  • The original slang meaning is used to describe a person or persons that are experiencing euphoria from marijuana. Second meaning is used to describe an exciting event. Origin location: Lynwood Ca.
    Man!, Dre that orange cushion had me so [LITT] last night.

    Last edited on Jan 27 2017. Submitted by Jaye-Supreme on Jan 27 2017.

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Shepherd, get the flock out

expression

  • shepherd, get the flock out

    This is old military slang to advise to leave immediately. Shepherd, get the flock out of there, enemy armor spotted!

    Compare to runaway!

    Shepherd, get the flock out of that position!!!

    Last edited on Jan 27 2017. Submitted by Dr. P.D. Fisher on Jan 27 2017.

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