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B

b-boy

  • also: bboy, often capitalized: B-Boy, BBoy. Short for break boy, as in someone who dances during the break part of a record, the break being the part in the song where all the other instruments drop out and only the percussion remains. The original term for "breakdancer" or "breaker", later briefly used to describe any practitioner or fan of HipHop, a HipHopper, a person who belongs to the HipHop subculture, lives the HipHop lifestyle, current usage is reserved only for practitioners of bboying or "breakdancing", sometimes extended to practitioners of the related dances encompassing the "funk styles" which is not technically bboying but shares a symbiotic relationship with bboying, also a type of human or human-like character in graffiti art. alternative etymologies include: Bronx boy, boogie boy, also break boy with an alternative definition for "break". bboy can also be used as a verb.

    Last edited on Apr 25 2020. Submitted by JeloRocSki on Apr 25 2020.

noun

origin

  • Abbreviated form of "break-boy".

    Last edited on Jul 27 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 26 2013.

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Cuntsucker

noun

  • derogatory term, insult. Compare with cocksucker
    Fuck off! Ya dirty cuntsucker!

    Last edited on Apr 25 2020. Submitted by JackME on Apr 25 2020.

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earl

  • To vomit.
    He drank too much and earled all over my leather sofa!
    • See more words with the same meaning: to vomit.

    Last edited on Nov 01 2002. Submitted by Tierre T. from Minneapolis, MN, USA on Nov 01 2002.

  • to puke, vomit after drinking
    • See more words with the same meaning: to vomit.

    Last edited on Nov 09 2004. Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 09 2004.

verb

  • to puke, to vomit, especially after drinking alcohol. Probably phonetic homonym from hurl, slang from hurl, or as spoken with an accent.
                                                                

    Citation from "N.W.A. And The Posse, 1987 Priority Records, LLC", YouTube, 8 Ball N.W.A., May 11, 2017 censored in hope of resolving Google's penalty against this site.
    Yo, man, you see Eazy earlin' in tha parking lot?

    Last edited on Apr 25 2020. Submitted by JeloRocSki on Apr 25 2020.

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G

gangster

  • also: gangsta. originally meant gang member, or one who represented a gangster lifestyle, later became a term to describe things that a gangster would be into, like, do or say, and eventually became gentrified and "smurfized" to mean just about anything the speaker thinks is cool, neat, awesome, groovy, gnarly, etc., originally popularized by west coast (U.S.A.) street culture, especially Los Angeles, and brought into the mainstream by Gangsta Rap music & HipHop culture. N.W.A. was one of the first groups to popularize the term outside of L.A. gang culture; gangsta/gangster also describes an assertive attitude towards getting shit done.
    Now, that's gangsta!
    That fool ain't no gangster.

    Last edited on Apr 25 2020. Submitted by JeloRocSki on Apr 25 2020.

adjective

  • tight or fun.
    That party was gangsta, dog.

    Last edited on Jun 15 2013. Submitted by Jazzy from Los Angeles, CA, USA on Jan 22 2002.

  • cool, awesome, excellent.
    Damn boy, that beat is gangster.
    Oh, your shoes look gangsta dawg.
    That car looks gangsta sittin' on 24 inch dubs.
    That chicken was gangsta!

    Last edited on Nov 16 2011. Submitted by Vandul from Miami, FL, USA on Apr 08 2002.

  • with hip-hop fashions, e.g. gold-capped teeth, wearing matching shoes, shirt, hat, and do-rag.
    That nigga gots mad gangsta braids.

    Last edited on Oct 25 2011. Submitted by Jimmy D. from Queens Village, NY, USA on May 29 2002.

  • tough and feared.
    Oh shit, watch out, this nigga is gangsta.

    Last edited on Oct 25 2011. Submitted by Jimmy D. from Queens Village, NY, USA on May 29 2002.

  • appealing to the eye.
    Hey, these ceramic tiles are gangsta.
    Yo that whip is mad gangster.

    Last edited on Oct 25 2011. Submitted by Jimmy D. from Queens Village, NY, USA on May 29 2002.

  • very entertaining.
    That show was gangstar.

    Last edited on Mar 19 2014. Submitted by Freddy F. from CA 91423, USA on Dec 18 2002.

  • gang-related.

    Last edited on Mar 19 2014. Submitted by Joe B. from Columbus, OH, USA on Dec 30 2005.

  • ghetto.

    Last edited on Mar 19 2014. Submitted by Joe B. from Columbus, OH, USA on Dec 30 2005.

  • cool or nice, generally appealing.
    That outfit is so gangsta.

    Last edited on Oct 25 2011. Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 08 2006.

  • any cold-blooded act of violence committed by someone for the purpose of either revenge, spite, or as a threat.
    It was gangsta how he slapped the shit out of that dude when he didn't tell him what he wanted to know.
    A "gangsta" (gangster) is usually a killer, a thug or a hoodlum who has no regard for the law or even other people's lives. Someone who takes over by force. Something that is or someone who is "gangsta" (gangster) poses a threat to people's lives.
    He does whatever he wants - he's gangsta with it.

    Last edited on Mar 19 2014. Submitted by The Last Don on Aug 30 2011.

noun

  • a thug.

    Last edited on Nov 16 2011. Submitted by Jazzy from Los Angeles, CA, USA on Jan 22 2002.

  • a thug or someone who is highly looked upon.
    Damn it feels good to be a gangster.

    Last edited on Mar 19 2014. Submitted by Mark B. from Eau Claire, WI, USA on Sep 24 2002.

  • a male friend. Also "G".
    Person A: What's up, gangsta?

    Person B: Not much, G.

    Last edited on Oct 25 2011. Submitted by Russell L. from New York, NY, USA on Sep 17 2004.

  • a member of an urban street gang.

    Last edited on Oct 25 2011. Submitted by Russell L. from New York, NY, USA on Sep 17 2004.

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kick rocks

verb

  • to go away, to get kicked out
    If ya don't like it then kick rocks.

    Last edited on Apr 25 2013. Submitted by Cyndi from CA, USA on Mar 03 2000.

  • to leave or exit.
    Hey y'all, I'm 'bout to kick rocks.

    Last edited on Apr 25 2013. Submitted by Alicia from Mountain View, CA, USA on Nov 25 2001.

  • used in the imperative as a signal of angry dismissal.
    No you can't come, go kick rocks!

    Last edited on Apr 25 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 25 2013.

  • request for another to stop speaking on the current idea or thought that is being discussed at the time.
    No one wants to hear your complaining, kick rocks!

    Last edited on Apr 25 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 25 2013.

  • a sarcastic no.
    Can you ride in my new car? Kick rocks!

    Last edited on Apr 25 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 25 2013.

  • imperative to tell someone to leave, get out, in a figurative or literal sense; a critical dismissal of someone's idea(s) or otherwise dismissive sentiment towards an individual or group. an insult. used contemptibly or sarcastically. probably derived from the idea that lonely/sad/upset people are traditionally depicted as literally kicking rocks, especially after being rejected by their friends or others.
    I wish that fool would kick rocks.

    Last edited on Apr 25 2020. Submitted by JeloRocSki on Apr 25 2020.

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R

rude boy

noun

  • Listeners of ska style music, they usually dress in two-tone colors. Origin: early Jamaica.
    Those rude boys dress real weird.

    Last edited on Oct 07 2012. Submitted by joe m. from FL, USA on May 07 1998.

  • also: rudeboy, rudebwoy, rudebway, rudie, et al., a Jamaican term for gangster, used in a similar way as American gangsta. a gang member, a "badman", a person who carries himself like a gangster. Also used in England, influenced by Jamaican immigrants and popularized by Dancehall Reggae music and Ragga/Raggamuffin music as well as in the Ska subculture with a related but different meaning, a fan of Ska music, especially one who dresses in a specific style.
    Dem a nuh rude boy.

    Last edited on Apr 25 2020. Submitted by JeloRocSki on Apr 25 2020.

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studio gangster

noun

  • A gangster rapper who is not a real gangster, someone who raps about the gangster lifestyle but is not a gangster, they don't belong to a gang nor represent the lifestyle in their personal life, someone who is soft in reality but acts hard in the studio, or on record. Compare with wannabe; faker.
    That fool only bangs on wax, he's ain't nothin' but a studio gangster.

    Last edited on Apr 25 2020. Submitted by JeloRocSki on Apr 25 2020.

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