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Definition of a droog

droog

  • From the Russian word for friend-droga (masculine) padroga (feminine)

    Last edited on Apr 26 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 26 2013.

noun

  • gang member, friend. Origin: coined by Anthony Burgess for his famed novel "A Clockwork Orange" (1962).
    He's one cool droog of my crew.

    Last edited on Apr 27 2013. Submitted by Jack M. on Aug 26 2008.

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Other terms relating to 'friend, friends':

Definitions include: friend; "dude".
Definitions include: to have sex unprotected.
Definitions include: Also used as 'neezy' as in the phrase "Fo' sheezy my neezy."
Definitions include: One's good and trusted friend.
Definitions include: close companions whose friendship may contain romantic or sexual interest without an official commitment.
Definitions include: affectionate form of address or reference for one's significant other.
Definitions include: a very good, trusted friend, often from childhood; "homie"; "boy".
Definitions include: "Internet BFF", i.e. "Internet Best Friend(s) Forever".
Definitions include: a female travel-companion.
Definitions include: a female.
Definitions include: friend.
Definitions include: "home boy".
Definitions include: marijuana.
Definitions include: a friend.
Definitions include: alternate pronunciation of bro.

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Definitions include: crazy.
Definitions include: for sure.
Definitions include: a "rule" of the internet stating that for any conceivable thing or situation, pornography has been created that depicts it.
Definitions include: to defecate; "poop".
Definitions include: figuratively: to be extremely scared.
Definitions include: alcohol.
Definitions include: To dig in or crouch for the purpose of waiting out or avoiding an undesirable event or situation.
Definitions include: to have good things happen even though you don't deserve them, you never try, you have no talent and you suck.
Definitions include: a male with whom one has an intimate relationship.
Definitions include: a very strong cigarette.

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