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Definition of blingin


  • To look nice or appear to have large cash flow.
    He is strait blingin.

    Last edited on Nov 30 1999. Submitted by Niki from SC, USA on Nov 30 1999.

  • iced or fully loaded with diamonds.
    His watch was blinging.

    Last edited on Jan 04 2000. Submitted by Karis B. from NC, USA on Jan 04 2000.

  • Jewelry that is big, expensive, full of diamonds or gold, etc.
    That ice (diamonds) is blingin!

    Last edited on Jun 14 2011. Submitted by Anna from USA on Nov 18 2001.

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Definitions include: shiny, used to describe jewelry.
Definitions include: any expensive, flashy, or shiny jewelry, usually gold or silver, esp. bracelets, chains, earrings.
Definitions include: to display bling-bling.
Definitions include: see bling bling.
Definitions include: stylish.
Definitions include: An aggregate grouping or series of stylized printings, fonts, icons, emoticons, avatars, proverbs, etc., usually found at the end of an e-mail message uniquely identifying and personifying the sender.
Definitions include: a Rolex watch.

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