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Definition of DS



  • acronym for "dear son". Used to refer to one's son.
    DS threw a tantrum when I wouldn't buy him a new GI Joe toy.
    My ds took me to dinner last night for my birthday.

    Last edited on Nov 24 2013. Submitted by Nina C. from Nashville, TN, USA on Feb 16 2000.

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Definitions include: daughter; acronym for "dear daughter".
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Definitions include: acronym for "dear partner", i.e. one's unmarried significant other.
Definitions include: mother

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Definitions include: see nine-sided and son of a bitch.
Definitions include: acronym for "son of a bitch."
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Definitions include: shortened form of "son of a bitch".
Definitions include: "jerk"; "asshole".
Definitions include: friendly greeting, especially after not having seen someone in a long time.
Definitions include: a son of a whore.
Definitions include: plural of son of a bitch.

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