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Definition of ku

ku

adjective

verb - intransitive

  • Kill you. Both letters are capitalized. Extremely offensive.

    Last edited on Feb 14 2015. Submitted by Anonymous from Sacramento, CA, USA on Feb 14 2015.

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Definitions include: to acquire.
Definitions include: a person who acts like they know everything but actually knows nothing.
Definitions include: See fam.
Definitions include: acronym for "pointy-haired boss".
Definitions include: a shortened form of retard.
Definitions include: abbreviated form of "shits and giggles".
Definitions include: acronym for "bulletin board system".
Definitions include: as an expression of mock concern, it stands for Too darn Bad.
Definitions include: "have".
Definitions include: "okay".
Definitions include: variant of "LOL" (i.e. "laugh out loud".)
Definitions include: to insult.
Definitions include: variant of "tight".
Definitions include: Standard American English doesn't have a 2nd person plural personal pronoun, so "y'all" is sometimes used to fill this gap.
Definitions include: acronym for "dangerous sperm build-up."

Other terms relating to 'good, okay, cool, awesome, fun':

Definitions include: really good, attractive, or just cool.
Definitions include: Most uses of "shit" also work with "crap", except where noted below.
Definitions include: exclamation of positive sentiment (excitement, pleasure, etc.)
Definitions include: a tough person or rebel.
Definitions include: acronym of "bad-ass."
Definitions include: something or someone that is cool; tight.
Definitions include: of good quality. Also used to describe something that one is proud of.
Definitions include: very good; excellent; "cool"; "awesome".
Definitions include: "cool", "phat".
Definitions include: the best; very good.
Definitions include: "ill", i.e. very good.
Definitions include: very good, excellent; "cool".
Definitions include: great; "awesome"; "cool".
Definitions include: to decorate, enhance, make pretty.
Definitions include: very good, excellent; "cool", "awesome".

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Other terms relating to 'cool':

Definitions include: Origin: The Fly Girls.
Definitions include: very good, excellent, interesting, fun, etc.
Definitions include: exclamation of positive sentiment; "Cool!"
Definitions include: phrase used to indicate that something is very good, excellent, "cool".
Definitions include: phrase used to indicate that something is very good, excellent, "cool".
Definitions include: a person acting cool, in the "nonchalant" sense of "cool".
Definitions include: to stop being angry.
Definitions include: reform school
Definitions include: jail or prison.
Definitions include: most cool.
Definitions include: the state of being cool.
Definitions include: making fun of someone that did something stupid.
Definitions include: to stop.
Definitions include: Used to indicate an extreme like for something.
Definitions include: to stop being angry.

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