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Definition of Melv


  • a loser, dweeb, nerd, social outcast. Somewho doesn't have many friends. Also someone who smokes marijuana regularly; "stoner".
    That kid is a melv.

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Ashley from Birmingham, UK on Jan 23 2003.

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