Definition of trustafarian
- kids with dreadlocks, hippie buses, and large trust funds that enable them to follow bands around the county.
Our section at the Phish show was full of trustafarians.
Last edited on Feb 09 1999. Submitted by Meaghan O'Malley from Hampton, NH, USA
on Feb 09 1999.
- A young, suburban would-be-Rastafarian who relies heavily on his/her wealthy parents for financial support.
Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by Morgan R. from Boston, MA, USA
on Sep 11 2002.
- A "Rastafarian" with a trust fund, i.e. a rich kid who smokes marijuana, expresses pseudo-neo-hippie ideas, etc.
He dropped out of prep school to become a trustafarian.
Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by Eli C. from New York, NY, USA
on Feb 26 2003.
- One who gives the appearance of living the hippie lifestyle but is living off mommy and daddy's money
Last edited on Aug 15 2003. Submitted by timothy m.
on Aug 15 2003.
Slang terms with the same meaning
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|Definitions include: to be legitimate, trustworthy, moral, etc.|
|Definitions include: a person who has not had their first kiss or has never French kissed.|
|Definitions include: To put great effort into something, esp. in a physical sense.|
|Definitions include: prefix applied to another word.|
|Definitions include: See bullshit.|
|Definitions include: When you hang something on a wall like a picture or poster and it is not plumb.|
|Definitions include: See fuck around.|
|Definitions include: Cocaine, "also yeo, yo-head etc."|
|Definitions include: ['wampam] n. money , from American Idian word.|
|Definitions include: a cigarette rolling paper.|
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