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Definition of tude

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Definitions include: weird/not bright character. old medical slang: abbreviation of "god only really knows."
Definitions include: acronym for "better known as".
Definitions include: hole between a hockey goalie's legs.
Definitions include: metaphorically, a person with "thick skin" is able to handle criticism.
Definitions include: to go off of a drop-off without jumping or even trying to lift off, and with just enough speed but not zooming; applies to mountain biking, snowboarding, skiing, probably other such sports.
Definitions include: See in the heck.
Definitions include: the wife to a man considered "lion", or one's wife or girlfriend.
Definitions include: very displeasing; "horrible".
Definitions include: fellatio.
Definitions include: a mixture of cocaine and heroin to be injected.

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