12 (slang) Type: noun Pronunciation: /twel-v/ Related: Fuck 12, What does 12 mean? Police, cops or law enforcement. Synonyms: Feds, Popo, Pigs, Example sentence: “I hate when i’m driving in front of 12.” 12 in songs: “Brand new Chanels (Chanels), I scuffed ’em runnin’ from 12” – Takeoff, MotorSport. “I can tell if he 12, […]


40 (slang) Type: noun Pronunciation: /for-ty/ What does 40 mean? A weapon (handgun) with a .40 caliber. Synonyms: Choppa, Glizzy, Yoppa, Example sentence: “A lot of people use a 40 for self defense.” 40 in songs: “Got that 40, on me, yeah I got it on me” – Joe Trufant, 40. “Bitch I got the mac […]


A&R (acronym) Type: noun, industry Pronunciation: /a-n-r/ Plural: A&R’s What does A&R mean? Artists and repertoire. Synonyms: Manager, Producer, DJ, Example sentence: “I got these beats from my A&R at Foredise.” A&R in songs: “Before we had A&R‘s, we had AR’s too” – Jay-Z, Bam. “I got fame, my A&R’s a computer” – Childish Gambino, […]


AP (acronym) Type: noun, acronym Pronunciation: /A-P/ What does AP mean and stand for? Audemar Piguet Synonyms: Rolly, Example sentence: “He signed his deal and bought an AP, they’re made in Switzerland.” AP in songs: “Going to the jeweler, bust the AP, yeah (Bust it)” – Offset, Ric Flair Drip. “I see you nigga, this […]


Beef (slang) Type: noun Pronunciation: /Beef/ Related: Beefin’ What does Beef mean? To have a grudge or conflict with someone. Synonyms: Problems, Dispute Example sentence: “Rapper 6ix9ine and Trippie Redd have a ongoing beef.” Beef in songs: “And when there’s beef, I turn my enemies to memories.” -Meek Mill, Dreams and Nightmares (Intro). “But I’d […]


Blicky (slang) Type: noun Pronunciation: /Bl-icky/ Related: Blick, Blicks What does Blicky mean? A handgun. Synonyms: 40, Yoppa, Choppa, Glizzy Example sentence: “Neil didn’t want to leave the house until he found his blicky.” Blicky in songs: “Niggas iffy, uh, Blicky got the stiffy, uh Got the blicky, uh, drum it holds fifty, uh” – 6ix9ine, Gummo. “I […]

Blue Faces

Blue Faces (slang) Type: noun, money Pronunciation: /blu-fay-ces/ Singular: Blue Face What does Blue Faces mean? $100 bills. Synonyms: Benji, Stacks, C-Note, Guap, Cheese, Example sentence: “I’m going to the bank to pick up some blue faces.” Blue Faces in songs: “Something ’bout blue faces, I like money conversations” – A Boogie, No Promises. “Why […]


Boolin’ (slang) Type: adjective Pronunciation: /Bu-lin/ Also spelled: Booling Related: Bool What does Boolin’ mean? To be chilling. Synonyms: Dope, Tight, Coolin, Example sentence: “I was boolin’ with my OG last night.” Boolin’ in songs: “Me a horny goat, I’m boolin’ at the bull stop” – Young Thug, Best Friend. “Boolin’ with a thot-thot, she […]


Bread (slang) Type: noun Pronunciation: /br-ed/ Similar: Dough, What does Bread mean? Money. Synonyms: Guap, Cheese, Guala, Racks, Pesos, Cake Example sentence: “Wake up, it’s time to go get this bread.” Bread in songs: “What good is the bread if my niggas is broke?” – J. Cole, Middle Child. “Counting all this bread, I don’t […]


Broccoli (slang) Type: noun Pronunciation: /bruh-co-li/ What does Broccoli mean? Weed or Marijuana. Synonyms: Gas, Ganja, Reefer Coined by: E-40 Example sentence: “Aye, you got the broccoli bro? I wanna get high.” Broccoli in songs: “Told the doctor I’m a healthy kid, I smoke broccoli” – Kodak Black, No Flockin. “In the cut I’m rolling up my […]


C-note (slang) Type: noun Pronunciation: /c-no-t/ Plural: C-notes What does C-note mean? A $100 bill. Synonyms: Guap, Cheese, Guala, Racks, Cake, Benji, Origin: A note is a dollar bill. The C in C-note stands for “centum”, which means 100 in Latin. C also = 100 in Roman numerals. Example sentence: “I got a good deal on these kicks, it […]


Cake (slang) Type: noun, money Pronunciation: /k-ache/ Related: Caked What does Cake mean? Money. Synonyms: Guap, Cheese, Guala, Racks, Pesos, Example sentence: “Jeff Bezos is getting that cake.” Cake in songs: “Anna Mae, got cake by the pound (pound)” – Cardi B, Drip. “Ain’t gotta worry ’bout ’em commas ’cause my cake up (Cake)” – […]


Crib (slang) Type: noun Pronunciation: /cre·b/ A House. Synonyms: Home, Pad, In a sentence: “I just bought a new crib, my neighbors are racked up.” Crib in songs: “I just bought a crib, three stories; that bitch a trilogy” – Big Sean, I Don’t Fuck With You, 2014. “That leave a toothbrush at your crib […]

Day One

Day One (slang) Type: noun, phrase Pronunciation: /day-one/ Plural: Day Ones Also spelled: Day 1 What does Day One mean? Someone you’ve known since the beginning. Synonyms: Bestie, Homie, Slime, Example sentence: “I’ve known Ope since second grade, that’s my day one.” Day One in songs: “You ain’t my day one and I know you […]

Day Ones

Day Ones (noun) Type: slang Pronunciation: /day-ones/ Singular: Day One Also spelled: Day 1’s What does Day Ones mean? People you’ve known since the beginning. Synonyms: Gang, Homies, Best Friends, Slimes, Example sentence: “I’ve known the gang since second grade, those my day ones.” Day Ones in songs: “I got day ones and I got […]


Dough (slang) Type: noun Pronunciation: /d-oh/ Similar: Bread, What does Dough mean? Money. Synonyms: Guap, Cheese, Guala, Racks, Pesos, Cake, Cheddar Example sentence: “I had to hit a lick and come up on some dough.” Dough in songs: “We GBE dope boys, we got lots of dough, boy” – Chief Keef, Love Sosa. “My flow, […]


Drip (slang) Type: noun Pronunciation: /dri-p/ What does Drip mean? Swag. Synonyms: Fresh, Fly Example sentence: “He got too much Drip with that LV backpack.” Drip in songs: “Ric Flair Drip, go “woo” on a bitch” – Offset, Ric Flair Drip. “I gave ’em the drip, they sucked it up, I got ’em moanin’.” – […]


Function (slang) Type: noun Pronunciation: /funk-tion/ Related: The Function Plural: Functions What does Function mean? A party. Synonyms: Event, Kickback, Example sentence: “He met his manager at a halloween function.” Function in songs: “‘Bout to turn this function to Bonnaroo” – Travis Scott, Sicko Mode. “Function on fire, burn the roof off this mothafucka” – […]

G Fazos

G Fazos (slang) Type: noun Pronunciation: /g-phase-o’s/ Also spelled: G-Fazos What does G Fazos mean? Nike Air Force 1’s shoes. Synonyms: Kicks, Coined by: G-Herbo Example sentence: “Don’t get the G Fazos dirty, walk light and keep them white.” G Fazos in songs: “Do your thing just don’t step on these all white G Fazos” […]


Gas (slang) Type: noun, adjective Pronunciation: /g-ass/ What does Gas mean? 1. Weed and/or Marijuana. (noun) 2. Something very good. (adjective) Synonyms: Broccoli, Ganja, Reefer, Fire, Pack, Example sentence: “He brought gas to the yo, you can smell it in the hallway.” Gas in songs: “Smokin’ flocka, you a jackass, all I smoke is gas” […]


GOAT(slang) Type: noun, acronym Pronunciation: /go-oht/ Also spelled: G.O.A.T Plural: GOATS Related: The GOAT What does GOAT mean and stand for? Greatest of All Time. Coined by: LL Cool J Example sentence: “Michael Jordan is a GOAT.” GOAT in songs: “Say I’m the goat, act like I don’t know” – DaBaby, Suge. “I never call […]


Guap (slang) Type: noun, money Pronunciation: /gua-p/ Similar: Guala, Guapanese What does Guap mean? Money. Synonyms: Bread, Cheese, Guala, Racks, Pesos, Cake Example sentence: “The check just cleared, I got the guap.“ Guap in songs: “Hold up, take a moment, count my guap, count my guap” – Trippie Redd, Dark Knight Gummo. “Hug a knot, […]


Kicks (slang) Type: noun Pronunciation: /k-icks/ What does Kicks mean? Shoes or sneakers. Example sentence: “Are those the new Yeezys? I like your kicks.” Kicks in songs: “With my sidekicks rocking fly kicks” – The Notorious B.I.G., Party and Bullshit. “Keep her hair tied up, big bamboos, Mike Jordan kicks” – Kendrick Lamar, Tammy’s Song […]


Lingo (slang) Type: noun Pronunciation: /lin-go/ What does Lingo mean? The language, word style, speech, jargon, or slang, used by a person or group. Synonyms: Slang, Vocabulary Example sentence: “New York has their own type of lingo.” Lingo in songs: “The lingo start to sound like we talkin’ in code” – Drake, Views. “People walk […]


R&B (acronym) Type: noun, industry Pronunciation: /r-n-b/ What does R&B mean? Rhythm and Blues. Synonyms: Rap, Hip-Hop, Manager, Producer, DJ, Coined by: Jerry Wexler Origin: R&B started in the late 1940s as a term to describe African American popular music. “Rhythm & Blues” was coined by Jerry Wexler in 1947, to replace the demeaning name […]


Stan (slang) Type: verb, noun Pronunciation: /st-an/ What does Stan mean? A stalker fan or super obsessive fan. Synonyms: Stalker Coined by: Eminem Origin: “Stan” was coined and popularized in 2000 by Eminem when he released his single “Stan” off his Grammy-winning album The Marshall Mathers LP. Throughout the song Eminem rapped from the point-of-view of an […]

The 6

The 6 (slang) Type: noun, location Pronunciation: /the-6/ Also spelled: The Six Related: OVO, What does The 6 mean? Nickname for Toronto, Canada Coined by: Drake Example sentence: “I just booked a flight to the 6 for OVO fest.” The 6 in songs: “I was runnin’ through the 6 with my woes” – Drake, Know […]

The Yo

The Yo (slang) Type: noun Pronunciation: /the-yo/ What does The Yo mean? A recording studio. Synonyms: Studio, Booth, Example sentence: “The album’s almost done, we’re recording the rest in the yo this week.” The Yo in songs: “I be sittin’ in the ‘yo when they hatin’” – Future, Servin Killa Kam. “Hit the yo, smoke […]


Whip (slang) Type: noun & verb, cars Pronunciation: /W-hip/ Plural: Whips What does Whip mean? 1. A car. (noun) Synonyms: Space Coupe, Ride, Example sentence: “Let’s take a ride in the whip.” 2. Cook. (verb) Synonyms: Chef, Example sentence: “I’m going to whip a lobster Mac & Cheese” Whip in songs: “Brand new whip got […]


Whips (slang) Type: noun, cars Pronunciation: /W-hips/ Singular: Whip What does Whips mean? A lot of Cars. Synonyms: Rides, Vehicles, Example sentence: “Lil Uzi Vert has more than four whips.” Whips in songs: “Mayonnaise colored Benz, I push Miracle Whips” – Kanye West, Last Call. “Tell Obama that my verses are just like the whips that […]


Woo (slang) Type: noun, gang Pronunciation: /Wu/ What does Woo mean? Woo is a New York gang  Synonyms: Bloods, Crips, Choo Coined by: Pop Smoke Origin: Brooklyn, New York Example sentence: “Look at that boy Pop Smoke, he woo.” Woo in songs: “Baby girl, come and meet the woo” – Pop Smoke, Meet the Woo. […]