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1942 (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /nine-teen-forty-two/ What does 1942 mean? Don Julio 1942 liquor. More alcohol: Henny, Bubbly Example sentence: “On my birthday we’re only drinking 1942.” 1942 in songs: “1942 in my section, no Remy, Took JT out the city” – Lil Uzi Vert, Lo Mein. “Make that thing sing like Sade, 1942, […]


7-eleven (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /seven-e-lev-en/ Also spelled or known as: Seven-eleven, 7 11, 7-eleven, 7 eleven What does 7-eleven mean? A popular convenience store. 7-eleven Synonyms: 7-11 Example sentence: “I bought these drinks at 7-eleven.” 7-eleven in songs: “Fuck money and bitches, that’s all that we know, No AM to PM in 7-Eleven” […]

Air max

Air max (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /air-max/ Also spelled or known as: Air-max Plural: Air max’s What does Air max mean? Nike Air Max shoes. Example sentence: “He was wearing an air max shoe in the music video.” Air max in songs: “IPhone and iPad, Air Max, and my gat Left hand got ten […]


ASCAP (music) Type: noun, acronym Pronunciation: /as-cap/ What does ASCAP mean? American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers. Similar to ASCAP: BMI, SESAC, SoundExchange Example sentence: “I don’t have BMI, i used ASCAP.” ASCAP in songs: “Broke ass, ASCAP go straight to my baby” – YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Jump. “I’m just a money makin’ […]


Auto-Tune (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /aut-oh-toon/ Also spelled: Auto tune, Autotune Related: DOA What does Auto-Tune mean? Pitch correction to enhance singing vocals. Example sentence: “T-Pain claims he invented auto-tune.” Auto-Tune in songs: “I’m sick of you bein’ wack And still usin’ that mothafuckin’ Auto-Tune” – Eminem, Killshot. “Dash of auto-tune so y’all can […]


Bacardi Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /bar-car-dee/ Also spelled or known as: BACARDÍ What does Bacardi mean? A brand of rum alcohol. Example sentence: “All the girls want to drink Barcardi tonight.” Bacardi in songs: “Locked up, they swinging they knifes I can’t be living this life No more Bacardi, alright” – Kodak Black, Calling My […]


Bape (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /bay-ape/ Related: Bapestas What does Bape mean and stand for? Bathing Ape; A clothing line and company created by Nigo. Similar to Bape: Supreme, Santa Durag Example sentence: “I pulled up drenched in bape.” Bape in songs: “I be on that Bape shit, you rocking Quiksilver” – Yung Lean, […]


BMI (music) Type: noun, acronym Pronunciation: /B-M-I/ What does BMI mean and stand for? Broadcast Music, Inc. Similar to BMI: ASCAP, SESAC, SoundExchange Example sentence: “A lot of producers use BMI.” BMI in songs: “Warner to Chappell to BMI, I’m just rollin’ the dice” – Rick Ross, Supreme. “She asked how much publishing I made […]


Citgo (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /sit-go/ What does Citgo mean? 1. A gas station. 2. Gas; Marijuana. Citgo Synonyms: Budda, Gas, Reefer, Herb, Pot, Mary Jane, Ganja, Broccoli, OG Kush, Pack, Zaza, Green, Tree, Doja, Fire, Dro, Kush, Buddah, Weed Example sentence: “I got that Citgo for sale.” Citgo in songs: “I buy you […]


Clarks (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /klarks/ What does Clarks mean? A British shoe brand. Example sentence: “I was styling in my Clarks.” Clarks in songs: “Amazed by their beauty marks, Wonder Woman bracelets Knee-high boots that was made by Clarks” – Ghostface Killah, Angelz. “The kids be rocking Clarks where I’m from You turn […]


FIFA (acronym) Type: noun, acronym Pronunciation: /fee-fa/ What does FIFA mean and stand for? Federal International of Football Association. Example sentence: “Nigeria will win a FIFA World Cup one day.” FIFA in songs: “Heard I got guap, wanna kick it like FIFA” – Lil Wayne, Dick Pleaser. “How I go from selling reefer and plates, […]


Kangol (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /kan-gohl/ What does Kangol mean? A British headwear brand. Example sentence: “I let my shorty wear my kangol hat.” Kangol in songs: “They askin’, “Who I?” in front of that triangle black That’s that guy that come with the side kangol hat” – Daylyt, W.R.O.H. “Mold your bitch like […]


Mossberg (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /moss-berg/ Also spelled or known as: Moss berg, Moss-berg What does Mossberg mean? O.F. Mossberg & Sons; A firearm brand of shotguns. Mossberg Synonyms: Shotty Example sentence: “He got hit with the Mossberg.” Mossberg in songs: “Fell in the love with the block, I ain’t have no pop, just […]


Nobu (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /no-boo/ What does Nobu mean? A very fancy and popular Japanese restaurant. Example sentence: “Kanye West eats at Nobu a lot.” Nobu in songs: “If you a player in the game, this should hold you And man shout my nigga Game he just rolled through Eatin’ crab out in […]


Nyquil (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /ny-kwill/ What does Nyquil mean? A cold medicine for sleep. Example sentence: “I have a cold, i need Nyquil.” Nyquil in songs: “On the grind like copin’, no time to bring the dope in But this Nyquil got me feeling lit” – Logic, Innermission. “Real country-ass nigga, let me […]


Off-White (brand) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /off-white/ Also spelled or known as: Off White, OffWhite What does Off-White mean? A popular luxury fashion brand. Similar to Off-White: Palace, Stussy, Pyrex, Balenciaga, Vetements, Supreme, Gucci, Celine, Wear Holiday Founded by: Virgil Abloh Example sentence: “Lil Uzi Vert was wearing the Off-White jacket.” Off-White in songs: “This […]

Remy Martin

Remy Martin (brand) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /rem-e-mart-in/ Also spelled or known as: Rémy Martin Related: Remy What does Remy Martin mean? A brand of Cognac. Remy Martin Synonyms: Remy Example sentence: “I got us a bottle of Remy Martin for tonight.” Remy Martin in songs: “Rollin’ on them beanz, Remy Martin got me walkin’ […]


Roscoes (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /ros-coes/ Also spelled or known as: Roscoe’s Singular: Roscoe What does Roscoes mean? 1. A popular chicken restaurant on the West Coast. 2. Revolvers. Roscoes Synonyms: Pocket Rockets, Hand tings, Hand cannons, Yoppas, Dracos, 40, Glizzies, Sticks, .50s, Dicks, Rods, Irons, Shotties, Kronzes, Handtings, Toasters, Pumps, Swammys Example sentence: […]


SESAC (music) Type: noun, acronym Pronunciation: /see-sak/ What does SESAC mean and stand for? Society of European Stage Authors and Composers. What is SESAC? Founded in 1930, SESAC is an invite-only Performing Rights Organization that represents and collects royalties for the world’s biggest songwriters, composers and music publishers. in the United States. SESAC Website: www.sesac.com Similar […]


Southpole (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /south-pohl/ Also known or spelled as: South Pole, South-Pole What does Southpole mean? An urban clothing brand. Similar to Southpole: FUBU, Tru Religion, Kani Example sentence: “She told me I was dripping in Southpole.” Southpole in songs: “On my North Pole shit While you on your rockin’ Southpole when […]

Three stripes

Three stripes (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /3-stripes/ Also spelled or known as: Three-stripes, Threestripes, 3 stripes, 3-stripes What does Three stripes mean? Adidas shoes. Three stripes Synonyms: 3 Stripes Example sentence: “Tell mom to get the shoes with the three stripes.” Three stripes in songs: “Three stripes on my whole team, I stay branded” […]


YMCA (acronym) Type: noun, acronym Pronunciation: /y-m-c-a/ Also spelled or known as: Y.M.C.A., The Y Related: The Y What does YMCA mean and stand for? Young Men’s Christian Association. Example sentence: “We be balling at the YMCA.” YMCA in songs: “Only time it was YMCA was when we was hoopin’” – A$AP Rocky, Masquerade. “I […]