Big up

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Big up (slang) Type: phrase, slang, UK Pronunciation: /big-up/ Also spelled or known as: Big-up, Bigup What does Big up mean? A phrase said to show respect, regard, or give credit to someone or something. Big up Synonyms: Shoutout Example sentence: “Big up my guy don from bringing the buckie.” Big up in songs: “Big […]

Birded

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Birded (slang) Type: verb, slang, UK Pronunciation: /bird-ed/ What does Birded mean? To be in jail or prison. Birded Synonyms: Penned, Locked up Example sentence: “Free my dawg who’s birded.” Birded in songs: “Max kept it quiet aswell, now they’re both in jail and they just got birded” – Central Cee, Ruby. “I grew up […]

Birms

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Birms (slang) Type: noun, slang, UK Pronunciation: /burms/ Related: Brummie What does Birms mean? Birmingham, England. Birms Synonyms: Brum, Birmz Example sentence: “I’m going back to the Birms in the morning.” Birms in songs: “Came back from Birms I was looking to touch Manny” – 23 Unofficial, Quiet Storm. “Yeah got a ting from Birms […]

Birmz

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Birmz (slang) Type: noun, slang, UK Pronunciation: /burms/ Related: Brummie What does Birmz mean? Birmingham, England. Birmz Synonyms: Brum, Birms Example sentence: “We had dinner in Birmz.” Birmz in songs: “We don’t fuck with nerds on this Had to get the hardest act from Birmz on this” – JJ Esko, Active. “You can call this […]

Bloke

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Bloke (slang) Type: noun, slang, UK Pronunciation: /bloak/ What does Bloke mean? A man. Example sentence: “She say she want a bloke.” Bloke in songs: “Am I shallow ’cause all my clothes designer? Uh Dressed smart like a London bloke” – Kanye West, American Boy. “Took both pills when the bloke in the trench coat” […]

BMT

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BMT (acronym) Type: noun, acronym, slang, UK Pronunciation: /b-m-t/ Also spelled or known as: B.M.T., B-M-T What does BMT mean? Big Man Ting. Example sentence: “We going to Birms next week for a BMT.” BMT in songs: “On my Hotline Bling, I’m kind of wavey BMT, you don’t know me” – R.S., Fire in the […]

Bogie

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Bogie (slang) Type: noun, slang, UK Pronunciation: /bo-gee/ Also spelled or known as: Bogey What does Bogie mean? A cigarette. Bogie Synonyms: Bogey, Cancer stick, Short, Nicotine, Nikki Example sentence: “We smoked a bogie after the show.” Bogie in songs: “Man, I’ll smoke a bogie backwards with a thumb up like, “It’s fine” – El-P, […]

Brix

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Brix Type: noun, slang, UK Pronunciation: /brixx/ Also spelled or known as: The Brix What does Brix mean? Brixton, a district in South London. Example sentence: “I can’t wait to come back to the Brix.” Brix in songs: “Like, ‘how that nigga snitch?’ Who am I kidding man, than nigga from the Brix” – 67, […]

Bruck back

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Bruck back (slang) Type: noun, slang, UK Pronunciation: /bruck-back/ Also spelled or known as: Bruck-back, Bruckback What does Bruck back mean? A shotgun. Bruck-back Synonyms: 9, Steel, Dotty, Shotty, Biscuit, Stick, Chopstick, Draco, Yoppa, Choppa, Glizzy, Tool, Piece, Strap, Carbon, Toolie, Iron, Llama, Pump Example sentence: “Had the Bruck back in the whip don’t try.” Bruck back in songs: […]

Brum

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Brum (slang) Type: noun, slang, UK Pronunciation: /bruhm/ Related: Brummie What does Brum mean? Birmingham, England. Brum Synonyms: Birms, Birmz Example sentence: “That girl over there is from Brum.” Brum in songs: “‘Cause Devilmans trying to get big a likkle bit But guys in Manny and Brum know you thief your style off Bassman and […]

Brummie

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Brummie (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /bruhm-ee/ Related: Brum What does Brummie mean? Someone who is from Birmingham, England. Example sentence: “My lil cousin is a brummie.” Brummie in songs: “Don’t act funny From BC yea I’m a real Brummie” – Darka MC, Nokia Ringtone. “She’s got the Brum man syndrome She wants a Brummie” […]

Dumpies

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Dumpies (slang) Type: noun, slang, UK Pronunciation: /dump-ees/ Related: Dumpy What does Dumpies mean? Shotguns. Dumpies Synonyms: Pocket Rocket, Hand ting, Hand cannon, Yoppa, Draco, 40, Glizzy, Stick, .50, Dick, Rod, Iron, Shotty, Kronze, Handting, Toasters, Pumps, Swammy, Gauges Example sentence: “Please don’t play cause the dumpies is out.” Dumpies in songs: “I got serious […]

Dumpy

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Dumpy (slang) Type: verb, slang, UK Pronunciation: /dump-e/ Related: Dump, Dumping, Dumpin’ What does Dumpy mean? To get sloppy and violent. Dumpy Synonyms: Uppy Example sentence: “They got drunk and got dumpy.” Dumpy in songs: “Yeah, I swear man done more sales than Gumtree If I get me that drop, it won’t be nuttin’ like […]

Fiver

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Fiver (slang) Type: noun, slang, UK Pronunciation: /five-err/ What does Fiver mean? British slang for £5. Similar to Fiver: Tenner Example sentence: “Bought this meal with a fiver.” Fiver in songs: “I slapped on a promo code to you get to my yard for a fiver Only for a fiver” – Not3s, Addison Lee. “Know […]

Gavvers

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Gavvers (slang) Type: noun, slang, UK Pronunciation: /gav-vers/ Singular: Gavver What does Gavvers mean? Police, cops, or law enforcement. Gavvers Synonyms: Popo, Undie, Fed, Pig, 12, 5-0, Jakes, Alphabet boys, Copper Example sentence: “I’m going back to the city avoiding the Gavvers.” Gavvers in songs: “I’m a local hero And I’m talk of the town […]

Geezer

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Geezer (slang) Type: noun, adjective, slang Pronunciation: /gee-zer/ Plural: Geezers What does Geezer mean? An old person, usually an old man. Geezer Synonyms: Witch Example sentence: “The geezer had a lot of whips in his house.” Geezer in songs: “Young bull livin’ like an old geezer” – Swae Lee, Black Beatles. “It’s like everyday is […]

Gunchester

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Gunchester (slang) Type: noun, slang, UK Pronunciation: /gun-chest-er/ Related: Gyalchester What does Gunchester mean? Manchester, England. Gunchester Synonyms: Gyalchester, Manny Example sentence: “He’s a top boy from Gunchester.” Gunchester in songs: “Gunchester got my hitters throwing gun signs” – Meekz, Rap Aside. “But I’m ODT, so I’m on dis ‘ting Tell them Gunchester run this […]

Gyalchester

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Gyalchester (slang) Type: noun, slang, UK Pronunciation: /gal-chest-er/ Related: Gunchester What does Gyalchester mean? Manchester, England. Gyalchester Synonyms: Gunchester, Manny Example sentence: “My ex ting was from Gyalchester.” Gyalchester in songs: “Hit Gyalchester from Birmingham All dem gyal will still twerk for us” – Kano, Pied Piper. “876 thats my orgin, straight from gyalchester to […]

Mandem

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Mandem (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /man-dem/ Also spelled or known as: Man dem, Man-dem What does Mandem mean? A group or gang of men. Mandem Synonyms: Squad, Gang, Homies, Vatos Example sentence: “Order a bottle for mandem, it’s a celebration tonight.” Mandem in songs: “I bet I make you respect me, When you see […]

Manny

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Manny (slang) Type: noun, slang, UK Pronunciation: /man-e/ What does Manny mean? Manchester, England. Manny Synonyms: Gunchester, Gyalchester Example sentence: “I need to book my flight to Manny.” Manny in songs: “Came from Nottingham to Manny with a baddie in the coupe” – Aitch, Strike A Pose. “Known in London, known in Manny Known in […]

ODT

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ODT (acronym) Type: noun, acronym, UK Pronunciation: /o-d-t/ Also spelled: O.D.T, O-D-T What does ODT mean and stand for? 1. On Dat Ting. 2. On Dis Ting. Example sentence: “When my baby comes home, I’m ODT.” ODT in songs: “They spill the beans like a open tin But I’m ODT, so I’m on dis ‘ting” […]

Paigon

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Paigon (slang) Type: noun, adjective, slang Pronunciation: /pay-gaan/ Plural: Paigons What does Paigon mean? An enemy or untrustworthy person. Paigon Synonyms: Snake, Two faced, Backstabber, Fake Example sentence: “I stopped chillen with guy because he’s a paigon.” Paigon in songs: “You know how the paigon chit-chat goes, I like R’s and V’s and O’s” – […]

Peng ting

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Peng ting (slang) Type: noun, adjective, slang Pronunciation: /pang-ting/ Plural: Peng tings Also known as or spelled: Peng-ting, Pengting Related: Peng, Ting What does Peng ting mean? An attractive woman. Peng ting Synonyms: Baddie, Ting, Shawty, Piece, Peng, Bae, Babe, Dime Example sentence: “I was chopping up a peng ting outside of the W hotel.” […]

Quid

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Quid (slang) Type: noun, slang, UK Pronunciation: /kwid/ What does Quid mean? British slang for UK Pounds (£). Example sentence: “It only costs 1 quid.” Quid in songs: “Kick back with a bottle while I make another quid” – Aitch, Taste (Make It Shake). “Made ten quid Made bare man jealous” – Bugzy Malone, Fire […]

Roadman

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Roadman (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /road-man/ Also spelled or known as: Road man, Road-man Related: Road What does Roadman mean? Someone who participates in illegal activities on the streets. Roadman Synonyms: Thug, Pusha, Plug Example sentence: “I used to be a roadman now im on the road man.” Roadman in songs: “I’ve got a […]

Skeng

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Skeng (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /skehg/ Related: Skengman What does Skeng mean? British or Jamaican slang for a weapon, a knife or gun. Skeng Synonyms: Pocket Rocket, Hand ting, Hand cannon, Yoppa, Draco, 40, Glizzy, Stick, .50, Dick, Rod, Iron, Shotty, Kronze, Handting, Toaster Example sentence: “Them boys were riding with a skeng.” Skeng […]

Skengman

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Skengman (slang) Type: noun, slang, UK Pronunciation: /skeng-man/ Also spelled or known as: Skeng-man, Skeng man Related: Skeng What does Skengman mean? A man who owns or has weapons (knives or guns). Skengman Synonyms: Thug, Hoodrat, Hoodlum, Gangster Example sentence: “Don’t make me call my Skengman.” Skengman in songs: “Kill ’em with the Skengman sound […]

Spinners

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Spinners (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /spin-ners/ What does Spinners mean? 1. Revolvers. 2. Rims that spins after a car stops. Spinners Synonyms: Roscoes, Problem solvers, Snubs Example sentence: “How did you even get these spinners?” Spinners in songs: “All I know is drugs, money and women, Plus I love shottys and spinners” – Kwengface, […]

Telly

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Telly (slang) Type: noun Pronunciation: /tel-e/ Plural: Tellys What does Telly mean? 1. A Hotel. Telly Synonyms: AirBnB 2. A Television. Telly Synonyms: TV, Idiot box Example sentence: “We booked a telly for the gang after a long day.” Telly in songs: “Had a few horses come by the telly” – Future, Drinks On Us […]

Tenner

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Tenner (slang) Type: noun, slang, UK Pronunciation: /ten-ner/ What does Tenner mean? British slang for £10. Similar to Tenner: Fiver Example sentence: “I bought this yogurt with a tenner.” Tenner in songs: “No shots I take mininum tenner from Jodie” – Headie One, Bronie. “Thinking that only the Lord knows How I used to struggle […]

U.K.

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U.K. (acronym) Type: noun, acronym Pronunciation: /u-k/ Also spelled: UK Also known as: The UK, The U.K. What does U.K. mean and stand for? United Kingdom. U.K. is short for United Kingdom. Example sentence: “The U.K. is a vibe.” U.K. in songs: “U.K. niggas up in the pubs, they watching them soccer games” – Danny […]

Wank

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Wank (slang) Type: verb, slang Pronunciation: /wahnk/ Also spelled: Whank Related: Wanker, Wankin’ What does Wank mean? To stimulate one’s genitals until ejaculation. Wank Synonyms: Fap, Masterbate, Beat off, Jack Off Example sentence: “When i seen that photo of the sket, i had to wank.” Wank in songs: “Trap all day, ain’t no time for […]

Wasteman

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Wasteman (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /waste-man/ Also spelled or known as: Waste man, Waste-man What does Wasteman mean? Someone who wastes time and doesn’t do anything with their life. Wasteman Synonyms: Junky Example sentence: “We don’t talk to Wasteman.” Wasteman in songs: “She deserve better, you’s a bird, you’s a wasteman” – A Boogie […]

Wonga

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Wonga (slang) Type: noun, slang, UK Pronunciation: /won-ga/ What does Wonga mean? British Slang for Money. Wonga Synonyms: Quid Example sentence: “I need some Wonga.” Wonga in songs: “I need every loan on Wonga, just to spend a oner” – Slowthai, I Need. “I got that wonga, wads, shekels, veal” – B1G $WAG, Moners. “I […]

Xabsi

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Xabsi (slang) Type: noun, slang, UK Pronunciation: /xab-si/ Plural: Xabsi’s What does Xabsi mean? A jail or prison. Xabsi Synonyms: Bin, Slammer, Up north, Cage, Pen, Box, Kennel, Central booking, The System, Can Example sentence: “Free my guy in that xabsi.” Xabsi in songs: “Knock, knock, I ain’t tryna go back xabsi, I pray that […]

Yat

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Yat (slang) Type: noun, slang, UK Pronunciation: /yat/ Also spelled or known as: Yat’ Related: Yatty What does Yat mean? A girl or woman. Yat Synonyms: Yatty, Homegirl, Bitch Example sentence: “My yat is coming over tonight.” Yat in songs: “I was in the party flexing with a yat” – 67, Live Corn. “When I […]

Yatty

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Yatty (slang) Type: noun, slang, UK Pronunciation: /yat-e/ Related: Yat What does Yatty mean? A girl or woman. Yatty Synonyms: Yat, Shorty, Shawty, Homegirl, Bitch Example sentence: “I’m with a yatty, can i call you later?” Yatty in songs: “I had beef all ’cause of one yatty I was foolish, mind all scatty” – AJ […]

Yout

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Yout (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /yoot/ Also spelled or known as: Yute What does Yout mean? 1. Short Jamaican slang for Yout; A young thug. 2. Youth. Yout Synonyms: Yute, Youngin Example sentence: “Me and my yout going to da beach mane.” Yout in songs: “Roll up slow, then I park that coupe and […]