GigglePEDIA Slang is casual spoken language which differs from dialectical speech and jargon as well as formal speech. As a general rule, slang is not used in formal spoken language, or in writing. Well, here we are. Browse these galleries and learn few native English jargons, and some time colorful and graphic words! (Also see Aussie Slangs)


   Page 1/17   
  "minute" or "a minute":   A long time. Not just 60 seconds. "Dang! I haven't seen you in a minute, girl, where you been?"

  187:   v. murder. Derived from the police call sign.

  2 cents:   advice or opinion. "Ain't nobody askin' you for yo 2 cents!"

  211:   The police call sign for a robbery.

  211 (two-eleven):   a carjacking. Derived from the police call sign.

  411:   n. Information. Derived from the phone number for information. "I need the 41"

  420:   see "four-twenty"

  5 - 0:   n. (pronounced "five oh") A policeman. "Watch out! 5-0!"

  8 ball:   (n) Malt Liquor or Old English 800, a popular alcoholic drink in the hood. 2. (n) In drug terms, an eighth of an ounce.

  a minute:   A long time. Not just 60 seconds. "Wow!, I haven't seen you in a minute, girl, where you been?"

  a'ight:   (Pronounced "ite") All right

  all that:   of a superior nature; wonderful or attractive. "That boy is all that." "That song is all that and a bag a chips!"

  all up in my biznezz:   when someone is meddling in your affairs or dealings. They are "in your business." "Quit asking about my girl . . . why you all up in my biznezz?"

  all up in my grill:   the act of being in someone's face. "Yo, you don't need to be all up in my grill unless you want me to flex you like a skeeza!"

  all up in the kool-aid:   v. in someone's business. "That's between me and Brian- don't be all up in the kool-aid!"

  audi or audi 5.0:   To leave. Usually accompanied by the police. **Also see outie or ‘outie 5000’ "I’m audi 5.0 . . . the police are here."

  aw yea:   Oh, yes.

  aw naw:   An expression used to express disagreement or disbelief. As if to say, “Oh, it isn’t so!” "Your man was with Jen last night." "Aw naw!"

  ax:   ask. "Let me ax you somtin!"

  B:   Your homeboy...like a brother. 2. Some youth still use this as a derogatory term for a female, short for bit**

  baby daddy:   a male, often a boyfriend or an ex-boyfriend. Most often means the father of, or someone who provides for, a female's child. Derived from "he is my baby's daddy." "When my baby daddy get back, he'll bust you in your grill!"

  bacon:   A term for the police. Derived from the earlier reference to police as “pigs.” "You smell bacon? Oh snap! Here comes 5.0."

  badunkadunk:   n. A large rear end that looks good. **Also “junk in the trunk.”

  baggin:   v. To pick up on someone of the opposite sex. "Oh, Sherri baggin’ Mark."

  bait:   adj. To describe a location as unsafe, or high profile. Usually refers to the danger of being caught by police. "I ain’t smokin’ here, this place is mad bait."

  baked:   adj. The effect of smoking a lot of marijuana. To be stoned. "John's eyes are all bloodshot, I think he got baked at recess."

  ball up:   An exclamation stating the beginning of a basketball game. A statement clarifying that it is time to start or resume playing basketball now that everyone is ready.

  balla':   n. Someone who flaunts money. "Check out that baller over there . . . let's jack his car!"

  ballin:   v. To flaunt money. To be noticeably rich. "Yo . . .check out his Mercedes . . . he is ballin!"

  bammer:   n. The cheaper, brown leaf marijuana. 2. something or someone who is NOT good. "Man, that CD is bammer!"

 Email This Page 
   Page 1/17   
Designed at: SoftRoo