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Meaning of DAVY LARGE

DAVY LARGE means: Davy Large is British rhyming slang for a barge.

Meaning of DAWK

DAWK means: Dawk is Dorset slang for to push.

Meaning of DAY AND NIGHT

DAY AND NIGHT means: Day and night is London Cockney rhyming slang for light.

Meaning of DAY'S A DAWNING

DAY'S A DAWNING means: Day's a dawning is London Cockney rhyming slang for morning.

Meaning of DAY−GLO

DAY−GLO means: Day−glo is slang for gaudy.


DAYLIGHTING means: Daylighting is slang for working on a second job during daylight hours.

Meaning of DAZZLER

DAZZLER means: Dazzler is British slang for the sun.

Meaning of DE FACTO

DE FACTO means: De facto is Australian slang for a live−in−lover.

Meaning of DE−BAG

DE−BAG means: De−bag is British slang for to forcibly remove someone's trousers.

Meaning of DE−DYKE

DE−DYKE means: De−dyke is slang for remove or conceal evidence of lesbianism.

Slang words, phrases and definitions

Meaning of Clout up

Clout up means:

Meaning of Air tights

Air tights means:

Meaning of freckle

freckle means:

Meaning of dig

dig means: nigger faggot

Meaning of put your tn foil down

put your tn foil down means:

Meaning of cruisin for a bruisin

cruisin for a bruisin means:

Meaning of

means: Close enough/near enough

Meaning of Chunky

Chunky means:

Meaning of

means: Arrieta

Meaning of thrumme

thrumme means:

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