quim means: n The vulva.
Quaddess means: an upper catagory woman, one with epic quads as in mythologic Greek proportions.
Quad-God means: male equivalent of "quaddess".
QUASHIE means: n. peasant, country bumpkin, coarse and stupid person; racial pejorative generic term for blacks; originally Twi name of a boy born on a Sunday
QUIPS means: . nouns (from squips) a tiny piece or amount.. verb, the Jamaican art of washing clothes making a "squips-squips" sound.
Queer someone’s pitch means: To spoil someone’s efforts.“I was about to close the deal until you queered my pitch.”
Q Flag, Quarantine Flag means: The Quebec pennant is flown when first entering a country, indicating that the people on the ship are healthy and that the vessel wants permission to visit the country. The flag means "My vessel is healthy and I request free pratique.
Quadrant means: (1) A nautical instrument, on the arc of which is a finely graduated scale showing degrees and minutes, with adjustable reflectors, etc.; used to find the altitude of heavenly bodies, angular distances, etc. (2) On a steering gear, the rudder quadrant is a section of a wheel or sheave fastened to the rudder head.
Quarantine means: A harbor restriction placed on a ship which has an infectious disease on board, or which has arrived from a country where such a disease is prevalent. The crew may not go ashore until the ship is granted pratique.
Quarter means: (1) That portion of the vessel forward of the stern and abaft of the beam. "On the quarter" applies to a bearing 45º abaft the beam. Every boat has a starboard and a port quarter. (2) Mercy shown to captives or enemies, such as giving quarter to the passengers of a seized vessel.*
avoir le culte de qch ou qqn means: worship someone or something
avoir le coup de pompe means: be exhausted; be wiped out
avoir le coup de barre means: be exhausted; be wiped out
avoir le cœur sur les lèvres means: wear one’s heart on one’s sleeve (lit.: have the heart on the lips)
avoir le coeur sur la main means: be kindhearted; give the shirt off one’s back; wear one’s heart on one’s sleeve (lit.: have the heart in the hand)
avoir le cafard means: be down in the dumps; have the blues (lit.: to have the cockroach)
avoir le bras long means: have pull; have influence
avoir le bourdon means: feel down; be depressed; have the blues (lit.: to have the bumblebee)
avoir la tête en ailleurs means: be elsewhere mentally
avoir la pêche means: feel energetic; feel energized
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