Slang meaning of kappa slappa

kappa slappa means: Someone who wears Kappa clothes all the time. From Kappa, trade name for range of "outdoor clothing".

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kappa slappa means: Someone who wears Kappa clothes all the time. From Kappa, trade name for range of "outdoor clothing".

Slang definition of kappa slappa

kappa slappa means: Someone who wears Kappa clothes all the time. From Kappa, trade name for range of "outdoor clothing".

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Outdoor (a.): Being, or done, in the open air; being or done outside of certain buildings, as poorhouses, hospitals, etc.; as, outdoor exercise; outdoor relief; outdoor patients.

Ragamuffin (n.): A person who wears ragged clothing.

Habilatory (a.): Of or pertaining to clothing; wearing clothes.

Clothing (n.): Garments in general; clothes; dress; raiment; covering.

Attire (n.): Dress; clothes; headdress; anything which dresses or adorns; esp., ornamental clothing.

Slop (v. i.): Ready-made clothes; also, among seamen, clothing, bedding, and other furnishings.

Frippery (n.): The trade or traffic in old clothes.

Wearing (n.): The act of one who wears; the manner in which a thing wears; use; conduct; consumption.

Wear (v. i.): To endure or suffer use; to last under employment; to bear the consequences of use, as waste, consumption, or attrition; as, a coat wears well or ill; -- hence, sometimes applied to character, qualifications, etc.; as, a man wears well as an acquaintance.

Range (v.): A series of things in a line; a row; a rank; as, a range of buildings; a range of mountains.

Trade (v.): A company of men engaged in the same occupation; thus, booksellers and publishers speak of the customs of the trade, and are collectively designated as the trade.

Washing (n.): The clothes washed, esp. at one time; a wash.

Turnover (n.): An apprentice, in any trade, who is handed over from one master to another to complete his time.

Slopwork (n.): The manufacture of slops, or cheap ready-made clothing; also, such clothing; hence, hasty, slovenly work of any kind.

Projectile (n.): A part of mechanics which treats of the motion, range, time of flight, etc., of bodies thrown or driven through the air by an impelling force.

Trade (v.): The business which a person has learned, and which he engages in, for procuring subsistence, or for profit; occupation; especially, mechanical employment as distinguished from the liberal arts, the learned professions, and agriculture; as, we speak of the trade of a smith, of a carpenter, or mason, but not now of the trade of a farmer, or a lawyer, or a physician.

Ridge (n.): A range of hills or mountains, or the upper part of such a range; any extended elevation between valleys.

Range (n.): To sail or pass in a direction parallel to or near; as, to range the coast.

Range (n.): To dispose in a classified or in systematic order; to arrange regularly; as, to range plants and animals in genera and species.

Wardrobe (v. t.): A room or apartment where clothes are kept, or wearing apparel is stored; a portable closet for hanging up clothes.

Rule (v. i.): To keep within a (certain) range for a time; to be in general, or as a rule; as, prices ruled lower yesterday than the day before.

Occupation (n.): That which occupies or engages the time and attention; the principal business of one's life; vocation; employment; calling; trade.

Range (v.): Extent or space taken in by anything excursive; compass or extent of excursion; reach; scope; discursive power; as, the range of one's voice, or authority.

Range (n.): To set in a row, or in rows; to place in a regular line or lines, or in ranks; to dispose in the proper order; to rank; as, to range soldiers in line.

Range (v. i.): To have a certain direction; to correspond in direction; to be or keep in a corresponding line; to trend or run; -- often followed by with; as, the front of a house ranges with the street; to range along the coast.

Range (n.): To rove over or through; as, to range the fields.

Without-door (a.): Outdoor; exterior.

Apprentice (n.): One who is bound by indentures or by legal agreement to serve a mechanic, or other person, for a certain time, with a view to learn the art, or trade, in which his master is bound to instruct him.

To (prep.): Hence, it indicates motion, course, or tendency toward a time, a state or condition, an aim, or anything capable of being regarded as a limit to a tendency, movement, or action; as, he is going to a trade; he is rising to wealth and honor.

Untraded (a.): Not dealt with in trade; not visited for purposes of trade.

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Meaning of kappa slappa

kappa slappa means: Someone who wears Kappa clothes all the time. From Kappa, trade name for range of "outdoor clothing".

Meaning of kappa

kappa means: (1) a handicapped person. (2) an excessively stupid or unpleasant person.

Meaning of trendy loke

trendy loke means: Someone who wears only popular, name-brand clothing to look cool and dislikes people who do not wear the same type of clothes; "Kate took one look at his outfit - a Nike warm-up suit - and immediately decided that he was just a trendy loke."

Meaning of teeny bopper

teeny bopper means: Young girls who dress up as 'Townies' or 'Scallys', listening to 'Top 40' pop music, wearing Kappa, Fubu, Adidas or any other ridiculously overpriced brands. As usual, esp. in Melbournes west, in Victoria, most are pregnant by the age of about 12. , Derived from the Hanson song "mmm bop". Still in constant use.

Meaning of ned

ned means: Someone who listens to dance music, and is usually carrying a bottle of Buckfast in their hands. They have several different clothing forms: the sports clothes, the shirt/jeans/rockport boots combo, and others. The clothes are never considered "dark.

Meaning of townie

townie means: Similar in definition to Chatham Chav, Kappa Slappa, Essex Girl, Shazza etc. They are girls who wear reebok trainers, kappa-sportswear, white puffa jackets, clowns (a really foul type of jewellery which involves a gold, jewelled, preferably moveable, clown (yes, a clown), the bigger the better hanging off a gold chain), lots of reeeeeally tacky 'Ratners' style gold jewellery and hair which can be any of the following hairstyles - plastered to head with a small thin section curled and styled with half a tub of gel and forced to hang next to face; the pineapple (hair in pony tail right on top of head) or extravagant bun (very long hair twisted into an overexaggerated bun) - all of these hairstyles MUST use a gold scrunchie and as much gel as is humanly possible. These girls normally get pregnant by the age of 12 and have boyfriends called Gazza and Kevin. I know you've seen them walking down the street - sadly, everyone has had the misfortune at some time of their life. (ed: now that's what I call a definition!) Talking of definitions, we received this... and I forgot to note who sent it (sorry): I was surprised this one wasn't in the dictionary already. (ed: which it was of course... but never mind the technicalities). I first came accross the word in the early nineties when I was 10-15 years old. We used it to mean exactly the definition you have listed for 'scally'. At some point, perhaps around 1995, 1996 using the word 'townie' went out of fashion and people gradually began to use 'scally' all the time. Today, in the area I come from (Manchester, but esp. South Manchester) you wouldn never hear 'townie' used in this sense, always 'scally'. I have a friend at university who still uses it as we would've done in Manchester in the early nineties. She's from North Yorkshire and says it's still used a lot there. Further still, another university friend, from London, says that to him it means something different from 'scally' and always has done. I'm not quite certain of his definition but he may say, for example, "I don't like going out in Leeds on a Saturday night because it's full of townies" - meaning more like the general 'locals' of any social class, age, dress-style., Sorry for the lengthy explanation! What fascinates me most about this word is the way it was used consistently by people in the area I lived in when I was a younger teenager and then suddenly, within about a year, everyone was using 'scally' instead and 'townie' had become an almost uncool thing to say. I remember thinking to myself - I must start trying to say 'scally' instead of 'townie' so that I sound cool. It's been suggested I pass you on to this url for a fuller description of the phenomenon: http://www.geocities.com/chatham_girls/home.htm

Meaning of clothes horse

clothes horse means: Someone obsessed with clothing. Maureen is a clothes horse who spends most of her life shopping.

Meaning of charver, Chava

charver, Chava means: Used as 'He's a right little Charva'. Describes a group of youths usually described as 'townies' or 'kappa slappers' else where. Charvas typically wear things like Kappa tracksuits and Berghaus jackets, smoke Lambert and Butler cigarettes amongst other things, have hooped gold earrings, spit constantly and wear at least one gold sovereign ring (a gold band attached to the bottom of a gold sovereign coin) on each hand. Most people seem to grow out of 'charvadom' by their early twenties, although may still carry a few of the habits through to later life and will by then probably drive a souped-up XR2I, with blacked-out rear windows and a 5000 watt stereo system. Another trait common to the charva is a loud, slightly sarcastic, nasal laugh and slow 'can't really be bothered to talk' speech. Typical slang words that Charvas use are 'belta', 'mint' and 'waxa' all meaning good or great, with the prefix of 'pure' or 'total' this would mean really good (I couldn't be bothered to send seperate entries for these words, sorry). Another submission on this word goes as follows: In current usage here in Kent - primarily by teenagers as a term of abuse - as in "he's a right Chav." Describes someone who wears Reebok or Adidas trainers, gold jewellery and is likely to be a shop lifter. Girl Chavs wear big gold hoop earrings and like pop music (as opposed to rock, metal, grunge etc.) , Would be very interested to hear any feed back on this as this one word has made me feel like a very out of touch parent!! My daughter was bought an Adidas bag which she refused to use for fear of being called a "Chav". She then gave me the above description, and other teenagers I've asked have given the same with little variation. However, my husband (Kent born and bred) says when he was young the term 'Chav' was used as an affectionate term for a younger boy - certainly not as an insult as it is used now. It would appear that even those teenagers who dress as described are deeply offended by the word. (ed: both added verbatim - some feedback *would* be nice! I have the idea it is derived from an Indian/Pakistani word for 'friend' and would like to have some confirmation either way!) (ed: interesting comment from Vic) I followed a link to your site where it was explained that the expression, Charva, was a nineties thing. "Ow ya going, me old charva?" "Not bad. How's life as Cannon-fodder?" And so on. I miss him. He was a good bloke.

Meaning of rags

rags means: Noun. Clothes. See 'rag trade'.

Meaning of cross-dresser

cross-dresser means: Anyone who wears clothes associated with the opposite gender or sex, usually for their own pleasure.

Meaning of ennit, innit

ennit, innit means: Version of yes or yeah. Commonly used amongst and primarily by Native American Indivuals who do possess a large vocabulary of various dialects of Native American languages but choose to simplfy languages so that the average person can comprehend them., This word is currently used on and around Federally recognized reservations in the Midwest now. It has been used for years and has no definate origins that are commonly known. Word also used in UK (esp. South) by males/females in kappa tracksuits and mobile phones, and is said after every sentence. used by those with a small vocabulary. contr. is it not?, isn't it?

Meaning of Dude

Dude means: Commonly, the term applied to an Easterner, or anyone in up-scale town clothes, rather than plain range-riding or work clothes. However, the term began as an insult, as cowboys first used the word to mean a pimple or boil on someone's backside, caused by riding in the saddle all day when one wasn't used to it. Hence, the cowboys called those "wanna-be" wrangers "dudes."

Meaning of Draw a Line Under It

Draw a Line Under It means: Clothes, especially women's clothing

Meaning of glad rags

glad rags means: Dressy clothes. I told him his mother wears combat boots and he gave me the finger.

Meaning of bag-head

bag-head means: Used to describe a 'nu-metal' fan that wears unfeasably over-sized clothing and look a bit of a twat. Originated around Barnsley and migrated to the South Coast through student population.

Meaning of Mad Coast Clothing

Mad Coast Clothing means:



Address: 50 Scarborough Park, Rochester, NY 14625

Phone: (585) 255-0186

E-mail: [email protected]

Website: https://madcoastclothing.com

Description: Mad Coast Clothing is a women owned company founded in 2017 by two moms who wanted to see their kids in fun comfy clothes without spending a fortune. With a background in basic graphic design & printing, we launched our online t-shirt store July 4th weekend in 2017. There are a lot of generic and corny kids gear out there and we want to portray our love of the outdoors, adventure, travel, funny vibes through our children’s clothing store. We like our toddlers and babies to wear shirts that we would. We also want to have a local presence in our communities of Santa Cruz and Rochester (there are limited options of Rochester themed baby clothes, especially organic baby clothes and t-shirts!) We want to create designs that can be worn by families that are also on trend and cool.

Products – Mad Coast Clothing t-shirt store carries a variety of clothing including baby boy onsies, organic cotton baby clothes, mommy and baby girl matching outfits, trendy baby clothes, cool clothes for boys, hipster baby clothes and more. Visit our online t-shirt store to view our entire product line.

Organic – living on Lake Ontario and the Pacific Ocean, we are aware of our surroundings and how fragile they are. Organic baby clothing lowers our carbon footprint by using organic and recylced fabrics that are not only eco-friendly but also stylish and comfortable. Organic cotton clothing is free of pesticides and harmful substances and help to reduce the chance of irritated skin in babies.
Donations – we love being involved in raising money through tshirt sales. We raised $1500 for the Virgin Islands after Hurrican Irma and would love to eventually have a monthly or yearly donation to some charity/charities *down the road, we are not doing this now*

Categories
T-shirt Store, T-shirt Company, Children’s Clothing Store, Baby Clothing Store.

About Mandy:
Mandy lives in Rochester NY with her husband John and her girl gang with Avery & Reese. We love sailing, skiing, hiking and spending time on Lake Ontario and Keuka Lake.

About Liz:
Liz grew up in Rochester NY and now lives in Santa Cruz, California with her husband Tom and two kids Delilah and Max. She loves comfy kid’s clothes with cute and fun designs and that’s where Liz and Mandy came together to start MAD Coast Clothing. Liz loves working with Mandy on their designs and is looking forward to welcoming MAD Coast Clothing into it’s 3rd year this July.

Hour: 24/7 hours

Payment : All Major Credit Cards, Paypal, Visa, Discover, Mastercard, Amex

Year : 2017

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Meaning of clothes horse

clothes horse means: Someone obsessed with clothing. Buffy had a close call with the police when she ran a stoplight.

Meaning of jake (2)

jake (2) means: Poor person, smelly, wears Oxfam clothing and hand-me-downs. Contributor said he used to have a 'jake' in primary school. His name was Frank and smelled of piss.

Meaning of punk

punk means: Noun. 1. A raw minimal type of rock music born on the streets in 1976 and spawning 'thrash', 'indie', and 'grunge'. The associated fashions evolving into a stereotypical brightly coloured mohican haircut, scruffy black clothes, metal studs, belts and boots. 2. A person of either sex who wears the fashions of 'punk' and enjoys listening to 'punk' rock. Cf. 'punkette'. Verb. To humiliate, to tease, to disrespect someone. E.g."I dont like him at all, after that time he'd punked me all night."

Meaning of Range Lights

Range Lights means: A night-time navigational aid that consists of two lights in a line marking a channel. The correct course to steer to get through the channel is an extension of a line formed by the lights. Usually the front range light is the lower of the two, and nearer to the mariner using the range. The rear light is higher and further from the mariner. All a mariner has to do is keep the lines in line, with the rear light directly on top of the front light, and they can assume that they are safely in the middle of the channel.

Meaning of Outdoor

Outdoor means: Being, or done, in the open air; being or done outside of certain buildings, as poorhouses, hospitals, etc.; as, outdoor exercise; outdoor relief; outdoor patients.

Meaning of Ragamuffin

Ragamuffin means: A person who wears ragged clothing.

Meaning of Habilatory

Habilatory means: Of or pertaining to clothing; wearing clothes.

Meaning of Clothing

Clothing means: Garments in general; clothes; dress; raiment; covering.

Meaning of Attire

Attire means: Dress; clothes; headdress; anything which dresses or adorns; esp., ornamental clothing.

Meaning of Slop

Slop means: Ready-made clothes; also, among seamen, clothing, bedding, and other furnishings.

Meaning of Frippery

Frippery means: The trade or traffic in old clothes.

Meaning of Wearing

Wearing means: The act of one who wears; the manner in which a thing wears; use; conduct; consumption.

Meaning of Wear

Wear means: To endure or suffer use; to last under employment; to bear the consequences of use, as waste, consumption, or attrition; as, a coat wears well or ill; -- hence, sometimes applied to character, qualifications, etc.; as, a man wears well as an acquaintance.

Meaning of Range

Range means: A series of things in a line; a row; a rank; as, a range of buildings; a range of mountains.

Meaning of Trade

Trade means: A company of men engaged in the same occupation; thus, booksellers and publishers speak of the customs of the trade, and are collectively designated as the trade.

Meaning of Washing

Washing means: The clothes washed, esp. at one time; a wash.

Meaning of Turnover

Turnover means: An apprentice, in any trade, who is handed over from one master to another to complete his time.

Meaning of Slopwork

Slopwork means: The manufacture of slops, or cheap ready-made clothing; also, such clothing; hence, hasty, slovenly work of any kind.

Meaning of Projectile

Projectile means: A part of mechanics which treats of the motion, range, time of flight, etc., of bodies thrown or driven through the air by an impelling force.

Dictionary words and meanings

Meaning of Idolatrized

Idolatrized means: of Idolatrize

Meaning of Sacciform

Sacciform means: Having the general form of a sac.

Meaning of Sublimation

Sublimation means: That which is sublimed; the product of a purifying process.

Meaning of Thirsty

Thirsty means: Deficient in moisture; dry; parched.

Meaning of Trivialness

Trivialness means: Quality or state of being trivial.

Slang words and meanings

Meaning of SUIT

SUIT means: Suit is slang for a white−collar worker, business executive.

Meaning of smoke a pink cigar

smoke a pink cigar means: Vrb phrs. To fellate. See 'pink cigar'.

Meaning of DATE RAPE DRUG

DATE RAPE DRUG means: Rohypnol (generic name flunitrazepam) causes loss of memory. Also gammahydroxybutyrate (4-Hydroxy-n-butyric acid) (GBH/GHB) used as an anaesthetic, both Class C drugs

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