Slang meaning of Take a Red!

Take a Red! means: Excl. "Stop right there!" Maybe even "Don't you dare (go on doing or saying something!") In the mid-eighties my 'Val' from Claremont, LA used to say this to me all the time, often followed by the term "bucko" or - if she was REALLY mad - "buckwheat"

What is the slang meaning/definition of Take a Red! ?

Take a Red! means: Excl. "Stop right there!" Maybe even "Don't you dare (go on doing or saying something!") In the mid-eighties my 'Val' from Claremont, LA used to say this to me all the time, often followed by the term "bucko" or - if she was REALLY mad - "buckwheat"

Slang definition of Take a Red!

Take a Red! means: Excl. "Stop right there!" Maybe even "Don't you dare (go on doing or saying something!") In the mid-eighties my 'Val' from Claremont, LA used to say this to me all the time, often followed by the term "bucko" or - if she was REALLY mad - "buckwheat"

More meanings / definitions of Excl. "Stop right there!" Maybe even "Don't you dare (go on doing or saying something!") In the mid-eighties my 'Val' from Claremont, LA used to say this to me all the time, often followed by the term "bucko" or - if she was REALLY mad - "buckwheat" or words, sentences containing Excl. "Stop right there!" Maybe even "Don't you dare (go on doing or saying something!") In the mid-eighties my 'Val' from Claremont, LA used to say this to me all the time, often followed by the term "bucko" or - if she was REALLY mad - "buckwheat"?

Term (n.): The time for which anything lasts; any limited time; as, a term of five years; the term of life.

Stop (v. i.): To spend a short time; to reside temporarily; to stay; to tarry; as, to stop with a friend.

Pause (n.): To make a short stop; to cease for a time; to intermit speaking or acting; to stop; to wait; to rest.

Term (n.): The limitation of an estate; or rather, the whole time for which an estate is granted, as for the term of a life or lives, or for a term of years.

Dare-deviltry (n): Reckless mischief; the action of a dare-devil.

Session (n.): Hence, also, the time, period, or term during which a court, council, legislature, etc., meets daily for business; or, the space of time between the first meeting and the prorogation or adjournment; thus, a session of Parliaments is opened with a speech from the throne, and closed by prorogation. The session of a judicial court is called a term.

Stop-over (a.): Permitting one to stop over; as, a stop-over check or ticket. See To stop over, under Stop, v. i.

Delay (n.): To retard; to stop, detain, or hinder, for a time; to retard the motion, or time of arrival, of; as, the mail is delayed by a heavy fall of snow.

Dare-deviltries (pl. ): of Dare-deviltry

Stop (v. t.): To arrest the progress of; to hinder; to impede; to shut in; as, to stop a traveler; to stop the course of a stream, or a flow of blood.

Dare-devil (n.): A reckless fellow. Also used adjectively; as, dare-devil excitement.

Suspense (a.): Cessation for a time; stop; pause.

Serve (v. t.): To pass or spend, as time, esp. time of punishment; as, to serve a term in prison.

Durst (imp.): of Dare. See Dare, v. i.

Delay (v. i.): To move slowly; to stop for a time; to linger; to tarry.

Stop (n.): Some part of the articulating organs, as the lips, or the tongue and palate, closed (a) so as to cut off the passage of breath or voice through the mouth and the nose (distinguished as a lip-stop, or a front-stop, etc., as in p, t, d, etc.), or (b) so as to obstruct, but not entirely cut off, the passage, as in l, n, etc.; also, any of the consonants so formed.

Stay (v. i.): To remain; to continue in a place; to abide fixed for a space of time; to stop; to stand still.

Hypallage (n.): A figure consisting of a transference of attributes from their proper subjects to other. Thus Virgil says, "dare classibus austros," to give the winds to the fleets, instead of dare classibus austris, to give the fleets to the winds.

Term (n.): In Scotland, the time fixed for the payment of rents.

Term (n.): The time in which a court is held or is open for the trial of causes.

Term (n.): A fixed period of time; a prescribed duration

Term (n.): A space of time granted to a debtor for discharging his obligation.

Raca (a.): A term of reproach used by the Jews of our Savior's time, meaning "worthless."

Vacation (n.): Intermission of judicial proceedings; the space of time between the end of one term and the beginning of the next; nonterm; recess.

Stop (v. t.): To close, as an aperture, by filling or by obstructing; as, to stop the ears; hence, to stanch, as a wound.

Forestall (v. t.): To obstruct or stop up, as a way; to stop the passage of on highway; to intercept on the road, as goods on the way to market.

Balk (v. i.): To stop abruptly and stand still obstinately; to jib; to stop short; to swerve; as, the horse balks.

Timer (n.): A timekeeper; especially, a watch by which small intervals of time can be measured; a kind of stop watch. It is used for timing the speed of horses, machinery, etc.

Long-stop (n.): One who is set to stop balls which pass the wicket keeper.

Stop (v. t.): To obstruct; to render impassable; as, to stop a way, road, or passage.

Like to add another meaning or definition of Excl. "Stop right there!" Maybe even "Don't you dare (go on doing or saying something!") In the mid-eighties my 'Val' from Claremont, LA used to say this to me all the time, often followed by the term "bucko" or - if she was REALLY mad - "buckwheat"?

Words, slangs, sentences and phrases similar to Excl. "Stop right there!" Maybe even "Don't you dare (go on doing or saying something!") In the mid-eighties my 'Val' from Claremont, LA used to say this to me all the time, often followed by the term "bucko" or - if she was REALLY mad - "buckwheat"

Meaning of Take a Red!

Take a Red! means: Excl. "Stop right there!" Maybe even "Don't you dare (go on doing or saying something!") In the mid-eighties my 'Val' from Claremont, LA used to say this to me all the time, often followed by the term "bucko" or - if she was REALLY mad - "buckwheat"

Meaning of otay

otay means: Synonym for "okay". Originally from the 1930's short films of "The Little Rascals", this is how the Little Rascals character "Porky" said "okay". Cast members ranged in age from about two to seven, and being little, their grasp of English was far from perfect, and "okay" became "otay", often quoted as, "Otay, Buckwheat!" (Buckwheat was one of the characters), and it was often said to someone when they were acting stupidly (kind of a "Yeah, whatever!"). Later popularized by Eddie Murphy in one or more Saturday Night Live sketches, mistakenly (or intentionally) assigning it to the "Buckwheat" character. Another contributors entire middle school started saying this but he couldn't remember why. He was on Guam at the time.

Meaning of Buckwheat

Buckwheat means: Refers to Buckwheat, a Black character on "The Little Rascals."

Meaning of darers go first

darers go first means: Response to a dare, that you will carry out the dare if the originator does it first. Usually, the sayer of this chickens out after the darer has fulfilled his side of the deal.

Meaning of It's go time!

It's go time! means: 1) Excl. It's time to fight, you've pushed me too far, etc. (a.k.a. "bring it on!" or "you want a piece of me?!")

Meaning of Hi Guy

Hi Guy means: (1)Excl. When something outrages or unusual occurs. (2)Excl. When you don't agree with one's actions Also, one may just use the word "Hi!"

Meaning of Hippi Letace

Hippi Letace means: a slang term for weed. smoke it if you dare

Meaning of Filibuster

Filibuster means: (1) From the Dutch for 'vrybuiter' (freebooter) translated into French as 'flibustier'. The term originated from the Buccaneers known in England as filibusters who would stop sailing vessels. (2) It is now used as a political term meaning to delay or obstruct the passage of legislation by non-stop speech making.

Meaning of NON STOP

NON STOP means: Term takin from subway train terminology. Used to describe a party or situation or activity that won't end for a long time. made popular in early Hip Hop rhymes. (exam. "we rock the mic nonstop")

Meaning of NON STOP

NON STOP means: Term takin from subway train terminology. Used to describe a party or situation or activity that won't end for a long time. made popular in early Hip Hop rhymes. (exam. "we rock the mic nonstop")

Meaning of Stop laughing

Stop laughing means: Another intriguing term meaning, "Stop your criticizing or complaining"

Meaning of wicked

wicked means: adj cool; awesome: Jim’s got a wicked new car stereo. A little bit eighties. Okay, a lot eighties.

Meaning of one-time

one-time means: n. a policeman.  "Watch out! One-time!"  2. n. a person who commits one offense and is now watched by the police. This term was derived when laws were passed during the late 80’s and early 90’s for cruising. If the same police officer saw you three times, they could pull you over and cite you for cruising. Thus, the term started when cruisers would cry out when a police was cited the “first time” “Yo, that’s one time!” The term became popularized by Ice Cube, Compton’s Most Wanted, Ice T, and Tupac Shakur in many of their songs. 

Meaning of hard stop

hard stop means: n deadline. The time at which something must finish: I can come along to your wife-swapping party to start with, but I have a hard stop at eight o’clock.

Meaning of Bite Me

Bite Me means: Means buzz off or go away, ie. "You're such a geek!" "Like, bite me, dude!" Heard it the first time in the eighties, but then again, was a teenager and learned a lot of new expressions obviously...

Meaning of sig

sig means: To spend time talking. Stop sigging, it's time to hit the books.

Meaning of tarmac

tarmac means: n blacktop. The stuff that covers roads. Perhaps you’d like to hear some road-making history? Hmm? Or perhaps not. Perhaps you’re sitting in bed naked, waiting for your husband to finish in the shower. Perhaps you’re on a train in a strange foreign country, hoping that this stupid book was going to be much more of a tour guide than it turned out to be. Perhaps you’re having a shit. Well, bucko, whatever you’re doing you’re stuck now, and so you’re going to hear a little bit of road-making history. A long time ago, a Scotsman named John Loudon Macadam invented a way of surfacing roads with gravel, this coating being known as “Macadam” - a term also used in the U.S. “What happens when the road aged?,” I hear you say. Well, I’m so glad you asked. Unfortunately as the road aged the gravel tended to grind to dust and so it was coated with a layer of tar - this being “Tar-Macadam,” which was concatenated to tarmac. Somewhere in the mists of time the Americans ended up using this only to describe airport runways, but the Brits still use it to describe the road surface.

Meaning of HOTTIE

HOTTIE means: Mid eighties term for a fine young lady. meaning she's hot, She's a hottie.

Meaning of HOTTIE

HOTTIE means: Mid eighties term for a fine young lady. meaning she's hot, She's a hottie.

Meaning of Bucko

Bucko means: A friend.

Meaning of Term

Term means: The time for which anything lasts; any limited time; as, a term of five years; the term of life.

Meaning of Stop

Stop means: To spend a short time; to reside temporarily; to stay; to tarry; as, to stop with a friend.

Meaning of Pause

Pause means: To make a short stop; to cease for a time; to intermit speaking or acting; to stop; to wait; to rest.

Meaning of Term

Term means: The limitation of an estate; or rather, the whole time for which an estate is granted, as for the term of a life or lives, or for a term of years.

Meaning of Dare-deviltry

Dare-deviltry means: Reckless mischief; the action of a dare-devil.

Meaning of Session

Session means: Hence, also, the time, period, or term during which a court, council, legislature, etc., meets daily for business; or, the space of time between the first meeting and the prorogation or adjournment; thus, a session of Parliaments is opened with a speech from the throne, and closed by prorogation. The session of a judicial court is called a term.

Meaning of Stop-over

Stop-over means: Permitting one to stop over; as, a stop-over check or ticket. See To stop over, under Stop, v. i.

Meaning of Delay

Delay means: To retard; to stop, detain, or hinder, for a time; to retard the motion, or time of arrival, of; as, the mail is delayed by a heavy fall of snow.

Meaning of Dare-deviltries

Dare-deviltries means: of Dare-deviltry

Meaning of Stop

Stop means: To arrest the progress of; to hinder; to impede; to shut in; as, to stop a traveler; to stop the course of a stream, or a flow of blood.

Meaning of Dare-devil

Dare-devil means: A reckless fellow. Also used adjectively; as, dare-devil excitement.

Meaning of Suspense

Suspense means: Cessation for a time; stop; pause.

Meaning of Serve

Serve means: To pass or spend, as time, esp. time of punishment; as, to serve a term in prison.

Meaning of Durst

Durst means: of Dare. See Dare, v. i.

Meaning of Delay

Delay means: To move slowly; to stop for a time; to linger; to tarry.

Dictionary words and meanings

Meaning of Anticatarrhal

Anticatarrhal means: Efficacious against catarrh.

Meaning of Purre

Purre means: The dunlin.

Meaning of Reeling

Reeling means: of Reel

Meaning of Scurf

Scurf means: Hence, the foul remains of anything adherent.

Meaning of Tasty

Tasty means: Having a good taste; -- applied to persons; as, a tasty woman. See Taste, n., 5.

Slang words and meanings

Meaning of BAPSOUSE

BAPSOUSE means: Bapsouse is American slang for to baptise.

Meaning of VIBES

VIBES means: Vibes is slang for feelings, atmosphere, mood.

Meaning of Larry Lightweight

Larry Lightweight means: Noun. 1. A person who is easily intoxicated by alcohol or drugs, having low tolerance to intoxicants. Derog. 2. A person, who against the desires of others, has no ability or wishes to maintain an activity and gives up prematurely. Derog.

Meaning of Big deal!

Big deal! means: An interjection of dismissal. You sold your car for $500. Big deal! I got $750 for mine.

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