Noticed imp. & p. p. means: of Notice
Noticed imp. & p. p. means: of Notice
Noticed (imp. & p. p.) means: of Notice
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Noticed (imp. & p. p.): of Notice
Enumeration (n.): A detailed account, in which each thing is specially noticed.
Remarkable (a.): Worthy of being remarked or noticed; noticeable; conspicuous; hence, uncommon; extraordinary.
Gismondite (n.): A native hydrated silicate of alumina, lime, and potash, first noticed near Rome.
Remark (n.): To express in words or writing, as observed or noticed; to state; to say; -- often with a substantive clause; as, he remarked that it was time to go.
Fata Morgana (): A kind of mirage by which distant objects appear inverted, distorted, displaced, or multiplied. It is noticed particularly at the Straits of Messina, between Calabria and Sicily.
Observe (v. t.): To express as what has been noticed; to utter as a remark; to say in a casual or incidental way; to remark.
Remark (n.): The expression, in speech or writing, of something remarked or noticed; the mention of that which is worthy of attention or notice; hence, also, a casual observation, comment, or statement; as, a pertinent remark.
Jamestown weed (): The poisonous thorn apple or stramonium (Datura stramonium), a rank weed early noticed at Jamestown, Virginia. See Datura.
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get off means: v make out: I just noticed Ians ex getting off with his brother! This must not be confused with the U.S. term to get someone off, which means, well, rather a lot more.
DIY means: - This is short for do it yourself and applies not just to the DIY stores but also to anything that you need to do yourself. For example, if we get really bad service in a restaurant (oh, you noticed!) then we might ask the waiter if it is a DIY restaurant - just to wind them up.
DIY means: This is short for do it yourself and applies not just to the DIY stores but also to anything that you need to do yourself. For example, if we get really bad service in a restaurant (oh, you noticed!) then we might ask the waiter if it is a DIY restaurant - just to wind them up.
slaphead means: n bald person: Have you noticed that Charlies becoming something of a slaphead? Lucky for him hes on the tall side.
Hunting means: Thinking.
I have noticed you've been shtum since morning. Whathat are you hunting?
billion means: n thousand million. As you may have noticed, this is precisely the same as the U.S. definition. Its here because some time ago in the U.K. it meant a million million, which no doubt caused a lot of confusion.
woggy walking means: Walking in the Wash Brook stream for no reason other than to see how far you could get before someone noticed that you were walking through their grounds and set their dog on you.
429 means: ed: a useful little note from Kevin asking us to amend one of the entires in the Gay Slang section: I just noticed your explanation on 429 means G.A.Y. on the phone pad, but the other meaning is For To-Night. It's a slang that frequently used when online asking people if they are looking for action the same evening.
DickRiding means: Dick Riding Is When Someone Over Praise Another Person With Intentions To Get Noticed, Or To Get Approval By That Person. This Person Acts Like A "Groupie" In Hope On Obtaining Extra Cool Points From That Person.
word means: OK, all right - an agreement. An affirmation of agreement; Question: "I'm going to the movies tonight, dawg - you want to go?", Response: "Word!") (ed: you noticed how slang is getting more expressive as the words get shorter? We'll be back to grunting at each other soon)
rodney walk means: Employed by 'aroused males' trying to walk with a massive erection and not getting noticed. Led to the stealing of the road sign from 'Rodney Walk'.
waps means: Corruption of the word baps meaning breasts because girls on the street would know if you turned to your mate and said "she's got nice bap's". Now you can turn to your mate and say"Rob, has our mobile got wap?", to mean "Have you noticed the nice waps going by?". Alternatively there's the less subtle "Wap attack!". Either way it sounded cool to say even if the girls found out what you wear talking about.
DEADBEAT means: is defined by Webster as "one who persistently fails to pay his debts or way." The word was coined in the late 1800's when railroad workers noticed that loaded freight cars made a different beat over the track-joints than cars that weren't carrying a load. The empty cars made a "dead beat" which meant they weren't paying their way. By the beginning of the 20th century "deadbeat" came to encompassed people who failed to carry their share of the load also.
pig means: Policeman - or woman (let's not be sexist in here eh?) Randy says: "I noticed you don't have any background on the word "pig" meaning the police. Based on hearsay from a friend, this is a code term used by truckers when they see a highway patrol or radar trap and wish to warn their fellow trucker(s) by r adio message, which can be tapped into by police. The example of context I heard was "There's a pig running beside the road". (ed: trouble is it doesn't really explain *where* it came from or how, or why) Keith says it came into common use around the time of the Vietnam War: Re origin of 'pig'. Like fuzz I think this originated during the hippy/anti-Vietnam protest era. The origin is fairly obvious - the most contemptible term anyone could think of for the police.
ming-ray, ming-rayed means: An individual is "ming-rayed" when his/her school-bag/folder is left unnattended. Once this is noticed by another individual, this person will alert others to join him, before instigating the act of "ming-ray"; whereby the contents of the bag are emptied and spread as far as possible within the general vicinity before the victim notices/moves to prevent it. When the victim does notice, the word "ming-ray" is shouted by the attackers, with prolonged emphasis on the "ray". So, on discovering the attack, a victim will hear "ming-raaaaay!" shouted from afar. , "Ming-ray" was popular at John Mason School, Abingdon, OXON, England, where it may have originated. It is believed to have spread to other local schools, notably Larkmead.
gool, gools, glue means: These words were used interchangeably as the term meaning "home base" when playing tag. When the game of tag began, someone would specify what Gool or Glue would be, and that object would be the home base where one could be "safe" from being tagged. Similar to 'Base'. Alternative viewpoint: I grew up in New England in the late 70's and the term "gools" was completely ubiquitous as a singular noun. "Glue" was never used to mean "home base", but if "gool" was used, I never noticed. It's possible that "gools" evolved from "gool" through the expression "No gool(s) sticking!" (ie. don't hover around home base because it doesn't give other players a fair chance of reaching it.) Even as an adult, if talk of childhood games ever comes up with peers who grew up in different parts of New England, there's a nostalgic spark if "gools" (and notably not "gool") is mentioned as we all immediately recognize the word and at the same time note what a silly word it really is. (ed: which opened the door as usual for additional input and Arrigo sent the following in!) I am happy to see that the word gools appears in your dictionary. It was the first thing I thought of when I found out about your site, and, sure enough, there it was. It is erroneous to say it originated in the 1970s because the term was around the Phineas Bates elementary school in Roslindale Massachusetts (a neighborhood in Boston) in the 1940s when I was a kid. It was used mostly in the game of "hide and go se ek" similarly to the way in which the dictionary says it was used for "tag". The term "gools sticker" (pronounced "goolsticka") was also used. I have always wondered about its etymology. One of my theories is that it was a corrupt ion of the word "goal" that somehow took on an "s" at the end, perhaps as stated in the dictionary. Another possibility is a much older root from the archaic heraldic word "gules", which means "red" and is derived from the Latin gul a, meaning "throat". Anyhow, if a kid who was hiding touched the gools before the seeker saw him or her and got back to the gools first, then he/she would cry out "my gools 1-2- 3".
Noticed means: of Notice
Enumeration means: A detailed account, in which each thing is specially noticed.
Remarkable means: Worthy of being remarked or noticed; noticeable; conspicuous; hence, uncommon; extraordinary.
Gismondite means: A native hydrated silicate of alumina, lime, and potash, first noticed near Rome.
Remark means: To express in words or writing, as observed or noticed; to state; to say; -- often with a substantive clause; as, he remarked that it was time to go.
Fata Morgana means: A kind of mirage by which distant objects appear inverted, distorted, displaced, or multiplied. It is noticed particularly at the Straits of Messina, between Calabria and Sicily.
Observe means: To express as what has been noticed; to utter as a remark; to say in a casual or incidental way; to remark.
Remark means: The expression, in speech or writing, of something remarked or noticed; the mention of that which is worthy of attention or notice; hence, also, a casual observation, comment, or statement; as, a pertinent remark.
Jamestown weed means: The poisonous thorn apple or stramonium (Datura stramonium), a rank weed early noticed at Jamestown, Virginia. See Datura.
Creaked means: of Creak
Diureide means: One of a series of complex nitrogenous substances regarded as containing two molecules of urea or their radicals, as uric acid or allantoin. Cf. Ureide.
Inverting means: of Invert
Restless means: Passed in unquietness; as, the patient has had a restless night.
Yager means: In the German army, one belonging to a body of light infantry armed with rifles, resembling the chasseur of the French army.
CODE BROWN means: Code brown is nursing slang for when a patient severely defecates in the bed.
jive means: To mislead, deceive. Don't try to jive me, man. I know what's what.
autonepiophilia means: This is the same thing as infantilism. sexually arousing behavior characterized by dressing as an infant and acting the role of a child under two years old. This can include removing some or all body hair.
chisler means: A swindler, a cheat. Les Cheatham chiseled me out of my lunch money!
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