Fifteen n. means: The sum of five and ten; fifteen units or objects.
Fifteen n. means: The sum of five and ten; fifteen units or objects.
Fifteen (n.) means: The sum of five and ten; fifteen units or objects.
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Fifteenth (n.): One of fifteen equal parts or divisions; the quotient of a unit divided by fifteen.
Quindecagon (n.): A plane figure with fifteen angles, and consequently fifteen sides.
Fifteen (n.): A symbol representing fifteen units, as 15, or xv.
Fifteen (n.): The sum of five and ten; fifteen units or objects.
Fifteen (a.): Five and ten; one more than fourteen.
Sixteen (a.): Six and ten; consisting of six and ten; fifteen and one more.
Indiction (n.): A cycle of fifteen years.
Bismer (n.): The fifteen-spined (Gasterosteus spinachia).
Fifteenth (a.): Next in order after the fourteenth; -- the ordinal of fifteen.
Fifteenth (a.): Consisting of one of fifteen equal parts or divisions of a thing.
Quinze (n.): A game at cards in which the object is to make fifteen points.
Mohur (n.): A British Indian gold coin, of the value of fifteen silver rupees, or $7.21.
Virgate (n.): A yardland, or measure of land varying from fifteen to forty acres.
Quindecemvir (n.): One of a sacerdotal college of fifteen men whose chief duty was to take care of the Sibylline books.
Point (n.): A fielder who is stationed on the off side, about twelve or fifteen yards from, and a little in advance of, the batsman.
Sea adder (): The European fifteen-spined stickleback (Gasterosteus spinachia); -- called also bismore.
Yardland (n.): A measure of land of uncertain quantity, varying from fifteen to forty acres; a virgate.
Doubloon (a.): A Spanish gold coin, no longer issued, varying in value at different times from over fifteen dollars to about five. See Doblon in Sup.
Sampan (n.): A Chinese boat from twelve to fifteen feet long, covered with a house, and sometimes used as a permanent habitation on the inland waters.
Pentadecane (n.): A hydrocarbon of the paraffin series, (C15H32) found in petroleum, tar oil, etc., and obtained as a colorless liquid; -- so called from the fifteen carbon atoms in the molecule.
Sixteen (n.): The number greater by a unit than fifteen; the sum of ten and six; sixteen units or objects.
Fives (n. pl.): A kind of play with a ball against a wall, resembling tennis; -- so named because three fives, or fifteen, are counted to the game.
Bovate (n.): An oxgang, or as much land as an ox can plow in a year; an ancient measure of land, of indefinite quantity, but usually estimated at fifteen acres.
Spur-royal (n.): A gold coin, first made in the reign of Edward IV., having a star on the reverse resembling the rowel of a spur. In the reigns of Elizabeth and of James I., its value was fifteen shillings.
Quindecylic (n.): Pertaining to, or designating, an acid of the fatty acid series, containing fifteen atoms of carbon; called also pentadecylic acid.
Rial (n.): A gold coin formerly current in England, of the value of ten shillings sterling in the reign of Henry VI., and of fifteen shillings in the reign of Elizabeth.
Beagle (n.): A small hound, or hunting dog, twelve to fifteen inches high, used in hunting hares and other small game. See Illustration in Appendix.
Phosphor-bronze (n.): A variety of bronze possessing great hardness, elasticity, and toughness, obtained by melting copper with tin phosphide. It contains one or two per cent of phosphorus and from five to fifteen per cent of tin.
Spot (n.): A sciaenoid food fish (Liostomus xanthurus) of the Atlantic coast of the United States. It has a black spot behind the shoulders and fifteen oblique dark bars on the sides. Called also goody, Lafayette, masooka, and old wife.
Grampus (n.): A toothed delphinoid cetacean, of the genus Grampus, esp. G. griseus of Europe and America, which is valued for its oil. It grows to be fifteen to twenty feet long; its color is gray with white streaks. Called also cowfish. The California grampus is G. Stearnsii.
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FIFTEEN TWO means: Fifteen two is London Cockney rhyming slang for a Jew.
fifteen cents means: $15 worth of drugs
gold label means: 12% proof beer which is topped up to a pint with R White's Lemonade and consumed by fifteen year olds in the backroom of the local "safe pub".
TAXI means: Taxi is American slang for a prison sentence of between five and fifteen years.
Knackered means: exhaustedI’d be knackered walking like that in fifteen minutes.
cobblers means: n rubbish; nonsense. An informal term; youd be more likely to use it in response to your mates claim that he can down fifteen pints in a sitting than while giving evidence in a murder trial. Possibly Cockney rhyming slang, from cobblers awls / balls. This may be true. Who knows?
commodore means: fifteen pounds (£15). The origin is almost certainly London, and the clever and amusing derivation reflects the wit of Londoners: Cockney rhyming slang for five pounds is a 'lady', (from Lady Godiva
pikey means: n adj white trash. Its an old English word meaning gipsy, but nowadays pikey is also applied to people in possession of track suits, Citroen Saxos with eighteen-inch wheels and under-car lighting, and pregnant fifteen-year-old girlfriends.
Bowie-Knife means: A knife from ten to fifteen inches long and about two inches broad, so named after its inventor, James Bowie.
pong means: n bad smell. My maths teacher at school, Mr Benzies, also taught my uncle, who was fifteen or so years older than me. My uncle told me that in his day Mr Benzies was known unanimously as Pongo Benzies because wherever he goes, the pong goes. If youre reading this, Mr Benzies, please remember that Im just relating what my uncle said, and I didnt necessarily actually call you that, or try and get the rest of the year to call you it too.
quid means: one pound (£1) or a number of pounds sterling. Plural uses singular form, eg., 'Fifteen quid is all I want for it..', or 'I won five hundred quid on the horses yesterday..'. The slang money expression 'quid' seems first to have appeared in late 1600s England, derived from Latin (quid meaning 'what', as in 'quid pro quo' - 'something for something else'). Other intriguing possible origins/influences include a suggested connection with the highly secretive Quidhampton banknote paper-mill, and the term quid as applied (ack D Murray) to chewing tobacco, which are explained in more detail under quid in the cliches, words and slang page.
Fifteenth means: One of fifteen equal parts or divisions; the quotient of a unit divided by fifteen.
Quindecagon means: A plane figure with fifteen angles, and consequently fifteen sides.
Fifteen means: A symbol representing fifteen units, as 15, or xv.
Fifteen means: The sum of five and ten; fifteen units or objects.
Fifteen means: Five and ten; one more than fourteen.
Sixteen means: Six and ten; consisting of six and ten; fifteen and one more.
Indiction means: A cycle of fifteen years.
Bismer means: The fifteen-spined (Gasterosteus spinachia).
Fifteenth means: Next in order after the fourteenth; -- the ordinal of fifteen.
Fifteenth means: Consisting of one of fifteen equal parts or divisions of a thing.
Quinze means: A game at cards in which the object is to make fifteen points.
Mohur means: A British Indian gold coin, of the value of fifteen silver rupees, or $7.21.
Virgate means: A yardland, or measure of land varying from fifteen to forty acres.
Quindecemvir means: One of a sacerdotal college of fifteen men whose chief duty was to take care of the Sibylline books.
Point means: A fielder who is stationed on the off side, about twelve or fifteen yards from, and a little in advance of, the batsman.
Animalcule means: An animal, invisible, or nearly so, to the naked eye. See Infusoria.
Constrictive means: Serving or tending to bind or constrict.
Quiddity means: The essence, nature, or distinctive peculiarity, of a thing; that which answers the question, Quid est? or, What is it?
Voice means: To utter with sonant or vocal tone; to pronounce with a narrowed glottis and rapid vibrations of the vocal cords; to speak above a whisper.
Waul means: To cry as a cat; to squall; to wail.
DEUCE OF BENDERS means: Deuce of benders is Black−American slang for knees.
thick as shit in the neck of a bottle means: Phrs. Very stupid
chalk, to means: Very similar to dustpatch: to chalk someone before a class, to mark them with yr mark without their knowledge, normally using a board rubber. Less used now due to white board introduction. Once done, it is brought to their attention either by slow teasing or brazenly in the presence of a staff member.
scally, scallies means: (stereotype) Name for a person who wears lots of sports clothes, often Adidas or Nike, and tend to hang out on streets drinking cider and usually likes to listen to dance music., The scally is a generalisation and usually a degrading word, often the scally isn't aware that they are one, of will at least not admit to it (usually they're not the sharpest tool in the box so probably wouldn't realise anyway. We got a right telling off from 'JG' about the above definition, as you can see below. Trouble is even in the same area, different groups use the same word with a different meaning sometimes the difference is small, sometimes large. We just print 'em as we get 'em. Here's JG's definition. You can decide which definition applies to your area: "Your definition is totally wrong!! The word scally comes from `scallywag´. `Scally´ is directly traceable to the Merseyside area. It denotes a person who is sharp and street wise, perhaps a a small time thief. Or used as an adjective can describe someone who is untrustworthy, but again sharp: `scally builder´. In the mid- seventies a hardcore group of Liverpool supporters followed the team into and all over Europe. Along the way they stole and robbed from many sports goods stores. They brought these goods back to sell and wore them too. Hence the beginning of the `scally´ football fashion which began to spread nationwide in the very early eighties. Regional variations on the word to describe football supporters are easy to give: Manchester, Perry boys; SE, Casuals; Sheffield/ Yorkshire, Townies or Trendies. This most underrated of scenes eventually spliced into the warehouse party scene. The etymology of the word itself can be guessed at by looking at a word which covered the same meaning on Merseyside with an older generation. 'Buck´ or ``Bucko´ meant a young man who was wild and in trouble with the police for relatively petty offences. Its precise etymological history is Irish, brought over by the wave of immigrants into the area. The word is still used by Merseyside Police as a slang term to describe a young male offender of repute. This definition mirrors the meaning of `scally´. Which as a word again has Irish origins. In conclusion your definition is wrong for two reasons:1) You describe scallies as having low intelligence therefore showing an ignorance of this social group 2) Scallies are so famously Liverpudlian I am amazed you could attempt to locate the word as NE That is utter shite!! From reformed scally JG." (ed: thanks for that JG - any comments from alternative viewpoints gratefully received!)
Pusher-Man means: Drug dealing is the popular occupation in urban ghettos.
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