Slang meaning of blotto

blotto means: Adj. Very drunk. [Early 1900s]

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blotto means: Adj. Very drunk. [Early 1900s]

Slang definition of blotto

blotto means: Adj. Very drunk. [Early 1900s]

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Drunk (a.): Intoxicated with, or as with, strong drink; inebriated; drunken; -- never used attributively, but always predicatively; as, the man is drunk (not, a drunk man).

Early (adv.): In advance of the usual or appointed time; in good season; prior in time; among or near the first; -- opposed to late; as, the early bird; an early spring; early fruit.

Intoxication (n.): The state of being intoxicated or drunk; inebriation; ebriety; drunkenness; the act of intoxicating or making drunk.

Maudlin (a.): Drunk, or somewhat drunk; fuddled; given to drunkenness.

Fordrunken (a.): Utterly drunk; very drunk.

Early (adv.): Soon; in good season; seasonably; betimes; as, come early.

Hastings (v.): Early fruit or vegetables; especially, early pease.

Slewed (a.): Somewhat drunk.

Drunk (p. p.): of Drink

Inebriate (v. i.): To become drunk.

Drunk (): of Drink

Wet (superl.): Refreshed with liquor; drunk.

Fuzz (v. t.): To make drunk.

Sorbile (a.): Fit to be drunk or sipped.

Potable (a.): Fit to be drunk; drinkable.

Potulent (a.): Nearly drunk; tipsy.

Youthful (a.): Of or pertaining to the early part of life; suitable to early life; as, youthful days; youthful sports.

Inebriate (v. t.): To make drunk; to intoxicate.

Drunkship (n.): The state of being drunk; drunkenness.

Whiskeyfied (a.): Drunk with whisky; intoxicated.

Drunk (n.): A drunken condition; a spree.

Dog days (): A period of from four to six weeks, in the summer, variously placed by almanac makers between the early part of July and the early part of September; canicular days; -- so called in reference to the rising in ancient times of the Dog Star (Sirius) with the sun. Popularly, the sultry, close part of the summer.

Tippled (a.): Intoxicated; inebriated; tipsy; drunk.

Drunk (a.): Drenched or saturated with moisture or liquid.

Fuzzle (v. t.): To make drunk; to intoxicate; to fuddle.

Inebriate (a.): Intoxicated; drunk; habitually given to drink; stupefied.

Inebriate (n.): One who is drunk or intoxicated; esp., an habitual drunkard; as, an asylum fro inebriates.

Ale (n.): A festival in English country places, so called from the liquor drunk.

Grogshop (n.): A shop or room where strong liquors are sold and drunk; a dramshop.

Lethe (n.): A river of Hades whose waters when drunk caused forgetfulness of the past.

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Meaning of bent

bent means: Adj. 1. Homosexual, as opposed to 'straight'. Derog. [Mid 1900s] 2. Criminal, corrupt. E.g."You can usually buy your freedom; the cops are bent and paid poorly." [Early 1900s] 3. Illegal, stolen. E.g."I'm not touching that video, it's bent." [Early 1900s]

Meaning of blotto

blotto means: Adj. Very drunk. [Early 1900s]

Meaning of tanked (up)

tanked (up) means: Adj. Drunk and in a state rowdiness. E.g."He was tanked up on strong cheap cider and looking for a fight." [Early 1900s]

Meaning of bonkers

bonkers means: Adj. 1. Crazy, insane. E.g."He must be bonkers! Imagine going out and getting drunk before meeting his girlfriend's parents for the first time." [Early 1900s] 2. Eager for, crazy for.

Meaning of ta-ta!

ta-ta! means: Exclam. Goodbye! Cf. 'ta-ra'. [Early 1900s] {Informal}

Meaning of gasper

gasper means: Noun. A cigarette. [Early 1900s]

Meaning of sloshed

sloshed means: Adj. Drunk. [1900s]

Meaning of greasy spoon

greasy spoon means: Noun. An inexpensive and poor quality cafe. [Orig. U.S. Early 1900s]

Meaning of Blighty

Blighty means: Noun. Affectionate name for England as one's home, often used jocularly. Orig. used by colonial Indian Army, from the Hindustani bilyati, meaning foreign. [Early 1900s]

Meaning of daddler/dadla/dadler

daddler/dadla/dadler means: threepenny bit (3d), and also earlier a farthing (quarter of an old penny, ¼d), from the early 1900s, based on association with the word tiddler, meaning something very small.

Meaning of flim/flimsy

flim/flimsy means: five pounds (£5), early 1900s, so called because of the thin and flimsy paper on which five pound notes of the time were printed.

Meaning of oncer

oncer means: (pronounced 'wunser'), a pound , and a simple variation of 'oner'. From the early 1900s, and like many of these slang words popular among Londoners (ack K Collard) from whom such terms spread notably via City traders and also the armed forces during the 2nd World War.

Meaning of Derby (Kelly)

Derby (Kelly) means: Noun. Stomach. Rhyming slang on belly. Also Darby Kelly, and often abbreviated to Derby Kel. [Early 1900s]

Meaning of fiver

fiver means: five pounds (£5), from the mid-1800s. More rarely from the early-mid 1900s fiver could also mean five thousand pounds, but arguably it remains today the most widely used slang term for five pounds.

Meaning of oner

oner means: (pronounced 'wunner'), commonly now meaning one hundred pounds; sometimes one thousand pounds, depending on context. In the 1800s a oner was normally a shilling, and in the early 1900s a oner was one pound.

Meaning of carpet

carpet means: three pounds (£3) or three hundred pounds (£300), or sometimes thirty pounds (£30). This has confusing and convoluted origins, from as early as the late 1800s: It seems originally to have been a slang term for a three month prison sentence, based on the following: that 'carpet bag' was cockney rhyming slang for a 'drag', which was generally used to describe a three month sentence; also that in the prison workshops it supposedly took ninety days to produce a certain regulation-size piece of carpet; and there is also a belief that prisoners used to be awarded the luxury of a piece of carpet for their cell after three year's incarceration. The term has since the early 1900s been used by bookmakers and horse-racing, where carpet refers to odds of three-to-one, and in car dealing, where it refers to an amount of £300.

Meaning of dope fiend

dope fiend means: [opprobrious term for narcotic and illicit drug users since the early 1900s; the term is used ironically by drug users to defy the social stigma] drug user, drug abuser, drug addict

Meaning of Spill the Beans

Spill the Beans means:  British English speakers might pick up on the use of the word ‘spill,’ as a metaphor for divulging. But ‘spill the beans,’ might be obscure enough for them to assume a more specific connotation, which they are not aware of. Needless to say, ‘spill the beans,’ is an American idiom for divulging secret information that dates back to the very early 1900s.

Meaning of nicker

nicker means: a pound (£1). Not pluralised for a number of pounds, eg., 'It cost me twenty nicker..' From the early 1900s, London slang, precise origin unknown. Possibly connected to the use of nickel in the minting of coins, and to the American slang use of nickel to mean a $5 dollar note, which at the late 1800s was valued not far from a pound. In the US a nickel is more commonly a five cent coin. A nicker bit is a one pound coin, and London cockney rhyming slang uses the expression 'nicker bits' to describe a case of diarrhoea.

Meaning of (it's) early days

(it's) early days means: Phrs. Too soon to know whether a situation is correct or how things will turn out. E.g."It's early days. We can't possibly know if the war in Iraq will change the country for the better." [Informal]

Meaning of Drunk

Drunk means: Intoxicated with, or as with, strong drink; inebriated; drunken; -- never used attributively, but always predicatively; as, the man is drunk (not, a drunk man).

Meaning of Early

Early means: In advance of the usual or appointed time; in good season; prior in time; among or near the first; -- opposed to late; as, the early bird; an early spring; early fruit.

Meaning of Intoxication

Intoxication means: The state of being intoxicated or drunk; inebriation; ebriety; drunkenness; the act of intoxicating or making drunk.

Meaning of Maudlin

Maudlin means: Drunk, or somewhat drunk; fuddled; given to drunkenness.

Meaning of Fordrunken

Fordrunken means: Utterly drunk; very drunk.

Meaning of Early

Early means: Soon; in good season; seasonably; betimes; as, come early.

Meaning of Hastings

Hastings means: Early fruit or vegetables; especially, early pease.

Meaning of Slewed

Slewed means: Somewhat drunk.

Meaning of Drunk

Drunk means: of Drink

Meaning of Inebriate

Inebriate means: To become drunk.

Meaning of Drunk

Drunk means: of Drink

Meaning of Wet

Wet means: Refreshed with liquor; drunk.

Meaning of Fuzz

Fuzz means: To make drunk.

Meaning of Sorbile

Sorbile means: Fit to be drunk or sipped.

Meaning of Potable

Potable means: Fit to be drunk; drinkable.

Dictionary words and meanings

Meaning of Als

Als means: Also.

Meaning of Enlivener

Enlivener means: One who, or that which, enlivens, animates, or invigorates.

Meaning of Oxytone

Oxytone means: An acute sound.

Meaning of Semilunar

Semilunar means: Shaped like a half moon.

Meaning of Tabulate

Tabulate means: To form into a table or tables; to reduce to tables or synopses.

Slang words and meanings

Meaning of ALL QUIET

ALL QUIET means: All quiet (shortened from all quiet on the Western front) is British rhyming slang for an obnoxious person (cunt).

Meaning of DIP AND DRIVE

DIP AND DRIVE means: Dip and drive is British slang for to drive.

Meaning of SPACEY

SPACEY means: Spacey is slang for ambient, ethereal.Spacey is slang for vague and dreamy, as if under the influence of drugs.

Meaning of R. Kelly

R. Kelly means: v. To have sexual relations with a younger woman. Because R&B singer R. Kelly has that reputation. *Although this term is not widely used anymore, it still bears stating as it has had use and could be still in circulation in certain contexts.  "Why you R. Kellyin' those jr. high girls, One time?" 

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