Slang meaning of tin-bum Bob

tin-bum Bob means: nickname for Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke - so named for his Cornish tin miner ancestors and to match an old enemy's nickname, see "pig-iron Bob" - tin-bum used to refer to someone who was tight with their money

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tin-bum Bob means: nickname for Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke - so named for his Cornish tin miner ancestors and to match an old enemy's nickname, see "pig-iron Bob" - tin-bum used to refer to someone who was tight with their money

Slang definition of tin-bum Bob

tin-bum Bob means: nickname for Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke - so named for his Cornish tin miner ancestors and to match an old enemy's nickname, see "pig-iron Bob" - tin-bum used to refer to someone who was tight with their money

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Nickname (v. t.): To give a nickname to; to call by a nickname.

Prime (a.): First in rank, degree, dignity, authority, or importance; as, prime minister.

Premier (n.): The first minister of state; the prime minister.

Tight (superl.): Close, so as not to admit the passage of a liquid or other fluid; not leaky; as, a tight ship; a tight cask; a tight room; -- often used in this sense as the second member of a compound; as, water-tight; air-tight.

By-name (n.): A nickname.

Nicknaming (p. pr. & vb. n.): of Nickname

Nicknamed (imp. & p. p.): of Nickname

Nick (v. t.): To nickname; to style.

Sawbones (n.): A nickname for a surgeon.

Byname (v. t.): To give a nickname to.

Bluenose (n.): A nickname for a Nova Scotian.

Wolverine (n.): A nickname for an inhabitant of Michigan.

Ekename (n.): An additional or epithet name; a nickname.

Sucker (n.): A nickname applied to a native of Illinois.

Jack (n.): A familiar nickname of, or substitute for, John.

Locofoco (n.): A nickname formerly given to a member of the Democratic party.

Hoosier (n.): A nickname given to an inhabitant of the State of Indiana.

Turlupin (n.): One of the precursors of the Reformation; -- a nickname corresponding to Lollard, etc.

Earshrift (n.): A nickname for auricular confession; shrift.

Monarcho (n.): The nickname of a crackbrained Italian who fancied himself an emperor.

Sobriquet (n.): An assumed name; a fanciful epithet or appellation; a nickname.

Peeler (n.): A nickname for a policeman; -- so called from Sir Robert Peel.

Greaser (n.): A nickname sometimes applied in contempt to a Mexican of the lowest type.

Dago (n.): A nickname given to a person of Spanish (or, by extension, Portuguese or Italian) descent.

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Doughface (n.): A contemptuous nickname for a timid, yielding politician, or one who is easily molded.

Roundhead (n.): A nickname for a Puritan. See Roundheads, the, in the Dictionary of Noted Names in Fiction.

Provection (n.): A carrying forward, as of a final letter, to a following word; as, for example, a nickname for an ekename.

Copperhead (n.): A nickname applied to a person in the Northern States who sympathized with the South during the Civil War.

Cracker (n.): A nickname to designate a poor white in some parts of the Southern United States.

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Meaning of tin-bum Bob

tin-bum Bob means: nickname for Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke - so named for his Cornish tin miner ancestors and to match an old enemy's nickname, see "pig-iron Bob" - tin-bum used to refer to someone who was tight with their money

Meaning of pig-iron Bob

pig-iron Bob means: nickname for Autralia's Prime Minister,Bob Menzies during the second world war - so named for selling iron to the Japanese only to have it converted to steel against his own country

Meaning of pig-iron Bob

pig-iron Bob means: nickname for Autralia's Prime Minister,Bob Menzies during the second world war - so named for selling iron to the Japanese only to have it converted to steel against his own country

Meaning of pig-iron Bob

pig-iron Bob means: nickname for Autralia's Prime Minister,Bob Menzies during the second world war - so named for selling iron to the Japanese only to have it converted to steel against his own country

Meaning of Jacko

Jacko means: A nickname for an Australian kookaburra

Meaning of IRON

IRON means: Iron (from Shooting Iron) is slang for a pistol or revolver. Iron (from Iron Hoof) is rhyming slang for poof.Iron is British slang for money. Iron is British slang for a crowbar.Iron is American slang for a splint−like support for a malformed leg.

Meaning of Beeb

Beeb means: Noun. 1. The commonly used nickname for the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation), the nationally owned television production and broadcasting company. {Informal} 2. Nickname for the BBC Micro computer, an early form of home computer from the 1980s.

Meaning of Money Honey

Money Honey means: nickname for CNBC’s Maria Bartiromo back in the days when the markets were hot and so was she.

Meaning of Money Honey

Money Honey means: nickname for CNBC’s Maria Bartiromo back in the days when the markets were hot and so was she.

Meaning of Nobby

Nobby means: Nickname for those with the surname of "Clark". eg. "Is everyone in the navy named Nobby Clark?" Also used for surnames "Hewitt" and "White". Also seen as "Knobby".

Meaning of Bob

Bob means: A nickname given to a one shilling coin (old Australian Pounds, Shilling and Pence) worth twelve pennies. 2. Outdated Australian currency of little value. e.g. "No, I don't won't it, keep it yourself, it's not worth two bob"

Meaning of cow juice

cow juice means: Milk. given away free in schools in the UK until Mrs Thatcher became Minister of Education. Produced the 'rhyme' "Maggie Thatcher, milk snatcher, "Thatcher Snatcher Baby Basher". "Thatcher Snatcher" has stayed as her nickname ever since.

Meaning of shit kickers

shit kickers means: Boots. Usually referring to Doc Martin's with steel toe-caps, but equally appropriate to any really tough boot as worn by genuine hard-cases, or wannabe ones. So named because, they, propelled by the wearer's foot, proceed to kick the shit out of anyone foolish enough to stand in their way. This nickname has, as far as I know, been going for ages, everywhere.

Meaning of brillo

brillo means: Nickname for a peculiar style of hair favoured by middle-aged balding males who are attempting to disguise the fact that they ARE losing their hair. Nickname is also used for men who use this hairstyle. One of the most famous people thus endowed is Andrew O'Neill, is one time editor of The Times (UK) now turned media jock. I hear from Mark Skinner that despite changing roles, "Brillo" still gets his regular pasting in the satirical magazine, Private Eye.

Meaning of Zach

Zach means: A nickname for a small silver coin (old Australian currency) worth six pennies, and roughly the size of a United States nickel coin. See also Moolah

Meaning of Blinding

Blinding means: An adjective for excellence.“The Prime Minister gave a blinding inauguration speech.”

Meaning of Duff

Duff means: - Anything that is duff is useless, junk, trash. It usually means that the object doesn't do the job it was intended for. Our last Prime Minister was pretty duff!

Meaning of Duff

Duff means: Anything that is duff is useless, junk, trash. It usually means that the object doesn't do the job it was intended for. Our last Prime Minister was pretty duff!

Meaning of Blood Money

Blood Money means: Originally known as bounty money, it was the financial reward for sinking an enemy ship. Today blood money refers to money paid by a killer as compensation to the next of kin of a murder victim or money gained at the cost of another's life or livelihood.

Meaning of Duffer

Duffer means: - Any person that is duff could be referred to as a duffer. The Prime Minister was a duffer.

Meaning of Nickname

Nickname means: To give a nickname to; to call by a nickname.

Meaning of Prime

Prime means: First in rank, degree, dignity, authority, or importance; as, prime minister.

Meaning of Premier

Premier means: The first minister of state; the prime minister.

Meaning of Tight

Tight means: Close, so as not to admit the passage of a liquid or other fluid; not leaky; as, a tight ship; a tight cask; a tight room; -- often used in this sense as the second member of a compound; as, water-tight; air-tight.

Meaning of By-name

By-name means: A nickname.

Meaning of Nicknaming

Nicknaming means: of Nickname

Meaning of Nicknamed

Nicknamed means: of Nickname

Meaning of Nick

Nick means: To nickname; to style.

Meaning of Sawbones

Sawbones means: A nickname for a surgeon.

Meaning of Byname

Byname means: To give a nickname to.

Meaning of Bluenose

Bluenose means: A nickname for a Nova Scotian.

Meaning of Wolverine

Wolverine means: A nickname for an inhabitant of Michigan.

Meaning of Ekename

Ekename means: An additional or epithet name; a nickname.

Meaning of Sucker

Sucker means: A nickname applied to a native of Illinois.

Meaning of Jack

Jack means: A familiar nickname of, or substitute for, John.

Dictionary words and meanings

Meaning of Garnish

Garnish means: To warn by garnishment; to give notice to; to garnishee. See Garnishee, v. t.

Meaning of Impulse

Impulse means: To impel; to incite.

Meaning of Insurmountably

Insurmountably means: In a manner or to a degree not to be overcome.

Meaning of Scatter-brained

Scatter-brained means: Giddy; thoughtless.

Meaning of Slowenly

Slowenly means: Characteristic of a solven; lacking neatness and order; evincing negligence; as, slovenly dress.

Slang words and meanings

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 sex

sex means: "a man sticks his cock into a womon"s pussy and sticks it in and out to make children" (ed: I kid you not... this *really* arrived as a submission!)

Meaning of gaydar

gaydar means: Like radar - but used to finding gay people.i.e "My gaydar is going off heaps - is this a gay bar?".

Meaning of SKIPPER

SKIPPER means: Conductor

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