Slang meaning of hungro

hungro means: Used to describe a male usually, a dirty old man who has a particular 'look' in his eyes while looking at young girls. Used (with horror in the voice) as "What a Hungro", "I wish that Hungro would stop looking at me that way". Contributor said her and a friend made the word up while in Middle school but it quickly spread though the Southern california area for some reason. Considering they were in middle school the term 'dirty old man' seemed to be anyone over the aprox. age of 28. (ed: oops... )

What is the slang meaning/definition of hungro ?

hungro means: Used to describe a male usually, a dirty old man who has a particular 'look' in his eyes while looking at young girls. Used (with horror in the voice) as "What a Hungro", "I wish that Hungro would stop looking at me that way". Contributor said her and a friend made the word up while in Middle school but it quickly spread though the Southern california area for some reason. Considering they were in middle school the term 'dirty old man' seemed to be anyone over the aprox. age of 28. (ed: oops... )

Slang definition of hungro

hungro means: Used to describe a male usually, a dirty old man who has a particular 'look' in his eyes while looking at young girls. Used (with horror in the voice) as "What a Hungro", "I wish that Hungro would stop looking at me that way". Contributor said her and a friend made the word up while in Middle school but it quickly spread though the Southern california area for some reason. Considering they were in middle school the term 'dirty old man' seemed to be anyone over the aprox. age of 28. (ed: oops... )

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More meanings / definitions of Used to describe a male usually, a dirty old man who has a particular 'look' in his eyes while looking at young girls. Used (with horror in the voice) as "What a Hungro", "I wish that Hungro would stop looking at me that way". Contributor said her and a friend made the word up while in Middle school but it quickly spread though the Southern california area for some reason. Considering they were in middle school the term 'dirty old man' seemed to be anyone over the aprox. age of 28. (ed: oops... ) or words, sentences containing Used to describe a male usually, a dirty old man who has a particular 'look' in his eyes while looking at young girls. Used (with horror in the voice) as "What a Hungro", "I wish that Hungro would stop looking at me that way". Contributor said her and a friend made the word up while in Middle school but it quickly spread though the Southern california area for some reason. Considering they were in middle school the term 'dirty old man' seemed to be anyone over the aprox. age of 28. (ed: oops... )?

Dirty (superl.): Defiled with dirt; foul; nasty; filthy; not clean or pure; serving to defile; as, dirty hands; dirty water; a dirty white.

Schoolmaster (n.): The man who presides over and teaches a school; a male teacher of a school.

Middle (a.): Equally distant from the extreme either of a number of things or of one thing; mean; medial; as, the middle house in a row; a middle rank or station in life; flowers of middle summer; men of middle age.

School (n.): A place of primary instruction; an establishment for the instruction of children; as, a primary school; a common school; a grammar school.

School (n.): One of the seminaries for teaching logic, metaphysics, and theology, which were formed in the Middle Ages, and which were characterized by academical disputations and subtilties of reasoning.

Dirty (v. t.): To foul; to make filthy; to soil; as, to dirty the clothes or hands.

Squalid (a.): Dirty through neglect; foul; filthy; extremely dirty.

Monsoon (n.): A wind blowing part of the year from one direction, alternating with a wind from the opposite direction; -- a term applied particularly to periodical winds of the Indian Ocean, which blow from the southwest from the latter part of May to the middle of September, and from the northeast from about the middle of October to the middle of December.

Dirty (superl.): Sordid; base; groveling; as, a dirty fellow.

Dirty (superl.): Sleety; gusty; stormy; as, dirty weather.

Iatromathematician (n.): One of a school of physicians in Italy, about the middle of the 17th century, who tried to apply the laws of mechanics and mathematics to the human body, and hence were eager student of anatomy; -- opposed to the iatrochemists.

Soss (n.): Anything dirty or muddy; a dirty puddle.

Soil (n.): To make dirty or unclean on the surface; to foul; to dirty; to defile; as, to soil a garment with dust.

Romantic (a.): Of or pertaining to the style of the Christian and popular literature of the Middle Ages, as opposed to the classical antique; of the nature of, or appropriate to, that style; as, the romantic school of poets.

School (n.): An assemblage of scholars; those who attend upon instruction in a school of any kind; a body of pupils.

Schoolmistress (n.): A woman who governs and teaches a school; a female school-teacher.

School (n.): The canons, precepts, or body of opinion or practice, sanctioned by the authority of a particular class or age; as, he was a gentleman of the old school.

School (v. t.): To train in an institution of learning; to educate at a school; to teach.

School (n.): Figuratively, any means of knowledge or discipline; as, the school of experience.

Gymnasium (n.): A school for the higher branches of literature and science; a preparatory school for the university; -- used esp. of German schools of this kind.

Clinic (n.): A school, or a session of a school or class, in which medicine or surgery is taught by the examination and treatment of patients in the presence of the pupils.

School (n.): A shoal; a multitude; as, a school of fish.

School-teacher (n.): One who teaches or instructs a school.

Schoolfellow (n.): One bred at the same school; an associate in school.

Minnesinger (n.): A love-singer; specifically, one of a class of German poets and musicians who flourished from about the middle of the twelfth to the middle of the fourteenth century. They were chiefly of noble birth, and made love and beauty the subjects of their verses.

Montem (n.): A custom, formerly practiced by the scholars at Eton school, England, of going every third year, on Whittuesday, to a hillock near the Bath road, and exacting money from all passers-by, to support at the university the senior scholar of the school.

School (n.): A place for learned intercourse and instruction; an institution for learning; an educational establishment; a place for acquiring knowledge and mental training; as, the school of the prophets.

Mediaevalism (n.): The method or spirit of the Middle Ages; devotion to the institutions and practices of the Middle Ages; a survival from the Middle Ages.

Eleatic (a.): Of or pertaining to a certain school of Greek philosophers who taught that the only certain science is that which owes nothing to the senses, and all to the reason.

Falsetto (n.): A false or artificial voice; that voice in a man which lies above his natural voice; the male counter tenor or alto voice. See Head voice, under Voice.

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Meaning of hungro

hungro means: Used to describe a male usually, a dirty old man who has a particular 'look' in his eyes while looking at young girls. Used (with horror in the voice) as "What a Hungro", "I wish that Hungro would stop looking at me that way". Contributor said her and a friend made the word up while in Middle school but it quickly spread though the Southern california area for some reason. Considering they were in middle school the term 'dirty old man' seemed to be anyone over the aprox. age of 28. (ed: oops... )

Meaning of bugs

bugs means: Mysterious disease or ailment transmitted to you by getting to close to someone who was dirty or smelly, and that you could in turn transmit to other people by touching them. e.g. if you got too close to someone who was dirty you then had 'the bugs'. People who were particularly dirty were called either 'bugsy boy' or 'bugsy girl'. Note. You could protect yourself from the bugs by clutching the top of your arm (I'd imagine this came from holding the area where you had your inoculation jab) and shouting, '1,2,3,4,5 bugs injection all over for life'. This was a primary school practise and died out by the time you got to secondary school.

Meaning of scrote

scrote means: It is a slang term for scrotum, but used in a derogatory way for when you are pissed off at a man, for whatever reason. Used as, "Give me back my tampon, you friggin scrote!", or "My stepson is such a scrote.", or "That big, hairy scrote is tailgating me in his big scrotemobile!", and "Don't be a scrote; give me a ride to school?". In most cases, this term refers to a man, but can be used for a manish woman. Contributor first heard this term a few years ago when her friend was mad at her step son and called him a "Scrote". She laughed so hard that she almost fell out of my chair and has been using the term ever since! Her female friends in Germany and Austria are using this term now, since she told them about it. They love it because they can insult their male friends and the male friends don't have a clue as to what a scrote is!

Meaning of apple catchers

apple catchers means: Derogatory term for someone wearing unflattering big underwear. Example: 'that fat old trout had a pair of frilly apple catchers on'. This is a term used in Herefordshire term (west country) and probably comes from this area having a large number of orchards for cider making. Contributor says it must be a old term as his dad and his mates use it and the kids in school used it at school and continue the tradition to this day.

Meaning of knob-scratch

knob-scratch means: Someone who annoys you or bugs you constantly. Used as "Oi knob-scratch piss off!" Contributor says the following "Originated from Y11 at the Rawlett school in Tamworth UK. This word was mainly used to describe his friend 'Aaron'.

Meaning of griffage

griffage means: 'Low slung' crutch on trousers. A term local to contributors school named after a lad called "Griffin" who's trouser crutch area was always down around his knees.This condition is usually caused by "Trousers too big/no belt combination scenario. Griffage officially occurs when crutch area=greater than 4" from scrote. Usage: Shout "GRIFFAGE!" whilst in the company of a friend in the know. Friend must then spot said Griffage and point. Contributor says "Utter nonsense I know but there you go!".

Meaning of woofer

woofer means: Flatulence (act or result) - e.g. "Who woofered?"; "Did you woofer?"; Contributor wrote the following: This was used by my circle of friends for a very brief period in the 9th grade in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, a suburb about 30 km West of Toronto. We were a pretty straightlaced, upper middle class, but quite ethnically diverse bunch. My first contact, so to speak, with this word occurred when I met a bunch of other kids in the 9th grade (this is 1982, by the way) who had come from another public school. The use of the word more or less ran its course after six months or so, although, it has appeared sporadically on occasion since then, although more or less as a nostalgiac reference to that era.

Meaning of moted

moted means: 1. An interjection shouted at someone who has been publicly humiliated. 1a. "Moted, corroded, your booty exploded." 2. Adjective describing such a person, i.e. "When she said that to him, he musta felt so moted." 3. General insult, i.e. "Those shoes are hella moted.". Contributor reports this as being very regional in its use. He doesn't think it's been heard outside the California state border. Even in CA it seems to have been confined to certain neighborhoods, with huge tracts of land between them totally ignorant of the word, as if it had teleported the distance. He thought it was a San Francisco Bay Area thing, but recently heard it referred to as "Valley slang" (S. California.) He remembers it from the early 90s, but its use apparently peaked in the 80s. Probably derives from "demoted." (ed: no sooner do we add information than it's updated... which is great! For example... see below. Ilana sent in the following) Your listing says it was particular to California, but you only list the Bay area (San Francisco) and the San Fernando Valley as places where you've gotten confirmed reports it was used. Well, I can add another area: I lived in Santa Monica (L.A.) in the 1970s and heard "moted" and "moted and corroded" all the time, at school. Although Santa Monica is only a handful of miles from the San Fernando Valley, it is definitely NOT the valley, culturally speaking; those really are two distinct areas, so you could add Santa Monica to your listing as a legitimate third part of California where the expression was used. (ed: so that clears *that* up... perhaps?)

Meaning of the land is yours oh god

the land is yours oh god means: People used to sing the opening line of this school hymn: The land is yours oh God, You nourish it with rain. This was popular because if sang in a certain manner, an all too obvious expletive could be constructed: The land is yours oh god, You nouriSH IT with rain. The word SHIT was over emphasised and everyone at Ley Hill Middle School (Sutton Coldfield) was in on the joke... thus making for particularly amusing assemblies.

Meaning of gay (2)

gay (2) means: Nothing to do with homosexuality, but anything that doesn't work right, especially to do with computer games or general entertainment. also when people cheat online or game 'lags up' (suffers from internet delays) eg 'that was gay'. Also anything inconvenient, unfashionable or disappointing. Used in place of 'this/that sucks' or is 'this/that is uncool' and is used mostly by Middle School and High School students. Ex. 'We have to write a five page essay!' 'That is so gay!". Similarly another definition submission says: Stupid, uncool, ridiculous (read comment!), I've heard this common name for homosexuals used in my boarding school, Kodaikanal International School of India, in sentences like "Man, that is so gay!" or "Don't be gay man, now gimme the ball!" no way to tell how it originated. classmate from Arizona told me he heard it being used in a similar fashion in his old school as well. wierd.

Meaning of major (2)

major (2) means: Used in similar fashion to "brilliant" or "cool". Often used alone, or to describe something or as a substitute for the word "really". Currently used by girls aged about 16 in a comprehensive school in Essex.

Meaning of chailey

chailey means: Mentally ambiguous. The word 'Chailey' was used to describe a person in exactly the same way as the word 'Joey' or 'Deacon'would have been. The word 'Chailey' was taken from the name of a Special Needs school called Chailey Heritage based about 10 miles from the school. http://www.chaileyheritage.e-sussex.sch.uk

Meaning of tricolore

tricolore means: Not really 'slang' but interesting nevertheless - quoted verbatim: "Not exactly a word, this was the French textbook loads of people learnt French from. There were a number of things we found amusing such as the guy who always asked "Est-ce-qu'il-y-a un Banc pres d'ici?" in a voice so deep it made Mr Bean sound like Joe Pasquali. The reason for this we realised must be due to the fact that the Tricolore audio cassetes were recorded by two blokes, and since any women's voices were just a bloke talking in a high-pitched voice, they had to make the blokes obvious, and consequently they all had deep voices. This was not helped by the fact that our French tapes were all played on the standard "School-Issue" Coomber cassete player with a big black woven-grille front and a wooden back with holes drilled in it. These cassete players invariably resonated erratically no matter what kind of sound was being played. Some common Tricolore Phrases: • "Comment????" • "Oui, Madamme, il-y-a une Banc la-bas." • "Numero UN!!!, Sex-ion A!!!! EX-OM-PLUH!!!" Of course, all our books dated back to the seventies so when I was at school in the mid nineties you couldn't see the photos due to the "modifications" that other students had made over the years. I remember the Woman-With-The-Petrol-Pump photo was the most graffitied.

Meaning of démon de midi

démon de midi means: old goat; dirty old man or woman (lit.: demon of middle age)

Meaning of mallie

mallie means: Homosexual. Used as term of abuse to describe somebody who was gay (or appeared to be). Also used to describe the act of homosexual intercourse (ie. "He mallied him!") f. Allegedly, the word came into use following an incident with a boy named "Malcolm" and another man, but has since found to be untrue. However, the word remained in use at the contributors school in Durham for many years after the supposed event.

Meaning of george

george means: Word used to mean a menstrual period. At Ackworth School, Yorkshire UK (a Quaker boarding school) the dates of the girls periods had to be recorded in the "George Book").

Meaning of stenner

stenner means: Shortened version of Frankenstein - Used to describe a person with a large forehead. Tefal was also used as the word is based on the large foreheaded characters featured in the Tefal advert in the UK in the mid 80's. D. Young of Lavington School was the original source of the "Stenny!" term.

Meaning of minter

minter means: At school there was a red haired lad who complained that he was being called ginger minger. The teacher, seemingly unaware of what a minge was and slightly hard of hearing, was nevertheless outraged by the upset caused to this boy and held a special assembly n the school hall. He said that it was no longer acceptable to refer to red haired pupils as 'ginger minters'. As a result the word Minter immediately became the most popular word in the school, being used with gay abandon at anyone who had even the merest hint of ginger in their hair. To my knowledge this term of abuse travelled to a number of universities when the boys in that year left school.

Meaning of jarred (well ...)

jarred (well ...) means: A "put down". Used on someone who had been put right, or in some way disappointed or distressed, usually prefixed by "well". eg. "I bet you were well jarred when Mr. Nobbs confiscated your Invader 1000." Origins unknown. It was the 'in' word at the contributors middle school in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk and may well have been used at others.

Meaning of sick on you

sick on you means: A sort of 'ha-ha you got it wrong' type comment. "You thought Ian Dury sang for The Boomtown Rats? Well, sick on you!", Contributor is convinced this got made up on a school trip taken to Brittany in the mid 80s. However, we all heard it used on Grange Hill (ed: classic kids programme about school life) a few weeks *after* we got back.

Meaning of Dirty

Dirty means: Defiled with dirt; foul; nasty; filthy; not clean or pure; serving to defile; as, dirty hands; dirty water; a dirty white.

Meaning of Schoolmaster

Schoolmaster means: The man who presides over and teaches a school; a male teacher of a school.

Meaning of Middle

Middle means: Equally distant from the extreme either of a number of things or of one thing; mean; medial; as, the middle house in a row; a middle rank or station in life; flowers of middle summer; men of middle age.

Meaning of School

School means: A place of primary instruction; an establishment for the instruction of children; as, a primary school; a common school; a grammar school.

Meaning of School

School means: One of the seminaries for teaching logic, metaphysics, and theology, which were formed in the Middle Ages, and which were characterized by academical disputations and subtilties of reasoning.

Meaning of Dirty

Dirty means: To foul; to make filthy; to soil; as, to dirty the clothes or hands.

Meaning of Squalid

Squalid means: Dirty through neglect; foul; filthy; extremely dirty.

Meaning of Monsoon

Monsoon means: A wind blowing part of the year from one direction, alternating with a wind from the opposite direction; -- a term applied particularly to periodical winds of the Indian Ocean, which blow from the southwest from the latter part of May to the middle of September, and from the northeast from about the middle of October to the middle of December.

Meaning of Dirty

Dirty means: Sordid; base; groveling; as, a dirty fellow.

Meaning of Dirty

Dirty means: Sleety; gusty; stormy; as, dirty weather.

Meaning of Iatromathematician

Iatromathematician means: One of a school of physicians in Italy, about the middle of the 17th century, who tried to apply the laws of mechanics and mathematics to the human body, and hence were eager student of anatomy; -- opposed to the iatrochemists.

Meaning of Soss

Soss means: Anything dirty or muddy; a dirty puddle.

Meaning of Soil

Soil means: To make dirty or unclean on the surface; to foul; to dirty; to defile; as, to soil a garment with dust.

Meaning of Romantic

Romantic means: Of or pertaining to the style of the Christian and popular literature of the Middle Ages, as opposed to the classical antique; of the nature of, or appropriate to, that style; as, the romantic school of poets.

Meaning of School

School means: An assemblage of scholars; those who attend upon instruction in a school of any kind; a body of pupils.

Dictionary words and meanings

Meaning of But

But means: A person at whom ridicule, jest, or contempt is directed; as, the butt of the company.

Meaning of Folliful

Folliful means: Full of folly.

Meaning of Mandrake

Mandrake means: A low plant (Mandragora officinarum) of the Nightshade family, having a fleshy root, often forked, and supposed to resemble a man. It was therefore supposed to have animal life, and to cry out when pulled up. All parts of the plant are strongly narcotic. It is found in the Mediterranean region.

Meaning of Supertonic

Supertonic means: The note next above the keynote; the second of the scale.

Meaning of Water pitcher

Water pitcher means: A pitcher for water.

Slang words and meanings

Meaning of CRACK A FAT

CRACK A FAT means: Crack a fat is Australian slang for to have an erect penis.

Meaning of FLORIN

FLORIN means: Florin is British slang for defecation.

Meaning of STRAIN THE POTATOES

STRAIN THE POTATOES means: Strain the potatoes is Australian slang for to urinate.

Meaning of TRIPPY

TRIPPY means: Trippy is slang for exhibiting the effects of psychedelic drugs. TrogTrog is British slang for to walk energetically, to trek. Trog is British slang for a slow−witted, simple person.

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