Slang meaning of sniff

sniff means: Said while holding your middle finger up at someone (giving the bird). It was popular at primary school for a couple of years, after somebody learnt it off their older and more worldy brother. (ed: I think I can guess why - but am always open to alternate suggestions.).

What is the slang meaning/definition of sniff ?

sniff means: Said while holding your middle finger up at someone (giving the bird). It was popular at primary school for a couple of years, after somebody learnt it off their older and more worldy brother. (ed: I think I can guess why - but am always open to alternate suggestions.).

Slang definition of sniff

sniff means: Said while holding your middle finger up at someone (giving the bird). It was popular at primary school for a couple of years, after somebody learnt it off their older and more worldy brother. (ed: I think I can guess why - but am always open to alternate suggestions.).

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More meanings / definitions of Said while holding your middle finger up at someone (giving the bird). It was popular at primary school for a couple of years, after somebody learnt it off their older and more worldy brother. (ed: I think I can guess why - but am always open to alternate suggestions.). or words, sentences containing Said while holding your middle finger up at someone (giving the bird). It was popular at primary school for a couple of years, after somebody learnt it off their older and more worldy brother. (ed: I think I can guess why - but am always open to alternate suggestions.).?

Elder (a.): Born before another; prior in years; senior; earlier; older; as, his elder brother died in infancy; -- opposed to younger, and now commonly applied to a son, daughter, child, brother, etc.

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

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.

Mid (superl.): Occupying a middle position; middle; as, the mid finger; the mid hour of night.

Primary (n.): One of the large feathers on the distal joint of a bird's wing. See Plumage, and Illust. of Bird.

Quarterstaff (n.): A long and stout staff formerly used as a weapon of defense and offense; -- so called because in holding it one hand was placed in the middle, and the other between the middle and the end.

Middle-aged (a.): Being about the middle of the ordinary age of man; between 30 and 50 years old.

Academy (n.): An institution for the study of higher learning; a college or a university. Popularly, a school, or seminary of learning, holding a rank between a college and a common school.

Seminal (a.): Contained in seed; holding the relation of seed, source, or first principle; holding the first place in a series of developed results or consequents; germinal; radical; primary; original; as, seminal principles of generation; seminal virtue.

Brother (v. t.): To make a brother of; to call or treat as a brother; to admit to a brotherhood.

Couple (a.): One of the pairs of plates of two metals which compose a voltaic battery; -- called a voltaic couple or galvanic couple.

Atrium (n.): An open court with a porch or gallery around three or more sides; especially at the entrance of a basilica or other church. The name was extended in the Middle Ages to the open churchyard or cemetery.

Thither (a.): Applied to time: On the thither side of, older than; of more years than. See Hither, a.

Medius (n.): The third or middle finger; the third digit, or that which corresponds to it.

Primary (a.): First in order, as being preparatory to something higher; as, primary assemblies; primary schools.

Free (superl.): Thrown open, or made accessible, to all; to be enjoyed without limitations; unrestricted; not obstructed, engrossed, or appropriated; open; -- said of a thing to be possessed or enjoyed; as, a free school.

Incapable (a.): Unqualified or disqualified, in a legal sense; as, a man under thirty-five years of age is incapable of holding the office of president of the United States; a person convicted on impeachment is thereby made incapable of holding an office of profit or honor under the government.

Deuterozooid (n.): One of the secondary, and usually sexual, zooids produced by budding or fission from the primary zooids, in animals having alternate generations. In the tapeworms, the joints are deuterozooids.

Popular (a.): Beloved or approved by the people; pleasing to people in general, or to many people; as, a popular preacher; a popular law; a popular administration.

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.

Brother german (): A brother by both the father's and mother's side, in contradistinction to a uterine brother, one by the mother only.

Coudee (n.): A measure of length; the distance from the elbow to the end of the middle finger; a cubit.

Cubit (n.): A measure of length, being the distance from the elbow to the extremity of the middle finger.

Open (v. t.): To make or set open; to render free of access; to unclose; to unbar; to unlock; to remove any fastening or covering from; as, to open a door; to open a box; to open a room; to open a letter.

Table (v. t.): To insert, as one piece of timber into another, by alternate scores or projections from the middle, to prevent slipping; to scarf.

Couple-close (n.): A diminutive of the chevron, containing one fourth of its surface. Couple-closes are generally borne one on each side of a chevron, and the blazoning may then be either a chevron between two couple-closes or chevron cottised.

Guess (v. i.): To make a guess or random judgment; to conjecture; -- with at, about, etc.

Uranus (n.): One of the primary planets. It is about 1,800,000,000 miles from the sun, about 36,000 miles in diameter, and its period of revolution round the sun is nearly 84 of our years.

Popular (a.): Adapted to the means of the common people; possessed or obtainable by the many; hence, cheap; common; ordinary; inferior; as, popular prices; popular amusements.

Brother (n.): A male person who has the same father and mother with another person, or who has one of them only. In the latter case he is more definitely called a half brother, or brother of the half blood.

Like to add another meaning or definition of Said while holding your middle finger up at someone (giving the bird). It was popular at primary school for a couple of years, after somebody learnt it off their older and more worldy brother. (ed: I think I can guess why - but am always open to alternate suggestions.).?

Words, slangs, sentences and phrases similar to Said while holding your middle finger up at someone (giving the bird). It was popular at primary school for a couple of years, after somebody learnt it off their older and more worldy brother. (ed: I think I can guess why - but am always open to alternate suggestions.).

Meaning of sniff

sniff means: Said while holding your middle finger up at someone (giving the bird). It was popular at primary school for a couple of years, after somebody learnt it off their older and more worldy brother. (ed: I think I can guess why - but am always open to alternate suggestions.).

Meaning of bird

bird means: Noun. 1. A female. Use can be taken as offensive. E.g."Did you see that bird at the back of the bus!" 2. A girlfiend, when used in conjunction with a possessive pronoun, such as my bird. 3. Time spent in prison. E.g."I did 20 years bird before I learnt how to control my temper and keep out of trouble."

Meaning of the bird

the bird means: The raised middle finger. Grannis served 10 years in the big house.

Meaning of flip the bird

flip the bird means: Stick up the middle finger. I told him his dad word panty-hose and he flipped me the bird.

Meaning of the bird

the bird means: The raised middle finger. The little twerp gives you the bird if anything displeases him.

Meaning of mlm

mlm means: giving the digital middle finger

Meaning of melvin

melvin means: Another contributor objects to the 'wedgie' definition and sent in the following: In my school described the action of grabbing someone's testicles and twisting (especially when performed by a girl to get revenge over some form of sexual harrasment). One girl, Kim, a couple of years above the contributor, was notorious for giving them, although he personally found her to be a very nice person. Used as "Watch out fer that Kim, she'll melvin yer!!".

Meaning of shooting the bird

shooting the bird means: Flicking the middle finger, usually accompanied with a "Fuck you!".

Meaning of flip the bird

flip the bird means: Verb. A dismissive, obscene hand gesture, specifically whereby the middle finger is extended from a clenched fist.

Meaning of flip the bird

flip the bird means: Stick up the middle finger. What kind of music do you have on the flip side of the tape?

Meaning of give the finger

give the finger means: Stick up the middle finger. I told him his mother wears combat boots and he gave me the finger.

Meaning of finger

finger means: Verb. 1. To sexually molest the genitals, usually a females. 2. To inform. Noun. 1. A measure of alcohol, usually spirits. Based on the breadth of a finger. {Informal}. 2. The gesture of pointing one's middle finger upwards as an insult. Derog. E.g."I didn't bother to say a word, instead I just gave him the finger and walked away."

Meaning of the finger

the finger means: The raised middle finger. The little twit gave me the finger when I asked him for a light.

Meaning of squirrel

squirrel means: A game played by little boys (mostly) in which they run around holding one hand over their genitals while trying to grab those of the other boy. The game is played with trousers on, although in the 1940s one version was played in which the aim was to rip open the fly-buttons of the opponent. The name derived from the action - i.e. a squirrel gathers nuts. (ed: I wonder whether this is still played now in these enlightened times? Maybe it's played with a different name? Suggestions welcome)

Meaning of rodney

rodney means: Doing a "Rodney" on someone meant rubbing, or quick short strikes of your middle finger knuckle, into the head of the victim (often a brother or sister). Often used in conjunction with hair pulling.

Meaning of bird (flipping the ...)

bird (flipping the ...) means: The ultimate verbal insult in the USA. Consists of balling the fist with the exception of the middle finger, pointing it at the target and raising it rapidly in a vertical direction - best performed with a sneer on the face as well. Italian in origin.

Meaning of dildo

dildo means: Term used to berate someone for an act of stupidity - "What did you go and do that for, you dildo" used interchangeably with "div", Contributor said using this at primary school caused lots of trouble at the time - but although it was made clear that it was very rude - what one really was wasn't discovered until several years later!

Meaning of cheeky-sweat

cheeky-sweat means: A reprimand, e.g. if someone grabbed half the bag of crisps when offered one, you would shout "get off, yer cheeky sweat!!!". Came into popular use around 80/81 when contributor was in second year juniors. It lasted the test of time as well, seeing as it was used well into high school and compared favorably with the words and phrases learnt later on.

Meaning of quis - eggo

quis - eggo means: Pronounced "Quiz" and "Eggo". I think this is here already somewhere as a call and response where someone is giving something away; this is definitely from the Latin as there are some additional words somtimes used; eg if there are two or more people shouting "Ego" at about the same time and the person shouting "Quis" isn't sure who was first or doesn't like all of the people claiming, it would then open up to people shouting "Mihi" and then the "Quis"-er could choose one of the claimants by looking at them and saying "Tibi". Obviously this variant only takes place in schools where everyone has learnt some Latin (literally as far as I remember "Quis?"=Who?, "Ego"="I", "mihi"=to me (sometimes "meum"=mine, "tibi"= to you (or "teum"=yours)). I suppose logically the "Quis"-er could say "vobis" to give out a number of things to the whole lot but I never heard this!, Pretty much any UK prep school up until at least the 1980's. Even posh kids grow out of talking to each other in Latin by the time they hit puberty! (ed: I never took Latin - and since I have no idea what any of this means, it was included verbatim)

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 Elder

Elder means: Born before another; prior in years; senior; earlier; older; as, his elder brother died in infancy; -- opposed to younger, and now commonly applied to a son, daughter, child, brother, etc.

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 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 Mid

Mid means: Occupying a middle position; middle; as, the mid finger; the mid hour of night.

Meaning of Primary

Primary means: One of the large feathers on the distal joint of a bird's wing. See Plumage, and Illust. of Bird.

Meaning of Quarterstaff

Quarterstaff means: A long and stout staff formerly used as a weapon of defense and offense; -- so called because in holding it one hand was placed in the middle, and the other between the middle and the end.

Meaning of Middle-aged

Middle-aged means: Being about the middle of the ordinary age of man; between 30 and 50 years old.

Meaning of Academy

Academy means: An institution for the study of higher learning; a college or a university. Popularly, a school, or seminary of learning, holding a rank between a college and a common school.

Meaning of Seminal

Seminal means: Contained in seed; holding the relation of seed, source, or first principle; holding the first place in a series of developed results or consequents; germinal; radical; primary; original; as, seminal principles of generation; seminal virtue.

Meaning of Brother

Brother means: To make a brother of; to call or treat as a brother; to admit to a brotherhood.

Meaning of Couple

Couple means: One of the pairs of plates of two metals which compose a voltaic battery; -- called a voltaic couple or galvanic couple.

Meaning of Atrium

Atrium means: An open court with a porch or gallery around three or more sides; especially at the entrance of a basilica or other church. The name was extended in the Middle Ages to the open churchyard or cemetery.

Meaning of Thither

Thither means: Applied to time: On the thither side of, older than; of more years than. See Hither, a.

Meaning of Medius

Medius means: The third or middle finger; the third digit, or that which corresponds to it.

Meaning of Primary

Primary means: First in order, as being preparatory to something higher; as, primary assemblies; primary schools.

Dictionary words and meanings

Meaning of Emmantle

Emmantle means: To cover over with, or as with, a mantle; to put about as a protection.

Meaning of Paronomasy

Paronomasy means: Paronomasia.

Meaning of Poke

Poke means: A long, wide sleeve; -- called also poke sleeve.

Meaning of Predicament

Predicament means: A class or kind described by any definite marks; hence, condition; particular situation or state; especially, an unfortunate or trying position or condition.

Meaning of Zoopraxiscope

Zoopraxiscope means: An instrument similar to, or the same as, the, the phenakistoscope, by means of which pictures projected upon a screen are made to exhibit the natural movements of animals, and the like.

Slang words and meanings

Meaning of PLAY HOOKY

PLAY HOOKY means: Play hooky is slang for truancy.

Meaning of pish

pish means: Noun/Verb. 'Piss'. [Scottish use]

Meaning of copping

copping means: Pleading guilty.

Meaning of Bengal Lancer

Bengal Lancer means: Chancer

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