Slang meaning of F*ck you, Watson

F*ck you, Watson means: A comeback to the "No shit, Sherlock" response. I edited it because I didn't know what sort of language you didn't want on the site. I don't know how popular the was, but my friends and I used it all the time.

What is the slang meaning/definition of F*ck you, Watson ?

F*ck you, Watson means: A comeback to the "No shit, Sherlock" response. I edited it because I didn't know what sort of language you didn't want on the site. I don't know how popular the was, but my friends and I used it all the time.

Slang definition of F*ck you, Watson

F*ck you, Watson means: A comeback to the "No shit, Sherlock" response. I edited it because I didn't know what sort of language you didn't want on the site. I don't know how popular the was, but my friends and I used it all the time.

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Tarantella (n.): A rapid and delirious sort of Neapolitan dance in 6-8 time, which moves in whirling triplets; -- so called from a popular notion of its being a remedy against the poisonous bite of the tarantula. Some derive its name from Taranto in Apulia.

Slang (n.): Low, vulgar, unauthorized language; a popular but unauthorized word, phrase, or mode of expression; also, the jargon of some particular calling or class in society; low popular cant; as, the slang of the theater, of college, of sailors, etc.

Sort (n.): A kind or species; any number or collection of individual persons or things characterized by the same or like qualities; a class or order; as, a sort of men; a sort of horses; a sort of trees; a sort of poems.

Paspy (n.): A kind of minuet, in triple time, of French origin, popular in the reign of Queen Elizabeth and for some time after; -- called also passing measure, and passymeasure.

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.

Vogue (n.): The way or fashion of people at any particular time; temporary mode, custom, or practice; popular reception for the time; -- used now generally in the phrase in vogue.

Site (n.): The place where anything is fixed; situation; local position; as, the site of a city or of a house.

Site (n.): A place fitted or chosen for any certain permanent use or occupation; as, a site for a church.

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.

Popular (a.): Of or pertaining to the common people, or to the whole body of the people, as distinguished from a select portion; as, the popular voice; popular elections.

Sort (v. t.): To separate, and place in distinct classes or divisions, as things having different qualities; as, to sort cloths according to their colors; to sort wool or thread according to its fineness.

Carmagnole (n.): A popular or Red Rebublican song and dance, of the time of the first French Revolution.

Relation (n.): The carrying back, and giving effect or operation to, an act or proceeding frrom some previous date or time, by a sort of fiction, as if it had happened or begun at that time. In such case the act is said to take effect by relation.

Friendly (adv.): In the manner of friends; amicably; like friends.

Saltarello (n.): A popular Italian dance in quick 3-4 or 6-8 time, running mostly in triplets, but with a hop step at the beginning of each measure. See Tarantella.

Entertain (v. t.): To engage the attention of agreeably; to amuse with that which makes the time pass pleasantly; to divert; as, to entertain friends with conversation, etc.

Thine (pron. & a.): A form of the possessive case of the pronoun thou, now superseded in common discourse by your, the possessive of you, but maintaining a place in solemn discourse, in poetry, and in the usual language of the Friends, or Quakers.

Popular (a.): Prevailing among the people; epidemic; as, a popular disease.

Scurrilous (a.): Using the low and indecent language of the meaner sort of people, or such as only the license of buffoons can warrant; as, a scurrilous fellow.

Edited (imp. & p. p.): of Edit

Saga (n.): A Scandinavian legend, or heroic or mythic tradition, among the Norsemen and kindred people; a northern European popular historical or religious tale of olden time.

Irritability (n.): A natural susceptibility, characteristic of all living organisms, tissues, and cells, to the influence of certain stimuli, response being manifested in a variety of ways, -- as that quality in plants by which they exhibit motion under suitable stimulation; esp., the property which living muscle processes, of responding either to a direct stimulus of its substance, or to the stimulating influence of its nerve fibers, the response being indicated by a change of form, or contraction; contractility.

Prakrit (n.): Any one of the popular dialects descended from, or akin to, Sanskrit; -- in distinction from the Sanskrit, which was used as a literary and learned language when no longer spoken by the people. Pali is one of the Prakrit dialects.

Language (n.): The vocabulary and phraseology belonging to an art or department of knowledge; as, medical language; the language of chemistry or theology.

Recension (n.): The result of such a work; a text established by critical revision; an edited version.

Autumn (n.): The third season of the year, or the season between summer and winter, often called "the fall." Astronomically, it begins in the northern temperate zone at the autumnal equinox, about September 23, and ends at the winter solstice, about December 23; but in popular language, autumn, in America, comprises September, October, and November.

Aorist (n.): A tense in the Greek language, which expresses an action as completed in past time, but leaves it, in other respects, wholly indeterminate.

Quality (n.): The condition of being of such and such a sort as distinguished from others; nature or character relatively considered, as of goods; character; sort; rank.

Interpret (v. t.): To explain or tell the meaning of; to expound; to translate orally into intelligible or familiar language or terms; to decipher; to define; -- applied esp. to language, but also to dreams, signs, conduct, mysteries, etc.; as, to interpret the Hebrew language to an Englishman; to interpret an Indian speech.

Inedited (a.): Not edited; unpublished; as, an inedited manuscript.

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Meaning of F*ck you, Watson

F*ck you, Watson means: A comeback to the "No shit, Sherlock" response. I edited it because I didn't know what sort of language you didn't want on the site. I don't know how popular the was, but my friends and I used it all the time.

Meaning of DIDN'T OUGHT

DIDN'T OUGHT means: Didn't ought is London Cockney rhyming slang for the drink port.

Meaning of RST

RST means: Used when playing cricket (and maybe other games) in the street or playground and following a run being scored RST (pronounced Arr Ess Tee) was shouted signifying you had stopped the run or alternately made it successfully. Basically declaring a temporary time out. The contributor didn't know the origins or what it stood for. He's always wondered what the hell they meant when they said it. (ed: maybe someone can add more?) Great Site. Brought back lots of memories.

Meaning of lingo

lingo means: Speech, language dialect. He fed me this line about how many banks he owned which didn't work when I saw the jalopy he was driving.

Meaning of have a face on

have a face on means: Vrb phrs. To appear miserable, or annoyed. E.g."I didn't speak to Wendy all morning, she had a face on and I didn't want to be shouted out."

Meaning of 182

182 means: Homosexual. Or as the contributor puts it "To be a 182, is to be a fag. To call someone a 182. e.g. "There goes that 182.", when the band Blink 182 came out all my friends thought they were gay, so anyone we didn't like we called a 182."

Meaning of DIDN'T OUGHTA

DIDN'T OUGHTA means: Didn't oughta is London Cockney rhyming slang for water.

Meaning of swaps

swaps means: When collecting football cards or stickers (and similar) to go in albums, you always had some duplicate cards, or didn't get others. You used these to "swap" i.e. exchange for other cards etc. which you didn't have yet.

Meaning of jitterbug

jitterbug means: A nervous person. He didn't have a jitney on him at the time.

Meaning of Piddlin'

Piddlin' means: Small or inferior. Example: "His work only gave him a piddlin' 1% raise. Poorly. Example: "She felt piddlin' so she didn't go to school."To waste time. Example: He spent all his time piddlin' and never got anything done."

Meaning of So

So means: adv. very much. Traditionally used as intensifying adverb for lone adjectives, usage expanded to intensify whole clauses, predicates, phrases, etc. Usage may have gained popularity on TV's "Friends." (Chandler: "That is so not the opposite of taking somebody's underwear!"...Joey, jokingly: "So didn't know that, but you should have seen your faces")

Meaning of edge-of-the-bed-virgin

edge-of-the-bed-virgin means: Teenage girls who regularly entice boys into sexual situations then back out at the last possible moment. Similar to prick tease, but used specifically for this sort of girl. (ed: in Wales a virgin is a girl who had it once and didn't like it!)

Meaning of Doy (Doi)

Doy (Doi) means: (1)Interj. Short for "No duh" or "no doy". See: No Shit Sherlock, Duh

Meaning of ag

ag means: Contraction of 'aggravate'. When someone was irritating, you would say 'S/He really ags me up'. Developed into a general expression of derision to be shouted at someone having any sort of bad time. Hence, if someone fell off the climbing frame head first on to the tarmac, the correct response was 'Haha! Ag!'.

Meaning of jitney

jitney means: A nickel, a 5-cent piece. He didn't have a jitney on him at the time.

Meaning of Toe-Rag

Toe-Rag means: Fag (cigarette). Lend us a sprarsy - I wanna get some toe-rags. Toe-rags refer to the rags people used to wrap around their feet when they didn't have shoes... we used to call our socks toe-rags which is probably the same origin. He also says his old dad used to call some people a toe-rag and suspects it might have been an insult (reference to fag = queer). Toe rag couls also refer to a small time petty thief, in his words "the sort of dirty little toe rag who would live next door and break into your house and nick the Christmas presents", "term is commonly used, at least in Scotland, meaning just a bit stronger than "rascal" and probably spelled without the e: 'You little torag.' I always thought it did come from terms used to refer to travelling people.

Meaning of Chesterfield

Chesterfield means: n hard, deep-buttoned leather sofa. The sort of thing you could imagine Sherlock Holmes sitting in.

Meaning of gomer

gomer means: A loser, a geek. Used mostly in Taranaki, but used to be used more often. Sort of making a comeback.

Meaning of no shit, Sherlock!

no shit, Sherlock! means: Exclam. Exclamation of surprise, usually ironic or sarcastic. [Orig. U.S.]

Meaning of ETA

ETA means: Estimated Time of Arrival -or- Edited To Add

Meaning of Tarantella

Tarantella means: A rapid and delirious sort of Neapolitan dance in 6-8 time, which moves in whirling triplets; -- so called from a popular notion of its being a remedy against the poisonous bite of the tarantula. Some derive its name from Taranto in Apulia.

Meaning of Slang

Slang means: Low, vulgar, unauthorized language; a popular but unauthorized word, phrase, or mode of expression; also, the jargon of some particular calling or class in society; low popular cant; as, the slang of the theater, of college, of sailors, etc.

Meaning of Sort

Sort means: A kind or species; any number or collection of individual persons or things characterized by the same or like qualities; a class or order; as, a sort of men; a sort of horses; a sort of trees; a sort of poems.

Meaning of Paspy

Paspy means: A kind of minuet, in triple time, of French origin, popular in the reign of Queen Elizabeth and for some time after; -- called also passing measure, and passymeasure.

Meaning of Popular

Popular means: 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.

Meaning of Vogue

Vogue means: The way or fashion of people at any particular time; temporary mode, custom, or practice; popular reception for the time; -- used now generally in the phrase in vogue.

Meaning of Site

Site means: The place where anything is fixed; situation; local position; as, the site of a city or of a house.

Meaning of Site

Site means: A place fitted or chosen for any certain permanent use or occupation; as, a site for a church.

Meaning of Popular

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

Meaning of Popular

Popular means: Of or pertaining to the common people, or to the whole body of the people, as distinguished from a select portion; as, the popular voice; popular elections.

Meaning of Sort

Sort means: To separate, and place in distinct classes or divisions, as things having different qualities; as, to sort cloths according to their colors; to sort wool or thread according to its fineness.

Meaning of Carmagnole

Carmagnole means: A popular or Red Rebublican song and dance, of the time of the first French Revolution.

Meaning of Relation

Relation means: The carrying back, and giving effect or operation to, an act or proceeding frrom some previous date or time, by a sort of fiction, as if it had happened or begun at that time. In such case the act is said to take effect by relation.

Meaning of Friendly

Friendly means: In the manner of friends; amicably; like friends.

Meaning of Saltarello

Saltarello means: A popular Italian dance in quick 3-4 or 6-8 time, running mostly in triplets, but with a hop step at the beginning of each measure. See Tarantella.

Dictionary words and meanings

Meaning of Decalog

Decalog means: Decalogue.

Meaning of Monstrousness

Monstrousness means: The state or quality of being monstrous, unusual, extraordinary.

Meaning of Siliquous

Siliquous means: Bearing siliques; as, siliquose plants; pertaining to, or resembling, siliques; as, siliquose capsules.

Meaning of Subpericardial

Subpericardial means: Situated under the cardiac pericardium.

Meaning of Swinge

Swinge means: To beat soundly; to whip; to chastise; to punish.

Slang words and meanings

Meaning of CRY BEEF

CRY BEEF means: Cry beef is British slang for to shout an alarm at a crime scene.

Meaning of thanks for nothing!

thanks for nothing! means: Exclam. An exclamation of annoyance at someone's unhelpfulness.

Meaning of tube

tube means: Television, TV. I spent all day watching the tube yesterday.

Meaning of Dobbin

Dobbin means:   Ribbon

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