Slang meaning of MAX

MAX means: gammahydroxybutyrate dissolved in water and mixed with amphetamines

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MAX means: gammahydroxybutyrate dissolved in water and mixed with amphetamines

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MAX means: gammahydroxybutyrate dissolved in water and mixed with amphetamines

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Pinole (n.): Parched maize, ground, and mixed with sugar, etc. Mixed with water, it makes a nutritious beverage.

Hardness (n.): The peculiar quality exhibited by water which has mineral salts dissolved in it. Such water forms an insoluble compound with soap, and is hence unfit for washing purposes.

Insoluble (a.): Not soluble; in capable or difficult of being dissolved, as by a liquid; as, chalk is insoluble in water.

Mud (n.): Earth and water mixed so as to be soft and adhesive.

Indissoluble (a.): Not dissoluble; not capable of being dissolved, melted, or liquefied; insoluble; as few substances are indissoluble by heat, but many are indissoluble in water.

Separator (n.): A device for depriving steam of particles of water mixed with it.

Soluble (a.): Susceptible of being dissolved in a fluid; capable of solution; as, some substances are soluble in alcohol which are not soluble in water.

Lemonade (n.): A beverage consisting of lemon juice mixed with water and sweetened.

Temperer (n.): One who, or that which, tempers; specifically, a machine in which lime, cement, stone, etc., are mixed with water.

Slake (v. i.): To become mixed with water, so that a true chemical combination takes place; as, the lime slakes.

Johnnycake (n.): A kind of bread made of the meal of maize (Indian corn), mixed with water or milk, etc., and baked.

Lactodensimeter (n.): A form of hydrometer, specially graduated, for finding the density of milk, and thus discovering whether it has been mixed with water or some of the cream has been removed.

Macaronic (a.): Pertaining to, or like, macaroni (originally a dish of mixed food); hence, mixed; confused; jumbled.

Shoad (n.): A train of vein material mixed with rubbish; fragments of ore which have become separated by the action of water or the weather, and serve to direct in the discovery of mines.

Miscible (a.): Capable of being mixed; mixable; as, water and alcohol are miscible in all proportions.

Medley (a.): Mixed; of mixed material or color.

Stereochromy (n.): A style of painting on plastered walls or stone, in which the colors are rendered permanent by sprinklings of water, in which is mixed a proportion of soluble glass (a silicate of soda).

Prime (v. i.): To work so that foaming occurs from too violent ebullition, which causes water to become mixed with, and be carried along with, the steam that is formed; -- said of a steam boiler.

Snow-broth (n.): Snow and water mixed, or snow just melted; very cold liquor.

Grizzled (a.): Gray; grayish; sprinkled or mixed with gray; of a mixed white and black.

Impure (a.): Not pure; not clean; dirty; foul; filthy; containing something which is unclean or unwholesome; mixed or impregnated extraneous substances; adulterated; as, impure water or air; impure drugs, food, etc.

Stirabout (n.): A dish formed of oatmeal boiled in water to a certain consistency and frequently stirred, or of oatmeal and dripping mixed together and stirred about in a pan; a hasty pudding.

Water (v. t.): To wet or supply with water; to moisten; to overflow with water; to irrigate; as, to water land; to water flowers.

Gray (superl.): White mixed with black, as the color of pepper and salt, or of ashes, or of hair whitened by age; sometimes, a dark mixed color; as, the soft gray eye of a dove.

Quicksand (n.): Sand easily moved or readily yielding to pressure; especially, a deep mass of loose or moving sand mixed with water, sometimes found at the mouth of a river or along some coasts, and very dangerous, from the difficulty of extricating a person who begins sinking into it.

Dissolved (imp. & p. p.): of Dissolve

Water power (): A fall of water which may be used to drive machinery; a site for a water mill; a water privilege.

Solvend (n.): A substance to be dissolved.

Water ouzel (): Any one of several species of small insessorial birds of the genus Cinclus (or Hydrobates), especially the European water ousel (C. aquaticus), and the American water ousel (C. Mexicanus). These birds live about the water, and are in the habit of walking on the bottom of streams beneath the water in search of food.

Dissolvability (n.): Capacity of being dissolved; solubility.

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Meaning of MAX

MAX means: gammahydroxybutyrate dissolved in water and mixed with amphetamines

Meaning of max

max means: Gamma hydroxybutyrate dissolved in water and mixed with amphetamines

Meaning of liquid lady

liquid lady means: Cocaine that is dissolved in water and ingested as a nasal spray

Meaning of LIQUID LADY

LIQUID LADY means: cocaine that is dissolved in water and ingested as a nasal spray

Meaning of SALTY WATER

SALTY WATER means: gammahydroxybutyrate

Meaning of AFFF

AFFF means: Aqueous Film Forming Foam. A fire-fighting agent which is mixed with water and sprayed on flammable liquids fires. Pronounced "A Triple-F". Also known as "Light Water" for the foam's ability to float on oil or gasoline.

Meaning of Neat

Neat means: Undiluted rum, (not mixed). Usually used in opposition to "grog" which has been diluted with water. Also referred to as "neaters".

Meaning of Grog

Grog means: British naval seamen received a portion of liquor every day. Many sources suggest that in 1740 Admiral Edward Vernon ordered the rum to be diluted with water. Vernon's nickname was Old Grogram, and the beverage was given the name grog in disdain for Vernon's command decision. With that said, the word was used in the Caribbean at least as early as 1718. However, it is uncertain of the "grog" before 1740 was rum mixed with water or some other island concoction. What is known is that after Vernon started the practice, Rum mixed with water (and usually lemon or lime juice) was called grog. Some sources suggest that Edward Vernon was actually nick-named "Old Grog" after he instituted the policy of mixing the sailors rum.Water and rum mixed together was often called Grog. A dram (a small amount) of rum was often added to a sailor's water ration. A proper grog often included lime juice to help to stave off scurvy and a measure of cane sugar to help kill the bitterness of the water. The sailors rum ration was added to the water for a more important reason than just killing the taste of the water. The rum was added to water to prevent hoarding of the rum ration. By adding the rum to the water, the alcohol would be diluted and lessen the chance of the sailor becoming drunk. In addition, the rum rations was given to sailors to help them keep their spine during battle. A little rum helped to steady the nerves of the gun crews. Despite the rationing of rum, sailors would often find ways to have a stash of illegal alcohol aboard ship. It may have been smuggled liquors from a shore leave or made from an illegal still stashed somewhere on the ship. Alcohol always remained a problem aboard ship. The simplest of recipes would be Add approximately one ounce of fine rum (the rum used in the Royal Navy was an exceptional quality alcohol) to tin or glass of water (7 to 9 oz.) A more complex recipe would be 1 (oz) of Rum the juice of half a lime one or two teaspoons of cane sugar and fill the rest of your tin or mug with water. When it was made onboard ship it was usually made in a large barrel called the grog tub and then rationed out to the sailors. Grog gets its name from Old Grogram, the nick name of British Rear Admiral Edward Vernon who order his sailors rum ration diluted to prevent hoarding and drunkenness. Thanks to Don Rookaird and Alexander Owens for additions and corrections on the alcohol/grog sections of this page.

Meaning of surup

surup means: n. a drink made of a mixture of sugar water and soda mixed with Nyquil or any codeine based liquid medicine. 

Meaning of REAL ESTATE

REAL ESTATE means: Poor coal mixed with dirt or slag. When mixed with sand it is called seashore

Meaning of Mixed Jive

Mixed Jive means: Low grade street heroin in Detroit- mixed with quinine, Dorman and Baby Laxitive

Meaning of Kye

Kye means: Sweet hot chocolate made from slab chocolate shavings mixed with water into a hot drink. Used to warm cold sailors, or for a late night treat.

Meaning of G

G means: gammahydroxybutyrate

Meaning of JIB

JIB means: gammahydroxybutyrate

Meaning of WORK WATER

WORK WATER means: Some old-time engineers preferred to work the water (operate the injector and watch the water glass or gauge cocks). On most roads the fireman now works the water

Meaning of speedball

speedball means: Cocaine mixed with heroin; crack and heroin smoked together; methylphenidate (ritalin) mixed with heroin; amphetamine

Meaning of EVERCLEAR

EVERCLEAR means: Gammahydroxybutyrate (GHB)

Meaning of SOMATOMAX

SOMATOMAX means: gammahydroxybutyrate

Meaning of GOOP

GOOP means: Gammahydroxybutyrate (GHB)

Meaning of EASY LAY

EASY LAY means: Gammahydroxybutyrate (GHB)

Meaning of Pinole

Pinole means: Parched maize, ground, and mixed with sugar, etc. Mixed with water, it makes a nutritious beverage.

Meaning of Hardness

Hardness means: The peculiar quality exhibited by water which has mineral salts dissolved in it. Such water forms an insoluble compound with soap, and is hence unfit for washing purposes.

Meaning of Insoluble

Insoluble means: Not soluble; in capable or difficult of being dissolved, as by a liquid; as, chalk is insoluble in water.

Meaning of Mud

Mud means: Earth and water mixed so as to be soft and adhesive.

Meaning of Indissoluble

Indissoluble means: Not dissoluble; not capable of being dissolved, melted, or liquefied; insoluble; as few substances are indissoluble by heat, but many are indissoluble in water.

Meaning of Separator

Separator means: A device for depriving steam of particles of water mixed with it.

Meaning of Soluble

Soluble means: Susceptible of being dissolved in a fluid; capable of solution; as, some substances are soluble in alcohol which are not soluble in water.

Meaning of Lemonade

Lemonade means: A beverage consisting of lemon juice mixed with water and sweetened.

Meaning of Temperer

Temperer means: One who, or that which, tempers; specifically, a machine in which lime, cement, stone, etc., are mixed with water.

Meaning of Slake

Slake means: To become mixed with water, so that a true chemical combination takes place; as, the lime slakes.

Meaning of Johnnycake

Johnnycake means: A kind of bread made of the meal of maize (Indian corn), mixed with water or milk, etc., and baked.

Meaning of Lactodensimeter

Lactodensimeter means: A form of hydrometer, specially graduated, for finding the density of milk, and thus discovering whether it has been mixed with water or some of the cream has been removed.

Meaning of Macaronic

Macaronic means: Pertaining to, or like, macaroni (originally a dish of mixed food); hence, mixed; confused; jumbled.

Meaning of Shoad

Shoad means: A train of vein material mixed with rubbish; fragments of ore which have become separated by the action of water or the weather, and serve to direct in the discovery of mines.

Meaning of Miscible

Miscible means: Capable of being mixed; mixable; as, water and alcohol are miscible in all proportions.

Dictionary words and meanings

Meaning of Argue

Argue means: To contend in argument; to dispute; to reason; -- followed by with; as, you may argue with your friend without convincing him.

Meaning of Divine

Divine means: To foresee or foreknow; to detect; to anticipate; to conjecture.

Meaning of Misbode

Misbode means: of Misbede

Meaning of Oulachan

Oulachan means: Same as Eulachon.

Meaning of Splinter

Splinter means: To fasten or confine with splinters, or splints, as a broken limb.

Slang words and meanings

Meaning of PRT

PRT means: Partial ReTweet -or- Party

Meaning of pill

pill means: Soccer ball.

Meaning of wad

wad means: (1) stack of folded paper money. (2) ejaculate. (3) a bag of tobacco or marhijuana.

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