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00 - (adj., pronounced "double-O," as in "double-O-seven") 1. super-suave, sophisticated, brilliant, debonair, and admirably schooled in every grace (as James Bond is made to look, but without the satyriasis); 2. pretending to be suave, debonair, etc.; 3. acting as if one is a spy (backtracking to throw off pursuit, sitting with one's back to the wall, hiding behind a newspaper or book, sneaking from shadow to shadow at night, wearing disguises (or trenchcoats), and so forth); also 4. "licensed to kill," that is, extremely dangerous or determined to succeed at all costs; 5. "licensed to kill," i.e., having more authority or clearance than others; 6. SECRET.

e.g., "He came to the casino in an Armani, ordered a shaken martini, and then, after three games of baccarat, he drove off in his Lamborghini." "How 00 can you get?"

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

007 fantasy - Someone who dreams of really being 007.

e.g., Kevin lives in a 007 fantasy.

submitted by Josh Priddy

08/15 - Designation for the standard machine gun of the German army before WWI, therefore the meaning "something very common, nothing special."

e.g., This movie was just o-eight-fifteen, nothing special.

submitted by diana, assist from Daniel Zywietz

0day - General use positive adjective. This word has been extrapolated from "l33t-sp34k," as in software that is 0-day, or yet to be released.

e.g., Gershwin: "I set up some Venn Diagrams here to document the similarities between watching reruns of Full House and extended exposure to botulism." Maynard: "Unbelievable. That's 0day."

submitted by tj

1 - -1'

e.g., 1

submitted by 1 - (www)

1&2'd - Used to accent victory over another person, usually said in the process of doing something unexpected or after getting someone to do something that only aids in your purpose.

e.g., As Chris and Justin played basketball, Justin randomly stopped dribbling and stared at the sky in disbelief. Chris looked up to see what Justin was looking at. Justin said, "You got 1&2'd" and made the winning shot while Chris was distracted.

submitted by aillwen

1-2-3 rtp! - Phrase used by Canada Customs and Revenue Agency (Revenue Canada) tax collectors to describe current policy when it comes to collecting. An RTP is "Requirement to Pay" a garnishment. The "1-2-3" is the length of time before you issue a garnishment. Note: If you use this, please list the contributor as "Anonymous Tax Collector," as I still work for the CCRA, though no longer as a tax collector, and this could very well get me in hot water. If you cannot publish it without my name, please reject it.

e.g., He didn't return your phone call? 1-2-3 RTP!

submitted by Anonymous Tax Collector

1-800-466-4411 - Also known as 1-800-google, or 1-800-goog-411, it is a service similar to 411, in which you can ask someone about a phone number you do not know, and they connect you, but 1-800-google is free, and it goes through Google rather than a phone service provider, and it uses machines instead of an operator.

e.g., I just checked out 1-800-466-4411, and I can say the name of a building, such as a store, followed by the city, then state, and it gives me results (just like Internet Google). It might as well be called Google Yellow Pages, just that it's 1-800-google instead of a website.

submitted by star651 - (www)

10 - Mysterious moon of Jupiter, known only by newsreaders and anchors, possibly related to the fiery world of Io.

e.g., American deep-space probe Galileo passed 10 this evening, sending back some striking pictures.

submitted by Adam Leslie

10-20 - CB radio slang for "report location."

e.g., BigDuke6: I need a 10-20. SvenSteve: I'm at the corner store right now, Duke.

submitted by z.s.

10-4 - Citizen's band radio slang for "received" or "roger." Don't mistake it for an affirmation.

e.g., BigDuke6: I need an ice cold Snowee on the double. SvenSteve: 10-4, I'm on my way.

submitted by z.s.

10/90 - Ten percent of one's hair on the top, ninety percent in the back. Also 20/80, 30/70, etc.

e.g., Chris has a 10/90. That's one sick mullet.

submitted by andrew soik

1054 - (Pronounced ten-fifty-four)(n.) Information (or anything else) that arrives long after the event itself, especially when it arrives too late. (From the year AD 1054, when SN1054 --that is, super nova 1054-- appeared in the sky, was recorded by Chinese, Japanese, and Arabic astronomers, was visible in broad daylight for three weeks and by night for two solid years before fading. Its remains form the Crab Nebula. Ironically, the actual explosion took place around 5446 BC and only got here in 1054, because it was so far away.)

e.g., An historically attested 1054: In February of 1815, News arrives in New Orleans of the Treaty of Ghent ending the (American) War of 1812; unfortunately, the last battle of the war had been fought in New Orleans on January 8, 1815 ... so the news didn't really help much.

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

109 - (One-Oh-Nine; n.) 1. suicide; (v.) 2. to take one's own life, also 3. to allow one's life to be taken, usually with the intent to bring about some greater good; (adj.) 4. of or pertaining to suicide. [from the old police 10 codes: 10-109 "suicide."]

e.g., "What ever happened to that fat kid who was always joking and laughing?" "Oh, I thought you knew: he went 109."

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

10q - Pronounced "10 Q" as if someone with a very stuffed-up nose was saying, "Thank you."

e.g., Since we're doing this as a payback, code this job as a 10Q.

submitted by Bob

11 - An overused term for someone who believes she is better than everyone else, and attempts to get everyone else to join her by telling them to "be an eleven," even if they don't want to.

e.g., Our school motto is "Be an 11." It makes me sad.

submitted by Cody

11 ("eleven") - (n.) Off the scale, beyond measure. [From "on a scale of one to ten."]

e.g., "On a beauty scale of one to ten, Marylin Monroe was an eleven." "She still is, you linear clod." "But she's dead" "Yeah. … So? | "On a scale of one to ten, one being the best, how politically savvy is the average American voter in 2012?" "Eleven … I'm willing to go as low as nine if you can show me somebody who can dispassionately discuss the issues before the voters this year, but no lower."

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

112123 - (n.) A sign of recognition or motto (and a bit of a credo, I suppose) among semioticians. (From semiotics luminary Charles Sanders Santiago Peirce's system of relationships among the elements of signs (words, pictures, maps, syllogisms, etc.) and their meanings, which he dubbed 'firstness,' 'secondness,' and 'thirdness' (to avoid any other terms' semantic baggage): hence, "123." Firstness can only give rise to firstness (1); secondness to both firstness (1) and secondness (2); and thirdness to all three: firstness, secondness, and thirdness (123). Hence "1,12,123.")

e.g., "Have you ever studied Peirce, Eco, or Saussure?" "Hey, 112123." "Ah, okay, so you'll understand me when I say that this particular piece is a dicent indexical legisign, yes?" "Absolutely, but I'd say it was a rhematic indexical legisign." "Rhematic?! How can you ...."

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

12-34 - Crazy, mentally unstable in some way -- from police codes.

e.g., Chris? He's been 12-34 for years.

submitted by garth - (www)

143 - A private way to say "I love you" to someone special. It's the number of letters in each word.

e.g., He closed the love letter to her by writing a simple 143.

submitted by Mo

16 - (n.) 1. if, meaning "not likely"; 2. if, meaning "hypothetically speaking." [From Greek numeration, which used letters as numerals. Iota digamma is "16" is ancient Greek; digamma looks like an F. Hence, 16=if.]

e.g., "his text says he's already at the finish line---and we should give up." "Two days early?! Sixteen." "What?" "reply: '16.' He'll know what I mean."

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

1661 syndrome - Lisa Armstrong: "The 1661 syndrome — whereby a woman (and it almost always is a woman) looks like a bouncy-tressed, pert-bottomed teenager from behind and a grandmother from the front — has become a cultural joke." A woman who is soixty-one years old and tries to look like a sixteed-year-old by dressing like a teenager suffers from 1661 syndrome.

e.g., "Carole Malone mentioned the 1661 syndrome -– where men think you’re attractive from the back (16) … and then back off when they see your face (61)."

submitted by HD Fowler - (www)

169 - (Pronounced "one-six-nine; n.) 1. Incredibly bad bad luck; (adj.) 2. (Often "169th," pronounced "one-sixty-ninth") Of or pertaining to incredible bad luck; (v.) 3. To cause, attract, or impose incredibly bad luck. [From the product of 13 x 13, which is 169. ... IF you believe that 13 is bad luck.]

e.g., "I tried to water the plants---simple, right?---but I spilled the pitcher on my new carpet. So I went to get some towels to soak up the puddle, but I tripped and fell against the dryer. Then I had to use the towels there to soak up the blood from the cut in my head. Once I got the bleeding under control, I grabbed some clean towels and headed back to the living room, but slipped in the blood and broke my tailbone. I called my wife's office, and while I was on hold, I fainted from blood loss. ...The carpet was ruined." "Holy cow. That was some 169."

submitted by scott m. ellsworth

175-er - Homosexual -- because homosexuality was illegal under the German Criminal Code from 1871 to 1994. Example taken from the linked website.

e.g., "... 175-ers who had spent time in concentration camps were not afforded reparations, as other [H]olocaust survivors were."

submitted by Joe Sticker - (www)

2-11 - Used to describe something that exceeds a 1-10 scale by going "… to 11." In reference to the film Spinal Tap.

e.g., Him: Wow, she's nice. You: Nice? She's 2-11.

submitted by -=Xer0=-

2-1b - (pronounced "two-one-bee"; interj.) 1. A (usually facetious) cry for medical assistance; 2. Sarcastic (and generally unsympathetic) agreement that someone has been injured; 3. Code for an injury requiring quick or in-depth medical assistance, used to keep the injured party calm. [From the name of the medical robot (sorry, "droid") responsible for dipping injured characters in the Star Wars universe's miraculously healing "bacta" solution. This was actually coined by my little brother back in 1982.]

e.g., "Aaaaagh! They killed off what's-her-name! She---! They killed off what's-her-name!" "Calm down: it's not---" "The hell it isn't! 2-1B!" || "Help! I'm bleeding!" "Okay, I'm here. Where's your ... a paper cut?!" "Hey, it's blood; am I going to die?" "Oh, golly, 2-1B! Medical emergency!" "Don't be snide; just bandage the damn cut." || "What's your name little guy?" "Malcolm." "Hey, Malcolm, my name's Jacquie: Just hold as still as you can---Hey! Sim, we've got a 2-1B over here---So, who's your pick for the championship game?"

submitted by scott m. ellsworth

2-55 - Vehicle without air conditioning, two windows rolled down going 55 miles an hour.

e.g., Ed: So, did you buy a nice car? Joe: Nah, it's a 2-55.

submitted by HillyRu

2.5, two-point-five - Meant to represent a person who wishes to look like a police officer, but is not. Such as a security guard, or other illustrious low-wage position in law enforcement.

e.g., The 2.5 at the mall freaked when I grabbed his trooper hat.

submitted by Forrest Andrews - (www)

20/20 - To agree completely, to see eye to eye with someone.

e.g., There's my idea. Is anyone not 20/20 with this?

submitted by Mr. Potato Head

20/20 car - Hotrod slang. A car that looks good 20 feet away, and only traveling 20 mph. Typical car for a teenager. Stock motor, cheap paint job, etc.

e.g., I took a look at that 64 1/2 'Stang but I wanted something restored, not a 20/20 car.

submitted by Carlos Coutinho

24-7-52+ - (adv., emphatic) ALL DAY EVERY DAY (without holidays), in other words, "24 hours a day, seven days a week, 52 weeks a year (=364 days), plus the one (or two) additional days each year possesses."

e.g., "Won't they be closed? It's Thanksgiving day, and a Sunday besides." "No, that place is open 24-7-52 … 52+, in fact."

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

24-weekend - A weekend where you and your friends get together and watch an entire season of 24 non-stop.

e.g., You guys got the supplies ready for the 24-weekend? | Last weekend I got as much sleep as a 24-weekend.

submitted by mike - (www)

24.11.7.143 - The IP address of all Belkin wireless routers.

e.g., I discovered yesterday that if I want to give my wireless router an update, I just log on to 24.11.7.143, and there it goes.

submitted by star651 - (www)

25-24 - A backward and completely messed up person.

e.g., I knew all along that her 25-24 of a boyfriend was cheating on her.

submitted by Victoria S

2776 words - A list of some of the most frequently used words in English. Created for my 10-year-old grandson Alec to make sure the words are in his vocabulary and to make sure he knows how to spell them.
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submitted by HD Fowler

2k - (too-kay; n.) An M&M candy. [From the fact that M is the Roman numeral for 1000. Thus, two Ms = 2000, which, in modern geek-speak is 2k (k for kilo, 1000 in Greek). One could, I suppose call it "2m," but that would be "toom" which makes then death candies---bad juju. Or we could go back to precomputer lingo and call it "2G" from "Grand" (meaning 1000, usually $1000), which would make it "tooj" or "toojee" ... but that's weird. It occurs to me as I sit here typing that we could also spell it out in scientific notation: 2*10^3. Overkill, but it would make a cool t-shirt.]

e.g., I'm gonna buy me a ten-pound bag of 2ks and pig-out royal. | I really enjoyed the rice-crispy 2ks, but I heard they stopped making them---bummer. | My sister used to call 2ks "enemies" when she was little. Someone should make bags of black and red 2ks so we can (figuratively) devour our enemies. | Black and blue 2ks would be good as a gift for somebody who's down after being put through the wringer. | All-Black 2ks for the NZ rugby team's fans ... does Mars sell M&Ms in New Zealand? | How about all red, yellow, and blue 2ks for little kids learning the primary colors? And orange, green, and purple for the secondaries? (the colors, not the kids). | Or red and blue bags for that web-show Red vs. Blue. Is anyone at Mars, Inc., listening?

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth - (www)

2naficial - Of or related to Chali 2na (2na Fish), rapper from Jurassic 5.

e.g., When I put my voice low, it comes out 2naficial.

submitted by BigAssFries - (www)

2stat - Playstation 2.

e.g., Let's go play on my 2stat.

submitted by leeleebigc

2x-plus-1 factor - Based on the phenomenon that geographically transplanted men seemingly prefer women who look similar to those from their hometowns. Overheard among Southern males living in the Midwest, but agreed upon that the phenomenon could be applied universally.

e.g., Ed: How would you rate Susan in the looks department? Gil: Back home she'd only be a 3, but around these parts she's a 7. That's using the 2x-plus-1 factor, of course.

submitted by ihookem

3 - (adv.) right (as opposed to left); on one's right; (v.) to move to the right, literally (as on a highway) or figuratively (as in politics); (adj.) of or pertaining to the right (usually in the sense of "conservative"). (An analogy based on the military's "on your six," i.e., behind you.)(see also "9")

e.g., Look out for the VW on your three. | Remember, Katie: the Groom is on your three. | Ambulance behind you! Three, man, three! | Tax cuts are very three sorts of demands.

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

3-hair goatee - A young man's goatee, too thin and sparse to look good.

e.g., Somebody should tell Joe to shave his 3-hair goatee.

submitted by kydavis_md

3-mail - From a ytpo for e-mail. Since many of my e-mails are long enough for three or more normal length e-mails, the word 3-mail would be suitable for them. Three-mail.

e.g., No doubt this is a 3-mail, but you'll find there's even more in it than meets the eye if you'll scan across it with your mouse. I've "hidden" about as much as is visible. Maybe more.

submitted by HD Fowler

3-ring circus - When people in charge make you run around and do a million things in order for something else to happen, like in a 3-ring circus.(For some odd reason, I got this a lot through my classes the last year I was in college, but not in any other year.)

e.g., Now I have to fill out two MORE forms? How 3-ring circus is that?

submitted by Rainbow Woman

302 - To be involuntarily committed to a mental hospital. From Section 302 of the Pennsylvania Mental Health Procedures Act.

e.g., He became suicidal and had to be 302'd for his own good.

submitted by Sue B.

311 - Police code for "indecent exposure to the public."

e.g., *Fred pulls down his pants* That's a 311, Fred. Straighten up and fly right.

submitted by Alfred Jones

31337 - Computerspeak for "elite." Numbers for letters: 3 for e, 1 for l, 3 for e, 3 for e, 7 for t.

e.g., Chris thinks he's 31337.

submitted by boomer, Donny

317 - To be lucky, for St. Patrick's Day, March 17. 3/17.

e.g., Corey: He got a new guitar AND drum set for Christmas. Brendon: He sure is 317.

submitted by LittlePunki

320 - As in 320 kbit .mp3 (the maximum rate for a .mp3 file), also used to mention something perfect.

e.g., Yeah, she's 320 in all ways.

submitted by Atosark

337 - Originates from the Telus Call Answer: 33 (skip to end of message), 7 (delete). People use this when a person is rambling.

e.g., I was going on and on, and thought to myself "337, 337." OR Me: (rambling) You: Whoa, 337. Get to the point, or I'll tune you out.

submitted by Steph - (www)

360 stalefish - A term used by non-skateboarders to mockingly describe any stupid skateboard trick.

e.g., Chris just pulled a 360 stalefish.

submitted by Mephisto

37-point clever - Impressively innovative or ingenious. Beyond mere cleverness; not just clever, but really quite amazingly clever.

e.g., I swear, the invention of sliced bread was just 37-point clever.

submitted by Lisa Cirèlle Hansson - (www)

388thism - Doing something completely stupid because you have too much pride to listen to those who might know what they are talking about because they do it everyday.

e.g., Doing recreational maintenance for the sole purpose of chasing aircraft stats is a 388thism.

submitted by Greg

3ef8 - Dead, over with, through, done for. The final hex address of ARPANET.

e.g., You have a 386 with 32 megs of RAM and a 400 meg harddrive. And it's giving you trouble? Dude, that machine is 3EF8.

submitted by Mila Eighteen

3m'n - Makin' Me Mad.

e.g., She won't call me back. It's 3m'n me.

submitted by Erikah

3morro - The day after tomorrow, 2morro.

e.g., Well let me check my schedule. I'm busy 2morro, but I can do an appointment for 3morrow.

submitted by Angie the Awesome

3rd, the - (n., also "the Third") 1. The Third Amendment to the US Constitution, forbidding "the quartering of soldiers" in peacetime without compensation. 2. Something (generally a political issue) which everyone treats like its the watershed between utopia and atomic holocaust, but which turns out to be Kent's "whoreson zed [the] unnecessary letter" (from King Lear); that is, entirely superfluous. 3. Some nitpicky point upon which someone has based their personal agenda, and continues to rehash it endlessly at every opportunity. 4. (phrase) "take the Third" (like "take the Fifth"): to consider something so obviously off-topic that you refuse to discuss it.

e.g., "What is it with Oscar? He keeps harping on the 'gold & silver' money thing at every meeting." "Oh, he's harmless: it's just his Third." | "I want an answer! Are you going to make arrangements about walking my pugs or not?!" "… um, I'll take the Third."

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

4 - (n.) 1. an intravenous line (aka, an IV, (Roman for "4")) for the introduction of medicines and fluids. 2. plants that climb up and cover walls or trellises (as in "ivy").

e.g., "Jack! Drop that! It's poison 4!" | "This patient is dehydrated: set up a four."

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

40 - (adj.) Super-sized, extra large (from XL for “extra large” in English, but which means, in Roman numerals, “forty”).

e.g., “What did you order?” “The quadruple pounder meal.” “Whoa. 40, dude.”

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

400 - A meaningless magic number or goal, as related to the pd.

e.g., Assuming HD accepts them, my latest flights (frights?) of fancy will put me over 400 submittals/submissions (as you wish, HD), nowhere near Scott Ellsworth's current 529 (as of the last listing of Top Providers), but who's counting? I discount HD et al. (940) and Paul Edic (604) because they are PD staffers and obviously have nothing else to do with their time, eh? Besides, it's just not fair; HD has this guy "al" helping him!

  • {ED. FYI, sbiii, Paul Edic is not a pd staffer. Fact is, he has several more submittals in the input queue right now. His will get high priority, but not top priority. Yours will, too. Partly because you took the time to send an e-mail.

    Paul Jarvis is the creator of the site -- so that's who you have in mind.

    submitted by S. Berliner, III - (www)

    4000th word - i can't believe this is the 4000th word added, SWEET!

    e.g., i can't believe this is the 4000th word added, SWEET!

    submitted by Paul Jarvis

    401 - Four-oh-one. The four men and one woman Associate Justices of the United States Supreme Court whose decisions in the early 2000s will have such an impact on the current and future generations of Americans. The oh is present primarily to make it pronounceable and really has little to do with the sex of Ruth Joan Bader Ginsburg. The Mighty Four-oh-one.  

    Things change. Now it's the 203 our conservative brethren will have to contend with.

    e.g., At the rate they're going, the mighty 401 should soon have a backlog of wrongheaded decisions sufficient to rule the day primarily with stare decisis. | The 401's big-brains and stare decisis will be all they need to consider to write opinions, concurrences, and dissents that support their foregone conclusions.

    submitted by HD Fowler

    404 - Empty-headed, stupid. One who is empty-headed or stupid. From the internet error code for "page not found" encountered when you click on a "dead" link.

    e.g., Don't listen to him, he's a complete 404.

    submitted by Pete

    405 club - Slang for unemployed. From the $405 unemployment check all us dot.com kids are collecting in NYC.

    e.g., You can catch me sipping on 40 oz's in Washington Square Park on Monday afternoons -- I'm in the 405 club.

    submitted by dens

    411 - Information, police code for "here's what's happening?" Used to give people a rundown on the events that have transpired recently. Catching people up to date.

    e.g., Here's the 411 on me. | Would you please give me the 411 on this? | "A source at the hotel reported seeing Swift being asked to leave the Fairmont Copley Plaza hotel where Kyle Kennedy, the daughter of the late Michael Kennedy and Victoria Gifford Kennedy, was celebrating her marriage to Liam Kerr on Saturday. So we rang up Vicki for the 411."

    submitted by Mike Dunlap - (www)

    4111 - Too much information. An extension of the telephone code 411.

    e.g., Steve said was going to be late to work, then told me it was because he had to get a boil lanced. 4111!

    submitted by Dan Amrich

    419 - Crook, bandit. Less strong than criminal.

    e.g., He robbed me. He's a 419.

    submitted by kaotic419

    42 - The answer to Life, The Universe, and Everything. From Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

    e.g., He devoted his life to finding 42.

    submitted by jeeb

    420 - Marijuana smoking. Origin unknown. It is not a police call for "marijuana smoking in progress."

    e.g., Desperately seeking flat-mate. 420 friendly.

    submitted by Mårten Zimmerman

    46 and 2 - "According to Melchezedek, our planet is covered with geometrically constructed 'morpho genetic grids.' These grids extend from about 60 feet under the earth's surface to about 60 miles above the earth, arranged in geometric patterns (see 'Sacred Geometry'). Each species has its own grid, which supports life, and connects the consciousness of its particular species. Before any species can come into existence or make an evolutionary step, a new grid must be completed. When a species becomes extinct, that particular species' grid dissolves. A new grid was completed in 1989, the 'Christ-consciousness' grid. This grid will allow humans to evolve into our next version. We'll develop two additional chromosomes (which are really 'geometrical images' designed to resonate with our specific grid) for a total or 46 + 2. The main change will be a shift to the 'unity consciousness.' Every cell in your body has its own consciousness and memory. You, the higher being that occupies your body, make the millions of different consciousnesses in your body work together as one being. How does this relate to this grid? Think of yourself as a cell and the grid as the higher being. We will still have individual consciousness, but will be united in the form of a higher being in order to work as one entity. Scientifically speaking, humans don't appear to be evolving new chromosomes (or much of anything else; thanks to technology)." (Rachel Wells, eileenREMOVEME@EMEVOMERloop.com)

    e.g., "46 and 2, just ahead of me." -- Maynard James Keenan

    submitted by poneet rahul

    4th person - (n.) Speech directed at person A but meant for person B to overhear (like 1st person "I", 2nd person "you", & 3rd person "he/she/it").

    e.g., "Look, he's too proud to ask for help, but he's really lost." "I have an idea: I'll give the directions to you, but loud enough for him to hear … would that work?" "Sort of like 4th person, huh? Yeah, that might work. Let's give it a shot, anyway."

    submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

    5 kinds of crazy - Really crazy.

    e.g., Don't bother with Mark, he's 5 kinds of crazy.

    submitted by Mark O'Meara

    5 x 5 - 1. Used to confirm that everything is fine and that you are on standby. From Aliens. 2. Radio language: loud and clear. Definition added by Chris Conley and Stephen. || Everything's great, couldn't be better. As used on Buffy the Vampire Slayer by Faith.

  • {ED. "Stephen" submitted the following commentary.


    An amendment to the previous definition. First, 5 by 5 is an adjective. Second, it did not originate in the film Aliens. "5 by 5" is used by radio operators (typically aviators and airports) to describe the quality of an incoming radio transmission. Both numbers can range from 1 to 5. The first number refers to the strength (or "loudness") of the signal and the second to its clarity. Thus "5 by 5" means the transmission received was loud and clear. "5 by 2" would mean loud but unclear, etc. Of course, "5 by 5" can simply mean "Everything is fine," as in the example from Aliens.

    Cautionary note to would-be critics: The pseudodictionary is primarily a "dictionary" for made-up words. Submitters are "well within their rights" to use an existing word and give it a new meaning. Rarely, possibly occasionally, the editor will add a critic's comments. However, this will typically be done only if the critic brings something new or informative. Criticism from submitters, as such, has no place here. In our omnipotent positions, we editors reserve for ourselves the right to criticize. (See entry at TIC or t-i-c.))
    }

    e.g., 1. I'm in position now, five by five.
    2. Pilot: Cessna Romeo Lima Fox to tower. Request radio check. Tower: Radio check for Romeo Lima Fox. Pilot: Romeo Lima Fox to tower. You're 5 by 5.
    3. Mark: Are you listening to me? Nathan: Yeah, 5 by 5.
    4. Pilot: Cessna Romeo Lima Fox to tower. Request radio check. Tower: Radio check for Romeo Lima Fox. Pilot: Romeo Lima Fox to tower. You're 5 by 5. || "How are you?" "Five by five."

    submitted by Fionacat | Lizzy - (www)

    5-0 - Slang for police, from the TV show "Hawaii 5-0."

    e.g., The dealer I was buying from turned out to be 5-0.

    submitted by Jerome Greco

    5.0 or five point oh - Fox-bodied Ford Mustang from the 80s and early 90s, specifically a GT or LX with an engine displacement of 5 liters, 302 cubic inches.

    e.g., Vanilla Ice: "Rollin, in my 5.0, drop top down so my hair can blow.…"

    submitted by aaron

    50-50, 60-40 - For something that might or might not happen, but more than likely will not happen. From <>Armageddon>.

    e.g., 50-50, 60-40. You'll be Russian hero, just like me.

    submitted by RuKus

    50-50-90 rule - The 50-50-90 rule is a variant of Murphy's law. If there is a 50-50 chance of its going right, there is a 90% chance of its going wrong. Use to describe a potentially bad situation.

    e.g., "How do you rate my chances at the Olympics?" "50-50-90."

    submitted by Kora B

    50-yard fake - A woman who looks great from 50 yards, but is less than trailer trash when you get within flirtin' distance.

    e.g., Scott: Oh, my God, look at what just walked into the stadium. Kevin: Oh yeah, she looks really fine. (Subject moves closer.) Jointly: Aw, cripes. 50-yard fake.

    submitted by Christopher J. Hill

    5000 - Hiphop slang popularized by Flayvah Flav of Public Enemy, "5000" means "goodbye." It is derived thusly: "I'm out of here" becomes "I'm Audi 5000" becomes "5000."

    e.g., Ute One: See you later. Ute two: 5000.

    submitted by Josh Draper

    504 - Police.

    e.g., Get the 504 here. Stat.

    submitted by Heather

    5050 - (n.) 1. an astonishing breakthrough (especially one remarkable for its simplicity ... at least in retrospect). 2. A novel solution (i.e., thinking outside the box). 3. A child prodigy. (from the (possibly apocryphal) story about prodigy methematician Carl Friedrich Gauss, whose math teacher tried to occupy his students by having them add up the integers 1 through 100. The story goes that the teacher had barely sat down after giving the assignment when little master Gauss approached with the correct answer on his slate: 5,050. when his astonished teacher asked how he had arrived at the correct solution so quickly, Gauss pointed out that 1+100=101, 2+99=101, 3+98=101, and so on until 50+51=101. Since there were 50 of these 101s, Gauss pointed out, the answer must be 50x101=5050. Gauss went on to write his magnum opus, the Disquisitiones Arithmeticae when he was only 21.)

    e.g., "I see from the budget that we've managed to save tens of thousands on covers for the jet intakes. How did we do that?" "Well, one of the engineers saw that a $35 inflatable wading pool covered the intakes just as well as a $5,000 jet cover." "Wow,...that's real 5050: I'm impressed." | Mozart was a 5050.

    submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

    51-50 - Police code for an insane person. Can be a noun or adjective.

    e.g., Chris was running around naked with a weed whacker last Saturday. Then he took it back to Sears all in pieces in a box. He's 51-50.

    submitted by s3r4ph, aka Andrew - (www)

    55 - To kill, either oneself or others. From police codes.

    e.g., There's a white male at this location, threatening to 55 himself.

    submitted by garth - (www)

    555 - To give someone a false phone number when you don't want her to have your actual number. From the fake numbers they use on TV and in the movies that start with 555-.

    e.g., I tried to call her back the next day, but the number she gave me was an Asian fish market. She must've 555'd me.

    submitted by nik

    599 - "I don't care" (from I Don't Care; that is, "IDC," which is, in Roman Numerals "600" (DC) with a preceding I (like a subtrahend: IV, which is "one from five"). Hence, IDC=599. Romans most certainly did not put subtrahend I's in front of D's or C's, but this is evidently a solecism or barbarity.

    e.g., "Come on, man: Liv Tyler's in the lobby!" "599, dude -- I don't feel too good." | "Okay, you wanna go on the tour or see the movie first?" "599, man."

    submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

    6 or six - Used as a slang term by military and civilian pilots and aviators as a shortened form of "6 o'clock" or directly behind you. "Six" may also be substituted for the hindquarters, buttocks, butt, or any other slang term used by a non-military aviator. "Six" may also be used in the phrase "Check your six," which can be used as a warning or as a greeting or salutation among pilots: Check your back. "Check Your six." = Watch out. "Check Your six." = Take care.

    e.g., "He's on my 6." "You had better watch out, or I'll be on your six faster than a surface-to-air missle." (Watch yourself, or I'll be on your ass before you know it.)

    submitted by Kris Kerwin

    6's & 7's - Usually preceded by the phrase "down to my" to indicate someone who's down on her luck. Origin is probably card games. Sixes & sevens, 6s & 7s.

    e.g., I was down to my 6's & 7's when I visited Billy out in Oaktown.

    submitted by Paul - (www)

    600 - (n.) 1. Washington, DC; 2. DC Comics. [_DC_ is "600" in Roman Numerals.]

    e.g., Elect John Smith and send him to 600! He'll fix things! | "No: Aquaman is 600; the SubMariner is the Marvel guy." "Oh, yeah."

    submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

    638 - "I'll tell you later. Can't tell you with you know who around." A reminder for you and the person you are talking to, to tell her something (slanderous or inappropriate) later, something that can't be told right now because of other people around.

    e.g., It was funny; it's a 638.

    submitted by cade collister

    64 - (n., v., adj., etc.) The age (literal or figurative) that you discover whether you're going to spend your remaining years alone or with family and friends 2. A watershed birthday (whether really age 64 or some other birthday) where things change. 3. The "someday" we're all waiting for. (from the Beatles' "When I'm 64")

    e.g., "Will you still need me, Will you still feed me, when I'm 64?" | "When are you going to repair the fence?" "I don't know ... when I'm 64, I suppose."

    submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

    7-11 - A person who talks non-stop. Like 7-11 stores, her mouth is open 24/7.

    e.g., Chris is so annoying -- he's a 7-11.

    submitted by Stella

    702 - From the Las Vegas area code, someone or something all glitz and no substance.

    e.g., I saw your ex-girlfriend last night at the Metro with some 702 from the suburbs.

    submitted by burner

    707 - Someone who goes out of her way to be noticed by everyone else.

    e.g., Did you see Nikki with the pink hair? She always has to be a 707.

    submitted by Dria Jackson

    71 - (n.) The overwhelming force or trial a protagonist faces at the plot climax (usually approximately three-quarters of the way through a story (post-break-in-stasis, q.v.) [after the huge horde of swordsmen that come at you in Wii Showdown when you get 71% through a course.]

    e.g., "He got past all those guards?! Wow, that was quite a battle scene." "Yeah, but now he's got to face the 10,000 dead warriors---and they're just skeletons: they can't die." "Holy cow. That's some 71."

    submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

    723 - Pathetic, a loser. The letters on a telephone keypad that spell SAD.

    e.g., Jones: "Jason got shut down again." Evert: "Yeah, he's 723."

    submitted by Jason Evert

    73 - Best regards. Orginally, "Compliments." From old landline telegraph days. Now used by amateur radio operators as a friendly "best regards" at the end of a radio conversation. Note: The occasionally heard "73s" is redundant and an example of poor rearing. 73 is already plural.

    e.g., Bob: "I think it's time to go get some dinner." Joe: "Okay. Talk to you tomorrow, Bob. 73." Bob: "73, Joe."

    submitted by Jon

    747 - Over someone's head.

    e.g., "Chris didn't understand your joke -- it was a 747." "No surprise there."

    submitted by Kristina

    7:30 - Meaning mentally sick, or crazy beyond help.

    e.g., You can tell he's 7:30 by the way he acts.

    submitted by Piranhapersona

    7d9 - Hexadecimal for 2009.

    e.g., Last Friday was 08-21-7D9. Translation: August 27, 2009.

    submitted by star651 - (www)

    7s - (pl.n.) passenger airplanes (after the Boeing 707, 727, 737, 747, 757, 777, etc.).

    e.g., "I was gonna drive, but then I ran out of time, so I grabbed a 7 from Phoenix, and here I am."

    submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

    8 up - Visual transliteration of U.S. Army slang for something thoroughly useless, worthless, problematic, or dysfunctional. 8 up arrow.

    e.g., Specialist Flamperts is 8 up. Tell him he's late for formation.

    submitted by Adam Greenfield - (www)

    8-0-8 - 808 is a Roland TR808, the quintessential drum machine. Used by everybody from Sugar Hill Gang on.

    e.g., Bangin' like a 8-0-8.

    submitted by darkly

    86, eighty-sixed - Restaurant/bar slang: To cut someone off at the bar. 86 actually refers to the proof (alcohol content) of whiskey. As the night grew late, a bartender would surreptitiously switch the whiskey he was pouring from the more expensive stuff (over 100 proof) to the cheaper stuff (86 proof) since the drunks were too far gone to notice the difference. Shortly after that, you were likely to get to kicked out for sleeping at the bar. Colloquially it has come to mean being cut off from alcohol or being booted from the establishment. (ED. Being thrown out is usually what is meant when someone gets 86ed. The version given is just one of several versions to account for the origin of "86" with the given meaning. Caution: If you cite the pseudodictionary as your source of information, you're in danger of getting the dreaded automatic F.) |  
     
    To throw someone out; to ban or bar someone. To get rid of something, to throw out. Ditch, dispose of, drop. For some, "to 86" also means "to kill" or "to murder."

     
     
    Kate Ramos | Decoding Diner LingoEighty-Sixed = an item the kitchen has run out of. A popular piece of diner lingo that, according to Jonelle Roest, co-owner of Rosie's Diner, is still in use in many restaurants. There are three theories about the origin of the phrase. The first is a reference to Article 86 of the New York state liquor code, which defines the circumstances in which a bar patron should be refused alcohol. There's also the soup-kitchen theory, which refers to the fact that during the Great Depression, soup kitchens would often make just enough soup for 85 people; therefore, if you were number 86 in line, you got eighty-sixed. The third theory is dubbed the coffin theory: A coffin is eight feet long and buried six feet under the ground, so if you're in your coffin, you've been eight by sixed, or eighty-sixed.
    Additional speculations about the origin of "eighty-sixed." Cf. 386: "Why don't you go pound sand up your ass?" Eighty-six or 86 is common slang. Thanks to Mark B for 386, origin unknown. In some circles, 832 is used instead of 386.
    From the alt.usage.english FAQ maintained by Mark Israel "eighty-six"="nix"
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    This verb meaning "to eject or debar from premises, to reject or abandon" was previously an expression used by waiters and bartenders indicating that the supply of an item was exhausted or that a customer was not to be served. Morris Dictionary of Word and Phrase Origins says: " … 86 may well have come from a number code created by … soda fountain clerks …. Originally, according to the American Thesaurus of Slang, it was a password used between clerks to indicate: 'We're all out of the item ordered.' The transition from this meaning … to the bartender's sense of 'Serve no more because of the shape he's in' is fairly obvious. The number code developed by soda clerks was very extensive…. A hissed '98' from one soda-popper to another indicated 'The assistant manager is prowling around. Watch out.' … And most cheerful warning of all, 87 1/2, meaning 'There's a good-looking girl out front!'"  
     
    The earliest clear citation is from the February 1936 issue of American Speech, which gives the definition "Eighty-six, item on the menu not on hand." The Random House Historical Dictionary of American Slang cites a comedy with a date range 1926-35 in which a waiter gives his number as 86.  
     
    AHD3 gives the etymology: "Perhaps after Chumley's bar and restaurant at 86 Bedford Street in Greenwich Village, New York City." But most other dictionaries, including MWCD10, suggest that eighty-six was rhyming slang for "nix." On its AOL message Board, Merriam-Webster Editorial Department writes: "The etymology we give at 'eighty-six' is the one we'll stand by. It is our contention that the address at Chumley's is purely coincidence, and that the word was developed in rhyming slang, and originally used by restaurant workers so that the average customer didn't know what they were talking about.  
     
    "The earlier citations for 'eighty-six' … do not influence our decisions about the etymology …. In fact, if the first citation is from the early part of the range, it would tell against the Chumley's hypothesis, as Chumley's did not exist before 1927-29. Finally, because slang usually exists in the language for a number of years before it is recorded, the existence of a citation from the 1920s tells strongly against the Chumley's explanation.  
     
    "There are a number of other theories about the origin of the word: that it originated in the heyday of the British merchant marine (the standard crew was 85, so that the 86th didn't get to go); that 86 was the number of the California (or Florida) law that forbade bartenders to serve the overly intoxicated; and that it refers to the number of tables (85) at the New York restaurant 21, and the table (86, in other words, no table) that the undesirable got. There are more, but the Chumley's theory is the most popular."  
     
    "Eighty-six" is attested as a verb meaning "get rid of" from 1955 on. It was surely in reference to this meaning that Maxwell Smart, the hero of the 1960s sitcom Get Smart!, was Agent 86.

    e.g., When Jocko saw Chris's eyes glazing over, he decided to 86 him. | Charlie: If you get in a fight in my bar, you're 86ed for life. | We should eighty-six a lot of the words that slipped in. | "My girlfriend has a pair of shoes she adores [that] have begun to smell more strongly than a fish market. She won't get rid of them and its becoming embarrassing to take her out in public with her smelly feet. How can I tell her to eighty-six the shoes without hurting her feelings? --OSU Daily Barometer (Oregon State University), Oct. 7, 2005"

    submitted by Scotty | HD Fowler - (www)

    87 - Miracle, the impossible, magic.

    e.g., Five seconds to go. The defense knew the ball would go to Danny Ainge. They were right. Ainge took the inbound pass, dribbled past all five defenders to score and win the game. Turned 'em inside out. 87!

    submitted by aldwin oliveros

    88 - A piano (from the number of keys).

    e.g., He plays the 88 by ear; it's really quite incredible. Why does he want to be a lawyer?

    submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

    9 - Also nine. A Buick Electra 225, the sum of the digits in the model. || (adv.) left (as opposed to right); on one's left; (v.) to move to the left (figuratively, as in politics) or literally (as on a highway); (adj.) of or pertaining to the left. (Analogy with the military's "on your six" i.e., behind you) (see also "3").

    e.g.,

    Sgt Art, aaca.org In the Afro-American community around New York City, I heard 225's referred to as "9"'s (sum of the digits). It was a very popular car in the 60's. ||

    Don't look now, but captain road-rage is about to pass you on your 9. | He used to be a reactionary Republican, but he's really nined over the last couple of years: he's in the Peace Corps in Malaysia now.

    submitted by HD Fowler || Scott M. Ellsworth - (www)

    9...2...11 - To run away immediately.

    e.g., When he saw the lion coming toward him, he did not wait and was 9...2...11.

    submitted by Unmesh

    90210 - Used when filling in those crappy online questionnaires that ask you for information they couldn't possibly need. Placed in the zip code area.

    e.g., Name: No Age: 45 Address: 123 No Street E-mail: NoREMOVEME@EMEVOMERNo.No Zip: 90210

    submitted by Bob Boarker

    912 - (n., pronounced nine-twelve) 1. September 12, 2001, the day after the WTC attacks, when there were no planes flying anywhere in the country and everyone was still in shock -- called by some "silent Wednesday." 2. Any "day after" something tragic or devastating which renders the person referred to unable to function normally or, if able to, can only do so mechanically. (adj.) 3. of or pertaining to September 12, 2001, or the feelings associated with it; 4. of or pertaining to devastating shock, grief, or loss. (v.) 5. to grieve, cry, mourn, or in some other way attempt to cope or come to terms with a devastating loss or shock.

    e.g., "912 gave me a much better understanding about how my grandparents felt after Pearl Harbor, or how the Japanese people felt after Fat Man and Little Boy." | "I can't do this anymore: every time I turn on the tv or read a paper, I feel like the world is unraveling! It's all just too 912 for me." | "Keep the press away from her: she just found out her husband was killed and she needs some 912 time."

    submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

    93 - Secret spooky code greeting used by followers of the late Aleister Crowley, referring to the "93 current" of magic he was thought to channel.

    e.g., "93, Soror Babalon." "93. Haven't seen you around in awhile."

    submitted by Adam Greenfield - (www)

    983 - (nine eighty three; adj.) 1. Absolutely confidential, sacrosanct; 2. Most secret, top secret, eyes only. (n.) 3. Information which is absolutely not disclosable due to its being (a) sacred, (b) forbidden, (c) sensitive or dangerous, or (d) somebody else's secret, which you have no right to blab about; 4. Any request or beseeching that a given matter remain secret, confidential, or undisclosed. (adv.) 5. In strictest confidence; 6. Under an oath-sworn code or promise of silence; 7. With the expectation that the listener (or reader) will never expose, pass on, reveal, or share the information disclosed without the knowledge and consent of the original confider; (v.) 8. to seal something or classify it non-disclosable, (imperative or hortatory) 9. "Tell No One!" or "What I am about to tell you stays in this room!" [From Section 1 of Catholic Canon 983, which reads "Sacramentale sigillum inviolabile est; quare nefas est confessario verbis vel alio quovis et quavis modo de causa aliquatenus prodere paenitentem," and, in English, "The sacramental seal is inviolable; therefore it is absolutely forbidden for a confessor to betray in any way a penitent in words or in any manner and for any reason."]

    e.g., "Please don't tell anybody, Chuck. Please?" "983, Ali: No one will find out your secret from me. I have no idea who Ratwoman is." "Thanks, Chuck." "No problem." .... "So, how is Ratwoman today?" "I think she's out of her near-catatonia, doc, but she still insists her room is the Ratcave. When I took her her medications, she was quite calm, for once, but insisted her hospital gown was her crime-fighting costume and begged me not to reveal the secret identity I'd discovered." | "Okay, now remember: nobody, but nobody finds out about this blueprint. It's just the four of us, right?" "Yeah." "Sure." "Obviously." "I got it, Chief: on the QT, under the hat, 983." "Yeah, Carl ... exactly." "Can I tell my octopus?" "Your octopus?!" "Yes, Carl, you can tell your octopus, but only in octopese. Remember? If you say it in English or Spanish or French or any of those languages you speak, someone could hear you. Okay?" "Oh, yes. I've got it, Chief." | "I'm telling you about the surprise party 983, okay?" "Okay: 983, promise." | "Miss Hossenfeffer, send this out to double-O nothing 983, will you? Usual courier." "Of course, Chief. But it will have to be tomorrow." "Why?" "Carl's on vacation with his octopus, remember?" "Oh, oh, yes, of course. Tomorrow will be fine." "Your courier sounds a bit off; is he reliable?" "Oh, yes. Best courier in the world: luny as a fruitcake, but tops in what he does." "And is he careful with the correspondence he carries?" "Oh yes: 983: quiet as the grave."

    submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

    99s - A long time.

    e.g., Rui takes 99s to get home from hockey.

    submitted by tracey

    9th configuration filter - The filter allowing Hollywood moviemakers to see the mentally ill only as particularly zany stand-up comedians. From the film The 9th Configuration by William Peter Blatty.

    e.g., Here's Robin Williams in clown feet and a revolving bow tie. Looks like the 9th configuration filter is in place here.

    submitted by Adam Leslie

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