Skateboard Lingo. Aciddrop Skating off the end of an object without touching the board with your hands. Airwalk Airwalk This trick can be done with or without grabbing the nose; once in the air the front foot is kicked out and the back foot is kicked back so they are in a walking type position Alley-oop Alley-oop A spinning trick on transition that entails spinning to the right while airing to the left, or vice versa Am amateur Everyone who is not a pro Anchor grind A grind on the front truck, with the tail pointing back, down, and away from the obstacle Backside 1.
To fall Bail 2. While in the air, deciding your not going to land your trick and kicking your board away for a hopefully painless landing. Rawls thought Lotti sounded like lottery, and since the board was spinning so much during the trick he named it after the California Lottery's Big Spin. Bitch Slap Grabbing right near the front wheel on the heel edge with your front hand, then pushing the tail over to the left right if goofy foot by crossing your back leg underneath your front leg Bluntslide A slide on the tail or nose, with the respectful truck resting atop the obstacle, and the opposite end of the board pointing up and towards the obstacle Boardslide A slide in which the nose is brought up over the obstacle and the board slides between the two trucks Body Varial The spinning of ones body along its vertical axis while the board does not spin Bomb a Hill To skate down a big hill Bowl A vert or miniramp with concave transition wrapping around degrees, forming a bowl shape Burly A big trick involving lots of potential for pain if it is not pulled off; a skater can be called burly if they are partial to these tricks Jamie Thomas and his tricks are burly Bust 1.
A spot is a bust if you are likely to get kicked out Bust 2. To bust a trick is to perform it successfully; you are busting if you are skating well Boned Pushing the board out in front and pointing downwards. Performed in mid-air Boneless Take the front foot off the board and grab the board with your hand. With your back foot still on the board jump up. Then place your front foot back on the board and remove your hand before landing.
The various curves of the deck Concave 2. Disaster The smacking of the center of the deck on the coping during re-entry into a quarter pipe, mini ramp, etc. Dog Piss Grab mute right by your front foot and kick off your back foot as if you were a dog taking a piss, hence the name Double Set A stairway with two sets of stairs seperated by a flat section Double Sided Ledge A ledge that is narrower than your wheelbase, allowing for boardslides and lipslides without any wheels sliding on top of the ledge Drop In The act of going from a flat platform into a steep transition Drop-in Any obstacle where a skater can place his tail on the edge of said obstacle and lean forward to drop in to a transition of some kind Dropping!
Some skaters will yell this to prevent a collision as they drop in to a section of a crowded park Dual Durometer A term used to describe a wheel made with two urethanes of different hardnesses; the core is of a hard urethane to better encase the bearing, and the outer part is softer for a smoother ride.
When a skater or his board are spinning, they are spinning frontside if the rotation leads the skater or the toe edge of the board to turn immediately forward Frontside 2. A number of tricks performed consecutively Line 2. A path or planned course through a park or spot Lip The edge of any obstacle that a skateboarder rides; on ramps, the lip usually is completed with coping; on a bank or curb, the square or angled corner is the lip Lipslide A slide in which the tail of the board goes up and over the obstacle and the board slides between the two trucks Local A skater is local to a spot if he lives nearby and is skating it and ripping it all the time Lock see Hang up Lock in The act of getting your board into a slide or grind position in a way that is most stable, allowing for a lengthy maneuver Madolly A madonna air with no grab Madonna Grab heel edge near the front wheel with your front hand and kick your front foot off behind you; this trick is often done to tail smack on the way back into the tranny.
O-Vert Short for over vert, a transition that goes past vert so that the face of the transition is actually facing slightly down Pivot Grind A trick or part of a trick where the back truck is grinding atop an obstacle for just a moment before the trick's completion Play Skate This game is also called horse; someone starts off the game by doing a trick; if they miss, it's the next person's turn to try their own trick; if they land it, everyone else has to try it and whoever misses gets an S; the winner is the last one not to spell out the full word Pole Jam Riding up and off of a pole bent diagonally out of the ground Pop 1.
The amount of snap and stiffness to a board Pop 2. Used to describe an obstacle or trick when either lacks smoothness and apparent ease Sketch or Sketchy 2. Used to describe a person or situation that is fishy Slam A hard fall Slappie A grind on a ledge without ollieing Slide Any trick in which any part of the deck is sliding atop an obstacle Slob A mute grab while airing frontside Smith Grind A grind on the back truck, with the nose pointing forward, down, and away from the obstacle Snake 1.
Skateboard slang might seem hard to grasp at first, and many of the terms do refer to techniques and tricks specific to skateboarding, such as the "ollie. Take, for instance, "rad," an all-purpose term of approval for someone's performance or the terrain. Skaters generally refer to their skateboards simply as their boards.
No point in getting fancy. Sometimes you hear the word "deck," but that refers specifically to the wood plank part of the skateboard.
Calling a skateboard "wood" or "ride" pegs someone as a novice trying too hard to sound like a skater. Skateboarders and ice skaters both go by the generic term "skater," which can lead you astray if you're searching the internet. But since you almost never find them in the same place at the same time, there's generally no confusion in the real world.
Skaters can sometimes be called "boarders," but usually only when someone wants to sound clever, such as the organization "Boarders for Christ" or a store called "Boarders Skate Shop. While many skaters develop a signature jargon, most rely on a set of commonly acknowledged terms to express themselves to other skaters. Visit any skate park in the United States, and you can count on hearing certain words. By Steve Cave. Updated August 13, This means the same as "cool" or, for you older folks, "rad.
You can pull off a sick trick, buy a sick board, or drop into a sick bowl at a sick skatepark. As a slang word, it means the opposite of the dictionary definition. Along with "sick," something really cool might get called "ill," "insane," "gnar" short for "gnarly"or even "rad" or "righteous.
This means to enthusiastically like something or feel really excited. Typically deployed as a verb, the word comes from making a fire bigger; when you add fuel or fan the flames, you stoke the fire. This means not done well or not trustworthy. A sketchy trick looked poorly executed "clean" is the opposite—a clean trick looked flawless.
You don't want to bring a sketchy person home for dinner. A sketchy skateboard might break when you land some air. It doesn't get used all the time, though; some people just say "fall" or "crash. This means someone who looks like a skater or claims to be a skater but doesn't know anything about skating. This term can be hurtful, so don't use it lightly. And it's tough to determine if someone truly is a poseur.Last edited on May 18 Submitted by Joe on Jan 05 Other terms relating to ' marijuana ':.
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Other terms relating to ' an eighth of an ounce ':. Definitions include: sarcastic term for someone who thinks they have superiority over you but does not. Definitions include: a very fine woman; a woman with very nice buttocks; very nice buttocks.
Definitions include: a computer whose security has been compromised, and is then used to perform computer misdeeds, such as sending spam or performing denial-of-service attacks. Definitions include: a skater who is mean to people who aren't considered skaters especially " posers ". Don't click the following.Last edited on Jan 26 A couple of skates celebrating the new year ran into my car. The test was a skate! Let's go out and skateotay? Let's skate. See more words with the same meaning: to go, leave, exit.
Last edited on May 06 He was facing life in prison but skated on a technicality. See more words with the same meaning: innocent, not responsible. Last edited on Jul 01 Submitted by Harold Z.
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He skated her from me. He skated my place in line. See more words with the same meaning: to steal. Last edited on Feb 05 Submitted by Joseph S. Other terms relating to ' to go, leave, exit ':. Vote how vulgar the word is — not how mean it is. Logged-in users can add themselves to the map. LoginRegisterLogin instantly with Facebook.
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Drug Slang Dictionary - Words Starting With I
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This document contains over 2, street terms that refer to specific drug types or drug activity. Examples include "Woolah," which is a hollowed cigar filled with marijuana and crack "Kibbles and Bits," which is a term used to describe small crumbs of crack "Rave," which describes a party designed to enhance a hallucinogenic experience through lights and music "Skeegers," which can be used interchangeably with the term "skeezers" and means a crack-smoking prostitute "Wild cat," which is a term for methcathinone mixed with cocaine All terms are cross-referenced where possible.
A single term or similar terms may refer to various drugs or have different meanings, reflecting geographic and demo-graphic variations in slang. All known meanings and spellings are included.
No attempt was made to determine which usage is most frequent or widespread. Different definitions for a single term are separated by semi-colons. The use of commasand the connective "and" indicates that the term refers to the use of the specified drugs in combination.
The user places a straw in each nostril and snorts about half a line each. Then the straws are crossed and the remaining lines are snorted. M - marijuana; morphine M. Sack - heroin Sacrament - LSD Sacre mushroom - psilocybin Salt - heroin Salt and pepper - marijuana Sam - federal narcotics agent Sancocho - to steal Spanish Sandoz - LSD Sandwich - two layers of cocaine with a layer of heroin in the middle Santa Marta - marijuana Sasfras - marijuana Satan's secret - inhalant Satch - papers, letter, cards, clothing, etc.Top definition.
Skate unknown. This is Westcountry slang dating back to before the First World War. Skates are very slippery fish and the name was applied to people who had slippery natures in that they were untrustworthy, would try to avoid giving information or were just not very likeable. The use of the name expanded to include people who were wheeler dealers or people who do a lot of ducking and diving but no actual work.
The name is disparaging but at the same time may hold just a hint of reluctant admiration. It is, however, a warning as a skate has no conscience and is totally unscrupulous and untrustworthy.
The term is believed to have been used extensively by the British armed forces and was used to describe someone who was a slippery customerfishy and who avoided their share of the work.
Military acronym used as steps to accomplish skatingaka: avoiding work. Use S. Skates drugs. A scale to weigh drugs. Military terminology meaning any service member who avoids his duties. Private Jones is a real skate. This is the fifth time this month he avoided garbage detail. There were a lot of people skating at the party. Skates unknown. A term for a filthy, dirty Portsmouth fan. A skate is a type of fish, hinting that Portsmouth fans are all fish, or smell of fish.
Southampton are going to smash the filthy skates this season. IND Gulag slap Pueef Quaff Male Queef Look at curry man!
Bloodhound Texas Switch I've been having stomach aches and diarrhea's lately. I don't know about being allergic to ice cream, but maybe you are Lactose intolerant? BUT - don't worry! Do you think the sugar in the ice cream might have caused my fibromyalgia? I have had fibromyalgia for 14 years.
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For many years I ate lots of ice cream. Recently I have begun breaking out in a rash if I eat anything sweet. Do you know why sugar might cause me to break out? Yes, Even Bryers ice cream makes me hurt. I do much better if I avoid highly processed foods. How does ice help a sprained ankle or other injury? While I exercise I often get sprain. I have seen many times that ice is used as a first aid for sprains. Related to Ice-skating: ice skater.
Something resembling frozen water: ammonia ice. A type of glaucoma in which cells from the back of the cornea spread over the surface of the iris and tissue that drains the eye, forming adhesions that bind the iris to the cornea. Mentioned in? References in periodicals archive?
The skating season in Shimla, which has the largest semi-natural ice-skating rink in India, begins in December and ends in February. Ice skating carnival in Shimla attracts tourists. An agent looking for girls to appear in a TV comedy based on an ice-rink called Shannon's former ice-skating coach, Gina Fulton, and Shannon was invited to the first of what would be three auditions.
And they say, break a leg! More than 80 enthusiastic skaters from all over India are taking part in the ice-skating carnival. Ice-skating coaching camp in Shimla. He said: "The people of Coventry have really taken to ice-skating.
This is not ice but it is 97 percent close to ice-skating. It is a fibre-plastic on which we put solution and we skate.
Hyderabad gets an eco-friendly ice skating rink. Shannon plays a wealthy and rebellious young skater, Natalie, who is up against her friend, Trisha in the race for a place in the ice-skating championships. Shannon skates way towards an acting career. The camp has brought opportunity to many who were unable to pursue their interest in ice-skating. Kashmiri ice skaters preparing to represent India in Poland.
Recently, an ice-skating tournament was held here to welcome the New Year. Tourists enjoy ice-skating in Shimla.