Slang definition of RABBIT FOOD

RABBIT FOOD means: Rabbit food is slang for fresh, uncooked fruit and vegetables.

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RABBIT FOOD means: Rabbit food is slang for fresh, uncooked fruit and vegetables.

Slang meaning of RABBIT FOOD

RABBIT FOOD means: Rabbit food is slang for fresh, uncooked fruit and vegetables.

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Meaning of RABBIT FOOD

RABBIT FOOD means: Rabbit food is slang for fresh, uncooked fruit and vegetables.

Meaning of RABBIT

RABBIT means: Rabbit (shortened from rabbit and pork) is Cockney rhyming slang for to talk, often unceasingly. Rabbit is derogatory slang for a person who is a novice or bad at a sport or game. Rabbit is Australian and nautical slang for a smuggled or stolen article.Rabbit is Australian and nautical slang for borrow, steal.

Meaning of Rabbit food

Rabbit food means: Lettuce

Meaning of Rabbit food

Rabbit food means: Lettuce

Meaning of The Rabbit Died

The Rabbit Died means: a way of saying someone is NOT pregnant. It refers to the old test of injecting a rabbit with a woman's urine. If the rabbit didn't live, the woman wasn't pregnant; if it did, she was.

Meaning of The Rabbit Died

The Rabbit Died means: A way of stating someone is pregnant. Refers to the old test of injecting a rabbit. If the rabbit survived, the person wasn't pregnant, if it died, they were.

Meaning of The Rabbit Died (CORRECTION)

The Rabbit Died (CORRECTION) means: http://pregnancy.about.com/library/weekly/aa090901a.htm explains more about the expression "the rabbit died" which was used as a euphemism for "I'm pregnant." The rabbit *always* died, actually, regardless of whether or not the woman was pregnant. While I certainly remember hearing this expression used when I was a kid back in the '70s, it came into usage many decades before that.

Meaning of RABBIT'S PAW

RABBIT'S PAW means: Rabbit's paw is London Cockney rhyming slang for to scold (jaw).

Meaning of rabbit

rabbit means: Verb. To talk, often unceasingly. Abb. rhyming slang, from Rabbit and Pork. E.g."Stop rabbitting and get on with your work." {Informal}

Meaning of BUY THE RABBIT

BUY THE RABBIT means: Buy the rabbit is slang for to fare badly or come off worse.

Meaning of SAL'TING

SAL'TING means: . dishes cooked with saltfish or meat.. that part of the meal which is served with the "food" (starchy food, ground food).. by some strange extension, the female organ, often simply called "sal". the food that goes with the rice, potatoes or starchy food; like calalloo, fish and sauce, sauces or gravy

Meaning of RABBIT HUTCH

RABBIT HUTCH means: Rabbit hutch is London Cockney rhyming slang for the groin (crutch).

Meaning of RABBIT AND PORK

RABBIT AND PORK means: Rabbit and pork is London Cockney rhyming slang for talk.

Meaning of DEAD RABBIT

DEAD RABBIT means: Dead rabbit is British slang for an impotent penis.

Meaning of SKINNED RABBIT

SKINNED RABBIT means: Skinned rabbit is British slang for a flacid penis.

Slang definitions, words, phrases and meanings

Meaning of PLATE−RACK

PLATE−RACK means: Plate−rack was th century London Cockney rhyming slang for a hack (horse).

Meaning of fire blanks

fire blanks means: Vrb phrs. Of a man, to be sterile. Cf. 'shoot blanks'.

Meaning of nibbles

nibbles means: Noun. Small snack type food, especially when eaten before a meal or with drinks. {Informal}

Meaning of Crazy

Crazy means: Another jazz superlative.Count Basie's band sure lays down a "crazy" beat.

Meaning of hairy

hairy means: Crude, clumsy. Franklin made a hairy gesture and skiddooed.

Meaning of blueball

blueball means: A sexually frustrated male.

Meaning of huffy

huffy means: Arrogant, rude. She is a hottie but they say she is a hoodrat, so I avoid her.

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