Slang definition of STEPHEN FRY

STEPHEN FRY means: Stephen Fry is London Cockney rhyming slang for pie.

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STEPHEN FRY means: Stephen Fry is London Cockney rhyming slang for pie.

Slang meaning of STEPHEN FRY

STEPHEN FRY means: Stephen Fry is London Cockney rhyming slang for pie.

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Meaning of STEPHEN FRY

STEPHEN FRY means: Stephen Fry is London Cockney rhyming slang for pie.

Meaning of blakey

blakey means: (1) Miserable, incompetent fascist bus inspector played by Stephen Lewis in On The Buses, a television sitcom broadcast during the 1970s. (2) derog. A teacher.

Meaning of dullion, dul-yon

dullion, dul-yon means: Used as an exclamation upon executing a particularly violent and/or effective and/or demonstrative act on another,mostly unsuspecting person or upon seeing such an act perpetrated on a third party. For example; third year,dinner hall, St.Ninians' High School Giffnock. Stephen Brown (or 'Broono') scones Kenneth Baird (or 'Buffer') with a lunch tray full square on the back producing a dull sound usually associated with slapping the side of an empty oil drum. As Buffer collapsed into a heap amongst the slops Broono roared, "That was a fuckin' dullion!" and was answered with cries from the attendant muckers of "Fuckin' dullion man!" (ed: many thanks to Chris Diamond for this and other contributions.)

Meaning of Five by Five

Five by Five means: Currently used as an affirmative response - i.e. a complete interjective sentence ("Five by Five!") or as an adjective ("I'm five by five with that"). Meaning: everything's okay, under control, copacetic, hunky-dory, etc. Was in use in the movie Aliens (1986) nd was a hallmark of the character "Faith" from Buffy: the Vampire Slayer, which marks its passage into general understanding. However it was in use far earlier that either of those with a specific purpose and rationale for its existence. The phrase dates back to World War II, originating from radio voice communications. When operators used to talk to each other they first used the phrase “loud and clear” to describe their reception among each other. With a desire to be more precise, they adopted a numerical scale from one to five. Shortly thereafter, these radio operators incorporated the phrase 'five by five' ('five out of five for volume and clarity' i.e. 'loud and clear.'). So '5 by 5 means 'I hear you loud and clear.' Certainly was in common use in exactly this way in the US Army during the Vietnam war. Certainly was in common use in exactly this way in the US Army during the Vietnam war. (ed: we are interested in knowing if the phrase is any older than 1986?) We ask and we receive - seems Stephen heard it in use in (of all places) the 'Thunderbirds' puppet show in the 1960's.

Slang definitions, words, phrases and meanings

Meaning of HENRY THE THIRD

HENRY THE THIRD means: Henry the third is London Cockney rhyming slang for excrement (turd).

Meaning of SHE

SHE means: She is slang for cocaine.She is Jamaican slang for her.

Meaning of SICKENER

SICKENER means: Sickener is slang for a dissappointment.

Meaning of TOUCH UP

TOUCH UP means: Touch up is slang for to sexually molest.

Meaning of whoobang

whoobang means: To gossip. Quit your whoobanging and let's roll.

Meaning of BLUE HEAVEN

BLUE HEAVEN means: amytal, also refers to LSD

Meaning of V

V means: Valium diazepam (a benzodiazepine)

Meaning of to rock something

to rock something means: to wear something (clothes)

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