Slang definition of GRIFF

GRIFF means: Griff is slang for information; news.

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GRIFF means: Griff is slang for information; news.

Slang meaning of GRIFF

GRIFF means: Griff is slang for information; news.

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Meaning of griff

griff means: Noun. News, information. E.g."What's the griff on the street?" [Late 1800s]

Meaning of GRIFF

GRIFF means: Griff is slang for information; news.

Meaning of GRIFF

GRIFF means: marijuana

Meaning of griff

griff means: Marijuana

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BIFFIN means: Biffin is British slang for the perineum.

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bake means: Noun. The mouth. [Irish/Scottish use]

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Tart means: To slap another person around the ears of with both hands

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ropey means: adj iffy; something which isn’t in as good as state as it might be. It might be you with a hangover; your ex-girlfriend or the car you bought from someone in the pub last week: I can’t come into work today - I’m feeling a bit ropey or: We took a look over the plans but to be honest they looked a bit ropey.

Meaning of Buggin’

Buggin’ means: (buggin) v., Worrying.  “Why are you buggin’?  You know she likes you.”  [Etym., African American]

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