The definitions of these slang words appear below the list. Yard Ape: Blacks: Low-income housing quite often has no air conditioning. Jehu is a biblical word, taken from the name of a king of Israel, who is mentioned in 2 Kings ix: “the driving is like the driving of Jehu the son of Nimshi, for he driveth furiously.” This word is not often encountered, but when it is may be applied generally to the driver of a cab, or also to any driver who operates his vehicle in a reckless fashion. eager beaver - an enthusiastic helper; a person who is excited about something; fat head - insulting term for a stupid or foolish person; geezer - an old person; glitterati - wealthy or famous people with a high profile; hipster - someone who is very tuned in to popular culture and current trends ; jive bomber - a good dancer; khaki wacky - a girl who is crazy about boys A new study examining the use and knowledge of modern slang by 2,000 Americans found the top 20 slang words that leave the average person irritated. Last edited on Dec 13 2002. on Dec 14 2001. on Dec 05 1999. Submitted by Gene S. from Hammond, IN, USA antagonist. Last edited on Dec 13 1999. bad eggs. Submitted by Walt W. from Natick, Massachusetts, USA an unattractive, undependable, old automobile. Last edited on Dec 15 2012. sexual contact. Last edited on Aug 10 2010. Last edited on Apr 18 2011. Other guy: You are a real bad person. I do believe, however, that an overuse of slang terms can negatively affect people. See. contestant. Submitted by Holly from Birmingham, AL, USA Last edited on Dec 21 2010. on May 19 2002. Google has been penalizing this site in its search rankings for years. 1. Gender is a mental conception of the self, so a genderfluid person can present as any gender or appearance, based on how that term feels for them. The slang words in this thesaurus category appear below the table of contents. "Cher swerves - to avoid killing a person on a bicycle. Last edited on May 19 2002. —Fitzedward Hall, Modern English, 1873. Synonyms for bad person. Last edited on Feb 26 1999. Love from Gainesville, FL, USA Submitted by Michael H. from Durham, NC, USA Experts reveal secrets of chess! Last edited on Oct 09 2011. an instance of someone "biting," as described in the verb forms relating to copying and plagiarism. Delivered to your inbox! to drink; (lit. —Michel de Montaigne, Essays written in French (trans. A column by Damon Runyon in that year mentions that palooka was “a new word, much used lately to describe what was formerly called a ‘hit-out,’ a ‘sucker,’ a ‘bohunk,’ a ‘pushover,’” and then goes on to explain that “all of these words mean a very poor fighter.” You now have enough 1920s slang terms for boxer to last a fortnight, at least. Nineteenth century sailor slang for “A riotous holiday, a noisy day in the streets.” 8. Submitted by Anonymous —The New York Times (advt. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA Last edited on Jul 29 2012. What a sucker! Google has been lying about the penalty against this site for years. 8 Historical Measurements, Study Up With Our Official SCRABBLE Dictionary. “I need a cup of Arbuckle’s.” Argufy – Argue, to have weight as an argument. The suffix -aster (“one that is inferior or not genuine”) comes from a Latin suffix which denotes something that has a partial resemblance. Chav. Submitted by Derrick P. from Edmonton, AB, Canada Other guy: COME HERE YOU NARCISSISTIC PRICK! Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA Last edited on Jul 30 2007. bandit. Submitted by Matt from VA, USA Last edited on Jul 29 2012. ‘Twould amaze one to think what sad Work these Botchers have made with some of the best Writers whom they have left … and so wretchedly mangled and defaced, that if they were to rise out of their Graves, they would not really know their own Works themselves, or at least would be ashamed to own them. on Dec 20 2010. To the horse's credit, though, it doesn't know what money is. That was a bad-ass concert. Although a street term, it is virtually synonymous with the earlier Latin phrase, 'mea culpa'. Last edited on Mar 02 2013. Something that’s all too common on my silly Australian travel blog!. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA Last edited on Jun 12 2008. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA Last edited on Aug 10 2010.