20 definitions by 1337 |-|4x0|2

Bayerische Motoren Werke, Or Bavarian Motor Works, Or Break My Wallet.

Company that makes "luxury" cars. It used to make airplanes engines, hence why the logo is of a propelor-esque design.
Check out my new bmw, it broke my wallet.
by 1337 |-|4x0|2 May 13, 2006
Sport in which 1-8 people row a racing shell down a river 1500-2000 meters. Usually takes around 6 minutes to finish. Practice is run by a coach and his ever faithful coxwain. There are 2 types of shells, scullers, in which every rower has 2 oars, and standard, when each rower has 1 oar, port or starbord. During the offseason rowers practice on ergs. Rowers are also known to train as hard as some of the most physical sports there are. A common misconseption is that rowers arms are really strong, little do the public know, that rowers use mainly there legs.
Shit man crew is the greatest sport ever. Damn this sport gave me a sexy body.
by 1337 |-|4x0|2 April 19, 2006
The New England Patriots 2007-2008 Football Season.
I would take 14-6 over an 18-1 failure any day.
by 1337 |-|4x0|2 February 10, 2008
The Cox Box system shows elapsed time, stroke rate and stroke count on a large clear display and provides a powerful amplifier and speakers that ensure that coxswain's voice is heard throughout the shell.
Nielsen-Kellerman makes the best cox box around!
by 1337 |-|4x0|2 August 21, 2006
Company bent on world domination. This however will never happen because people keep transferring over to Linux.
Bob: Man I hate Microsoft Windows Xp!!! :(
Rob: That's why you should have switched to Linux you dolt!
by 1337 |-|4x0|2 May 12, 2006
Term used in Counter-Strike that means to be shot in the head, but not killed. The "dink" part of this work comes from the sound a bullet makes when it hits a helmet.
Pack-a-Stan (RADIO): Go Go Go...
....ten seconds later...
Pack-a-Stan (Team): WOW NO BACKUP I GOT DINKED!
by 1337 |-|4x0|2 November 20, 2006
The commander of a racing shell. Usually under 5'5" and weighs no more than 100 pounds. May either sit at the bow or stern of the shell. Uses a microphone tool called a cox box or coxwains box. It is basically a headset microphone that is plugged into the shells speaker system with a guage for stroke rate on it. The coxwain or cox rarely uses the command stroke. Instead he/she uses these commands:

1.On the Ready! - command given to rowers telling them to prepare to row.

2.Ready...ROW! - command given for rowers to row.

3.Hold water/Hold - command given to pairs of rowers anywhere in the shell to stick the oar blade in the water and hold it there.

4.Power 10/20/30 etc. - command given to rowers to put full power into the number of strokes called.

5.Weigh Enough! - pronounced Way-nuff, command give to rowers to stop rowing.

6.oh...SHIT STOP, (insert port/starboard here) HOLD - command given when the very expensive racing shell is about to hit something.
Coxwain - Power 30 on 2, 1, 2.
Rowers - ahhh the pain, too many pieces.
Coxwain - you think i enjoy sitting here doing nothing yelling at you guys?
Stroke Seat - No... (said sarcastically)
by 1337 |-|4x0|2 August 21, 2006

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