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87 definitions by Athene Airheart

 
43.
A derogatory term for members of the US Navy. Rarely an endearment.
"Hey, watch your six, rust-picker! I'm comin' in right on your tail!" (A Marine pilot taunting a Navy pilot during war games)
by Athene Airheart March 14, 2004
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44.
Someone who spends a lot of time around aircraft. See ramp rat, airport bum.

A "hangar" is a structure in which aircraft are kept. Many times you will find mechanics and/or pilots spending time there, talking about flying and telling stories. A Hangar Hound need not be a pilot or mechanic, but can just like being near aviation.
I had a good chat with the other hangar hounds the other day, we were discussing the air show coming up in June.
by Athene Airheart May 02, 2004
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45.
Slang term for mary jane, reefer, weed, kiff, pot, herb...

Also spelled hwaddow.
The other day we got some great hwaddaow and found ourselves to be truly cheeched.
by Athene Airheart May 30, 2004
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46.
Essentially, "I am much richer than you." A stronger form of "I could buy you." Usually a derisive phrase.
"I could buy you and sell you," said Bill Gates to his impoverished employee.
by Athene Airheart May 01, 2004
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47.
1. A reference mark that something is measured against. The original benchmarks are places on the workbench used to measure common lengths of material, such as lumber.

2. In surveying, a "bench mark" (two words) is a post or other permanent mark established at a known elevation that is used as the basis for measuring the elevation of other topographical points.

In computer and Internet technology, the term may have any of these meanings:

1) A set of conditions against which a product or system is measured. PC magazine laboratories frequently test and compare several new computers or computer devices against the same set of application programs, user interactions, and contextual situations. The total context against which all products are measured and compared is referred to as the benchmark.

2) A program that is specially designed to provide measurements for a particular operating system or application.

3) A known product with which users are familiar or accustomed to that other newer products can be compared to.

4) A set of performance criteria which a product is expected to meet.
Laboratory benchmarks sometimes fail to reflect real-world product use. For this reason, Eric Raymond defines a benchmark as "an inaccurate measure of computer performance" and cites the "old hacker's saying" that "In the computer industry, there are three kinds of lies: lies, damn lies, and benchmarks."

Still, benchmarks can be useful and some companies offer benchmark programs for downloading or a benchmark testing service on their own site.
by Athene Airheart March 18, 2004
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48.
Slang term for mary jane, reefer, weed, kiff, pot, herb...

Also spelled hwaddaow.
We got really cheeched when we smoked the hwaddow.
by Athene Airheart May 30, 2004
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49.
The tail section of an airplane, including the elevator and rudder.

From a French word meaning "feathers" or "tail feathers."
The empennage of my airplane is painted white and brown and has the registration number on it.
by Athene Airheart May 15, 2004
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