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9 definitions by Johann7

 
1.
also splif

(From split <divided> + spiff <well-dresssed or good>)

a quality cigarette rolled with both tobacco and marajuana, initially popular on Europe's Iberian Peninsula

additionally, the term has been adopted to mean any high quality or well-rolled marajuana joint
"I don't have much weed left, but I can roll us both a spliff."
OR
"The party was wack 'til mah nigga busted out a FATTY spliff!"
by Johann7 August 24, 2004
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2.
lag
not to be confused with latency (the time it takes to send a packet to and recieve a response packet from a server along a network), lag is impaired computer functionality (slow application responses or reduced/choppy framerates) resulting from high latency, packet loss, or low-preformance (generally video) hardware

adj. laggy, vi. lag
"My ping's 198?! No wonder this server's so laggy!"

OR

"If you turn down you resolution, you won't get as much lag."
by Johann7 August 24, 2004
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3.
1. A small, magical humanoid creature, similar to a faerie (fairie or fairy); unlike faeries, they are usually not winged; in mythology and fairytales pixies use their magic to play tricks on or otherwise harass people, esp. by sabatoging machines or other technology

2. A short or young girl with puerile features prone to taunting flirtation or mischievous behavior

3. pixie cut: a short, 'boyish' women's haircut characterized by it staggered length (short bangs that lengthen to below the ears as the hairline approaches, shorter across the ears, and longer across the neck) and texturized style esp. by notching
1. Man 1: My printing press broke down overnight for the second time this week!
Man 2: It must be pixies!

or

"After dropping acid, I was accosted by a swarm of mischievous pixies!"

2. "Dude, your younger sister is quite the little pixie."

3. Grandfather: Are you trying to look like a little boy?
Granddaughter: No, grandpa, this is a very stylish pixie cut.
by Johann7 December 16, 2006
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4.
Zángano is Spanish for drone (as in the asexual, genetically identical organisms that form the majority of a bee colony). In some regional dailects, it is used as a term of contempt for a useless, lazy person; in this context the use may be extended to that of a general, mild slur in the sense of schmuck or dumbass.
Slang usaage:
"Sara es como mi hermana, pero su novio es un zángano."
<>
"Sara's like a sister to me, but her boyfriend's a zángano."
...
"Zángano!" (contemptiously spoken to someone you find worthless)
by Johann7 March 04, 2008
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5.
1. A small, magical humanoid creature, similar to a faerie (fairie or fairy); unlike faeries, they are usually not winged; in mythology and fairytales pixies use their magic to play tricks on or otherwise harass people, esp. by sabatoging machines or other technology

2. A short or young girl with puerile features prone to taunting flirtation or mischievous behavior

3. pixie cut: a short, 'boyish' women's haircut characterized by it staggered length (short bangs that lengthen to below the ears as the hairline approaches, shorter across the ears, and longer across the neck) and texturized style esp. by notching
1. Man 1: My printing press broke down overnight for the second time this week!
Man 2: It must be pixies!

or

"After dropping acid, I was accosted by a swarm of mischievous pixies!"

2. "Dude, your younger sister is quite the little pixie."

3. Grandfather: Are you trying to look like a little boy?
Granddaughter: No, grandpa, this is a very stylish pixie cut.
by Johann7 November 24, 2006
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6.
also dzie

to cease all cardio-respiratory, metabolic, and neural functioning; to die
"I ain't never gonna dizie!"
by Johann7 August 24, 2004
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7.
1. past part. of spiff (to groom or make attractive) usu. spiffed up; also, well-dressed

2. Intoxicated esp. to a level of severely impaired motor and cognative function, usu. from ingestion of alcohol or alcohol in conjunction with other illicit/illegal drugs
1. "My dentist really spiffed up his waiting room over the summer!" or "My roommate spiffed up for his date tonight."

2. "After four shots and six beers, I was so spiffed I couldn't stand up." or "I was a little drunk when we got to her place, but after we smoked a couple bowls I was totally spiffed!"
by Johann7 November 24, 2006
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