401 definitions by Justin

1. To be intoxicated off any alcohol.
2. Just started drinking.
How ever which way you think you sound cool, use it.

I first heard this word from my sisters ex after he got outa the pin after 2 years, I ask myself why in the fuck would dey be using that word up in der? Don't get me wrong, its pretty coo 2 use.
Simple example - You pervin?
2. Ay yo dog nuts, you pervin?
by Justin August 29, 2004
To avoid fulfilling a responsibility. To renege on an agreement.

The term comes from the word "cop," to steal. It is in general usage, and has been long before any "song" by Eminem.
I was going to go to the movies with Gillian last night, but she copped out on me and made her father dinner.
by Justin March 01, 2005
a variation of the exclamation "sweet", but usually in a very high-pitched voice. the e's might also be dragged out for extended periods of time. pretty cool the first time you say it, but after about number two or three of saying it, gets very annoying. use caution when saying excesseively, you might get bitch-slapped.
"man your new ride is schweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet"
"true, true."
by Justin March 03, 2005
itd
inner thigh distance of a woman (person)
she has a nice ITD

she can fit a keg in her ITD
by justin June 10, 2004
The stage of smoked up between high and ripped.
'I'm a fuckin airplane, man, I can see the trees below me' is usually uttered between periods of staring at houseplants and making brnyard noises.
by Justin October 14, 2003
An acronym for the XM29 Objective Individual Combat Weapon, a combination assault rifle-grenade launcher which was being developed for use by Hckler & Koch and Alliant arms, for the United States Military. It is comprised of two components; the upper component being the grenade launcher, which fires 20mm airbursting renades, and is magazine-fed, rather than single shot, as is the case with the M203 Grenade Launcher. The lower component is a variation of Heckler & Koch's G36 assault rifle, currently being issued to the German Bundeswehr. The assault rifle part of the weapon fires NATO-standard 5.56x45mm(.223 Remington) Kinetic Energy rounds from a 30-round magazine. The rifle also features a state-of-the-art tactical scope with nightvision, infrared, and zoom capabilities. The XM29 is a mix of both bullpup and standard rifle designs.

The XM29 OICW was being developed from the early 90's until recently by Heckler & Koch, and Alliant Arms. After spending many years and hundreds of thousands of dollars in development, the OICW project was scrapped, after it failed to overcome a few design flaws in its final test stages. It is believed that the OICW -might- still see service with the U.S. Armed Forces, but if so... it will be at a much later date than was originally predicted.

While the OICW was scrapped, development of its 5.56mm Assault Rifle component was continued in the form of the XM8 Compact Assault Rifle, which will most likely begin to replace the aging AR15/M16/M4 family of Assault Rifles, at least in the front lines of the U.S. Armed Forces. The U.S. Special Forces, however, are having a different weapon developed for tthem in the FN SCAR.
It will be a shame if a brilliant design such as the OICW never sees the light of day.
by Justin June 08, 2005
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