2 definitions by Latin

Used to define the amount or lack of friction, traction or stiction of a surface, or anything acting upon a surface. Usually used in conjuntion with poor grammar.
"Man, this road is slick...I ain't got no gripshum"
"My shoes are a little worn-out, they ain't got the gripshum"
Customer to clerk when shopping for a set of tires to replace an old set, simply: "Got the gripshum?"
by latin January 25, 2005
A hymn sung at more solemn Catholic masses. Although people think of Latin during these masses, the hymn is actually Greek. This hymn is used during the Penitential Rite (asking God's forgiveness) on a regular basis during Advent (4 weeks before Christmas) and sometimes during Lent with the Angus Dei right before Easter.

Kung-Fu Jesus wasn't wrong but I'll put the whole thing as I have too much time.
P. Kyrie eleison
R. Kyrie eleison

P. Christe eleison
R. Christe eleison

P. Kyrie eleison
R. Kyrie eleison

P. Christe eleison
R. Christe eleison

or
P. Kyrie eleison
R. Christe eleison
P. Kyrie eleison
R. Chrise eleison
by Latin October 09, 2012

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