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22 definitions by MAC-Gyver

 
15.
A US military slang term dating back to Desert Storm I (circa 1991) for a kind of wraparound sunglasses issued to personnel in the desert to reduce glare and prevent sun-blindness. May be derived either from a brand name or from the odd appearance they gave the wearer.
"When we returned from Saudi Arabia, the colonel gave a directive that we were to ditch our Gargoyles to maintain security. Our raccoon tansgave us away though."
by MAC-Gyver May 27, 2003
 
16.
Womens' high heeled shoes or boots, from the fact that they advertise that the wearer is looking for someone to 'do her' ('do me')
The skeezer wore daisies and do-mes to her junior high graduation.
by MAC-Gyver May 27, 2003
 
17.
A military slang term for artillery. To 'bring smoke' = order an artillery strike. 'Chief of Smoke' = senior sergeant in an artillery unit.
The FO read the coordinates carefully into the radio's handset. Bringing smoke was a difficult job; one wrong syllable and a shell could land among the friendlies.
by MAC-Gyver May 27, 2003
 
18.
Slang for a ring. Derived from the feudal ritual in which supplicants and inferiors would kiss a lord's ring when 'fawning' or 'kissing up' to him.
"That's a flash fawney, Jimmy. It would be a shame ef I had tae break the finger af to get it. Now 'and it over like a good chap and ye'll come to no 'arm."
by MAC-Gyver May 27, 2003
 
19.
Canadian military slang dating back to World War I, for a mortar round or an aircraft 'iron' bomb, especially a heavy large-bore one. Derived from its weight and size, like a large pig.
"We were crossing the plain in open formation when the enemy brought smoke -- 'blind pigs' and rainmakers.
by MAC-Gyver May 27, 2003
 
20.
Cockney slang for the border of something.
""E's gawn orf the 'hedge of the roof!"
by MAC-Gyver May 27, 2003
 
21.
Military slang for a multiple-barreled rocket artillery launcher like the MLRS or the Soviet 'Katusha'.
"You could even hear the shrieking of the battery's 'rainmakers' inside the thick hull of the tank."
by MAC-Gyver May 27, 2003