2 definitions by Tiara Lashawn
|1.||Full of the devil|
One who do to his or her actions is said to be under the influence of the devil.
The man who killed that woman was full of the devil.
by Tiara Lashawn Nov 29, 2009 add a video
It is believed that the orgin of this word derives from the word Banshee: In irish folk lure its meaning describes one who laments and or wails the death of a family memeber who is about to die.
In the Urban Community due to communication barriers the word came to be used as an insult describing someone who is a troublesome soul.
Worrisome, hard to get along with, one who is difficult to handle.
Full of deciet and demands attention through negativity.
Ignorant, country, back woods, one with no home training.
Generally used when referring to a female.
That Bainchi (Bay-n-chi) is full of drama.
by Tiara Lashawn Nov 24, 2009 add a video