An exclamation of startled or pained suprise.
The proper pronunciation has most of the emphasis on the first sylable with a slight pause before saying the remainder of the word (EI-chano!)
Alternate spelling: ichano
Guy 1: "I just ran over your dog."
Guy 2: "EICHANO!"
A type of messy, airy turd that is kind of foamy...not quite solid, not quite diarrhea.
"I don't know what I ate last night, but I have floam, really bad!"
Describes an item or situation that is annoyingly fucked up, but not fucked up so badly that it cannot be repaired or remedied. Commonly used in conjunction with the word "bigtime".
guy one: "How's it going with your new girlfriend"
guy two: "Man, that situation is clomas, bigtime!"
Breakfast. I have known a couple of people that are normally well-spoken who just have, for whatever reason, an inability to properly say the work "breakfast".
"Lets go get some brefkast."
A homemade zither made from an old guitar neck. Can be plucked, hammered, bowed or picked. Sounds vaguely Asian or Middleastern.
"Ken was tossing out a broken guitar, so I took the neck and made a chucktar."
A bastardisation of approximately and positively first used by people of marginal education. Even though those two words have different degrees of certitude, approximatively originally meant approximately but has since evolved to mean approximately with slightly more certitude, but not quite positively.
guy one: "How long will you be?"
guy two: "approximatively 15 minutes."
A large orgy where everything/anything goes.
I think the neighbors are having another all-night everythingathon.