20 definitions by dorothy

Top Definition
The mother of one's child. The connotation is that mother and father do not and never did have any relationship beyond being sex partners. Contrast: ex-wife, ex-girlfriend.
"I thought I was getting a fuck buddy, but I ended up with a baby momma."
by Dorothy November 21, 2004
A singularly feline display of affection. The kneading, purring, nuzzling, or salivating that accompanies feline affection toward humans.
I found it difficult to read my magazine while Fluffy persistantly smurgled my chin.
by Dorothy April 21, 2003
adj. - referring to the outward manifestations of Jewish identity such as appearance, clothes, accent, or religious observance.
"Rachel broke up with Dan. Even though he was Jewish, his red hair and Gentile friends just weren't Jewy enough for her."
#jewy #jewish #hebrew #hasidic #orthodox #reform
by Dorothy April 19, 2008
Popular with gay men looking for anonymous sex: usually said of public places.
"The police received multiple complaints about people having sex in the cruisy park bathroom."
by Dorothy November 14, 2004
An adult female who is involved to some extent in an African American child's life; can be mother's sister but is not necessarily so.
Momma said to go to Auntie LaJuana's house after school.
by dorothy December 31, 2004
n. - Personal name popular with African Americans or found exclusively in African American communities.

For girls, Ebonics names typically follow the pattern of three syllables with the stress on the second vowel. This may be accomplished by adding a prefix to a mainstream, two-syllable name, or by inventing a name from scratch. Less commonly, a two-syllable name is made by adding a syllable to the ending "-elle."

For boys, Ebonics names are often names formerly popular with whites. Otherwise, they are two syllable names with the stress on the second syllable. This pattern can be achieved by adding a prefix to a single-syllable mainstream name, or by inventing a name by combining two syllables. As with girls, a boy's name can also be formed with the "-el" (notice masculine spelling) ending.

Invented Ebonics names often begin with the syllables La/Le, Da/De, or Sha/She.
Bessie grandbabies all have Ebonics names: LaTanya, LaWanda, Deneka, Chantelle, Calvin, Reggie, Demond, Lamont, Montel, and DeWayne.
by Dorothy May 17, 2005
The small bus used to transport mentally and physically handicapped children to school. See also sped speeder, short bus, tart cart.
I knew Cody's brother was retarded when I saw him getting out of the sped sled.
by Dorothy June 01, 2005
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