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The reminants of the three goddesses who created the land of Hyrule. Their names were Din, Faore and Nayru. The three pieces of the triforce are triangles arranged into a larger triangle. They represent Pwer, Wisdom and Courage. Said to grant a wish to those worthy of finding it.
Link was bestowed with the power of the Triforce of Courage.
by MAtt October 03, 2003
A disease caused by everything.
Bob got cancer from breathing, maybe we should stop so we don't get cancer!
by Matt March 26, 2005
Wicca, Sometimes refered to as: Witchcraft , or The Craft , Is a nature based religion. Followers, called Wiccans , worship 2 dieties, a god and a goddess. Some Wiccans worship others as well though the most common is the 2 dieties. There is no set path for a Wiccan and often they add or subtract parts of the religion making it offer more freedom than other religons such as Christians , or Muslims .
"Religion: Wiccan"
"I am a Wiccan."
by Matt November 25, 2004
JESUS-FUCKING-CHRIST! It's just a car. Plain and simple. It's a car made by Honda Motors, Co, designed to be an inexpensive ECONOMY car. The DX, Value Package, and LX models have a 112 horsepower engine, the EX model has a 127 hp engine (2004 sedan models), and the Si model has a 160 hp engine (2004 model). It's not made for racing, it's made to be fuel-efficient, which it is. Practically every website that has the word "Civic" in it, be it here, a forum, or anywhere else, has this damn argument about whether Civics are good racing cars or not. NOBODY CARES! Most of you probably don't own a car anyway!
The first car I owned a 1989 Honda Civic Hatchback in about 2002-ish. I didn't race it once, but whenever I mentioned I owned a Civic, people didn't care what year it was - they automatically thought I raced and that I was a ricer. Yeah, like I'd race in a car that had a horsepower range of 68-72. I learned to drive a stick shift in that car, that's about it.
by Matt August 08, 2004
A clothing brand worn by upper-middle class "preps" who know fashion when they see it. Cannot be worn by just anyone, at $70 for the pique polo. Originated by Rene Lacoste. The crocodile was actually an idea he got when he received a crocodile-skin handbag after winning a tennis match.
Lacoste polos are very comfortable and fit well.
by Matt April 25, 2005
fuck
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Another acronym of fear is:
false
evidance
appearing
real
We are lead by a hundred forms of FEAR
by Matt January 23, 2005
A discipline of chemistry which involved the study of the structure, reactions, compounds, et. al. of organisms and other organic compounds that contain carbon. Often refered to simply as "organic" or "o-chem." Considered by many to be the number one ass-raper on college campuses.
After that first organic chemistry test Little Billy decided that a degree in chemistry wasn't worth it.
by Matt October 10, 2005
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