257 definitions by onebadasp

An feminate name created in the Antebellum South that was popular among African slaves. Samantha is a combination of the Arabic/African name Samad and the Greek suffix –antha which put together means Eternal Flower.
Samantha is a beautiful name and it's meaning is often listed incorrectly in baby name books.
by OneBadAsp October 17, 2006
A threesome is the term which describes a sexual act involving three people, sometimes also referred to as a menage a trois.
A true threesome is when all three people have sex with each other, not when two people just have sex with one person and not each other.
by OneBadAsp October 17, 2006
When several men rape a woman, demonstrating incredible cowardice and supporting the notion that we humans reside on a limb far from the top of the evolutionary tree.
Gang rape is a horrible crime.
by OneBadAsp October 22, 2006
Loki is the Norse God of trickery, mischief, and change; a major character in Norse Mythology. Blood-brother of Odin and traveling companion and friend of Thor; his wife’s name is Sigyn, his children’s names are Hel, Fenris, Jormungandr, Vali, Narfi and Sleipnir. Loki is pleasing and handsome in appearance according to the Eddas. He is renown for his cleverness and for helping the Gods out after he has gotten them into trouble as well as his great ability to make them laugh and cheer them up.

He has domain over fire, and is a master magician, conjurer as well as shape-shifter (In some cases changing gender). Loki is bisexual, having sexual relations with both male and female in mythology. Bearing in mind Loki’s dark side as well as his good one, he is most valuable as a witty, entertaining friend, and a God to call upon.

Loki is not an evil malevolent being or the Norse version of Satan or some fallen angel. The later influence of Christianity on Norse culture resulted in changing the mythology portraying Loki as evil incarnate. This is not uncommon, Christianity often demonizes other religions gods.

Loki represents both our divine intelligence and also free will whereby we can choose for good or ill, and if we make a mistake to correct it. He typifies the human mind: on one hand clever, foolish, immature; on the other hand, he personifies the elevating, aspiring traits in human intelligence.

Loki is still worshiped today and one who worships or is dedicated to Loki as their primary God is called a Lokean. Compare to Odinist.

In pop culture:

Loki is a supervillian in Marvel comics.
Loki is a hero in Valhalla comic books.
Loki is a character on Mario and Luigi video games.
Loki is a character in the movie Domga
Loki is the spirit who inhabits the mask in the movie, “The Mask”.
Loki is a main character in the novel “American Gods”.
In Star Gate SG-1 Loki is a renegade Asgard who is responsible of many alien abductions in which he genetically experiments with human DNA in order to try and solve his races genetic degradation that is caused by excessive cloning.

The dog star, Sirius, is referred to as "Lokabrenna."
Times change, Gods change - why not honor Loki?
by OneBadAsp October 22, 2006
A powerful feeling of emptiness and isolation; feeling disconnected and alienated from other people.
The first recorded use of the word lonely was by William Shakespeare.

"Loneliness is the worst pain in this world. It constantly eats away the person's heart, and can cause the person to hate, to feel enraged--the same rage and hate that can cause one person to kill another. It is like a wound of the heart; the type of wounds that cannot go away with a kiss or a hug. The only thing that can make this great pain go away is love and compassion, another human heart to pull them out of this hell."- Princess Diana
by OneBadAsp November 03, 2006
1. An expression that means something is wonderful, terrific, or cool.

2. A term for serving a spirit straight, in a glass without any ice or mixers.

3. To be clean, orderly and tidy.
1. That is a really neat car.

2. I like my whiskey neat.

3. James likes to keep a house very neat.
by OneBadAsp October 23, 2006
Oft times used as an insult by Christians against people who don’t worship their god. They tend to confuse Atheism, Paganism and Heathenism. Atheism is of course a lack of belief in any gods. Paganism is an umbrella term for many polytheistic non-Abrahamic religions. Whereas a heathen is one who practices the pre-Christian religion of the ancient Germanic people. They worship the Germanic and Norse gods and goddess’.

Heathens are hard polytheists, meaning they believe each god and goddess is a real and distinct individual not an aspect or archetype of a greater being. Besides the major gods spoken of in the lore, there are also local gods, ancestral spirits, and various sorts of wights. To a heathen reading and understanding one’s heritage is very important, this is why there is such a heavy emphasis placed on reading the sagas. Heathens take their religion very seriously.

Heathens have a very complex idea of the soul and of the afterlife (even though not much emphasis is placed on the here after as is in Christianity). In Norse Mythology humans were created from living and organic matter, not dead earth. The soul is made up of many parts, some that are passed down through the generations, all of which come together in a certain place and time to form a unique person. Some parts of the soul pre-exist this life, some parts continue to live on, and some perish upon death. There are nine worlds in Norse Mythology, Midgard which is Earth, Asgard which is were the Aesir dwell, Hel which is the realm of the dead (not to be confused with the Christian notion of fiery Hell), Ljossalheim (Means Light Elf Home), which is where the demigods and divinized ancestral spirits dwell (these would be the home of elves), Svartalfheim (meaning Dark Elf Home), similar in that ancestral spirits and demigods dwell here as well but has to do more with emotional than intellectual spirits (this would be the home of dwarves), Vanaheim which is where the Vanir dwell, Jotunheim this is where the giants live, and Muspellsheim and Nifelheim are the worlds of fire and ice respectively.

Another concept which makes Heathen’s unique is that of the Wyrd. Basically that you weave your own fate by the actions you take in life. Every action that you take or don’t take effects your wyrd. There is no forgiveness (or sin for that matter), if you wrong someone you must take action to make amends and set what is wrong right.

Many Heathens go by the Nine Noble Virtues which are Hospitality, Courage, Truth, Loyalty, Honor, Self Reliance, Perseverance, and Discipline.
Wicca is a Pagan religion whereas Asatru is Heathen.
by OneBadAsp October 15, 2006

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