4 definitions by sadi ranson-polizzotti

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1. To make a left-hand turn at the end of a road. This can be used either driving or walking. Origin unknown - likely early New York City.
"As they neared the end of the road he said to her, 'We need to hang a Louie here' and they turned left."
by sadi ranson-polizzotti January 11, 2009
French word for stubborn, also in other languages, Italian for example, would be "capadura". Means hard-headed, headstrong, willful, obstinate, stubborn. Can be used to mean deliberately willful
He is so têtu that it is impossible to get him to budge on anything: it's his way or the highway!
by sadi ranson-polizzotti January 10, 2009
a momentary lapse of thought in an individual, generally between the ages of forty to sixty-years-old or so: a brief aphasia when one cannot think of what to say or the right word for a thing, or has a momentary lapse of memory. 2. To draw a blank.
"Damn - I knew exactly what it was a minute ago, then it slipped away from me: Forgive me: I'm having a pre-senior moment."
by sadi ranson-polizzotti January 10, 2009
American slang term, means to turn right. 2. Make a right-hand turn. 3. To turn the corner at the right on foot or car (can be used either driving or walking).
"As we were walking down the street, we got to the end and he said, 'Hang a Frankie here'" and we turned right."
by sadi ranson-polizzotti January 11, 2009

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