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5.
A DC comics superhero with the amazing ability to breath underwater and talk...to...fish...
Aquaman:I'm sorry wonderwoman, my ability to talk to fish is of no use to us now.
Wonderwoman:No shit, fish-boy!
by Jay C October 04, 2003
 
1.
A comic superhero with the powers to swim, breath under water, and talk to fish. He helps save drowning women and fights ocean pollution. He will never be made into movie, be noticed, or get readership.
"Quick Aquaman, the city's in trouble, go swim to Batman's beach house and get him to help!"
by Dan Copulsky May 08, 2005
 
2.
Probably the most useless superhero for the Superfriends. He uses his powers to talk to fish.

Adult Swim, however, helped his career by, long ago, having him stand in front of a group of people and shake his booty. He was also interviewed on Cartoon Network and he explained his ability to communicate with sealife.
"*voice of the announcer-slash-narrator of the Justice Friends* using his telepathic powers Aquaman summons a can of sardines; buh-buh-buh-buh-buh-buh-buh-buh-buh (that's the sound of his telepathic waves)..."
-Frank Caliento (spelling?), from a skit in Bob & Tom, ripping on Aquaman
by Dave March 30, 2004
 
3.
To make a chick wet.
Man 1. Look at that bitch over there! She hot
Man 2. Yeah she fine as fuck, Ima holla at her
Man 3. Fuck outta here, Ima take her behind the club and Aqua Man that hoe
by Munny August 22, 2007
 
4.
The same as the "Motorboat" except downtown. When a guy goes down on a woman for sexual pleasure. A.k.a The "Downtown Motorboat", "Scuba Kitty", and "Southern Motorboat".
Lastnight I did the "Aquaman" on my woman.
by Matt Damele July 18, 2006
 
6.
Simply the most useless superhero ever. He talks to fish and attempted to put out a fire burning on water, and managed to flood new york.
Aquaman, Aquaman
Look over there, its Aquaman
Swims real fast
Talks to Fish
cook him up
Tasty Dish
Oh yeah, its the Aquaman
by Jsmart September 17, 2007
 
7.
Aquaman: Michael Phelps, isnt even human
by Cherry-Vanilla September 01, 2008