Nintendo DS, a new line for Nintendo handhelds running side by side with their current Gameboy not replacing. Nintendo DS was relased on November 21st 2004 in North America, and has done more than well since then striking up tons of sales in both foreign countrys and here. Wi-fi was not seen untill a year later, upon the relase of the upcoming Mario Kart DS, and Animal Crossing DS. It offers a free online plan, and has two screens Dual Screen (DS). Nintendo DS has several different colors, and many more to come. Nintendo DS sports a huge, and plentfull lines of highly annticpated titles such as.

Mario Kart DS, Pheniox Wright, Truama Center, Castlevania, Nintendogs, Mario Basketball, Animal Crossing, Biohazard (Resident Evil), Xenosaga, Baten Kaitos, Jump Superstars, Final Fantasy III, Zelda DS, Mario 64 DS, Trace Memory, Advance Wars DS, Sonic Rush, Marvel Nemsis, Metorid Prime Hunters, Sonic Rush, Tony Hawk American sk8land, snowboard kids, dbz, Metorid Pinball, Band Brothers, Viewtfull Joe DS, New Super Mario Bros....And much more.

Nintendo DS, has a huge variety of third party companys working for them, and a future filled with a new online plan, coming november 2005. Nintendo DS's bottom screen is a touch screen, and the system sports 3d graphics. It has built in wireless play, download play, and pictochat, and can play GBA titles. And can even play music, movies, and have images with the purchase of play-yan (import).
"Nintendo DS...Touching Is Good"
by Mr. Triumph October 08, 2005
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short for Dayton rims
homie1: Damn nigga, look at that 64' on D's
homie2: Aw shit! im bout to hit a mothafuckin lick on that nigga
by Avin March 05, 2005
Dayton Rims. Easilly spotted by the gold spoked rims but there are other styles.
Rich Boy: "Just bought a Cadillac, put some D's on that b*tch"
by biggBen November 24, 2006
Deadstock. Usually referring to shoes; a pair of shoes is considered deadstock when it has never been worn or even tried on. Originally meaning "discontinued style," the term has evolved into a different meaning.
VDS- very deadstock
NDS- near deadstock
VNDS... and so on
should I buy those on ebay? they look ds to me
by bobby darin December 14, 2005
The newest handheld from Nintendo seen as Nintedo's answer to Sony's PSP, not the next in the Gameboy series. Has two screens, can display 3D, visuals has Wi-Fi capabilities and the bottom screen is touch sensitive. Is compatible with Gameboy Advanced games but not Gameboy/Gameboy Colour games. see: Nintendo DS
The Nintendo DS will compete with the PSP for supremacy in the handheld market.
by Pseudonym November 17, 2004
The popular rims which were used in the 90's. Daytons (Known for spoked or whired wheels).
Mentioned in rap songs by Mobile, Alabama native Rich Boy, and Dem Franchize Boyz - Ridin Rims."We stopped ridin d's in 99"
by Marco "AmP" Restrepo June 09, 2006
An astonishing, innovative handheld developed by Nintendo which combines and integrates concepts from a PDA and previous handhelds to produce a new method of playing games.

The system houses a dual set of screens, with one being standard LCD and one touch-sensitive and also has a built-in microphone and Wi-Fi capabilities.

It is often rejected by those overly concerned with the glitz and glamour of multi-functionality over creativity, although many are unaware that it is compatible with the inexpensive GBA player device, which allows it to play audio and video files and read e-books.
Informed Gamer: Who cares about a hundred pointless media features (when there are half a dozen portable media players on the market) when I can interact with games like never before on my DS?
by Reju January 03, 2006
"D's" pronounced (dee's). Early in the words meaning, "D's", "Dubs", and "44's"four-fò's were all references to the number 22, which in the late 90's and later refers to automobile wheel (or "rim") diameter. 22" is 6 to 10 inches larger than the average rim diameter. This extra margin of length provides external reference to person's wealth. Later, "dub's" or "d's" evolved simply as a reference to oversized wheel diameters. Diameters currently span as large as 40" in the continuing effort for individuals to show marginal length over the common man. This is consistent with the historical recurring theme that wealth can be measured by quality or size of wheels. Interestingly during the 1990's and late 1980's trends began with undersized rims, spanning from 8" to 10" total diameter. Reasons for this change are unknown. In the song "throw some D's" they discuss the apogee of ghetto prestige by showing that Richboy, the singer of said song, is able to obtain whatever wheels he so desires. Further other people should be so lucky as to achieve his socioeconomic stature.
"Throw some D's (on that cad)"
by Christiaan Best April 12, 2007
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