A versatile noun and sometimes adjective that has nothing to do with the actress Judy Dench, but whose image is inevitable upon use of this word, making it relative to the actress and all of her qualities. Its primary use in context is as an insult and more common as the act of being a dench or dench-like. Typically dench is used to insult one person, preferably a close friend, however, make sure it is not overused in a short period of time. If said correctly, the emphasis is focused on the last few letters of the word. Since the term is an insult and comes off as one, the idea that you might be like Judy Dench while not really knowing what it means to be a Dench, makes this word one of a kind.
"Stop being such a dench..."
"You look like a denchy pirate hooker."
"....oh yeah, well you're a dench." -used as a comeback.
Another meaning for "sick" or nice.
if something is well dench u can say that is well judi dench
That was dench bruvaaaaa
look at her saaaaaaaan she is well judi dench
'Man from Denmark'. 'Viking'
An experienced genealogist with the surname 'Dench', and some considerable research in this exact question.
The meaning of the word today, is still no different from that of its original use.
The Vikings that frequented the British Isles's past, were a far larger and stronger specimen, compared to those of the native inhabitants. Their fighting style, spirit and berserker rage in the face of overwhelming odds, made them men of renown, historically hired by Kings throughout Britain, to settle differences in times of war.
Co-coincident'ch'ly - Today's terms of;
'sick' , 'amazing' , 'cool' , 'huge' , 'big' , 'well executed' , 'seeming to be able to run through walls',
is similar to the way the Vikings were perceived with their feats of strength, battle and bravery, augmented with presence and rage.
In fact even the qouted
"When man gets punched in the face: You say "Thass denchhhh!!"
Could have been the sound of a commonly used alarm.
"The alarm 'DENCH!' (Men from Demark) is raised by the watchman as the first of the invading Vikings, sinks his axe into the head of the other sentry."
A slang word for big
BLUD DAT BURGENS DENCH
over-used term (in the south of the UK at least) coined recently by some rapper dude on a radio show
actually means fuck all and is an attempt to move away from 'real' terms such as 'cool'
"that manoeuvre was dench blud"
"that manoeuvre was very cool and well executed"
Meaning a person that has the ability to run through walls
''I always knew you were a Dench''
The most vile, musky scent that comes from the male genitalia. "Dick-stench"
Flynn: Eww what is that smell?
Harold: It smells like old avocados grinded up with diarrhea.
Flynn: Ugh I think its from that sand nigger over there
Harold: That's some serious Dench
a) VERB. to 'dench' something is to steal or borrow an item of clothing.
b) to have been 'denched' means to have had an item of clothing borrowed or stolen from you.
'Can i dench your shirt?'
A: 'He's denched my trousers!!'
B: 'You've been denched'