1. With accent, "he" pronoun in Spanish.
2. Without accent, masculine article in Spanish.
3. Chicago elevated rail (subway) system
4. Any elevated subway
I live in Chicago, and ride to El to work.
AS indicated,a blunt..But specifically rolled from the wrapper of a store bought El Producto cigar
Yo spark up that el
Chicago's mass transit system. Its both elevated (hence where the name EL stems from) and subway. best damn train system in the US.
im takin the El to get to class
Stands for Easy Life. Can be used as any form of speech. Coasting through life with not a worry in the world. Also, means taking the path of least resistance or just sitting around being lazy.
I made a decision...to live the EL!
Joe, you're quite possibly the biggest EL I have ever seen!
Yeah, I am just going home to EL and play some Xbox.
Precedent of any noun in mock Spanish.
Open el door-o, would you?
phillys elevated rail system. above ground from bridge and pratt to spring garden, below from 2nd street to somewhere in west philly where it goes above ground until 69th street
i took the el to work yesterday and a smelly ass old man sat next to me.
An archaic name for God. Approximately means "the One," but is so ancient a term that it is always understood to mean God. Appears in different forms, including, El Elyon (God Most High), El Shaddai (God Almighty), etc.
El Shaddai, El Shaddai, El-Elyo na Adonai