A verbal mistake that is thought to reveal an unconscious belief, thought, or emotion.
when someone tottaly fine walks by and you think "damn, they are hot" ot whatever, and accidentally say it out loud. Freudian slip.
by tawnisue May 17, 2005
A Freudian slip, named after famous psycho-analyst Sigmund Freud, is when one is speaking, and accidentally inserts a word on one's subconcious mind in place of another penis.
"Amy, please pass the wild bisexual sado-masochistic sex orgy."
A slip of the tongue in which a word that the speaker was subconsciously thinking about is substituted for the one that he or she meant to say.
"For seven and a half years I've worked alongside President Reagan. We've had triumphs. Made some mistakes. We've had some sex... uh... setbacks." -A Freudian slip by President George H.W. Bush
by Jario777 May 12, 2009
It's when you say one thing, but mean your mother.
A patient says, "Doctor, last night I made a Freudian slip, I was having dinner with my mother-in-law and wanted to say: 'Could you please pass the butter?'

"But instead I said: 'You silly cow, you have completely ruined my life.'"
by chipperspragish October 30, 2003
A Freudian slip is when a person has a slip of the tongue, where they say one thing, but mean another. Named after Sigmund Freud who was a medical doctor, physiologist, and psychologist.
While watching a commercial advertising a laundry detergent, Lenny asks his girlfriend to pass him the phone, but instead, he says, "Babe, can you pass me the soap?"
by Alden Myrerin April 02, 2005
1. A verbal or written flub-up in which one says what one really meant, rather than what one meant to say, by accidentally adding or subtracting a word or substituting a similar word that means something that indicates what one really thinks. The phenomenon is named after Sigmund Freud, who first described it.

2. Sigmund Freud in exhibitionistic drag.
1. I didn't mean to say the math teacher was fat. It was only a Freudian slip that I said her triangle had a hippopotamus when I meant to say hypotenuse.

2. No RL example known. If you do see it, snap that Kodak moment and post it.
by Downstrike January 29, 2006
A typo, misspelling, or slip of the tongue of which is thought to reveal a hidden subconscious emotion.
Examples of a Freudian Slip:

Typo: I like Dick. (I like Rick)
Misspelling: I wish you were her. (I wish you were here)
Slip of the tongue: *Gets slapped by his wife* "Cow!" (Ow!)
by ArrantlyArrant March 07, 2010
Freudian slip means you accidentally reaveal the truth. Your subconcious mind makes u perform a action you didn't want to reaveal to someone.May be your brains way of setting a destiny that you thought only you could control the outcome of. A person may reaveal something subconsiously they want to keep conciously secret by preforming a reaction to a particullar situation. A fruedian slip can be perfomed verbally, memory, and/or physically to accidentally reveal the truth.In other words you accidentaly reaveal your secret thoughts, memory, or actions to ensure your possibly predetermend future.
A person performs a freudian slip to cause a reaction that will ensure a subconciously desired destiny.
by CrystalSky2 December 28, 2008

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