Another word for powerful love, unconditional love that never dies
Love makes you want to jump from the empire state building, screaming the whole way down. I don't even call it "love" i call it Geronimo
1. exclamation or cheer, with suicidal tendancies; synonyms: banzai
, here goes, wooo, oh crap
2. possibly from Chiricahua Apache leader's name, who was against the U.S. government and raided Mexican and American settlements in 1876-1886.
GERONIMO!!! *jumps out window*
A prominent male leader will fight against anyone who tries to harm his family, disrespect him or steel from him. He is also someone who takes necessary risks to defend what is his and what he believes in.
Don't cross Geronimo or history will repeat itself.
What one girl says to another if her tampon string is showing, especially if she is in a bikini on the beach, or is a stripper in a skimpy outfit. Refers to the tampon string sticking out like a parachuter's ripcord. This alerts the girl of her embarrassing predicament without saying something truly embarrassing such as 'Tampon String Alert'! It is also the girlie warning equivalent of a guy saying 'XYZ' to a guy, meaning Examine Your Zipper (cuz it's down).
Girl to another girl on the beach: Um Geronimo!
Another girl: OMG no! (Throws a towel over her bikini bottom and makes a quick adjustment to hide the string)
1. An exclamation of confirmation of success.
2. "Mission accomplished."
Popularized by the assassination of Osama bin Laden by the Navy SEAL Team Six, otherwise known as "Operation Geronimo." When Osama bin Laden had been successfully assassinated, the code-word "geronimo" was given to President Barack Obama, who was monitoring the operation in real-time in Washington D.C., to confirm mission success.
White guy: "Did you have intercourse with that pulchritudinous
female last night?"
Black guy: "Yea nigga
, tapped that shit. Geronimo."
Navy SEAL Team Five: "How'd it go?"
Navy SEAL Team Six: "Geronimo."
A bet placed by Paratroopers in the original US ARMY Airborne Company; could they say "Geronimo" while exiting the aircraft?
To leave or to bail-out from a bad situation. Taken from the parachuting term ("Gerrrrronnimmmooooo ! ! !") when jumping out of an airplane.
I had to Geronimo the I-90 on the way in today, it was backed-up for miles.