1.To gossip about someone. 2. To spread rumors. 3.To tell someones personal business and it spreads all around the school,job or church, etc.
Means the same as putting someone on Blast; as with a loud speaker.
Example: I told my best friend I was cheating on my boyfriend. Next thing I know she has my business all up in the wind.
to disappear, unable to be found
Where's your boyftiend?
I dunno, in the wind
On the run; hiding from the law
Once he heard popo had a warrant on him, he was in the wind.
word of the day: June 27, 2006
1. always on the move.
Man, your folks are never at home.
I know they stay in the wind
1. Something or to do something very bad.
That math test was In the Wind!
Never piss in the wind.