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9.
A former maryland roller blader. Who was one of a few skaters that tore up a a small skating rink in columbia. At that time at the age of 13 he was going to go places until one day he disappered. Years laterat the rink he use to proform, the owner walked in the rink floor and was shocked to see someone wrote on the flooor in bold red paint KILO WAS HERE. Now all over maryland poeple write KILO WAS HERE or KILO IS HERE in bathrooms, pool halls, skate parks and rinks.
Kilo was here and lives!!!
by jim hillman September 05, 2006
 
1.
All around the world today, a kilo is a measure.
A kilo is one thousand grams, easy to remember.
by Scooter4 June 06, 2006
 
2.
an axe scent
used in math means 1000
2.2 lbs of cocaine
1 kilogram is 1000 grams
by ck May 06, 2005
 
3.
Short for the unit of measurement, kilogram(s). Often used in the dealing of drugs to state the amount. Usually used in the dealing of cocaine or other drugs that come in a powdered form.

The plural form is kilos.
"I just bought a kilo of cocaine." (Singular)

"My dealer has 10 kilos waiting for us!" (Plural)
by IceWarm June 21, 2004
 
4.
If we're not taling computers, then it's got a small k and means a thousand of whatever follows, eg 1 km = 1000 m, 1 kg = 1000 g etc.

If we are talking about computers or other binary systems, then it refers to 1024 times, and it gets a capital K, e.g 1 Kb = 1024 b, 4KB = 4096 B etc.

Honest, confusing but true.
by mistweb October 13, 2003
 
5.
An absolute G that you would never want to mess with that everyone loves to have around.

2.2 pounds of some shit that puts a smile on everyones face =]
unwise kid: That kid is an absolute Kilo! He thinks he's such a G tho ima talk to this dude.

wise kid: HA! thats his name first of all and second of all hes 2G4U
by ProDG May 31, 2009
 
6.
A dead dog whom of which was feasted on by coyetes
Hey connor kilo got feasted upon by coyotes.
by micheaedfdjfbbf September 06, 2010
 
7.
2.2 lbs of cocaine
"hey you have the kilo?"
by lauren August 31, 2003