To polish, especially polish shoes
Go back home and kiwi your boots!
by UncleBen168 April 30, 2014
someone that is huggable, dorky, sweet, or just plain adorable.
that new guy is just like a kiwi!
by MMVanWyn November 06, 2010
colloquial name for the New Zealand dollar.
The Kiwi is up one cent against the greenback.
by lcmortensen June 06, 2010
A furry fruit in dire need of a shaving.
Wait, don't eat that kiwi. Let me shave it for you first.
by lizzi May 19, 2005
Slang term usually used by New Zealanders. This word means New Zealander.
"Im a kiwi and we invented pavlova"
by Kiwi #1 March 28, 2014
A small flightless bird native of New Zealand, also a name given to anyone born in New Zealand, which is located Just right to Australia, in fact they are like Australia's little snot nosed brother. Australia and New Zealand have fought hard against each other on the sporting field and even harder together as allies in times of conflict, together they are unbeatable, together they are stoic, together they are one, together they are the ANZACS (despite the under arm bowling, which Dougie Walters proved was an easy hit ).

Aussies don't like being called kiwis and Kiwis don't like to be called Aussies. But when push comes to shove, they will stand shoulder to shoulder with the Southern cross above them.

If you talk to a kiwi you will note that they have 1 less vowel than everyone else. They can't say fish, its fush, they can't say six, its sux, they can't say chips, its chups, they are not from NZ, they are from UnZed.
An Aussie is driving in New Zealand and notices someone shagging a sheep by the roadside. The Aussie stops and says 'hey mate, over in Oz we shear them', The kiwi stops, looks up indignantly and says 'Im not sharing her with no-one cuz'.
by MrMopar July 23, 2014
Really happy Fruit
Who always makes you smile
hates orange but loves carrots
by Jelly101 November 23, 2011

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