Newton, or Newt for short, is a name commonly associated with a baby who is too white to be given a black name, but too black to be given a white name.

For the most part, a Newt will have a very strange sense of style and for some reason be obsessed with something ridiculus like plaid shorts.
Be sure to be careful if you ever come across one at a beer pong table, because he has no idea that his elbow is going over the table when he shoots. Genetic research has come to blame this "Elbow Unawarness Disorder" as E.U.D, and has been seen in more and more cities over the last few years.
"Dude, learn how to fucking play the game, your acting like a Newt!"

"If you were any whiter I would have to start calling you Newt."
by D19D87 April 16, 2010
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A term used maliciously by stuck-up, arrogant, ingnorant jerks from the South and West Sides of Springfield, Illinois to describe their stereotyped veiw of residents of the Northend. Generally, the term is not true. The term stems from the fact that the people on the South and West Sides are GENERALY stuck-up, conceded rich bastards and trust-fund babies (or about as close as they can get in Springfield)and they wish to be-little those that don't have as much money as they do. The reasoning (in my opinion) for this name-calling is because the so-called NEWTS don't seem to care that the Southenders and West Siders are more affluent and well-off financially.
The term NEWT is usually meant to be offensive but many North Enders ussually laugh off or ignore the term, some acctully embrace the term.
There is also a term for West Enders: WEB, or West End Bitch/Bastard
by northendwhitetrash January 23, 2007
Something that witches turn humans into, however the humans will eventually get better.
What makes you think she is a witch?
Well, She turned me into a newt!
A newt?
...
...
I got better.
by the real master of puppets July 19, 2009
a word that originates in Springfield Illinois describing the people who reside on the north side of town, went to Lanphier high school, and are uneducated, dimwitted, nascar watching dirtbags. North End White Trash
joe dirt/ dale earnhart/kid rock
by jfman January 04, 2005
Exams taken by Hogwarts students in their seventh year
I got five NEWTs
by Ashley88888888888888888888 January 29, 2009
NOT a lizard. Not even a reptile. In fact, it is a mostly aquatic amphibian closely related to salamanders and axolotls. Newts are predatory and like to eat aquatic worms, that can be ordered from Carolina Biological Supply (for you biologists out there.) A newt hatches from the egg with gills, but metamorphoses within the first few months of its life. Once a newt has metamorphosed, it may come out on land, but often will spend most of its time in the water. This depends on the species.
Alpine newts, gold-dust newts, firebelly newts, marbled newts, red-spotted newts, crested newts
by Ukulelelike July 05, 2012
Small animal that has the power to run at a super-sonic speed.
Damn that newt is fast.
by Jack May 08, 2003
Noun. He's a character from the popular series "The Maze Runner." By James Dashner. He is named after Issac Newton, the man who discovered Gravity. In the book he is described as tall blonde and muscular with a limp which is later brought back up again in "The Death Cure." Played by Thomas Brodie- Sangster in the blockbuster film with Dylan O'brien, he has an English accent and throws the word "bloody" into places where is sometimes doesn't belong. Newt is a crucial character to the plot in every single book. He was one of the origanl gladers in the maze and works in the garden. He doesn't like going against any of the rules set by Alby, who assinged him to be in charge when he isn't around.
"Oh my god! I'm reading the maze runner books now! They are so good!"

"Really? Who's your favourite character?"

"Newt."

**sobs on floor**
by mishaaaaaaaaa July 01, 2015

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