A person who lives in the Pine Barrens of Southern New Jersey and is given to wearing unbuttoned flannel shirts with Lynyrd Skynyrd or Molly Hatchet tour shirts underneath. Most frequently sited in Southern Ocean County and environs. Known for yelling, "Freebird!" whenever they are in the audience at a live concert in the hope that there are other Skynyrd fans there that they can hook up with to drink beer and fight with later. To date, no band has actually ever played Freebird at the request of a Piney.
There's a bunch of pineys partyin' up at the forge tonight.
Southern New Jersey term for locals with a long history of living in the area-the "originals" some say. Direct decendants of the orginals families that settled the area. Many Piney have made a living off of the land by farming and hunting or off the water by claming, fishing. Some have been boat builders and wood carvers. Many have participated in the local blue grass music scene. Part of a rich historical tradition not understood or respected by some arrogant newcommers. I was a "city slicker" 40 years ago but those of us who respected the locals assimilated better. Pineys have plenty of reasons to be proud.
In the local cemeteries you will find generations of Piney family graves.
in it's simplest, least derogatory form, used as a general description of anyone who lives west of Route 9.
Oh yeah, he's a piney!
1) In the least mean form it is a synonym for Hill Billy
2) People who live in trailers in the middle of the Pine Barrens.
Oh yeah, that dude is a Piney look at his teeth. I can even smell the stench of moonshine on his breath.
Synonym for feeling clean and/or having a fresh or pleasant smell
"I just got out of the shower. I feel all shiny and piney now!" ^_^
A term loosely used to reference being under the influence of marijuana. Originally coined in 2006 by Humboldt County hip hop artist Hurbl - D in his debut song, "Slowly"
"Slowly, down the block, the herbs got me so piney, got my eyes so tiny."
A in-bread, bearded, backwoods, dirty faced hick native to the Pine Barrons of Southern New Jersey.
Look Ma that Piney ain't got no teeth.