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Q
Due to its position in the English alphabet between P and R, Q has arisen as a term for measure of appearance to the public. Q could be a measure of popularity or relationships with other people.
You have to check your agent with your Q. I heard people aren't liking you.
by Mister Black2U May 02, 2010

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1.
Q
What ghetto people use when typing to replace "g".
I'm qoinq out later and qettinq drunkk as hell and smokinq crack cause im a niqqa.
by jmck929 April 25, 2010
 
2.
Q
fact "Q" is the only letter that does not appear in any of the names of the 50 states in america.
(but a 51 star flag has been designed in case of a 51st state actually ever joining the union:)
texas boy:,"why are there no q's in america?"
daddy:"There ain't no 'Q'ueer in cowboy and I don't care for anyone suggesting there is."

by mohair May 07, 2007
 
3.
Q
A Quarter of one ounce, about seven grams.
Do you have any of that leb hash left? I could do with a q if possible.
by Dan Fox June 27, 2003
 
4.
Q
1. The bald, old scientist in the James Bond movies who always had the coolest inventions but none of the girls. 2. A hi-tech nerd with no game.
Nate Byrne is the ultimate Q.
by Ryan April 14, 2004
 
5.
Q
Powerful foe from Star Trek.
by Eddy May 24, 2003
 
6.
Q
a O with a fancy tail
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by walkinonsunshin23 February 19, 2010
 
7.
Q
An alien in the Star Trek universe. He is omnipotent and can make items (and even people) appear and disappear just by snapping his fingers. He is fascinated by humans, especially Captains Jean-Luc Picard and Kathryn Janeway
Q: Ah, mon capitaine!
Picard: Q! What the hell are you doing here?
by Captain Jean-Luc Picard January 09, 2007