where thugs rome the streets and the city that where u make a wrong turn u could get ya head chopped off so rich people stop movein here tryin to rebuild our hoods this is a city where u could be a king pin one day then a dead man the next puttin on for 49gd folk nation st8 outta suger creek
rich people: welcome family to our new home

real niggas: pop pop pop skerrrrrttttt

rich people: im diein like a bitch nigga

stay the fuck outta queen city bitch niggas
by themostfamouspurpledrinkinnc June 07, 2010
Charlotte, the largest and most populous city in North Carolina.
Yeah, I'm from the Queen City, born and raised.
by LOW January 12, 2004
Cincinnati,
originally called the Queen City in the early 1800's. First known to be written in 1826 by Benjamin Drake and Edward Mansfield in their book 'Cincinnati'. Nickname became synonymous world-wide with the city of Cincinnati in 1854 by poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow whose poem 'Catawba Wine' memoralizes Cincinnati's vineyards and at the end of which he refers to the city as the "Queen of the West".
Cincinnati is the Queen of the West.

The Red, Bengals and Bearcats play in the Queen City.
by famousbill November 27, 2007
Cincinnati
During the first forty years after its founding, Cincinnati experienced spectacular growth. By 1820, citizens, extremely proud of their city, were referring to it as The Queen City or The Queen of the West.

Cincinnati called the Queen of the West. also called the blue chip city, city of seven hills, porkopolis, cincy and nati.
the Queen City also known as Queen of the West. On May 4, 1819, B. Cooke wrote in the Inquisitor and Cincinnati Advertiser, "The City is, indeed, justly styled the fair Queen of the West: distinquished for order, enterprise, public spirit, and liberality, she stands the wonder of an admiring world." In 1854, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote his poem, Catawba Wine, to memorialize the city's vineyards, especially those of Nicholas Longworth. The last stanza of the poem reads:

"And this Song of the Vine,
This greeting of mine,
The winds and the birds shall deliver,
To the Queen of the West,
In her garlands dressed,
On the banks of the Beautiful River."
by famousbill November 12, 2007
Nickname for Buffalo, NY. Originally called Queen City for being the largest and most prosperous city along the Great Lakes in the end of the 1800's to the beginning of the 1900's, it was at one point the second largest trade port in the North after NYC. Buffalo's original downfall from prosperity came with the diminished use of the Erie Canal.
Buffalo was the Queen City of America at the turn of the century.
by missshortstuff May 22, 2006
Queen City is the nickname for Cincinnati because it is the biggest city along the Ohio River
shoutout to all the people at WHHS
by nESPO August 26, 2004

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