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16.
Son
A word commonly used to describe a person that has recently been beaten in a sport, board game, yo-mama-off, etc. It can be used as a derogatory term to a person with less skiznills then the user. Usually a forced push of the hand and forearms into the area above the head, and a swing forward of the upper torso and head are added to the saying of the word.
Enus and Mac were playing a game of where to hide the golf ball. Enus had won the game and said "Yea Son!"
by Left_em_wantin_moore February 05, 2010
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1.
son
1) a close friend
2) used as an acceptable international greeting of a person whos name is unknown to you or one of which you have forgotten
1) "wassup son!"
2) "wassup son."
by The Raven July 15, 2003
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2.
son
the east coast equivalent of homie, mainly used in new york
yo wat up son? hold it down
by kickak March 08, 2005
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3.
son
Can be used to:
1. Address a friend
2. Talk down to someone
1. Oh shit son! That G is about to cap you with his four-four. You better run son!
2.Son, your ass just got beat by this heat I have under my hood. Pay up bitch.
by JTizzle July 03, 2004
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4.
son
1) A term of endearment for someone, usually a friend. Mostly refers to a male, but sometimes female.

2) Also sometimes used to show your anger or displeasure at someone.
I need your help, son!

Son, watch yo mouth, yer gonna get a cap in yer ass.
by Vyxen November 23, 2004
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5.
Son
Friendly inclusive pronoun.
or
Derogatory pronoun, implying inferiority.
"Whats up, Son."
or
"I feel bad for you Son."
by J M Z December 02, 2006
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6.
son
term used among guys to call each other
Yo son you need to chill on that
by Dawn June 15, 2002
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7.
son
1. term of endearment to a male friend.

2. derogatory term used to emphasize that the other person, may or may not be a friend, is on a level lower than your own.
1. let's chill in my crib son.

2. A BG says: After I’m done with school my first job will be CEO of Microsoft.
An OG sets the record straight: What color is the sky in your world, son?
by Arpi J September 29, 2006
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