Put simply: One's ability (or lack thereof) to dance.

Almost always embodied by afro's, much more so in whites nowadays.

Dance the same, gotta do your thang..
..He got soul..
by Socialcommentary2000 April 16, 2004
An intangible imprint of your body in a virtual world.
I'm taking a few days off work for some soul searching.
by Dewey Decimal Kid July 24, 2006
Technically: a religious concept of an immortal individual conciousness, the mind superimposed on an invisible and supposedly indestructible and universal substance called "spirit."
Colloquially: authenticity, style, or passion. Used almost exclusively in expressions similar to "he's got soul," often used to refer to individual (e.g. improvisational) expression in music styles such as jazz.
Also, a harmonically simple, often syncopated, style of music made by black people such as James Brown, usually played by small groups, though occasionally involving horn sections, related to funk and rock and always having vocals. This music is claimed to embody the above characteristic.
Yngwie Malmsteen, while technically skilled, has no soul whatsoever.
by jazzriff October 10, 2005
Something that is immortal.
People are so afraid of death that they have to think that they are immortal. They call this immortality a soul. You don't have a soul. Get real!
by GodlessAnarchist December 08, 2009
A graffiti artist from mostly Jackson Michigan,thats just beginning to get up.
I seen some of Mr.SouL's throwies the other day, its getting better and better everytime see it!
by Sir.Davey October 16, 2010
(Israeli Slang): 1. An adjective for a person, describing intimacy or closeness, or just affection.
2. A word used to refer to people from whom you have no distance. A person on the street, but not someone of authority.
I love you, my soul.

Soul, pass me the sugar!

Soul, please clean the mess you made in the toilet room.

Soul, go away from here, before I get on you!
by Yashi and Lilac May 21, 2005
a rollerblading grind in which (for a right handed person) the right foot is locked on to the edge of a curb, rail, etc. and the left has the arch perpendicular to the right foot. the h-block (center grind block) of the left is on the curb, rail, etc.
that was a TYT soul grind.
by nichole December 29, 2003
Free Daily Email

Type your email address below to get our free Urban Word of the Day every morning!

Emails are sent from daily@urbandictionary.com. We'll never spam you.

×