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3.
The general way to describe a beat too almost any rave song.
Guy: Did you hear that pimping song last night?
Girl: Which one?
Guy: That one that was like unts unts unts unts unts
Girl: Yeah, totally loved that one!
by TrueRaver May 21, 2011
 
1.
The universal correct spelling of the "Party Boy" sound.

Commonly used to describe the sound in a text message to avoid confusion and questions.
"unts.. unts.. unts.. unts.. unts.. unts. whoot.. whoot.. unts.. unts.."
by Hitman 4-7 (nhoffer) April 15, 2009
 
2.
Unt
An adjective used to describe a foolish or stupid person. It may sometimes be used in a serious context but is generally utilized as a playful insult. It is aslo a "politically correct" way of calling someone a "retard". The word came into useage by way of a lyric in an Ian Erix song and is reportedly an acronym for Un-Non-Tard ("Tard" having been derived from the word "Retard").
Oh my G-d, you've never heard of urbandictionary.com??? You are such an unt!!!

She's the biggest unt...she would lose her head if it wasn't attached to her shoulders!
by PJ Stark January 31, 2009
 
4.
a beatboxing sound made by dropping the adams aplle and expelling forward
Party bOY!! un-ts un-ts
by Johnathan the poignant May 29, 2005
 
5.
unt
this is a less ofensive way of calling some one a cunt
shut up u chav unt,
*Chav runs off*
by devious devil March 24, 2006
 
6.
A short grunt-like shout directed at someone (usually from a distance) who has very recently done something embarrassing. ie: Tripping over.
Bill: Jamie's quite good at basketball, isn't he?
Fred: Yeah, he is pretty good, wish i had that skill. I really admire him.
(Jamie trips over while trying to take the ball from someone)
Fred and Bill in unison: Unt!
by Delfinator March 04, 2009
 
7.
UNT
This is an excuse used to get out of anything work related in North Texas.
1.
(Taking the call in at work from an employee named Mike)

Receptionist: Hello, Thanks for calling Initech, how may I direct your call.

Mike: Hey this is Mike, I won't be coming in today because I'll be out at UNT on an install. Could you put the word out that I'm at UNT?

Receptionist: (rolling her eyes) Yes, I'll tell everyone at work that you're out at UNT for the day. (hangs up).

2. Email from receptionist: Mike just called, he'll be in around noon. Out at UNT, troubleshooting some equipment.
by Luther Slick August 20, 2008