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British slang for crazy, short for barking mad.
She wears a cilice? The woman is quite obviously barking.
by RedGecko September 06, 2010
A term for the firing of a weapon(s), usually a gun, that is used commonly in conjunction with the word 'stick' (gun) and has an intimidating, murderous connotation.

It's not to be confused with the place Barking, East London.
If this was us, sticks would be barking on this estate, but they are pussies.
by snhater March 07, 2011
The instantaneous and uncalled-for assumption a female makes directly after a male makes an opinion. Usually delivered loudly, annoyingly, and has no purpose but to give a female a chance to bitch.
Heron: I believe that we could save our o-zone by...
Ajjana: NO YOUR WRONG, YOU KNOW NOTHING ABOUT THE O-ZONE, WE DON"T WANT TO LISTEN TO YOUR FALSE ACCUSATIONS!
Heron:....Stop barking please
by Heron Bay Seagull October 16, 2011
When someone says something in a foreign language and no one understands, can be used when talking to friends. Normally said with an Asian accent
"dude, what are you barking"
by SaintSuckIt December 07, 2015
Voice or Sound produced by someone. Act of produce that sound.
"Hey, the postman is coming, and your dog is barking for him".
by Germano da Cunha Diogo Saffier August 19, 2007
1. When speaking loudly, to a shout, just to get a strangers attention.

2. When speaking loudly in a close or sound sensitive setting. ( vehicle, house, comedy club, etc.. )
barking¹ - HEY BABY WHAT'S YOUR NAME?

barking² - (at a funeral ) HEY WHO WAS THIS BASTARD ANYWAYS?

synonyms: shouting, yelling, screaming
by UnknowableOne June 20, 2016
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