1.something you wear on your foot
2.the trunk of your car
3.your buddy
4.your cat
5.a boy named boo
6.your double bubble
7.a suffix used to provide absolutely no new information to the word
8.add a- to the front and you get a canadian word
9.to get rid of something or someone
10.a word you can substitute for any other word and it won't make sense but that's ok
11.another way of saying boat
1.i put on my gata boot.
2.i put my gata boot in my boot and quickly drove off.
3."hey boot, how you?"
4."i haven't seen boot in more than a week now."
5."i haven't seen boot in not long enough."
6."you have a fantastic boot!"
7.the bus-boot is late.
8."i know what this is aboot."
9.he cried as she booted him out of her apartment-boot.
10.a boot will come along one boot and will be the boot boot for you.
11.as ayla was scootin' aboot one day with no boots to talk to, she realized she had a boot to catch, so she gave her long-haired boot a bath, said hey to boot, put on her gata boot, booted her luggage-boot in her boot, and drove her fat, white boot down to the dock before the boot booted off.
by BOOT! July 29, 2004
To vomit.
I straight drank to much tequilla, i have to boot!
by Studtaco March 26, 2003
(n)(v)Military term: 1. Used to describe someone who is right out of boot camp and or their MOS school; 2. one who is unexperienced; 3. usually the target of hazing; 4. One who is still stuck in boot camp mode.
"We just got a fresh shipment of boots in our victor unit yesterday. Let's give them a warm infantry welcome!"

"You still put your cover in your cargo pocket? You boot!"

"We don't care what your drill instructor said!"
by bivouac June 01, 2005
The purplish monkey on Dora the Explorer, a kids show on Nick Jr. with questionable content. Why a monkey chooses companionship with a four-year-old hispanic girl who's always tripping on shrooms beats me.
Pfft. Go to the example in Dora the Explorer.
by Leiko October 07, 2004
A person whom purchases alcohol and/or other adult items for minors. short for bootleg.
we need to get a boot!
In Jamican dialect, it is used to refer to a condom.
no boots, no ride!
by yamman1989 September 04, 2008
extra, used instead of mad
instead of "That shirt is mad hot."
"That shirt is hot boots."
by cutie boots July 23, 2005
To throw up. Most commonly associated with excessive ingestion. Throwing up when you have the flu would not be booting. Throwing up after eating or drinking too much would be.
1) My ex-girlfriend booted all over herself at her birthday party. It was super funny.

2) People with bulimia boot quite often.
by JoeFace July 06, 2006

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