Short for code word. A word used among friends in place of a drug name. Can go for paraphernalia or even a certain method of drug usage. Usually secret from parents, and if they're in on a drug's code, they're doing it too. Codes are best used in combination with other codes to keep the secret safe, and for this reason lots of codes can be used even in a small conversation. Codes are often different from one group of friends to the next, and it can be difficult to get drugs from people you don't know with your codes.
Codes in action:

"Hey man, got any toothpaste? I really really need to brush my teeth." "Not on me man, but I got some at home, and I even bought a whole new toothbrush." "Awesome."

"Hey, do I smell minty to you? I just mouthwashed the janitor's closet for like twenty minutes and I don't want my teacher to know."

"Where's the floss bro, I got bad breath today."

"I needa spoon for tonight." "What?" "Code, bro, now gimme a damn spoon." "Oh, silver or plastic?" "What?"
by NastyNateDoggg September 28, 2006
Top Definition
The way a GHETTO ASS black person pronounces the word cold.
Damn nigga, it's code up in herr.
by your name September 28, 2004
1)To write a computer program, or at least a snippet.
2)A computer program, or a portion thereof.
1)I still have to code that subroutine.
2)I can't decypher this obtuse code.
by daDebil February 29, 2004
Personal ethical guidelines to live your life by.The only thing free thinking people really have.
"dude john left his bag at my house, lets smoke it all!" "nah man lets just snag a couple bowls"
by energy&matter June 03, 2005
up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A, B, A, Start
Hurry and put in the code before the menu comes up so we can have infinite lives
by Meezy May 13, 2005
To program
I really want that new feature, but I have yet to code it in.
by Peon June 29, 2003
When someone says something which can be sexually translated without meaning it.
I was washing my car and accidentally sprayed in your girlfriends face.
by Igor Biscan November 30, 2003
A medical term/slang for a patient who is about to go in cardiac arrest or respiratory arrest.

It is derived from a shorter way of saying "Code Blue" in hospitals.
"Hey get the AED ready. I think he's about to code on us.
by wbalon July 28, 2012
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