A version of saying that you are mad at some one. Never to be used in past tenseUse only in British english.
Girlfriend: " I am cross at you because you didn't ring me the other day."
by Akil February 06, 2006
Something you nail people too.
Jesus Christ was nailed to a cross.
by Behavior08 April 27, 2006
a jamican colloquialism that indicates a person of little worth
'you nah buy dat ting for me that i aks for? CROSSES!'
by jamaicanqt April 02, 2008
A small strange stinky little guy with hair that looks like it was drawn onto him by a 3 year old.
Person A "Oh look its C. Ross"

Person B "Hi Rossy"

C. Ross "NYEHHHH"

Person A + B "Well fuck you then, you little pissbag!!!!!!"
by Cheeky Chap October 12, 2008
An awesome dude who can be a friend for life. If a friend pisses him off, he usually forgives them. If he gets a girlfriend, she will be treated like a queen and loved forever. He will tell his closest friends or those who he has befriended his secrets and is hysterical. Word of warning though, Cross has been betrayed, back-stabbed, broken up with, cheated on, or bullied before so he feels vulnerable. This explains why he is sometimes shy with those who he doesn't know or even with his friends. He is smart, awesome, and funny. If a girl gets him, she better not cheat on him, hurt his feelings, or break up with him and see if she can get back together with him because he has already been hurt and will not risk being hurt again.
Girl 1: who is your boyfriend?
Girl 2: oh you mean Cross? We just broke up
Girl 1: What the hell is wrong with you!
Girl 2: what do you mean? I was only kidding. I plan to get back together with him.
Girl 1: I doubt he will forgive you for that.
Girl 2: Oh please, I bet he's gonna come up and beg for me to get back with him. See? There he comes now.
*Cross walks up*
Cross: What? You think that is funny?bWhat the hell is wrong with you. I wasn't coming to beg. I was coming up to say I don't want to get back together with you!
*Cross walks off*
Girl 2: what just happened?
Girl 1: you screwed up.
by Coolguy22 September 14, 2014
In reference to the letter "X" in the word extreme, the word cross is used to describe something extreme such as an event, disruption, sport, or everyday living scenario.

*Inspired by Mountain Dew and Harold and Kumar go to White Castle.
..and then the other car cut in front of him and the dude did a 360 and wound up in the ditch. It was pretty cross.
by Yoshua September 17, 2007
In reference to the letter "X" in the word extreme, the word cross is used to describe something extreme such as an event, disruption, sport, or everyday living scenario.

*Inspired by Mountain Dew and Harold and Kumar go to White Castle.
..and then the other car cut in front of him and the dude did a 360 and wound up in the ditch. It was pretty cross.
by Yoshua September 17, 2007

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