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9.
DJ
A individual who is hired for a nite club or event in which his job is to play music that makes the crowd want to dance.
The DJ that we hire for the event is going to cost us $500.
by Chelsea Carrington October 26, 2005
 
1.
dj
Shorthand for Disc-Jockey
no example
by Gumba Gumba February 25, 2004
 
2.
DJ
Used to be a title showing a capability to mix and scratch existing music to create a new sound (the equivalent of the digital match-up artists of today), but now anyone who has made a track line-up on a tape or burned CD has the same talent of the self-proclaimed narcissistic DJs of today who for some reason buy their material on LP even though all they're doing is fading at the end of one track into the beginning of the next.
"Oh, don't you love DJ NeonMonkeyJizz, he's so talented, I mean, the way he fades between tracks is just so perfect it's..." **SLAP** "SHUT THE FUCK UP!"
by Dagmar Geech August 15, 2005
 
3.
D.J.

(noun)

Attributed to people whose appearance and/or gestures are flamboyant, effeminate, and suggestive of them being in the gay order.

Not to be confused with disc jockeys (dj's), derek jeter, or wanker dj's.

Inspired by the film "Bruno".
"Hey Tobi, you're such a D.J. because you wear you're bag like a purse so flamboyantly".

"Oh hey, thanks for that compliment."
by djwanker August 20, 2013
 
4.
DJ
Typically it stands for Disc Jockey, you know, someone who can actually mix music. Now it's used by any and every person to download two mp3's and the demo version of FL Studio.
Person: Hey I heard you're a DJ!
DJ BJ: YEA BRO I GOT THIS ONE TRACK IT'S HOT
Person: How long you been doing that?
DJ BJ: WELL IT TOOK AN HOUR OR TWO I SPED UP THE PITCH
Person: No, I mean DJing...
DJ BJ: SHUT UP FUCK YOU IM A DJ
by assbags November 04, 2008
 
5.
dj
To stimulate a clitoris with two fingers, as if scratching a record.
I was getting down on this girl and I went all dj on that shit.
by echolaelia September 05, 2005
 
6.
DJ
Acronym 1: Disc Jockey
Acronym 2: Digital Jockey

DJ: A person who's whole responsibility is to make a crowd of people dance and enjoy the night. If a party fails for whatever reason the DJ is usually the scapegoat.

Disc Jockey: A DJ who mixes with vinyl records.
Digital Jockey: A DJ who mixes with CD's or a laptop.
1: That DJ rocked the house last night.
2: Who the f*ck was that DJ? His music was so bad my ears started to hurt!
by David Bogdal January 24, 2006
 
7.
dj
1. a person that can mix music from two or more sources at the same time, but it appears to be a single song from an outside observer
2. a person with enough balls to get up in front of a crowd of people and attempt to be 100% all the time, or else people will know
3. someone with musical ability to build up throughout their set, a sense of feeling, rythym and happiness from the proper selection of tracks
Tiesto, Eric Morillo, Paul Van Dyk, Judge Jules and David Morales are all examples of a DJ.
by GTI_Guy September 15, 2006