1. The best thing a web developer can use to make a web site using the best programming language in the world - python.
2. A jazz musician from Europe who played guitar with 2 fingers because he got burnt in a fire.
1. I just made this cool web site in just 15 minutes using Django!
2. I wish I could play the guitar like Django.
by gak September 14, 2006
Top Definition
Regular Use: Alternative for "Dude". Used primarily for greeting or drawing attention. Used amongst close friends, especially in South Indian metro's. (Woohoo Bangalore!)

When used derisively: Again- a cool dude. But cool with the sub-text of being ridiculous and basically a giant turd.
Heyy django! 'Sup?
Hey!...HEY!...DUDE!!!.....LISTENN DJANGO!!!
Ah that chap! Fucker thinks he's one big Django only!
by Dinesh Swamy March 17, 2008
Verb: to take a situation that seemed doomed to fail, and turn it into an overwhelming success.

This word is inspired by the protagonist in the movie 'Django Unchained' (2012).
e.g. As CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs Djangoed that bitch; he took a company close to bankruptcy, and turned it into one of the most valuable companies of all time.
by plato9999 June 07, 2013
(verb) to fuck, screw over or otherwise leave the recipient feeling like he's been humped by a donkey. Often used in the passive voice (to be djangoed).
Origin: the title character from the Quentin Tarentino film
My team got djangoed in the match last night.
by NickAS March 13, 2013
Someone who is as broke as a newly freed slave, or acts broke but has the money to spend.
Sometimes Djangos are broke and they know it, but tease the seller to ask the question, "Why say anything in the first place."
Friend 1: "Want to buy a these Penny 3 sneakers from me, I will sell them for 80 dollars."
Friend 5: "Sure, they look nice. How much did you say though?"
Friend 1: "Well, since you are just my 5th friend, I only went 70 under retail to 80 dollars."
Friend 5: "Nah, I am good. I don't have the money."
Friend 1: "Then why say anything in the first place?"
Friend 5: "Cause I am like one of those Django fellows I saw on UD."
by Atari412 August 08, 2013
the D is silent as most everyone now knows — the nickname of the great Belgian-born jazz guitarist Django (originally Jean Baptiste) Reinhardt, makes a dynamic musical choice for any jazz aficionado. Reinhardt's nickname "Django" is Romani for "I awake." The name has become more familiar with the release of and acclaim for the Quentin Tarantino film Django Unchained.
Django from Django Unchained.

The guitarist Django, originally Jean Baptiste.
by the correct django March 24, 2014
The biggest crack-head you'll ever meet
Friend: Man, that Django's a crack-head
by laladoody March 27, 2015

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