one who wears "X's" on both of their hands, to signify that one neither drinks nor smokes. Started in California, where we’ve got more bounce, it’s used as an unspoken message to people in a club, specifically nightclubs. As to say: “Hey! I’m ‘clean’ & 'edge' so I don’t drink or do X… so don’t offer.”
1.) Boy #1: (holding up a 6 pack) Hey bro, you chill?
Boy #2: Naw, I’m edge. (holds up hands with "X's" on them) But thanks.
by That boy, Timmy October 23, 2006
Something real, something that makes people stare and not blink.
1.Your system never crushes.....

2.oh boy, this one right here is the edge!
by the-operator June 30, 2010
EDGE (Enhanced Data GSM Environment), a faster version of the Global System for Mobile (GSM) wireless service, is designed to deliver data at rates up to 384 Kbps and enable the delivery of multimedia and other broadband applications to mobile phone and computer users. The EDGE standard is built on the existing GSM standard, using the same time-division multiple access (TDMA) frame structure and existing cell arrangements.
The new european 3g gsm phones use edge for high speed data transfer enabling wireless video conferencing
by jetplane January 23, 2005
Originating from the term Straightedge, edge people do not consume mind altering substances. (This can include Caffeine, Alcohol, Drugs and promiscuous sex) Lots of people who are Edge show this by putting 'x's on their hands.
Person 1: Yo man are you edge.
Person 2: Yeah man, true till death.
by anti-hero November 06, 2004
Term used for a certain amount of money;
Edge = £40, $40 etc ...
"How much P u buy dat iPod for bruv?"
"Edge cuz"
by Yunger Jax October 22, 2009
Call-sign of Kei Nagase from Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
Why does it seem like everything Edge does is tailored towards garnering sympathy from her comrades?
by Zack Finley September 26, 2008
Stems from straight-edge, but edge people are those who dont drink or do drugs but will occasionally have sex and smoke cigs. Pretty much practically the fucking bitches who just choose to make straight-edge a trend and not an actual lifestyle. They usually do this so they can label themselves as something and when they hit 21 will quit because they can buy alcohol. There all posers.
"Eric has such a problem with commitment that he chose to be edge than straight-edge. He also does it because he cant fit in with any other crowd."
by Jeff from SD July 10, 2008
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