slang term from the street indicating a length of time longer than a 'grip' and a 'minute'
Boy, I ain't been home in a fortnight!
by tbarbos June 17, 2010
Fortnight is a word the English say instead of saying Two weeks.
"I am going away for a fortnight"
by Linsley August 11, 2004
A night of drinking that consists of drinking only a forty oz. bottle of beer, usually when the person cannot have a hangover the next day but wants to have a good buzz.
I have an exam tomorrow at 8AM, so let's just have a fortnight.
by DEBAG313 September 28, 2012
1. A night wherein, a multitude of Forts are made and used.
2. An old english term meaning a long period of time, or two weeks.
I haven't had a fortnight in a fortnight.
by L-7 Weenie September 10, 2006
A slang word to express the physical strength of a person as being too weak (two week)
That kid's so frickin fortnight
by creaturecalydon December 11, 2009
Slang for a long period of time, or what seems like a long period of time.
I'm so tired, I haven't slept in a fortnight.

I haven't seen Nigel in a fortnight.
by Kyle V M December 28, 2005

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