Use in the West Coast, particularly California;
To leave, exit or depart from a place or structure(home, school, park etc.)
Synonymous with Bounce and Dip Out.
Yo, I am gonna jam.
Hey, I am leaving.
A: I'm Out!
B: You Jamming?
B: Alright, peace then.
A: I'm going to depart.
B: You leaving?
B: Okay, good-bye.
2 or more musicians making music together but not an official band.
Guitarist Dude: Hey man i heard you got a drumset, we should jam sometime.
Noob Drummer: Sounds good, i havent gotten to play to music yet.
1)Means:To relax, or chill out.
person 1: damm im vexed im goin to smack him
person 2: jam man.
A fruity preserve that usually goes on toast or in sandwiches
I like Jam on my toast
To get together with people to play music.
Guitarist: Hey, you wanna get together and jam this weekend.
Drummer: Let's do it.
A party, hopefully with lots of free beer.
Cam: Eh man, you coming to that jam in the park tonight?
A positive multifunctiontional expression for wanting to be "all over" a person, place, or thing .b. This word is also used singuarly as an exclamation of goodness or excitment. c. A serisouly groovy tune i.e. Bennie and the Jets. Originally derived from the Rasta term "Jammin" as applied to music and musical performances made popluar by Bob Marley.
I want to JAM on Chuck Bass because he is the sexiest man alive!
I'm so hungry, I need to JAM on some pico de gallo pronto!
S: I just got my paycheck lets go JAM on some alcohol.
(Bennie and the Jets begins to play)
S: I love this JAM! Lets twist
slang term for money, started in urban cities in the midwest
bro#1: you goin' to that party bruh??
bro#2: naw fam.. gotta work. you know i gotta make that jam
Fuck bitches, get jam.