Verb, infinitive; to ming.
Present continuative tense: minging
Simple present tense: mings.
1. to smell badly
2. to be drunk (usu. used in past tense)
3. to be generally distasteful
This word is widely used in the North of England and Scotland.
Etymology: variation of meng, mong and mongoloid, yet with no racist or discriminatory overtones.
The noun is not *mingoloid, rather it is derived from this verb: minger, q.v.
"By God I ming today!"
"I was minging last night!"
"Those sandwiches are minging!"
A human who possesses limitless knowledge and infinite wisdom. His name sends shivers down the spines of all and may only be uttered under the breath of a whisper. His aura alone makes people shit themself.
<kid> Daddy, I want to be like Ming when I grow up and be worshipped by followers.
<dad> Don't be silly no mere mortal can be as godly as the great and merciful Ming.
A man who barely speaks and has ninja characteristics that feels no pain, and only has one weakness.. his nipples.
Also does any crazy shit he is told to do.
Jam: can i pinch your nipples?
Jam: can i light you on fire?
Jam: ming whered you get that slurpee?
Ming: found it
A person who has no talent and little knowledge of the job that they perform.
A totally useless person who only exists by getting others to do his work for him. A commercial parasite.
The new I.T. Manager is a total Ming, he spends all day downloading porn!
A person who has a girlfriend but is still horny/desperate for other chicks.
Yo man, have you heard about Tommy? He's such a Ming - he has a girlfriend of 4 years but he's still creeping on Jenny.
Stop Minging - you have a girlfriend.
Originates from the word mong, for some one who fails at life to such an extent that they are not even worthy of being called mong and/or are such failures at life that they cannot even spell mong. Another definition is one who has no/little mental capacity and struggles to construct a three syllable word.
Emma: "I am a ming"
James: "hahah, that is the definition of irony."
Emma: "What is ironic? I am so gullible and confused?"
James : "It is ironic, that you were unable to type mong. Does your brian hurt sometimes?"
In this example Emma is a ming.
A word from Bungie.net's off topic Flood Forum quickly growing in popularity. Originally a typo of Mind, and used in the context of "Prepare to have your ming blown," to much hilarious response.
Since then it has been used in place of Mind in "Mind = Blown", as some kind of superpowerful being (OBEY THE MING), and many other strange ways (Ming is Truth. Truth is Ming).
Might have potential for a real meme, or internet phenomena.
User 1: Prepare to have your ming blown!
User 2: Is that what they're calling it nowadays?
User 3: Ming?
User 4: I WANT A MING
A scouse definition for a friendly insult. Generally can mean geek or looser.
that becca dwyer girl is a right ming