NEG
NEG.. better known as north end gangsters. This is a group of 4 guys who are the most intimidating people at the Jersey Shore. They resided in Spring Lake, Spring Lake Heights, but have there roots set at North End Spring Lake. You dont ever wanna mess with this young wipper snappers.
" Yo NEG's so tough i dont even wanna show my face at their beach"

"OMTC is NEG"

"Biddies step to NEG"
by neg lover June 04, 2009
no, negative (an abbreviation)
A: can you make it tomorrow.

B: Neg I have to help clean the truck.
by The Return of Light Joker February 15, 2009
Neg
Video game slang meaning that you have more deaths than kills, word is short for negative.
Paul- Not a bad game for me... What about you Tony.
Tony- That game was so bad, i went neg.
by RobBob1892 September 21, 2011
Neg
An egg like shape that isn't actually an egg.
That Yaris is very neg shaped.
by Sedanian August 01, 2010
Neg
a short term used on many sites that have picture/profile ratings ect the word Neg actually means negative
Hey why you Neg me?
by pablobricktop June 01, 2009
neg
neg is the process in which someone says a comment of little or no value, and due to its nature is immediately dismissed as a result of its lack of relevance.
neg yourself!
if he's a herb and a loser you neg him.
by sayanything25 January 09, 2009
Neg
short for negative, used to describe disapproval, something bad etc.
dude that fart was fucking neg.
by digigeist October 14, 2008
neg
In quizbowl, it is used to refer to an incorrect early buzz on a tossup. This term comes from the fact that usually one receives a -5 (negative five) point penalty for an incorrect answer when one buzzes in before a tossup has been completely read. However, this term is stilled used when playing on formats in which there is no early buzz penalty. If you hear the entire question, however, you simply "get it wrong" and thus did not commit the sin of negging.
At 2006 PACE NSC (which has no point penalties):
me: "Yeah get this, I negged on that tossup on the movie Munich early on in the question, and said Team America World Police instead."

teammate: "Wtf? How did that happen?"

me: "Well, they mentioned a ferris wheel blowing up in the beginning and something about a montage, and since Montage is an often-used Trey Parker/Matt Stone song, why not buzz?"
by MC PM August 12, 2006

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