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31.
a category of people in relation to having no identifiable heritage or culture.

The origin of Smith people are unknown (hence their generic last names and heritage). They are found in large numbers throughout the southern US but most especially the state of Texas.

often confused with redneck (an uneducated form of a smith)

With a last name like Johnson he is definetly a Smith.
by yoandro August 14, 2007
 
1.
Its my last name. Oh well, i can live with it.
uh i dunno Smith is cool!!!
by uh i dunno January 18, 2005
 
2.
Smith is a universal word. It is the word of all words. It can be put anywhere in a sentence and is considerd grammaticaly and socially acceptable.
I totally smithed that girl last night. I had to take a smith. or simply: Smith smith smith.
by Kevin hung Brown March 17, 2008
 
3.
the most oriqinal last name everrrr.
person#1 ; hello , im mr.smith.
person#2 ; qreaaaat , another one?
by cheelybowl February 26, 2009
 
4.
n. a gun, usually a revolver, derived from "Smith and Wesson," also see credit card
Wipe that smirk off your face asshole, or I'll show you my Smith.
by Michael Gannett February 22, 2006
 
5.
Verb 1. To drink far in excess of all other wedding reception participants, guests, officiants, or attendants at an open bar and to actively disrupt the celebratory event by means cutting in line to the open bar, blocking access to the open bar, being excessively gregarious, loud, insulting, self-depricating, and ending the night by being completely and utterly inebriated to the point of committing an unspeakable act such as vomiting all over one's self and others while in a heavily occupied passenger or commuter vehicle.

Verb 2. To be "that guy," at a wedding.

Present tense: To Smith. Past Tense: Smithed.

See Also: Jackass
That wedding would have been great had that tall dude with spikey hair not Smithed it.
by iwasthere June 13, 2013
 
6.
Acronym for Shoot Myself in the Head.
Constantly seeing teenagers write LOL makes me want to SMITH.
by timJonesx January 04, 2011
 
7.
Shoot me in the head. Used when dealing with a situation where all you want is someone to put you out of your misery. Usually involving telephone customer service and that customer that has no clue what they are talking about and have been talking about for hours.
SMITH!
by KarmicJinx February 11, 2010