When a person quickly and sharply slaps another person in the forehead, creating one of those classic "what the hell?" moments, which always tend to be fun.
1. You MUST say unis when performing a unis on somebody. It is pronounced (yoo-nIS).
2. It is MANDATORY that it be on the forehead. If it is anywhere else on the body, it is null and void.
3. It is IMPERITIVE that it be a slap. Don't punch people in the forehead. You'll look like a complete retard, and it won't count anyways, so it'll just be a big lump of fail.
Dustin: (slaps John on the forehead) UNIS!
Jonathan: Damnit Dustin! What'd I tell you about that?
Kreig: (also slaps John on the forehead) Unis!
Jonathan: SON OF A BITCH!!
How the Japanese refer to sea urchin roe.
Iron Chefs use uni in pretty much every other battle.
short for "uniform"
Get your uni...we gotta game.
1. university (noun)
2. prefix meaning "one"
3. a unicycle (noun)
1. I'm going to uni today
2. a unicellular organism
3. wait till I get my 20" uni!
an abbreviation of the word uniform
I need to get my uni cleaned for the basketball game.
A single Brow on one's face, some might choose to laser off after 8th grade.
Kirsten, from the 719, Sported a Uni until highschool, now only traces remain.
It's college you stupid fucks. Not uni. Please rid the English language of this bastardization of a word. It makes you sound like some pompous piece of shit with no self-esteem.
Say college. C-o-l-l-e-g-e.
It does not imply you go to a 2 year program. No one in top 20 programs refer to their program as a "uni." They say college.
"I go to college."
"When I was in college..."
"I am a college student."
Now get with it folks.
And there are plenty of third tier 4 year programs that are "universities." So saying "uni" does not mean anything, and instead reveals to the rest of the world you've probably gone to a no-name program or care too much about what others think of you.
*Saying university should only be with the full name of the program. Like Princeton University. Otherwise, it's almost always college. And never, ever "uni."