7 definitions by Goive

close conncection to valid. General term of approval or agreement with something. Originated partly from Khalid Achtar.
The Rose and Crown are serving free bevvies today - squalid
by Goive January 9, 2005
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Close connection to valid- yet to be used in times of exceptional pleasure. Derived from the infamous 'Khalid Akhtar'. Can often be used as squal-heed.
-Mate, wouldn't it be great if England won the world cup?
-Yes, it would be unbelievably squalid.
by Goive December 29, 2004
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originated simply from standard practice,- to mean squalid
Man U drew to Exeter- Standard
by Goive January 10, 2005
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this is without doubt the most valid and mellow guitar intro of all time. the inventive genius of Hendrix- (a man who couldn't even read music)is staggering. although the classic is well known amongst music lovers, it is not appreciated to a great enough extent by the majority of people. My favourite song of all time.
just listen to Little Wing on Hendrix' best of album or axis:bold as love
by Goive January 10, 2005
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an agreement with or appreciation of something. Similar to valid. Can be shortened to just nate.
Mate, the episode of the North Shore last night was nate.
by Goive December 29, 2004
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someone who is not willing to try or participate in a relatively 'lad-like' action.
Lad:Mate do you want to go to the pub?
Weenz:No,I've got too much work to do.
Lad:What an unbelievable weenz
by Goive December 29, 2004
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valid and polite expression of the male genitalia
Blackett does have an abnormaly large shlongleberry(fin)
by Goive January 9, 2005
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