293 definitions by Mr. Terrence L. Trezvant

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A filler phrase that's short for "and whatnot," which is/can be used as an ending to a sentence or s statement.

This can also mean and shit, and stuff, and all that shit, etc.
We just coolin' out and what.
by Mr. Terrence L. Trezvant April 29, 2007
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IN BRIEF: Getting or taking money can sometimes lead to repercussions or consequences.
DUDE#1: I gotta hit the spot.
DUDE #2: I wouldn't do that, cat. All money aint good money. Plus police out deep anyway.
by Mr. Terrence L. Trezvant May 13, 2009
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It's a memorable quote in the bible found in Genesis 4:9, meaning:

1. Are you responsible for how you respond to your brother?

2. Are you held accountable for how you treat your fellow man?

It's really a sarcastic question/remark from Cain to God after Cain killed his brother, Abel, to keep from admitting to the fact that he did kill Abel.
Nino Brown: To CMB. On and on. Am I my brother's keeper?

CMB: Yes I am.

Nino Brown (louder): Am I my brother's keeper?!

CMB (louder): Yes I am.!

Nino Brown (louder): Am I...my brother's keeper?!!!

CMB (louder): Yes...I...am.!!!

The Duh Duh Man (studdering): Yes.......I am.!!!

-from NEW JACK CITY (1991)
by Mr. Terrence L. Trezvant March 23, 2006
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IN BRIEF: to act fast or be a fast ass, fail to be obedient, refuse or failing to act accordingly or behave, to violate.
PARENT #2: Don't let your daughter hang around that girl.

PARENT #1: Why? Do she break the speed limit or something?

PARENT #2: Exactly.
by Mr. Terrence L. Trezvant March 07, 2009
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IN BRIEF: A woman that is pregnant or has kids too often.
EXAMPLE: Being pregnant can sometimes be addictive to a woman, especially a bumpaholic.
by Mr. Terrence L. Trezvant August 11, 2009
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Getting carried in a casket by 6 casket bearers to the hearse immediately after a funeral, right before the funeral procession. Then, after the funeral procession, get carried again by 6 casket bearers from the hearse to the gravesite.
by Mr. Terrence L. Trezvant November 17, 2006
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