35 definitions by klidenengro

testicles. They usually work in pairs. Romany word 'pele' meaning testicles. see goolies
mince my pills (expression of mild astonishment)
by klidenengro January 30, 2004
filth, dirt, German word first used by James Joyce in Ulysses
dreck stinks
by klidenengro January 30, 2004
well rehearsed patter of salesperson or advocate of particular cause (1896), to gamble (1882), to play music (1870) also Spieler meaning a gambling club
don't give me that spiel
by klidenengro January 30, 2004
Also gesumph or gesumpf, said to have come into the British property business from the second-hand car trade in the 1970s. originally means to swindle, cheat or steal, now means to outbid (peculiar to the English and Welsh housing market). Ultimately derived from a German word meaning to put into a swamp or, in the modern idiom, to dump in the shit. first recorded in English in 1928
the bastards gazumped me
by klidenengro January 30, 2004
happiness, in good order. Romany word used by super-chav Jamie Oliver. Kushtipen was once the English Romany word for 'happiness' from a Persian word meaning 'happiness'
by klidenengro January 30, 2004
happiness, in good order. Romany word used by super-chav Jamie Oliver. Kushtipen was once the English Romany word for 'happiness' from a Persian word meaning 'happiness' see kushti, kushty, cushti
easy-peasy, kushti
by klidenengro February 13, 2004
Clothes, something that is removed when someone gets their kit off. Originally Kittel, a white cotton or linen robe worn by orthodox Jews on certain holy days (also used as a shroud), overall, smock. Yiddish from MHG ultimately from Arabic source, cogn. with ‘cotton’
Helen Mirran is famous for taking her kit off
by klidenengro January 30, 2004