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1) One of the three primary colours of paint. When mixed with yellow, it makes green, and when mixed with red, it makes purple. It is opposite orange on the colour wheel.

2) One of the three primary colours of light. When mixed with red, it makes magenta. When mixed with green it makes cyan. It is opposite yellow on the colour wheel.
That is a nice shade of blue.
by Psychic Jack September 13, 2003
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The color of a guys balls when they don't screw something
"Yup, he's rolling around, he's got blue balls"
by Katie123456 March 29, 2008
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In music the blues is about redemption. Not depression.
"You know I'm free, free now baby
I'm free from your spell
I'm free, free now
I'm free from your spell
And now that it's over
All I can do is wish you well"

The Thrill Is Gone - B.B. King
Blues Great
by Blues Student January 09, 2008
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UK slang, gang related / region specific:

Endeering term used for friends with business links, particularly in a few specific areas such as Streatham (blue town), Tottenham, and Cambridge. Used in place of "blud". Can get you in trouble around Woolwich and Hackney
"wassup blue, you got work?"
"yes blue, there's at least 5 for you to work, more if you can get some p's"
by Top Shottz May 06, 2008
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A fine Canadian Pilsner beer, enjoyed mostly by hosers and Buffalonians, and brewed by Labatt's.
Gord, how aboot grabbing a 30-rack of Blue on your way down to Sherkston, eh?
by timmy ho April 08, 2008
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a slang word for oxycodone 30 mg or a roxicodone 30 mg
me and my best friend bought some blues over the weekend and got higher than we have ever been before
by DJ561 August 19, 2008
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'blues' were originally known to intravenous drug users as azure-colored instant-release 10 mg oxymorphone, manufactured by ENDO. These were rightly considered the holy grail of pharmaceutical opiates before being discontinued due to problems with black market diversion and robberies. Many users ranked them more euphoric than heroin. They are cited in many works of fiction, notably Drugstore Cowboy.
It's so beautiful how these blues commingle with blood in the syringe.
by natenatenatenate December 13, 2008
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