Jul 6 Word of the Day
Phrase meaning that a deceased cannot rest in peace until society changes due to the circumstances of a death.
People said rest in power for the unarmed man had been shot by the police.
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Australian slang: A "no-hoper" or fool. Derives from a racehorse of that name in the 1920's that never one a race out of 37 starts.

Recruits to the RAAF in WWII earned the nickname "drongos".

(Nothing to do with the class of bird -- drongo)
"You've really mucked that up, ya drongo!"
by PEB May 15, 2006
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A person seemed to be, in some form or another, stupid. Drongo is a typically australian word and is part of common australian dialect.
Pass me that wratchet you Drongo
by neon2000 November 11, 2003
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An Australianism or Aussieism for an unintelligent person, a loser, a halfwit or someone that is running on half a deck.
LOL! Did you see that drongo just do a linelock outside the police station? He is busted for sure.
by Woohzal March 11, 2008
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fool to act in a stupid way to make your self a laughing stock
you bloody Drongo you have spilled my beer
by Kiaran Clarson September 25, 2003
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