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A Scottish way to pronounce “thing” most commonly used by men when they’re telling each other their darkest secrets in private
Man 1: “So tell me, what’s yer hing?”
Man 2: “My hing?”
Man 1: “Aye, yer hing”
Man 2: “Well sometimes I walk around my house for hours on end with my trousers on my arms and my shirt around my legs...”
by Zoidbergsleftclaw January 31, 2018
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No Bull Shit, and old hacker acronym which is usually used to signify that the talk will be serious.
User: I need to talk to you, NBS.
User2: ESAD, Noob.
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'Hing' is another word for cigarettes. The word was invented as a codeword for cigarettes to hide that you were smoking in school. After a while the word spread and is now a commonly used word for cigarettes. It can be used as a verb also, 'hinga'. The word is usually used in the east parts of the city Lund, Sweden.
-"Hey man! Do you have any hing?"
-"Yeah sure dude, i got a whole packet of hing!"
-"Sweet!"
by JC-Aight October 11, 2010
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A Hing is slang for a person who is Baptized at a young age. Calling someone a Hing is a complement to there Christianity.
Bob-What’s Up Hing
Ron-Thanks Man, How are you?
by xx_warblood666_xx May 27, 2019
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Hot Import Night Girl. An attractive asian female, gaining its acronym from a popular import car show: Hot Import Night Girl
Let's hit the club, man. I'm tryin to meet some hings!
by redblur April 14, 2009
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v. The noise made by someone who is sitting on the toilet and attempting to push out a large turd.

Is used in context to refer to the action of kicking up a huge fuss over any matter or issue, usually trivial.
Jimmy is having a hing because he wasn't invited to Anne's party.
by hashbro.com December 27, 2003
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To give up. Especially to give up when trying to guess the correct answer.

Originally used on word game channels on IRC circa 1992.
Person 1: Is the answer "42"?
Person 2: Nope.
Person 1: Is the answer "23"?
Person 2: Nope.
Person 1: Hing.
Person 2: It was 69.
by XSG November 18, 2004
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