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Contrary to common belief (which was that it was slang for masterbation) but the word ''Jingo'' is a name rarely given to a woman, and when it is, it means that she is, in fact, the perfect woman. Usually beautiful, kind, and all around amazing.
"She's such a Jingo... She's way too good for me :("
by The Yankee Douche. May 03, 2009
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Contrary to earlier beliefs, jingo is in fact an appellation reserved solely for someone who is a friend. Much as a mexican would say amigo or an american would say buddy, brits have now evolved to say 'jingo' instead of 'mate'.
A: Bella fonti jingo.
B: What's cluckin' jingo?

A: Nout' man, just watching some um bongo.
B: Irie, laters jingo.
by TheCountOfFontiCrispo May 24, 2005
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Jingo is the definition for a person that shoves a pen up your asshole but claims it was the wind
person 1: Jingo!
person 2: What was that for?
person 1: It wasn't me it was the wind.
person 2: Oh ok.
by brockos July 28, 2009
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Slang for cranking ur hammer. comes from Jacking Off, or J'ing O
-Yo whats carl saying tonight?
-I just brinkied him but he was jingo so he'll be late.

-Yeah true, love jingo.
by nick d alstott June 25, 2011
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A non-specific racial slur based on the phonetic implications of the recent (as of 10/15/13) product of the same name released by Pepperidge Farms. Not specific to any race, simply used because it sounds derogatory. Also occasionally refers to someone who is/is acting racist.
"Dude, you're such a Jingo"

"Shut up, you Jingo!"
"Dude, that was such a Jingo thing to say."
by Daniel Hull Kolaric October 15, 2013
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An expression of amzamement.
Fuck that new Ford cost a bomb. Jingoes I'll be paying for forever.
by dranym July 02, 2006
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noun - a contration of jargon and lingo. Where a specific field of work and/or study requires so much use of technical jargon, references, etc, for successful communication it appears to be almost its own vernacular language, incomprehensible to outsiders.
Please slow down, I don't talk the jingo.
by Stephen Wenman March 11, 2008
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