Seventh element on the periodic table. Makes about 78% of earth's atmosphere. Used in stuff like amonia and plant fertilizers, and found in proteins, so you need it.
Nitroglycerin, a major explosive, contains nitrogen.
by notriddle November 8, 2009
Tobacco. Code for tobacco in cigarettes or loose tobacco.
I Got Cought Scuba Diving. now i have to swich my Oxygen tank to one with Nitrogen.
by layout420 December 10, 2006
I nitrogenized her face off because she wouldn't give me head.
by Nitrogenize February 21, 2018
when you type 'no' all-caps in your tiktok caption and put it on tts
your caption: "OH HELL NO LMAO"
tts: "OH HELL NITROGEN MONOXIDE LMAO"
by Snapbackland April 17, 2021
freezes your "Asshole off"
liquid nitrogen froze my asshole
by nick bernardo August 13, 2006
Nitrogen dioxide, or NO2, is a brown, highly toxic gas that can be produced by the oxidation of nitrogen (for example, combustion reactions produce NO2 and other oxides of nitrogen, as some of the oxygen reacts with nitrogen in the air) and the reaction of concentrated nitric acid with some metals (examples include copper, silver, and magnesium).

Even in extremely low concentrations, the slightest whiff of NO2 will have the same effect on your nasal cavity that Drano has on a clogged sink. Its odor doesn't have a 'flavor' to it, per se, but rather exists as a sharp burning sensation akin to the feeling of having a mixture of wasabi and fire ants shoved up one's nose.

Nitrogen dioxide is not to be confused with nitrous oxide, which is more commonly known as laughing gas, and has the formula N2O. Confusing one for the other can often result in fatal consequences.
1)
Cu + 4 HNO3 ——> Cu(NO3)2 + 2 NO2 + 2 H2O

2)
Jim: Hey Steve, wanna go get high off some nitrogen dioxide?
Steve: Uh, don't you mean nitrous oxide?
Jim: Nah dude, it says here on the container, "NO2." You think I don't know basic chemistry?
Steve: Whatever man, count me out.
Jim: More for me, then!

*later, Jim is found lying in a pool of blood, having died of severe hemorrhaging from his lungs and respiratory tract*
by Necropolitan October 27, 2011
A drowsy state induced by breathing air in pressures higher than one atmosphere.
The scuba diver died of nitrogen narcosis.
by bdavid April 16, 2015