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A nickname given to a friend that is always there for you no matter what! They are crazy, bitchy, and they are obsessed with tea but you love them anyways.
Becky, Reindeer is the most DRAMATIC person I have ever met!”
by Drakeriedinger August 03, 2018
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Slang originated and spoken in St. Louis, made famous by Nelly of the St. Lunatics.

A lady with a large behind. Big, thick, booty.
"is that yo ass or yo mama half reindeer" {Shake Ya Tailfeather by Nelly}
by Chanooziller April 10, 2008
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1. a large assed woman
2. not good
Pickle flavored ice cream is reindeer.
That woman is a reindeer.
by alfonso May 04, 2004
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First Originated in Palm Springs.

An older gay male cougar

A predatory gay male in search of a cub
That reindeer is totally on the prowl in the club for a fresh cub.

Palm Springs is home to many retirees and reindeer.

That Reindeer and his cub are totally making out in public
by Kyle aka Time Machine January 03, 2012
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In Estonia, fat finnish tourists who drink a lot of beer and waste money, yell on the streets, are called reindeers.
Person1: "Look at those morons!"
Person2: "They're finnish, that is reindeers."
Person3: "Damn reindeers, they're everywhere!"
by Nazgul September 02, 2006
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Amazing creatures that pull Santa's sleigh. Reindeer and caribou are the same species but different subspecies, so like cousins. Reindeer are smaller and live in different areas than caribou. They are also semi-domesticated, unlike wild caribou. Reindeer and caribou are the only part of the deer family where both male and female grow antlers, which are also shed every year. One unique thing about reindeer are their clicking tendons. You know the poem "Up on the housetop, click, click, click," the clicks are the reindeer's tendons, not their hooves. This is a unique trait that allows reindeer to find each other in a blizzard. And speaking of cold weather these animals are made for it. They have two layers of fur, the outer coat is hollow fur, which helps them fly and swim across rivers. Another thing that helps them swim and have traction on the snowy tundra is their hooves. They are wide split in the middle, creating two halves. They act as snowshoes in the deep snow and help the reindeer have traction on slippery ice. And although they aren't as tall as your average cow or horse, they can pull! No wonder Santa picked such wonderful animals to pull his sleigh!
The gigantic reindeer herd roamed across the frozen tundra, each taking turns dipping in the icy water to get to the other side.
by reindeerlvrgurl February 19, 2018
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