The Boston meaning derived from the movie " West Side Story" in 1961. The meaning came from the movie in which the gangs of NYC would use the word " cool ". In Somerville, Ma. in the hub of Boston, Jim Labadini orchestrated the use of this word through out the Somerville school system over 4,000 students. This was intended to be a word that would be unique to kids in Somerville to use to express " how cool" something is in their own terminology. It quickly caught on through out Greater Boston.
Somerville is the most wicked city in Boston.
by Wicked Cool Jay May 02, 2013
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Bro 1: Did you see the X games?
Bro 2: yeah bro, they were wick.
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To do an awesome wicking job on a vape RBA with cotton, when the wicking just clicked and your about to have a great time with the fresh cotton feeling.
I wick wickd my tank today and it was great.
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To do an awesome wicking job on a vape RBA with cotton, when the wicking just clicked and your about to have a great time with the fresh cotton feeling.
I wick wickd my tank today and it was great.
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The nature of something being wick.

Wick(ed) qualities.
"The Iron Chef did that risotto with much wickness."
"You're oozing wickness."
by AuntyChookie January 24, 2009
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A person who lies and does anything A Wick would say that u'd beg to smoke with him when he doesn't
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New England slang that adds emphasis. Synonymous with really, very and hella.

To describe how great something is: "This car is wicked cool!"
To show aggravation: "This fucking guy is a wicked asshole!"
To show frustration: "That guy is wicked slow!"
To show amazement: "Wow, that game is wicked awesome!"
To describe a person: "She's a wicked bitch!"
To describe the weather: "Man, it's wicked hot out here!"
To emphasize feelings: "That story made me wicked sad!"
To exaggerate your point: "That took a wicked long time!"
"That wicked cool car is wicked fast is owned by that wicked old guy, who drives it wicked slow when it's wicked hot out, which makes me wicked sad cause I'm wicked broke and I got to walk a wicked long way."
by C. Wallace May 20, 2004
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