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Urban slang that is short for young'n, which is short for young one. An integral part of DC slang.
"Git off me young before I steal yo ass."
by Juan February 17, 2005
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A few weeks ago, no one had β€œcheugy” in their vocabulary . Now everything is saturated with the word. It’s in our heads. It’s in our homes. Everyone is asking: β€œAm I cheugy? Am I a basic ass bitch? Am I GUILTY of being cheugy?”

The proliferation of cheugy in the mainstream discourse can only be attributed to one source: mental terror. It’s an orchestrated psychological trap to make you question your tastes and interests in the eyes of others.

You are not a cheug. YOU’RE PERFECT!!!!

It is very suspicious that the cheugy mascot is a Minion, a literal cyclops, a deformed
yellow panopticon in overalls ... do not let the all-seeing eye to control you. Be vigilant. Resist cheugy psyops.
Becca is another victim of cheugy psyops. I saw the garbage truck take all her Ugg boots yesterday. She even removed β€œI LOVE The Office!” from all her dating profiles. She’s unrecognizable.
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describes an article of clothing that is too small.
Shit, i must have gained 10 pounds, these pants are hella young!
by Yebeka December 19, 1999
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(can also be spelled "yung" for added effect.)

1. (adj.) a word to put in front of any noun. this gives the original word more definition. putting "young" in front of a noun makes it 10x better. usually put in front of a work to describe how badass something is
1. Yea d00dz, lets go to the mall and get us some young v.

2. Lets go smoke that young cig.
by ivelostyourhope January 25, 2008
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Washington, DC slang for the 2nd person reference, when speaking to someone. It's used when you don't know the name of a person, or even when you do know their name. It doesn't matter if they're younger or older.
Whattup young?! Those folks are trippin! Ay young?! Did you see how he snatched that rebound!
by Balls Smartley April 27, 2011
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Used to describe something cool or fresh, for instance:

It is often used in conjunction with "though" in the form of "young (insert noun) though".
I'm going to the young party though.
by Anon.JC October 16, 2010
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