A competetive activity requiring physical skill to execute.
Billy decided to participate in a sport this Spring, moving from tennis to track and field.
by Doerd S May 22, 2016
A saying used by mostly NBA and NFL fans whenever they see a sport that isn't the NBA or NFL tweeted by SportsCenter or Bleach Report. It's often linked to people who grew up fatherless or people with a mental disability
the name your dad calls you by that makes you feel like a total loser, which you probably are anyway (synonyms: champ, chief, etc.)
"Hey sport, whaddya say your old man teaches you to throw the ol' ball around today."
"Dad, I'm an All-American pitcher at U of Texas."
"Oh sorry son, the ol' ticker ain't what it used to be."
"Dad, please, you're embarrassing me in front of my bitch."
by Nick D April 29, 2003
Slang for wearing. Also used to describe what athletes wear when they compete.
He is sporting a rare pair of Air Jordans.
by Jon Thomas September 29, 2005
America's state-sponsored religion.
On Sunday we pray sports.
by thenewnumber904 March 23, 2006
The sociological phenomena where throwing large amounts of money at anything will cause participants and spectators alike to obsess over the subject in question.
"Think we can turn butter-churning into a sport?"
"I'm a multi-billionaire. I'll see what I can do."
by Crackeford July 27, 2013
generic name used as a substitute for a person's surname.

See also chief, ace, champ, boss, dude, pal, slappy, guy, man, homey, junior, my deuce
I was at work today, and some dickface dropped this line on me:

"What's up, sport? Think you can get me a drink there, chief? What do you say, champ?"
by Ricky Roma November 27, 2003