How the BBC pronounces "a historic", because an historic is actually the correct pronounciation.
The joining of these countries into the EU is an historic event.
by Kung-Fu Jesus May 2, 2004
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Word used mostly by Roleplayerss, might have also been used by Xerxes in 300 (not confirmed.)
Blue ass: "You gotta shut up honestly."
by RyuSensei April 26, 2008
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The word historical Means that whatever your talking about is old.for example today me and Kayla were arguing about random words that we said I said historical she said ellipsis.we are both confused humans
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It's a word that's used to describe your grandma
Your grandma is Historical
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A word used to describe our "historic President".

People believe President Barack Hussein Obama to be "historic" because he is the first half-white, half-black President of the U.S. This so-called "history" making gives guilty white liberals something to tout as they increase their rhetoric that anyone who opposes the "historic" president is racist. In fact, some white people, including many in mainstream media feel so guilty being white that they say they got "thrills up their leg" from seeing this happen.
A guy and his wife are in a car on a road trip:

Guy: "99,997, 99,998, 99,999!"
Wife: "100,000!"
Guy: "Gee! That was a historic moment!"
Wife: "It sure was!"
by default013 November 25, 2009
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Any lame event that one of your dumb ass friends believes that either you or they witnessed or performed first. There's simply no way in Hell anyone else could have ever experienced something remotely similar.
Your dump was so rancid it was historical!

Did you see the bitch that Kent nailed the other night? Historical!
by siddNullus February 14, 2009
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To live in a time when nothing of importance or significance seems to happen. Symptoms of living in a historical stasis include addiction to the Internet, magazines, and television news programs.
Compared to the exciting and sometimes volatile 1960s, the 1970s was a period of historical stasis.
by Johnny Z. Styles May 31, 2010
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