The past tense of bone up, meaning literally to have an erect penis, or figuratively to be aroused, excited, or enthused.
Damn, girl, you got me all boned up, and now I gotta tape it to my leg.
by JPT, cunning linguist December 2, 2007
To beocme ready and excited for something, to prepare for it. The literal meaning is to get a hard on, or erection which is a preperatory step for copulation.
figurative example- "Anton, are you all boned up for the three hour swim set?"

literal example- "She was disappointed that he couldn't get boned up, however hard he tried."
by uclabeachguy January 22, 2010
learn about
"I'm gonna go bone up on my history facts"
by Aeon102 May 18, 2004
"I've really got to bone up on these maths problems."
by Uninnocent May 18, 2004
Did she make you bone up?
by Nicolenz September 23, 2006
to revise.
I had to bone up on my algebra in time for the exam
by Anonymous June 3, 2003
Greg: Are we gonna 'bone up'

Everyone: shut the fuck up, but fine we will get a joint on the go
*finished rolling*
Greg: I don't feel like smoking

Everyone: ... Uuuuuuggghhhh ffs
by Reading2k13 February 5, 2014