A tool used among friends to retain possession of a certain seat. As the name suggest, fives only works for five minutes. After standing up from his chair, the person announces "fives", and then can freely do what he needed to, and when he returns no one is allowed to take his seat during his absence.

Powerful foe of, "you move your feet, you loose your seat."
Rudolf: I need to pee, fives.

==four minutes later==

Rudolf: Get your ass out of my seat.
Schwartz: No Way!
Rudolf: I called fives, schmuck.
Schwartz: ... arr, you got me this time.
by The Legendary Ironwood March 27, 2005
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call fives on a seat when u get up so mother fuckers cant steal it for 5 min.
by 69 KIng October 25, 2006
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Defines a claim or ownership of a certain item. Originally used to define such a claim for 5 minutes, but is now commonly interchanged with the word dibs.
Fives on that seat!
by roxie May 29, 2004
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Five pounds sterling worth of herb. Can come in a bag or cling film.
Dealer: How much do you want?
Stoner: Do you shot fives?
Dealer: Standard, blud
Stoner: Meet me outside park in ten minutes
Dealer: Safe
by Bert Bert August 18, 2005
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a sanford term that all the "white" kids use. meaning to save a seat for five minutes.
hey you didn't call fives i took your seat.
by jawan carter March 5, 2005
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1) An obscure ball game played against a wall. It is vaguely similar to squash, but the players hit a small cork ball with a padded glove.

2) A bunch of fives. London slang for a fist.
He agve me a bunch of fives cos I beat the guy on the fives court.
by black flag May 31, 2004
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Fives is the plural form of five dollar bill. This bill pictures the first Republican president, the man who preserved the union and signed the emancipation proclamation freeing the slaves, Abraham Lincoln.

American currency includes ones, twos, fives, tens, twenties, fifties, hundreds, and some other higher denominations I can't even afford to look at, much less own.

In coinage, a five is the equivalent of 500 cents, 100 nickels, 50 dimes, 20 quarters, ten half dollars, or five dollar coins.
He gave me two fives for a ten.

Fives are printed at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
by osun's village January 3, 2006
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