A word to describe something that is generally cheap or poor. Derived from the word "Government", which is notorious for giving handouts to poorer folks for things such as food, housing, healthcare, etc. Shortened to "Gubment" due to the way both the black and the back country redneck community pronounce the word "Government". Generally used to describe items used by very low class people.
Example 1:
Person 1: *Pulls out cracked 7" Acer Laptop*
Person 2: Put that gubment laptop away, YOU BROKE.
Person 1: I don't care *continues to watch videos at 10 fps*
Example 2:
Mom and Daughter strolling through store
Daughter: Momma can we get some Kraft Mac and Cheese?
Mom: Nah quit lookin were gonna get the great value.
Daughter: You won't catch me eating that gubment food...
by LLCOOLJAYYLMAO May 13, 2016
Jail slang. Supposedly used to refer to someone's real full name as it appears on their birth certificate.
Criminial #1: Yo, man, what's your gubment?
Criminal #2: Um, the United States?
Criminal #1: No, man! What's your GUBMENT!?
by anonymous March 13, 2004
The official name that appears on your government-issued identification. Not your street name, nickname, or gang name
Question "Who shot Pookey?"
Answer "I don't know his gubment name, but on the skreets they call him "Dae Dae"
by Out my name February 12, 2017
What people of color in the projects call the State cheese that is handed out to them by the truck load. The word is slang for Government Cheese.
Shiiit, Tyrone I'm sick of this gubment cheese. Ain't you got any peanut butter and jelly in this crib?
by Larry Tiita April 21, 2009
When people have paychecks coming from the federal government and are biased towards passing laws that benefit themselves and their families they are riding the gubment gravy train.
When massive numbers of people living in DC have their best interest in passing laws for themselves while forgetting about the rest of the nation. They would be riding the gubment gravy train.
by dcgravytrain April 28, 2013