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A gat, peice, heat, or any kind of handgun.
You better watch how you step or you'll get this iron to your mind.
by Jason April 13, 2004
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When a reply to a tweet gets more likes than the tweet it was replying to, usually indicating the unpopularity or stupidity of the original tweet
Damn you got 12 likes and his reply got 271 likes? He totally ratioed you bro
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Word used to describe unusually flat-bottomed feet(flat-footedness). Typically these feet are great for water skiing but not great for running. Irons can be easily spotted by the total flatness of the bottom of the foot.
Davit: Wow! You have flat feet!
Zach: Yep, they're called irons.
Davit: Can you barefoot ski?
Zach: I'm the best at it!
by Davit McBarn January 26, 2006
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1. a pistol or other firearm

2. the weights used by weightlifters
The guy had an iron and he paid the price for misusing it.
by The Return of Light Joker February 09, 2008
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Material found as in mining that is more silvery white than normal after cleaning and it is very hard
Iron is mixed with gold to make gold more of a solid block as we know it today.
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by OneWeirdPersonplshelp November 06, 2017
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homosexual - from rhyming slang (iron hoof/poof)
john is an iron, he is attracted to men
by barb November 02, 2003
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Of all forceable entry tools, the "Irons" are probably the most favored by firefighters. Consisting of a flat-head ax "married" to a halligan bar, the uses of the Irons are many. They are most commonly used to gain access to locked doors and windows. The halligan bar has three different prying tips on it. They are a spike, a wedge, and a two-pronged fork or claw. By inserting one of these tips into a door or window frame and driving it with the flat-head ax, the trained firefighter can make quick access through most common types of doors. By driving the spike into the floor, the halligan bar becomes a good anchor point to attach a rope during emergency rescue procedures. The flat-head ax is also useful for cutting through windows and doors that may be boarded up. The Irons are carried with a special "marriage" strap, the blade of the ax inserted into the slot of the claw on one end, and the handle of the ax resting between the spike and the wedge on the other.
After Firefighter Steve got to the door and realized it was locked he exclaimed, "Dammit, I forgot the Irons, again."
by Cut it July 19, 2005
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