Affectionate name and term of endearment for a loved one in relation to the cute Australian marsupial that is soft and lives in trees.
'Hello possum; Thankyou possum'
by Oxman08 March 4, 2008
a great drinking game where players have to sit in a tree, like a possum, and consume a pack of 24 beers, preferably speights, until they fall out of the tree from drunkeness.
dude: oi mate are we playing possum tonite?
guy: too right mate
by taperjeangirl August 31, 2007
correct spelling: opossum(why the o..nobody knows). a furry four legged creature that insists on running directly in front of your car while youre rockin out to journey then all of a sudden your friends in the back seat just scream POSSUUUMMMM!! then the thing looks right at you, makes you swerve, and disappears.
"Dont stop believ--!" POSSUUUMMMM!! I swear that possum looked right at me.
by ysometimesy August 28, 2009
The word offical meanings in the Oxford Dictionary of Lozange of the word possum.

1) A small marsupial which resides in areas such as Australia.

2) A male human being who is considered to be attractive.

3) The male genitalia.

The verb form of the word possum;

To play possum:

4) To pretend to be dead or asleep in order to avoid predatory attacks from giant evil weasles.

5) A game often played by young children (AKA sleeping lions) in which they lay on the floor and cannot move, the one left is the winner will then recieve a carrot.
2) Wow that guy is a possum and a half!

3) I want to play with your possum.
by Lozange March 18, 2008
a person that is trying to get out of a situation by acting like your doing something else instead.
Maria was being a little possum when Martina asked for her help to do the laundry. Martina spotted her sleeping on the couch instead.
by Carolyn Lelaine September 24, 2007
What everyone should eat mo of.
Eat mo possum. It's great in a stew.
by Bumkicker Slade May 7, 2005
an animal commonly confused with the word awesome. is not actually that awesome. Or maybe it's an opossum.
guy 1: Awesome possums, man!
guy 2: No.
See opossum
by lawlemu February 13, 2011