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You carryin' steel?
by d00d June 26, 2003
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A fucking piece of metal thats strong. ...Stronger than you, I bet.
by Robert Hooke June 25, 2003
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rare but awesome surname

steels are better than everyone else
person 1 - "dude what's your surname?".. person 2 - "..steel".. person 1 - "wow you the best man"
by mypseudonymiscoolerthanurs August 13, 2010
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I brought that lil' honey home, started kissing on her, and then whipped out the steel, and we went all night long.
by senatorrob05 August 26, 2004
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A hard, strong, durable, malleable alloy of iron and carbon, with bits of other stuff in it like carbon, maganese, chromium, nickel, molybdenum, copper, tungsten, cobalt, silicon or a bunch of other impressive-sounding hard things. Its normally used to make structures and other stuff you want to be some-what durable. It also makes your product sound much more safe and cool, like the whole "New-Steel" thing in cars.
To ensure maximum safety and durability, all fisher price products will now be produced from the New-Steel.
by The Black Plague June 22, 2003
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1. "He's packin' steel."
2. "I'm putting a different kind of steel up to my grille."
by John Mccon April 27, 2007
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A weapon, typically a knife or blade of 2-6 inches easily concealed but also pertaining to any weapon made of metal, usually bladed from a trench spike to a sword.

Can also be used to describe a handgun
From Kill Bill:
Hattori Hanzo: What brings you to Okinawa?

The Bride: I'm here to see a man.

Hattori Hanzo: Oh yeah? You have a friend living in Okinawa?

The Bride: Not quite.

Hattori Hanzo: Not a friend?

The Bride: I've never met him.

Hattori Hanzo: Never? Who is he, may I ask?

The Bride: Hattori Hanzo.

Hattori Hanzo: Serious, switches to Japanese What do you want with Hattori Hanzo?

The Bride: Japanese I need Japanese steel.

Hattori Hanzo: Japanese Why do you need Japanese steel?

The Bride: Japanese I have vermin to kill.

Hattori Hanzo: English You must have big rats if you need Hattori Hanzo's steel.

The Bride: English ... Huge.
by Kid Kane June 06, 2011
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