Slang Words

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  • -luh
    (vs5)
    -lu' and -laH combined (marked, slang)
  • celwiz
    (noun)
    accountant, financier (slang)
  • deg
    (verb)
    act without a plan, improvise (slang)
  • kaf
    (verb)
    agree with routinely (slang), always agree with (slang), always cooperate with (slang), cooperate with routinely (slang)
  • hazdibah
    (noun)
    animal, meat, dog (slang insult), cur (slang insult), inferior person (slang)
  • fib
    (noun)
    ankle (also slang term of deprecation)
  • gig
    (noun)
    assignment, task, duty (slang)
  • fup
    (noun)
    authority, power, one in authority or in charge (slang)
  • dac
    (verb)
    be absent, be not attentive (slang), be distracted (slang), be lacking focus (slang)
  • zig
    (verb)
    be cursed (slang), be jinxed (slang)
  • qop
    (verb)
    be dead (referring to food) (slang)
  • xuh
    (verb)
    be exhilarated (slang), be stimulated (slang), be invigorated (slang)
  • kuz
    (verb)
    be great (slang), be wonderful (slang), be excellent (slang), be splendid (slang), be good (slang)
  • qom
    (verb)
    be hazardous (slang), be perilous (slang), be treacherous (slang)
  • sas
    (verb)
    be horizontal, be shallow (slang), be superficial (slang), be uncritical (slang), be unfortunate (slang), be not good (slang)
  • vil
    (verb)
    be ridgy, be cool (slang)
  • qad
    (verb)
    be safe (slang), be protected (slang)
  • naz
    (verb)
    be salty, be brackish, be sure (slang), be definite (slang), be positive (slang), be certain (slang)
  • sub
    (verb)
    be solid, be brave (slang), be heroic (slang), be bold (slang), be valiant (slang), be intrepid (slang)
  • huy
    (verb)
    be spicy, be piquant, be hot, be randy (slang), be horny (slang)
  • bej
    (verb)
    be sure (slang), be definite (slang), be positive (slang), be certain (slang)
  • cof
    (verb)
    be vertical, be good (slang), be excellent (slang), be great (slang), be wonderful (slang), be splendid (slang), be profound (slang), be thorough (slang), be careful (slang)
  • pin
    (noun)
    boss, expert, authority (slang)
  • yan
    (noun)
    bow (slang)
  • pupkaz
    (verb)
    bribe (slang)
  • pawz
    (verb)
    butt heads (slang)
  • dezcel
    (adv)
    by the way, parenthetically (slang)
  • luh
    (verb)
    cause (someone) to confess or reveal a secret, exact a confession (slang)
  • yiv
    (verb)
    chew, annoy (slang), bother (slang), irk (slang), irritate (slang)
  • zep
    (verb)
    consume soup, Human-style kiss (slang)
  • baghaz
    (verb)
    crack a code (slang)
  • nax
    (verb)
    drain, use up, consume, expend, be reprehensible (slang), be disgusting (slang), be contemptible (slang)
  • bachaz
    (verb)
    err (slang), make a mistake (slang)
  • cenhaz meyriz
    (verb)
    fail to climax (slang)
  • vonluz
    (verb)
    fail utterly (slang)
  • buyz fop
    (excl)
    good news, it's good to hear that (slang)
  • gew duj
    (noun)
    helicopter (slang)
  • jirwiz duj
    (noun)
    helicopter (slang)
  • hoz
    (noun)
    idol (slang)
  • moh
    (verb)
    influence, exert undue influence on (slang)
  • gawz
    (noun)
    insecure one, one full of self-doubt, self-doubter (regional slang)
  • hak
    (verb)
    intervene in (a situation) (slang)
  • duj fadhaz
    (noun)
    irresponsible person, undisciplined person (slang)
  • mes
    (verb)
    knot, tie a knot in something, encrypt (slang)
  • moz
    (noun)
    motive (slang), motivation (slang), grounds (slang), reason (slang), rationale (slang)
  • xam
    (noun)
    order, structure (societal) (slang)
  • hurzik
    (noun)
    outsider, foreigner (slang)
  • hak
    (verb)
    perform surgery (on), tinker (slang)
  • cab
    (noun)
    pie, tart, dumpling, invention (slang), innovation (slang), cake
  • nix naq
    (noun)
    pigment stick (slang)
  • naq
    (noun)
    ponytail (slang)
  • qeb
    (noun)
    ponytail holder (slang)
  • jav
    (noun)
    prisoner (slang)
  • tey
    (verb)
    scrape, be uncomfortably close (slang)
  • hutmah
    (noun)
    sexual climax (slang)
  • pid
    (verb)
    slang for laS (ink up, put paint on a brush)
  • taqbaf
    (noun)
    slang for urine and/or fecal matter
  • hol goq
    (noun)
    slang, fresh language (mostly used by younger Klingons)
  • muzmey goq
    (noun)
    slang, fresh words (mostly used by younger Klingons)
  • sij
    (verb)
    slit, be insightful (slang), be clever (slang)
  • cax
    (noun)
    soup (thick), nonsense (slang), balderdash (slang)
  • jat
    (verb)
    speak incoherently (slang), mumble (slang)
  • bocmohwiz
    (noun)
    sycophant, flatterer (slang)
  • cuh
    (verb)
    throw (a spear) at, hurl (a spear) at, explain clearly to (slang), clarify for (slang), specify for (slang)
  • borkuz
    (verb)
    thunder (slang)
  • zurg neh
    (verb)
    tinker (slang)
  • tav neh
    (verb)
    tinker (slang)
  • yad
    (noun)
    toe, sword (slang)
  • bolwiz
    (noun)
    traitor (slang)
  • sen
    (verb)
    use the thumb, scoff (slang)
  • hom
    (noun)
    weakling, runt, scrawny one, skinny one (slang)
  • yeb
    (noun)
    wrist (also slang term of deprecation)