Is pen slang for penitentiary?
Penitentiaries typically house criminals who have committed major crimes. The word is often used in formal contexts. In less formal and slang usage, it is often shortened to pen or the pen, such as in the phrase state pen (a penitentiary run by a state government, as opposed to the federal government).
: a friend made and kept through correspondence.
The album's title refers to Cold's release from prison following a 105-week sentence for drug trafficking. Fresh Out the Pen.
adj. a fair or impartial in action or judgment.
Pen is short for Penitentiary and means a prison.
To pen a record means to write one. Penned means to have written lyrics to a song. The terms “Pen” or “Penitentiary” has been used by 2Pac, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, Roddy Ricch, Lil Wayne, Future, 21 Savage, Kodak Black and many more rappers.
clink (slang) glasshouse (military, informal) gaol. penitentiary (US) slammer (slang)
pen noun [C] (ENCLOSED SPACE)
slang for penitentiary : He served nine years in the state pen.
It comes from the Latin penna, meaning feather. We used to write with feathers that had sharpened quills, and started calling them pens (Middle English) and then evolved them until we get the pens we use today.
pen (n. 1) late 13c., penne, "writing implement made from the hard, hollow stem at the base of a feather," from Old French pene "quill pen; feather" (12c.)
You can hit it in your room. You can hit it in the school bathroom. You can hit it in the car and no one knows.” Using a dab pen, which users often refer to as “ripping” or “hitting the pen,” involves inserting small, pre-filled, flavored hash oil cartridges, or “carts,” into a cylindrical vaporizer called a battery.
What does OG mean in slang terms?
variants or less commonly O.G. plural OGs also OG's or O.G.s or O.G.'s. slang. : someone or something that is an original or originator and especially one that is highly respected or regarded.
The act of clipping a cigar and sucking air through the cigar prior to lighting (also called a cold taste). This can tell you if a cigar will draw, and it will also give you a first impression of how the cigar may taste after lighting.
What is a Holding Pen? The holding pen is airport slang for the waiting area at an airport gate where passengers wait prior to boarding the aircraft.
Definitions of holding pen. a pen where livestock is temporarily confined. synonyms: holding paddock, holding yard. type of: pen. an enclosure for confining livestock.
IMK means "In My Knowledge." The abbreviation IMK is used with the meaning "In My Knowledge" when the sender wishes to indicate that they are not completely sure of the statement that they are making, but believe it be true.
slang. an ostentatiously stylish person. Also: sharpy. [1855–60, Amer.; sharp + -ie]
If you've been listening to hip-hop for the past few weeks, there's no doubt that you've heard a number of rappers mention "Molly," a pure form of MDMA (the active ingredient in Ecstasy) that's quickly becoming the most popular designer drug of the moment.
- bust a nut – ejaculate.
- bust a move – to act first in an altercation, to perform a dance step. ...
- coolin' it – relaxing.
- da bomb – the bomb; cool, appealing, or popular.
- keep it trill – keep it true and real (true + real = trill)
- off the hook – unbelievable, outrageous, wild, etc.
JAIL: A verb meaning to do time correctly and competently without getting in trouble. J-CAT: An inmate with mental issues.
A spread is a prison meal made by inmates. Spreads are often made with commissary ingredients, such as instant ramen and corn puffs. Spreads can be simple meals, or elaborate and inventive combinations of ingredients.
What does P shot mean in slang?
This means your doctor takes your own cells and tissues and injects them into your penile tissues to promote tissue growth and purportedly give you better erections. The most popular form is called the Priapus Shot.
Bird. This is British slang for a girl or a woman. 26. Mug. “Mug” is more specifically London slang and is associated with the cockney accent.
Jail vs Gaol
They ultimately are the same word – Old Northern French used the form gayol and Parisian French the form jaile. Both forms existed in English but the form gaol was the one that had been taken on by British law. Of course the gaol spelling gives rise to the inevitable confusion between gaol and goal.
Cockney, dialect of the English language traditionally spoken by working-class Londoners. Cockney is also often used to refer to anyone from London—in particular, from its East End.
I looked up the Latin for “pen.” There were several choices, but my favorites were ““stylus” and ““stilus.” Add “ophile” to the root and we have “stylophile” or “stilophile.”