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7 definitions by deluxxe

 
1.
to move quickly. Sometimes for great justice.
But more commonly used to motivate a group of co-workers to get up off their fat asses and go for lunch.
dude, it's lunch time. let's move zig.
von Deluxxe 4. Dezember 2003
 
2.
short form of "disconnected". Usually used in online video games to describe frustration for getting booted from the server due to lag or insane graphic choke caused by noobs trying to run World of Warcraft with a GF2.
c00lguy_23: wtf? laaaaag! ffs dc'd!
h4x0r: lol! n00b!
von deluxxe 4. Oktober 2004
 
3.
when your rage from playing online video games translates in to real life violence.
my friend corpse camped me in World of Warcraft so i went over to his house and beat the crap out of him. OWNED!
von deluxxe 21. Dezember 2004
 
4.
phrase coined in Euro 2004 by a british broadcaster during a Netherlands vs Sweden quarterfinal match.
Originates from an England vs Portugal quarterfinal when famed English set kicker David Beckham blasted a penalty shot 20 feet over the cross bar.
Commonly used now whenever someone shoots a puck/soccerball/basketball miles above the target. Works for pretty much any sport.
Joe Sakic is in alone on a breakaway! he shoots! Ohhh! and he's beckham'd it!
von deluxxe 26. Juni 2004
 
5.
1. Post-rock/Indie band from the UK named after the HMS Hood

2. Famous British battleship (HMS Hood) that was sunk in WW2 by the rival German Battleship Bismarck. Some actually claim the Prinz Eugen fired the fatal shot. No one really knows for sure.
The Brits got their revenge a couple days later when an entire fleet of the country's best ships surrounded the Bismarck and decimated it. The Germans claimed that the Brits were never actually able to sink it and that they scuttled it themselves.
that new Hood album is kinda boring.
von deluxxe 2. Februar 2005
 
6.
Good Bye.
Spy Kids!!!
von Deluxxe 5. März 2004
 
7.
slang for "cocaine"
dude, this party is lame. Let's go back to my crib and hit some chedder.
von Deluxxe 28. April 2004