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hoover
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to clean or vacuum - from the Hoover vacuum cleaner
well am...a real hoover is here..!yo0o0oh0o0o0o0o Comment by: chrisophylum calleza   
"To hoover" in Canada means to eat very fast and too much, as in "he pigged out by hoovering up all the burgers". Comment by: johnny Canuck    Rated:4/5
To "Hoover" can also be used as a word for oral sex, simular to a "blowjob" Comment by: The Ghost of the English Language   
hoover is a guy who sucks on his girlfriends neck and makes a red mark Comment by: T   
Where I'm from the "red mark on the neck" thing is a 'Hicky' or 'love-bite' Comment by: me   
In America, "to hoover" means to take something by force like the gang leader Larry Hoover Comment by: J.D.   
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Hoover
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To swallow something fast
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horny
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in the state of desiring sex
"Girls always ask me why I fuck so much. ... I'm a freak in heat, a dog without warning. My appetite's for sex, 'cause me so horny. Me so horny... Me love you long time." [from the Song Me So Horny by 2 Live Crew]
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Hoser
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What you call your little brother when your Mom isn't around. Also, a stereotypical Canadian male, typically lower to middle class, white and English Canadian. He is especially concerned with drinking beer and watching hockey. The hoser is understood as a product more of rural, suburban or smaller city Canada than of the cosmopolitan larger cities. He's often imagined wearing heavy winter clothing, usually a flannel lumberjack shirt, Kodiak boots and a toque
xD I could totally imagine some guy being like "You lil' hoser!" to his bro. Comment by: Skylar   
Hoser came from pre zamboni days, where as the losing team in a hockey game had to hose down the ice.. Hense making Hoser mean Loser. Comment by: Edmonton   
I haven't heard that term in years! Comment by: Dave   
For heaven's sake, water down the ice after losing, please! Nice urban myth you can pass around the Internet. Hoser is taken from the infinitive "to hose" which in the US is a word that starts with "f". Add an "er" onto that and you have the US equivalent of hoser. Comment by: Nicholas    Rated:1/5
Actually, hoser originated from the term hosehead which came about in the 1930's during the depression area. Hosehead's would siphone gas from vehicles using a hose thus the term. Comment by: Levi   
"Take off...You Hoser." Bob and Doug McKenzie. The Mckenzie Brothers ROCK!! Comment by: CalgaryGuy   
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Hosing
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Canadian for having sex
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hot
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exceptionally attractive, very sexy
"ma bitch is one hot ass motha fuka"
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Hot fix
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Needing to get laid, a jones for sex
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hott
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Posted by: finalmelody
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rank of appearance just below sexy, almost the best compliment on appearance.
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Hottie
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A man or a woman might be called a hottie by someone else who thinks they are very sexy or hot.
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howdy
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hello, from Old West times.
CowBoy hello. Comment by: Sandy Cheeks    Rated:5/5
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Howya
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Posted by: Psyco Syd
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Greeting. Combo of "How are you".
It's also a term that lables someone else as "common" or "scum" maybe "scanger" is the best word. Someone like that is said to be a "Howya"... Comment by: Humble Dub   
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hubby
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a boyfriend in a serious relationship. Also could be slang for "husband"
Slang for husband, but not boyfriend, in US. Comment by: Tedly   
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hummer
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1) to perform oral sex, felate. 2) a large SUV driven by the governor of California
"She gave me a hummer ;-). "
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hummer (2)
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a mistake
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hunk
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an well-built, attractive man
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hurl
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to vomit, to throwup, to "hurl chunks"
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Huxter
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Street vendor
we don't actually say this -___^ Comment by: Meh-heh   
Again never heard of this, where do you people get yer info?! Comment by: Lemons   
Huckster is old english Comment by: mec   
Yup, this Irish. Huxtering is like hustling, or trying to beat someone down on price Comment by: west cork lad   
just because you haven't heard it if your from Ireland doesnt mean its not Irish slang it just may mean your not in an area of Ireland where its used. just like hear in the US the is slang used in the south you would never hear up north. Comment by: james t   
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hype
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to publicize, to emphasize or overemphasize
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