Slang BROKEN HEART means

BROKEN HEART means: Broken heart is London Cockney rhyming slang for to emit wind from the anus (fart).

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BROKEN HEART means: Broken heart is London Cockney rhyming slang for to emit wind from the anus (fart).

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Slang: BROKEN HEART means: Broken heart is London Cockney rhyming slang for to emit wind from the anus (fart).

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Meaning of BROKEN HEART

BROKEN HEART means: Broken heart is London Cockney rhyming slang for to emit wind from the anus (fart).

Meaning of heart

heart means: Verb. To love. From the use of the heart symbol ♥ to mean love. E.g."I heart my new shoes."

Meaning of AFTER ONE'S OWN HEART

AFTER ONE'S OWN HEART means: After one's own heart is slang for of similar interests or sensibilities.

Meaning of eat one's heart out

eat one's heart out means: To gnaw at, disturb, vex. It is best to talk about your problems than let them eat your heart out.

Meaning of HEART

HEART means: Heart is American slang for a dexedrine pill.

Meaning of GET TO THE HEART

GET TO THE HEART means: Get to the heart of is slang for to determine the most important element.

Meaning of BULLOCK'S HEART

BULLOCK'S HEART means: Bullock's heart is old London Cockney rhyming slang for to emit wind from the anus (fart).

Meaning of CHICKEN HEART

CHICKEN HEART means: Chicken heart is London Cockney rhyming slang for wind emitted from the anus (fart).

Meaning of avoir le cœur sur les lèvres

avoir le cœur sur les lèvres means: wear one’s heart on one’s sleeve (lit.: have the heart on the lips)

Meaning of avoir le coeur sur la main

avoir le coeur sur la main means: be kindhearted; give the shirt off one’s back; wear one’s heart on one’s sleeve (lit.: have the heart in the hand)

Meaning of BROKEN WRISTED

BROKEN WRISTED means: Broken wristed is British slang for a male homosexual.

Meaning of Does What it Says on the Tin

Does What it Says on the Tin means: Suspicious. Broken or nearly broken.

Meaning of Build

Build means: The heart, soul and life force of every character. A character without a build is like a human without a heart. A build combines your primary attributes (Health, Magicka, Stamina), your secondary attributes (Armor, Weapon Damage etc.) your class, your gear, your combination of abilities, your race and your buffs into your character's overall proficiency.

Meaning of Jam Tart

Jam Tart means: Heart

Meaning of Biscuit

Biscuit means: Your heart

Slang definitions, words, phrases and meanings

Meaning of DIAL

DIAL means: Dial is British slang for the face.

Meaning of DUNOP

DUNOP means: Dunop is British slang for a pound sterling.

Meaning of sack

sack means: Noun. 1. Bed. E.g."Let's hit the sack, I'm exhausted." See 'hit the sack'. [Orig. U.S.] 2. Dismissal from employment.Verb. To dismiss from employment. E.g."I was sacked because of my poor time keeping. I was consistently late arriving at work in the mornings."

Meaning of Innit (though)

Innit (though) means: "agreed", or when asked it means "isn't that so?", if said with though it is asking for everyone's approval. Usually comes at end of sentence.

Meaning of Flog

Flog means: Spittle.

Meaning of John Thomas

John Thomas means: Yet another word for a blokes willy! I always felt a bit sorry for people who were actually called John Thomas. What were their parents thinking?

Meaning of Diddle

Diddle means: to rip someone off

Meaning of Weston-Super-Mare

Weston-Super-Mare means: Nightmare. Went for an interview yesterday - it was a total Weston-Super. Weston Super Mare is the main coastal resort of North Somerset.

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Meaning of UEKEOCIUX

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