Dictionary: U – UG


• UBADOUS
adj. useless, incapable, weakly …a1838 Sc. obs.
 
• UBANGI
n. (offensive) a Black person …1979 US sl.
 
• U-BARREL
n. a large steel drum used for collecting urine where there is no plumbing …2003 Antarctica usage
 
• UBBLE-GUBBLE
n. nonsense; gibberish …20C US sl.
 
• UBBUBBOO
n. a confused crying or yelling; a tumult; turmoil …1702
 
• U.B.D.’D!
int. you be damned! …1910s sl.
 
• UBERANT
adj. abundant, copious …1622 obs. rare
 
 UBERATE
vb. 1. to make plentiful; to make plenteous and fruitful; to abound …1623 obs.
vb. 2. “to give suck, to fatten with the breast” – Cockeram …1623 obs.
 
• UBEROUS
adj. 1. supplying milk or nourishment in abundance; said of animals, etc, or of the breasts …1624 rare
adj. 2. of places: richly productive; fertile …a1626 obs.
adj. 3. abundant, copious, full …1633
 
• UBERTY
n. rich growth; fruitfulness; fertility; copiousness, abundance …a1412 rare
 
• UBI
n. 1. place, position; location …1614 obs.
n. 2. present place or position; whereabouts …1778 obs.
phr. doctors’ shorthand for the facetious diagnoses, Unexplained Beer Injury …2003 UK medical sl.
 
 UBIATION
n. the act of occupying a new place …1624 obs.
 
 UBICATION
n. the condition of being in or occupying a certain place or position; location …1644
 
 UBIETY
n. condition in respect of place or location; whereness …1674
 
 UBIQUARIAN
adj. 1. existing everywhere …1762
adj. 2. met with or experienced everywhere …1825
n. a person who goes everywhere …1767 rare
 
 UBIQUE
adv. everywhere …1709
 
• UBIQUIOUS
adj. present or appearing everywhere …1782 obs. rare
 
• UBIQUIT
vb. to make appear everywhere …1676 obs.
 
 UBIQUITANT
n. one who, or that which is, or can be everywhere at once …1654 obs.
 
 UBIQUITARIAN
n. one who or that which is or can be everywhere at once …1644 obs.
 
 UBIQUITARINESS
n. the quality of being everywhere at once …1655 obs. rare
 
 UBIQUITARY
n. one who or that which is or can be everywhere at once …1587 rare
 
 UBIQUITY
n. 1. the capacity of being everywhere or in all places at the same time …1597
n. 2. locality, region …1633 obs.
 
 UBIT
adj. dwarfish …Bk1905 Sc.
n. a long, hairy caterpillar, esp. the larva of the tiger-moth, from its woolly appearance …1790 Sc.
 
• UBITOUS
adj. extremely small, useless …1880 Sc.
 
 UBITY
n. place, locality …1624 obs. rare
 
• U-BOAT
n. a gangster disloyal to his gang chief …1930 UK criminals’ sl.
 
• UBROWN
brandy …1980s S. Afr. township usage
 
• U.B.S.
n. underwear, usually female (UnderBodies) …1970s US students’ sl.
 
• UBUBBOO
n. a confused crying or yelling; a tumult; turmoil …1702
 
• U.C.
n. an undercover agent …1980s US sl.
 
• UCCLE
n. the image of anyone …1911 Sc.
 
• UC DAI LOI
n. during the Vietnam conflict: an Australian soldier …1975 Aust. sl.
 
• UCKERSAY
n. a gullible person; a dupe …1930 US  Pig Latin for ‘sucker’
 
• UCK-FAY!
int. fuck! …20C US Pig Latin
 
• UCKLE
vb. to cover in …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 
 UCK-SHE-BAH
n. human excrement …B1900 Eng. dial.
 
• UD!
int. God! …1759
 
• UDDER
n. 1. the breast of a woman …a1704 obs.
n. 2. a heap of rubbish, etc …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
n. 3. a despised, disrespected or foolish woman …2001 UK sl.
n. 4. a protruding paunch produced by too much beer drinking …2003 UK sl.
 
• UDDER-MUCKING
adj. untidy, slovenly, dirty, muddling …1896 Eng. dial.
 
• UDDERS
n. the female breasts …E18 sl.
 
• UDDERSOME
adj. queer …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
pron. others …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 
• UDDERWAYS
adj. contrary, disagreeable …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
adv. otherwise …1901 Eng. dial.
 
• UDDIEUDDY
adj. small, insignificant …1908 Sc.
 
• UDGE
vb. to shake convulsively with laughter, etc. …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 
• UDGE AND PUDGE
vb. to strain or exert oneself to the utmost …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 
• UDGIT
n. 1. a term of reproach for a person …1868 Eng. dial.
n. 2. the letter ‘g’ …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 
• UDOMETER
n. a rain-gauge …1825
 
• UD’S BLOOD!
int. an oath; God’s blood! …1607
 
• UD’S BLUFF!
int. an oath …1664
 
• UD’S BOBBLEKENS!
int. an oath …1681
 
• UDS BOBS!
int. an oath …17C
 
• UDS BODKINS!
int. an oath …17C
 
• UD’S BOWS!
int. an oath …1684
 
• UD’S BUD!
int. an oath …1681
 
• UD’S BUDDIKINS!
int. an oath …1740
 
• UD’S DAGGERS!
int. an oath …1607
 
• UD’S DEATH!
int. an oath …1607
 
• UD’S DIGGERS!
int. an oath …1698
 
• UD’S FOOT!
int. an oath …a1586
 
• UD’S HASH!
int. an oath …1676
 
• UDSLID!
int. an oath …1614
 
• UD’S LIFE!
int. an oath …1614
 
• UD’S LIGHT!
int. an oath …1611
 
• UD’S NIGGERS!
int. an oath …1680
 
• UDS NIGGS!;  UD’S NIGS!
int. an oath …1664
 
• UDS NOGGERS!
int. an oath …17C
 
• UDSO!
int. an oath …1611
 
• UDSOOKERS!
int. an oath …1697
 
• UD’S PITTY!
int. an oath …1614
 
• UD’S PRECIOUS!
int. an oath …1613
 
• UD’S SOUL!
int. an oath …1611
 
• UDSWOONS!
int. an oath …1697
 
• UDS WOUNTIKINS!
int. an oath …17C
 
• UDS-MY-LIFE!
int. an oath …17C
 
• UDZOOKERS!
int. an oath …1777
 
• UDZOOKS!
int. an oath …1721
 
• UDZWOOKS!
int. an oath …1698
 
• U-EY
n. a u-turn …1969 US sl.
 
• UFF-DA!
int. an expression of surprise, aversion, disgust, or pain …1950 Amer. dial.
 
• UFRONGIE;  UFRUNGIE
n. a grotesque object; a person of forbidding aspect …a1838 Sc. obs.
 
• UG
n. 1. fear, dread …a1240 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
n. 2. vomited matter …1797 Sc.
n. 3. a feeling of repulsion, disgust, or dislike; a feeling of nausea …1866 Sc. & Eng. dial.
n. 4. an object of disgust; a bad or grotesque appearance; a person of disagreeable, disgusting manners …1866 Sc. & Eng. dial.
n. 5. a surfeit …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
vb. 1. to inspire or affect dread, loathing, or disgust …a1225 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
vb. 2. to abhor, to loathe, to detest; to cause disgust or nausea  …a1340 obs. exc. Sc. & Eng. dial.
vb. 3. to feel dread or apprehension, disgust, or loathing …a1340 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
vb. 4. to annoy, to upset, to exasperate …1808 Sc.
 
• UGANDAN AFFAIRS
n. sexual intercourse …1970s sl.
 
• UGANDAN DISCUSSION
n. sexual intercourse …1970s sl.
 
• UGERTFOW
adj. affecting delicacy of taste; squeamish …1768 Sc.
 
• UGERTFUL
adj. proud; nice, squeamish …1755 Sc. obs.
 
• UGFOU
adj. disgusting …Bk1905 Sc.
 
• UGFU’
adj. sickening, disgusting …a1829 Sc.
 
• UGG
vb. 1. to feel abhorrence or disgust; to loathe; to cause disgust or nausea; to vomit …1722 Sc. & Eng. dial.
vb. 2. to vomit …1824 Sc.
vb. 3. to eat a light meal; to give someone an extra meal; to feed someone well …1866 Sc. obs.
 
• UGG BOOTS
n. sheepskin boots or slippers …1990s sl.
 
• UGGED
adj. 1. horrid, loathsome …1570 obs.
adj. 2. upset, annoyed, disgusted, fed-up …1923 Sc.
 
• UGGIES
n. sheepskin boots or slippers …1990s sl.
 
• UGGIN
adj. disgusting, loathsome, nauseating, objectionable, annoying, vexatious; frightful, horrible, ghastly …1838 Sc.
n. a lunch, a light meal, a snack, frequently of some delicacy or sweetmeat …a1838 Sc.
 
 UGGING
adj. causing loathing or disgust; loathsome, detestable, frightful …1832 Sc.
n. dread, fear, horror, loathing …c1250
 
• UGGINS
n. a light meal, a snack, frequently of some delicacy or sweetmeat …a1838 Sc.
 
• UGGLE
adj. having an appearance or aspect which causes dread or horror; frightful or horrible …1499 obs.
vb. to soil, to besmear …1898 Sc.
 
 UGGLEDY-MUGGLEDY
adj. in confusion …B1900 Eng. dial.
 
• UGGLESOME
 adj. fearful, horrible, gruesome …1561 rare
 
• UGGOVOUS
adj. destitute, having nothing left; incapable, weakly, useless …a1838 Sc. obs.
 
• UGGSOME
adj. disgusting, loathsome, repulsive, horrible …1724 Sc.
 
• UGGY
adj. angry …1886 Eng. dial.
 
• UGH
adj. unpleasant; disagreeable …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
int. expressive of disgust …1837
 
• UGHLY
adj. uglier than ugly …1966 US sl.
 
• UGHTEN
n. the part of the night immediately before daybreak; early morning …971 obs.
 
• UGHY
adj. unpleasant; disagreeable …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
 
• UGIOVOUS
adj. destitute, having nothing left; incapable, weakly, useless …a1838 Sc. obs.
 
• UGJAY
n. a jail …1930 US Pig Latin for ‘jug’
 
• UGLEE
n. an unattractive person, usually female …1950s sl.
 
• UGLESOME
adj. hideous, ugly …1561 obs.
 
• UGLIER THAN A BAGFUL OF ASSHOLES
adj. very ugly …1966 Amer. sl.
 
• THE UGLIES
n. 1. a fit of depression or bad temper …1846 sl.
n. 2. delirium tremens …L19 sl.
n. 3. the state of being unattractive …1950s sl.
n. 4. nitrogen narcosis, ‘rapture of the deep’ …1970s sl.
 
• UGLIFICATION
n. the act or process of making ugly …1820
 
• UGLIFY
vb. to make hideous, ugly, or repulsive in appearance; to disfigure …1576
 
• UGLINESS
n. 1. horror, dread, loathing …c1325 obs.
n. 2. bad temper; disagreeableness …1889 Eng. dial.
 
• UGLISOME
adj. horrible, horrid; ugly …1530 obs. rare
 
• UGLY
adj. 1. ill-tempered, sulky; angry, threatening; disagreeable …1836 Sc. & Eng. & Amer. dial.
adj. 2. depressed, sad …1836 Eng. dial.
adj. 3. awkward; inconvenient …1881 Eng. dial.
adj. 4. huge; uncouth …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
adj. 5. difficult …1990s US students’ sl.
adj. 6. drunk …Bk2009 sl.
n. 1. an ugly or unattractive person or animal; ugliness …1790 Eng. dial.
n. 2. a term of address, as ‘Mr. Ugly’  …M19 sl., derogatory
n. 3. a shade for a bonnet …M19 UK society usage
n. 4. an abuse; a beating …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
n. 5. fornication …1938 Amer. dial.
 
• THE UGLY
n. fornication …20C Amer. dial.
 
• UGLY AS A BAGFUL OF BUSTED ARSEHOLES
adj. very ugly …1980s Aust. & NZ sl.
 
• UGLY AS A BAGFUL OF BUSTED BOILS
adj. very ugly …1980s Aust. & NZ sl.
 
• UGLY AS A HATFUL OF ARSEHOLES
adj. especially ugly …1971 Aust. sl.
 
• UGLY AS A SHITHOUSE RAT
adj. extremely unattractive, ugly …1990s Aust. sl.
 
• UGLY AS A TARANTULA
adj. very angry, unpleasant …L19 sl.
 
• UGLY AS BULL-BEEF
adj. very ugly …M19 sl.
 
• UGLY AS CATSHIT
adj. 1821 sl. – very ugly; extremely repellent
 
• UGLY AS FUCK
adj. very ugly …1989 US sl.
 
• UGLY AS GALVANIZED SIN
adj. 1821 sl. – very ugly; extremely repellent
 
• UGLY AS SIN
adj. very ugly or unattractive …Bk1996 Aust. sl.
 
• UGLY AUSTRALIAN
n. a rough, loutish Australian; an Australian yobbo …1974 Aust. sl.
 
• UGLY BIRD
n. a suspicious character …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 
• UGLY CUSTOMER
n. a person who is likely to cause trouble, or be difficult to deal with; an unpleasant, menacing person …1811
 
• UGLY DUCKLING
n. an unattractive child who turns out more beautiful or admired than was thought possible …Bk1996 Aust. sl.
 
• UGLY ENOUGH TO SCARE A BUZZARD OFF A GUT WAGON
adj. very ugly indeed …1985 Amer. sl.
 
• UGLY ENOUGH TO STOP A CLOCK
adj. ugly, unattractive …1994 sl.
 
 UGLY-FAT
n. a double chin …1881 Eng. dial.
 
• UGLY GUN
n. 1990s US sl. – a semi-automatic weapon
 
• UGLYMAN
n. that member of the garrotting team who actually does the choking …M19 sl.
 
 UGLY-MOUTHED
adj. foul-mouthed, given to bad language …1889 Eng. dial.
 
 UGLYOGRAPHIZE
vb. to spell uncouthly; to write in an uncouth manner …1834
 
• UGLYOGRAPHY
n. bad handwriting; uncouth spelling …1804
 
• UGLY PLUG
n. an ugly face …19C US sl.
 
• UGLY SISTER
n. a blister …1992 UK rhyming sl.
 
• UGLY STICK
n. a notional stick with which a person has been beaten in order to make them ugly …1969 US sl.
 
• UGLY-TEMPERED
adj. ill-tempered, passionate …1890 Ireland & Eng. dial.
 
• UGLY WHISPER
n. a scandal, slander …1891 Eng. dial.
 
• UGMAY
n. a ‘sucker’, a dupe, a gullible person; a fool, or a stupid person …1918 US Pig Latin for ‘mug’
 
• UGRINESS
n. horror …c1375 Sc. obs.
 
• UGS
n. a wife …1992 UK rhyming sl. for ‘missus’
 
 UGSOME
adj. 1. ugly, hideous, disgusting, loathsome, nauseating; frightful; horrible; ghastly …c1400 chiefly Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
adj. 2. of weather: threatening, stormy-looking …1929 Sc.
 
• UGSOMELY
adv. savagely …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 
• UGSOMENESS
n. loathing; loathsomeness; ugliness, repulsiveness …c1440


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