Dictionary: UNI – UNL


• UNI
n. 1. university; a university …1898 Aust. & NZ sl.
n. 2. a school uniform; pronounced ‘unny’ …1947 UK sl.

• UNIBOOB
n. a woman’s chest clothed in a manner that presents the two breasts as a single entity …2001 US sl.

• UNICORN
n. 1. a cuckold …17C sl.
n. 2. a coach drawn by three horses, two abreast and one in the lead …1785 UK criminals’ sl.
n. 3. two men and one woman, or two women and one man banded together to steal …1859 US criminals’ sl.
n. 4. a snail …Bk1905 Sc.

• UNICORN-FISH
n. the narwhal …Bk1905 Sc.

• UNICUNDE
adj. native, foreign …c1205 obs.

• UNIFEIE
adj. immense …c1205 obs.

• UNIFOH
adj. immense …c1275 obs.
adv. extremely …c1275 obs.

• UNIFORM
n. 1. a uniformed policeman …1920s sl.
n. 2. a member of the armed forces …1941 US sl.
n. 3. a uniformed police officer, as distinguished from a detective in street clothes …1969 US sl.
n. 4. a homosexual male who dresses in some form of uniform, e.g. military or police …1970s homosexual usage
n. 5. a prison officer …1970s

• UNIFORM TANGO
n. an Uncle Tom; a Black person who curries favour from Whites through obsequious, fawning behaviour …1991 US sl.

• UNILIMP
n. misfortune, mishap …c1200

• UNIMAKE
n. a non-equal, a superior …c1205 obs.

• UNINTERESTING
adj. of a computer problem: subject to being solved with enough time, not requiring creative problem-solving skills …1991 US sl.

• UNION
n. 1. copulation; the sexual joining of a male and a female …17C
n. 2. marriage …euphemism

• THE UNION
n. the workhouse …L19 sl.

• UNIONALLS
n. 1. overalls …1917 Amer. dial.
n. 2. long underwear …1967 Amer. dial.

• UNION-BOX
n. a pauper’s coffin …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNION CARD
n. a university degree certificate …1970s US college sl.

• UNIONHALLS
n. long underwear …1967 Amer. dial.

• UNION JACK
n. 1. Argentine frozen beef …1900s sl.
n. 2. the back …1992 UK rhyming sl.
n. 3. a multiple bet on 9 selections …2001 UK sl.

• UNION PACIFIC
n. in poker: a hand consisting of three sixes and a pair …1988 US sl.

• UNIONS
n. 1. long underwear …1909 Amer. dial.
n. 2. overalls …1986 Amer. dial.

• UNION WAGE
n. the police …1970s African-American sl.

• UNIQUEME
adj. unpleasant, inconvenient …a1250 obs.

• UNIRIMED
adj. unnumbered …c1205 obs.

• UNISAHT
adj. unreconciled …c1175 obs.

• UNISELE
adj. unhappy, wretched …c1205 obs.
n. unhappiness, misery …c1205 obs.

• UNISELI
adj. unhappy, wretched …c1175 obs.

• UNISELICHE
adv. unhappily, wretchedly …c1205 obs.

• UNISELTH
n. unhappiness, misfortune …a1200 obs.

• UNISEX
adj. pert. to a lack of distinction between the sexes …L1960s US sl.

• UNISIBBE
n. dissension, strife …c1205 obs.

• UNISOME
adj. at variance …a1250 obs.

• UNISUNDE
n. unsoundness; injury …c1205 obs.

• UNIT
n. 1. a gadget; a nameless object …20C US sl.
n. 2. a person …1960s US college sl.
n. 3. the vagina …1978 US sl.
n. 4. the penis …1985 US sl.
n. 5. a young woman …1980s US college sl.

• UNITED PARCEL SERVICE
n. any amphetamine, methamphetamine or other central nervous system stimulant …1976 US sl.

• UNITED STATES
n. English as used in the United States …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.

• UNITHARF
n. evil, mischief …c1200 obs.

• UNIT MACHINE
n. a diligent student …Bk1942 Amer. college sl.

• UNITS
n. parents …1987 US sl.

• UNIVELE
adj. evil …c1205 obs.

• THE UNIVERSAL STAIRCASE
n. the treadmill (a large wheel turned by the weight of people or animals treading on steps fitted into its inner surface, formerly used to drive machinery) …1851 UK criminals’ sl.

• UNIVERSANIMOUS
adj. unanimous …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.

• THE UNIVERSITY
n. any large London prison …1770 UK criminals’ sl. obs.

• UNIVERSITY OF A BILLION CHINKS
n. the University of British Columbia ….2001 Can. sl.

• UNIVERSITY OF FREEBIES
n. the University of Florida …2004 US sl.

• UNIVERSITY OF HARD KNOCKS
n. experience, esp. when valued against a university education …1984 UK sl.

• UNIVERSITY OF LIFE
n. experience, esp. when valued against a university education …1959 UK sl.

• UNIWEALD
n. lack of control …c1200 obs.

• UNIWELDE
adj. unwieldy …c1205 obs.

• UNIWIDERE
n. bad weather …c1175 obs.

• UNIWILL
n. unwillingness …c1175 obs.

• UNK
n. uncle …20C sl.

• UNKAIMED
adj. uncombed; untidy, unkempt …1801 Sc.

• UNKAMED
adj. uncombed; untidy, unkempt …1801 Sc.

• UNK-DRAY
adj. drunk …Bk2009 Pig Latin for ‘drunk’

• UNKED
adj. 1. of a place: lonely, dreary, desolate; of a person: feeling lonely; dull, depressed, miserable; out of sorts …1777 Eng. dial.
adj. 2. uncouth, awkward, shy, ill-behaved; untidy; ugly; unpleasant, uncomfortable, inconvenient …1783 Eng. dial.
adj. 3. unknown, strange, unusual, odd, unfamiliar …1783 Eng. dial.
adj. 4. weird, uncanny; insane; ominous of evil; horrid, ghastly, terrible …1861 Eng. dial.
adj. 5. cross, out of temper; silent, sulky …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNKEDNESS
n. 1. loneliness, strangeness …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
n. 2. gloomy weather …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNKEMBED
adj. uncombed; untidy, unkempt …1801 Sc. & Eng. dial.

• UNKEMMED
adj. uncombed; untidy, unkempt …1801 Eng. dial.

• UNKEN
vb. to fail to know or recognize; to be ignorant …1788 Sc.

• UNKENNABLE
adj. 1. innumerable …1818 Sc.
adj. 2. imperceptible, inconspicuous …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
adj. 3. not recognizable …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNKENNED
adj. unknown, strange, unfamiliar; of no repute …1807 Sc. & Eng. dial.

• UNKENSOME
adj. unknown …1802 Sc.

• UNKENSPAK
adj. inconspicuous, obscure …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNKEPT
adj. unkempt …1858 Amer. dial.

• UNKERD
adj. weird, uncanny; insane; ominous of evil; horrid, ghastly, terrible …1861 Eng. dial.

• UNKERSTENED
adj. unchristened ,,,1873 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.

• UNKEST
adj. not yet accustomed or adapted to one’s surroundings …Bk1905 Eng. dial. obs.

• UNKETTY
adj. of the weather: close, sultry, depressing …1895 Eng. dial.

• UNKEY
n. 1. a form of address to a Black male whose name one does not know or ignores …M19 sl.
n. 2. a general term of address to a man …20C sl.

• UNKID
adj. 1. of a place: lonely, dreary, desolate; of a person: feeling lonely; dull, depressed, miserable; out of sorts …1777 Eng. dial.
adj. 2. uncouth, awkward, shy, ill-behaved; untidy; ugly; unpleasant, uncomfortable, inconvenient …1783 Eng. dial.
adj. 3. unknown, strange, unusual, odd, unfamiliar …1783 Eng. dial.
adj. 4. weird, uncanny; insane; ominous of evil; horrid, ghastly, terrible …1861 Eng. dial.
adj. 5. of the weather: close, sultry, depressing …1895 Eng. dial.
adj. 6. betokening bad weather; stormy …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
adv. very …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
n. 1. news, esp. strange news; generally in plural …1790 Eng. dial.
n. 2. a strange thing …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNKIE
n. 1. uncle …20C sl.
n. 2. morphine …1950s drug culture sl.

• UNKIN
adj. unknown, strange …1898 Sc.
adv. very, unusually …1892 Sc.
n. news, tidings …1889 Sc.

• UNKIND
adj. 1. unnatural …1891 Eng. dial.
adj. 2. strange, lonely …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
adj. 3. of the weather: unseasonable, ungenial …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
adj. 4. rough, crooked …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNKINDLY
adj. unnatural; unthriving; undesirable …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNKIRSEN
adj. unfit for food; inedible …Bk1905 Sc.

• UNKJAY
n. a heroin addict …1940s Pig Latin for ‘junkie’

• UNKNOWING
adj. unknown …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNKNOWN
adj. doing good secretly …1790 Eng. dial.

• UNKNOWNST
adj. 1. unknown; without anyone’s knowledge …1842 Eng. dial.
adj. 2. ignorant …1848 Ireland

• UNKPAY
n. an amateur, a newcomer, a tyro, a dupe, a sucker …1937 US Pig Latin for ‘punk’

• UNKY
adj. of a place: lonely, dreary, desolate; of a person: feeling lonely; dull, depressed, miserable; out of sorts …1777 Eng. dial.
n. 1. a form of address to a Black male whose name one does not know or ignores …M19 sl.
n. 2. a general term of address to a man …20C sl.

• UNLAID
adj. of a woman: virgin …1960s sl.

• UNLAIGHT
 adj. doleful, serious, woebegone …Bk1905 Eng. dial. obs.

• UNLAP
vb. to unfold, to unwrap …1895 Eng. dial.

• UNLARED
adj. unlearned …Bk1905 Eng. dial. obs.

• UNLAW
n. 1. a law which has no real authority …1775 Sc. obs.
n. 2. a transgression of the law; an act of injustice; an injury …Bk1905 Sc. obs.

• UNLAWFULLY BEGOTTEN
adj. pert. to a bastard

• UNLAX
vb. to relax, to unwind …1920s US sl.

• UNLEAD
n. 1. a wicked person with evil intentions; a scandalous fellow; an outlaw …1677 Eng. dial. obs.
n. 2. a crawling, venomous creature; a destroyer of farm produce …Bk1905 Eng. dial. obs.

• UNLEADED COFFEE
n. 1980s US sl. – decaffeinated coffee

• UNLEEZE
vb. to disentangle …1889 Sc.

• UNLEADED
adj. of coffee and soft drinks: caffeine-free …1996 US sl.

• UNLEF
adj. unbelieving …c1200 obs.

• UNLEFLICH
adj. incredible …a1225 obs.

• UNLEGAL
adj. 1. illegal …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
adj. 2. of a child: illegitimate …1967 Amer. dial.

• UNLEISUM
adj. unlawful, illegal …1681 Sc. obs.

• UNLEPPED
adj. uncovered …a1225 obs.

• UNLESSEN
conj. unless …1905 Eng. & Amer. dial.
prep. except …1997 Amer. dial.

• UNLICKED
adj. uncouth, aggressively adolescent …Bk1958 sl.

• UNLIFTY
adj. awkward, clumsy, unwieldy …1746 Eng. dial.

• UNLIGHT
vb. to alight, to dismount …1901 Eng. dial.

• UNLIKE
adj. 1. bad, displeasing …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
adj. 2. unlikely, improbable …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNLIKELY
adj. 1. of the weather: threatening …1885 Amer. dial.
adj. 2. bad, displeasing …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNLIMP
n. misfortune, mishap …c1200 obs.

• UNLINK
vb. to rise up from a stooping position …Bk1905 Sc.

• UNLISTENED
adj. disinclined, not disposed …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNLISTING
adj. disinclined, spiritless, unwilling …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNLISTY
adj. listless …Bk1905 Eng. dial. obs.

• UNLOAD
vb. 1. to take someone’s money or possessions …M18 sl.
vb. 2. to drop, to dispose of, to get rid of …M19 sl.
vb. 3. to ejaculate …M19 sl.
vb. 4. to throw a punch, to beat up …20C sl.
vb. 6. to offer one’s opinion …1900s sl.
vb. 7. to alight from a train, etc., to get off or out of a vehicle …1904 US sl.
vb. 8. to fire one’s gun …1910s US sl.
vb. 9. to give information, to ‘squeal’, to betray …1925 US criminals’ sl.
vb. 10. to defecate …1940s sl.
vb. 11. on the railway: to end a work shift or to jump off a moving train …1977 US sl.
vb. 12. in air combat: to accelerate …1990 US sl.
vb. 13. in Australian Rules football: to pass the ball …Bk1996 Aust. sl.

• UNLOADING
n. masturbation …1990s sl.

• UNLOAD PEWTER
vb. to drink beer from pewter pots …1848 UK criminals’ sl.

• UNLOASE
vb. to loose …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNLOTHNESS
n. harmlessness, innocence …a1225 obs.

• UNLOVESOME
adj. 1. unlovely, disgusting, repulsive …1725 Sc. obs.
adj. 2. without affection …Bk1905 N. Eng. dial.

• UNLUCKY
adj. 1. depressed, miserable …1889 Eng. dial.
adj. 2. mischievous, troublesome …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNLUCKY FOR SOME
n. 1. in bingo: the number 13 …1940 sl.
n. 2. £13 …1940s sl.

• UNLUDE
n. an unpleasant noise …a1275 obs.

• UNLUESOMELIKE
adj. unattractive, unpleasant …1892 Sc.

• UNLUSTY
adj. unwieldy, very fat …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNLUVED
adj. unallowed, illicit …c1200 obs.


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