American Slang Words and Their Meaning

Slang Word

In this article, I am going to talk about the word “dummy” and its slang meaning. What is a “dummy thicc” you ask? A “dummy” in general is someone who is not smart or up-to-date on certain subjects. You will often see people with these names being called “fags”. Now that you know what a “dummy” is, let’s talk about its slang meaning.

How you say slang

Slang words have different meanings depending on how you say them. For example, the term nigger actually means black skin but is usually used in a negative way. Therefore, someone who called his or her partner a nigger would be telling the person that he or she is not a black person. This term is often used by the so-calendars against politically correct people. In short, it can be used as a mild expletive for your superiors and people who think the politically correct way should always be followed.

On the other hand,

Some of the most popular words in the English language have their origin in other languages. For example, the word “apple” has two different meanings. On one hand, the fruit can be eaten while on the other hand, the actual fruit is the size of an apple. The word apple, therefore, has two common meanings, while at the same time describing exactly what an apple looks like.

So, now you might be wondering what the big deal is about all of this. Why are these words so important? Well, as Americans we understand that slang comes in handy when you need a quick word to describe something that is happening in the world today. It is very convenient especially when you are in a hurry. That is why you should learn to use some of these words.

However, you have to understand that although the words are slang, they do have a definition. You have to know the difference between an actual word that describes something and a word that describes an action or a situation. Take “apple” as an example. In order to explain what apple means, you would probably say “an apple”.

The problem

When you say apple, the first thing that comes to mind is the fruit itself. But, when you say apple it means apples. The word, apple, is a word that describes a situation. Therefore, when you say an apple, you are actually saying a situation. “A lot of apples” would be an example of this.

Another example is the word “ball”. When you say the word, this means a football. “A ball” is a description of a situation. When you say balls, it refers to footballs. Again, if you take the word ball and change the context of where you are saying it, you can change the meaning of this word entirely. Just by being able to change the situation, you can make a huge difference in the meaning of many words.

Final example

One final example is the word “ass”. When you say this word, most people think of the buttocks. However, when you say this word with the negative complement, it means butting out. “A butt out is when a person shows off their buttocks without their pants on.” So when you combine these two words together, you get an expression that describes exactly what is being implied.

The above examples just barely touch the surface of the many words that have unique meanings. Some words are so widely used, we could not talk about them all in a single article. However, for those who are interested, there are many online glossaries that you can visit. In fact, I have personally found many free sites where you can find lots of slang words and their meanings. Just type in a search engine the phrase you are looking for and you will soon see lots of results.

This is not to say that these sites are not useful. They are. Just remember to be careful when you are using these sites. For one thing, not all words are suitable for usage in a professional setting. Also, these sites are constantly expanding and you may encounter words that you have never heard before that have completely new meanings!


So, in summary, if you ever need to say something like, “You’re stupid,” or “You’re stupid for saying that,” you can find a perfect word to say the same thing on the World Wide Web. Just make sure that you do not get the wrong translations! The last thing you need is to offend another person because you misheard a word! There is no need to get upset over a silly word or term!