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Babylon
(n.) the corrupt establishment, the "system", Church and State, the police, a policeman
Bait
(n.) punk, fool, loser
Bashment
(n.) a highly enjoyable event or remarkable thing., party, dance, session
Battyman
(n.) male homosexual.
Bax, Box
(v.) to slap hard or hit someone.
Beat
(v.) To exercise use of something; "Let's go beat some juice", "I beat 2 patty for lunch".
Bee, B
(n.) female as described by a male to another male
Bere a large quantity of any given thing; "That dance had bere vibes!"
Blem
(v.) mix up, add to (n.) usually referring to tobacco or other smokable leaf to add to a marijuana cigarette
Bills
(n.) one hundred dollar bill
Boss
(n.) Person in a respectable position, a respected person
Breddrin
(n.) Friend - usually masculine
BAD
(adj.) good, great
BAD BWAI
(n.) (bad boy) refering to a bold man; a compliment , one who has committed a crime. (rude bwai, ruddy, baddy)
BADNESS
(n.) hooligan behavior, violence for its own sake
BAFAN, BAFHAN, BAFHAND
(adj.) clumsy; awkward
BAG-A-WIRE
(n.) traitor, betrayer
BAGGY
(n.) underpants for a woman.