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Punks and Hippies

Historical Dictionary of American Slang

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  • za
    ( n ) Pizza. Let's go to Joe's and get some za.
    1970s
  • zapped
    ( adj ) Exhausted. I am too zapped to help you right now.
    1970s
  • zeen
    ( v ) To understand. I worked 12 hours today, zeen? So I'm mad tired.
    1990s
  • zerbit
    ( v ) To give a contact raspberry or love bite. Joe happily zerbitted Lisa on the neck.
    1990s
  • zinger
    ( n ) Something that gets your attention; a sharp punch line. Aunt Mavis can always come up with a zinger for anything you say.
    1950s
  • zip
    ( n ) Nothing. He knew zip about running the company.
    1970s
  • zippo
    ( n ) Nothing. He knew zippo about running the company.
    1970s
  • zit
    ( n ) A pimple. As teenagers, we used to hold zit popping contests to see who could shoot their zits the farthest.
    1960s
  • zonk
    ( v ) To hit. He zonked me on the head with his baseball glove.
    1950s
  • zonk out
    ( v ) To fall sound asleep. I fell in the bed and zonked out as soon as I got home.
    1970s
  • zonked
    ( adj ) Tired, exhausted. I can't go anywhere; I'm totally zonked.
    1960s
  • zooted
    ( adj ) Drunk, intoxicated. He's been drinking all night; he's zooted.
    1990s
  • zozzled
    ( adj ) Drunk, intoxicated. You're so zozzled you can't stand up.
    1920s
  • Zs
    ( n ) Sleep. I have to get some Zs; I'm zonked.
    1960s

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