- 1) nAmericanmarihuana. A word of obscure origin used by schoolchildren and students.2) vbAmericanto have sex (with). The vulgarism invar-iably applies to male sexual activity. It has been recorded in use among Califor-nian pornographers and prostitutes and may have originated as photographers' jargon, from 'splay-shot', employing the standard word (itself a Middle English clipping of 'display').
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Splay — can also refer to::*An audio player intended for console use.:*A Japanese band.:*An SGC term made up by Scott Johnson:See also Splay tree.Splay is a physiological term that refers to the difference between urine threshold (the amount of a… … Wikipedia
splay — UK [spleɪ] / US or splay out UK / US verb [intransitive/transitive] Word forms splay : present tense I/you/we/they splay he/she/it splays present participle splaying past tense splayed past participle splayed Word forms splay out : present tense… … English dictionary
Splay — Splay, a. Displayed; spread out; turned outward; hence, flat; ungainly; as, splay shoulders. [1913 Webster] Sonwthing splay, something blunt edged, unhandy, and infelicitous. M. Arnold. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Splay — Splay, v. t. [Abbrev. of display.] 1. To display; to spread. [Obs.] Our ensigns splayed. Gascoigne. [1913 Webster] 2. To dislocate, as a shoulder bone. [1913 Webster] 3. To spay; to castrate. [Obs. or Prov. Eng.] [1913 Webster] 4. To turn on one… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Splay — Splay, a. (Arch.) A slope or bevel, especially of the sides of a door or window, by which the opening is made larged at one face of the wall than at the other, or larger at each of the faces than it is between them. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Splay — Pays d’origine Japon Genre musical JPop Années d activité 2000 2008 Labels Pony Canyon Splay … Wikipédia en Français
splay — /splay/, v.t. 1. to spread out, expand, or extend. 2. to form with an oblique angle; make slanting; bevel. 3. to make with a splay or splays. 4. to disjoin; dislocate. v.i. 5. to have an oblique or slanting direction. 6. to spread or flare. n. 7 … Universalium
splay — [spleı] v also splay out [I and T] [Date: 1300 1400; Origin: display] to spread apart widely, or to make things do this, especially parts of the body ▪ He sat with his legs splayed out in front of him … Dictionary of contemporary English
splay — [ spleı ] or ,splay out verb intransitive or transitive to stretch or spread something, especially your body or part of your body, in a way that often looks strange: She was splayed out across the couch … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
splay — index deploy, radiate, spread Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
splay — (v.) to spread out, early 14c., shortened form of desplayen (see DISPLAY (Cf. display)). Pp. adj. splayed spread out is attested from 1540s … Etymology dictionary