- nBritishcannabis, marihuana. An altered pro-nunciation of blow, heard since 2000.
Contemporary slang . 2014.
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blaw — /blaw/, v.i., v.t. Scot. and North Eng. blow2. * * * … Universalium
blaw — ˈblȧ, ˈblȯ verb (blawed ; blawn ; blawing ; blaws) Etymology: Middle English (northern dialect) blawen, from Old English blāwan more at blow chiefly Scotland : blow * * * /blaw/, v.i., v.t. Scot. and North Eng. blow2 … Useful english dictionary
Blaw — Recorded as Blaw, Blow, Blowes, Blows, Blower, and Blowers, this is an English surname. It is of medieval origins and an occupational name for someone who operated a bellows. This was most probably in connection with an ironworks, although a horn … Surnames reference
blaw — verb (blawed; blawn; blawing) Etymology: Middle English (northern dialect) blawen, from Old English blāwan Date: before 12th century chiefly Scottish blow … New Collegiate Dictionary
Blaw-Knox-Sendeturm — Blaw Knox Sendemast in Lakihegy, Ungarn Ein Blaw Knox Sendeturm ist ein abgespannter, selbststrahlender Sendemast für Mittelwelle in Form einer Doppelpyramide. Der Blaw Knox Sendeturm fungiert als gegen Erde isolierter selbststrahlender Sendemast … Deutsch Wikipedia
Blaw-Knox — is one of the most prominent manufacturers of road paving equipment in the world. It is currently part of Ingersoll Rand.Eventually a maker of highway pavers with factories and offices in many countries, BlawKnox started as a maker of concrete… … Wikipedia
Blaw-Knox tower — The Blaw Knox company was a manufacturer of steel structures and construction equipment based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The company is today best known for its radio towers, most of which were constructed during the 1930s in the United States … Wikipedia
blauw — blaw … Woordenlijst Sranan
Telecommunications in Bulgaria — Blaw Knox tower and two mast antennae, Vakarel radio transmitter Telephones – main lines in use: 2.3 million (2007) Telephones – mobile cellular: 9.87 million (2007) (110% penetration rate) Telephone system: General assessment: an extensive but… … Wikipedia
blogosphere — (BLAW.gus.feer) n. The collection of all bloggers, blog sites, blog readers, and blog text. Example Citations: One more way to communicate: blogging, a form of online journal. Blogcount, a Web site that tracks what it calls the blogosphere,… … New words