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ta-ta - (au revoir - goodbye. Au revoir is French for goodbye. Note this particular rhyming slang is not substantiated and is included here purely for its interest value in having possible cockney rhyming slang connections or influence. Ta-ta meaning au revoir and goodbye via rhyming slang is suggested or inferred by some sources to be a possible origin or contributory factor in the development of the ta-ta or tar-tar slang for goodbye. The precise origins of ta-ta and similar variations, such as tatty-bye, are unknown, and the cockney rhyming link is not proven and likely to remain merely a possibility. Ta-ta meaning goodbye was first recorded in 1837. Ta-ta has other possible links with the theatrical expression, normally shown as ta-dah. Ta-ta is also mainly linked with nursery slang because it is easier for very young children to say than goodbye. Interestingly the ta-ta expression is very popular in India (thanks L Knight) and although evidence generally suggests that it came to India from England in colonial times, this still leaves English origins unresolved. If you are able to shed any useful light on this matter - ., any possible cockney rhyming connections between ta-ta and au revoir and goodbye, or Indian origins - please get in touch.)

A cocaine user is sometimes called a "base head." A woman who trades sex for drugs or drug money is known as a "rock star." When someone is using cocaine they are "chalked up," and if the cocaine user loses control they are "based out." When a user is on the floor searching for cocaine this is called "base crazies," "chicken scratch," or "picking."

A person who sells cocaine is called a "snowman," and selling cocaine is known as being "behind the scale" or, if it is powder cocaine, "rocking this P." Crack cocaine may be sold in bags known as "working bags." grams of cocaine is known as an "eight ball," and one kilogram is a "girl." A "one on one house" is a place to buy cocaine, and a "smoke house" is another term for a crack house.

Cocaine is usually smuggled into the country. A person who smuggles cocaine across the border in his or her intestines by swallowing bags of cocaine is called a "mule." If someone is turning cocaine into a form that can be smoked, called crack, they are said to be "cooking up."

Roger ( / ˈ r ɒ dʒ ər / , / ˈ r oʊ dʒ ər / ) [1] is a masculine given name and a surname . The given name is derived from the Old French personal names Roger and Rogier . These names are of Germanic origin, derived from the elements hrōd ("fame", "renown") and gār , gēr ("spear", "lance"). The name was introduced into England by the Normans . [2] In Normandy , the Frankish name had been reinforced by the Old Norse cognate Hróðgeirr . [3] The name introduced into England replaced the Old English cognate Hroðgar . Roger became a very common given name during the Middle Ages . A variant form of the given name Roger is Rodger . [4] The surname Roger is sometimes an Anglicised form of the Gaelic surname Mac Ruaidhrí . [5]

5slang names for steroids

5 slang names for steroids

Roger ( / ˈ r ɒ dʒ ər / , / ˈ r oʊ dʒ ər / ) [1] is a masculine given name and a surname . The given name is derived from the Old French personal names Roger and Rogier . These names are of Germanic origin, derived from the elements hrōd ("fame", "renown") and gār , gēr ("spear", "lance"). The name was introduced into England by the Normans . [2] In Normandy , the Frankish name had been reinforced by the Old Norse cognate Hróðgeirr . [3] The name introduced into England replaced the Old English cognate Hroðgar . Roger became a very common given name during the Middle Ages . A variant form of the given name Roger is Rodger . [4] The surname Roger is sometimes an Anglicised form of the Gaelic surname Mac Ruaidhrí . [5]

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