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Fo Co

(rhyming) Refers to Forsyth County, a county that is part of the metropolitan area of Atlanta, Georgia. This is only used in informal conversation or writing. ="Happy to be back in Fo More…

Fo real

Exclaimed when something is true. =Clipped down from the phrase "For real." Etymology : Real means true. ="I can't wait to go home!" "Fo real, man." More…

Fo Shizzle

Black slang term for agreeing wholeheartedly. Has become somewhat of a joke when said in conversation. Dave Chappelle of “Chappelle’s Show” commonly pokes fun at black More…

Fo Sho

A phrase that is used to express certainty Originally, this term came from the phrase “for sure,” which expressed assurance, but colloquial variations of the phrase could lead More…

Fo Sho (1)

(Phrase) It is a slang word used to represent the phrase “For sure”. It is commonly used when individuals chat through emails or instant messaging. It gives the phrase a very “cool” and More…

Fo Sho (9)

Most definitely, used to exaggerate an adjective or verb =Meaning “for sure”, “fo sho” was a shortened way of saying definitely. Both parts of the phrase were cut down and the “o” sound More…

fo' shizzle

Certainly, for sure, of course. deleted final R of FOR and the infix -IZZ-, although now used by a larger social segment, originally linked African-American youth and culture. =We'll be More…

fo' shizzle

Certainly, for sure, of course. deleted final R of FOR and the infix -IZZ-, although now used by a larger social segment, originally linked African-American youth and culture. =We'll be More…

fo’ shizzle

Without any doubt, with certainty formation type: fo’ comes from the slang, truncated version of “for”. Shizzle may stem from “sure” but it remains a unique More…

Fo’shizzle

Slang shorthand for saying “for sure” or “of course.” Anish probably used this phrase because of the influence MTV and rap music has had on him. He wanted to show More…

fo-shizzle

slang of 'for sure,' used as a substitute phrase. Originally coined by the rapper, Snoop Dog, as a variation of saying the normal, mainstream phrase "for sure." The new phrase became a More…

FOAM

(acronym) Educational content related to personal health or clinical practice that is targeted towards individuals and health professionals and made available for free on a digital platform. More…

FOB

an immigrant, usually of Asian descent, that arrives at the United States and is usually characterized by a thick accent. FOBs generally have very thick, distinguishable accents and retain More…

fob

A person who just came to the United States and who can’t speaking English very well. I was using a couple of incorrect English terms, and S. corrected me and told me that I’m a More…

Fob

Acronym for Fresh off the Boat; a term used to describe Asians who have not fully assimilated into American society Fob is an acronym for “Fresh off the Boat.” A somewhat More…

fob

Apparent Meaning: adj. describing someone who just immigrated into this country, with strong accent when they speak English. Reason Used: acronym of fresh off the boat, to describe someone More…

fob

new to the country, unaware of our customs Possible reason used: It’s probably the fastest way to convey the notion of having recently immigrated. Also, if the listener doesn’t More…

fob

Fresh Off Boat. It describes a recent immigrant, esp. one from Asia. This is a somewhat offensive term that seems to capture the essence of a completely foreign person. “FOB” More…

fob

An Asian person who is not very well-versed in American culture and has a problem speaking English Reason used: FOB is a popular term for an Asian person who has not fully submerged More…

FOB (2)

(acronym) acronym for “ Fresh off the boat." =often used in a derogatory connotation. This term currently refers to Asians in the United States. Etymology : originated from More…


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