Somebody who is intelligent can be taken as a complement or a insult, most likely a insult. Can also be called squide or squid of death.
Means the same as nerd or geek.
"Did you do your homework? Oh wait of course you did you SQUID!"
Por nerdpanda 17 de septiembre de 2003
To move across the ground with one's back to the ground, hands behind you, and legs in front.
Ex 1.
Treasure hunter1: so here's the tree, what does the map say now?
Treasure hunter2: okay, squid 20 paces northwest.

Ex. 2.
Glenda: why are you squidding around the house like that? You are so weird.
Scott: I dont know, got bored of walking.
Por Scott Trowbridge 08 de julio de 2006
A 1970's Southern Californian perjorative meaning an undesirable person; near the bottom of the social status pecking order; similar to "jerk" or "dweeb."
"Joey is such a squid, why do you hang out with him?"
Por Tony S. 03 de febrero de 2004
A female you or one of your friends is, or potentially could be, interested in achieving climax with.
diz mai squidz
dun worry, she'z cool
Por a$h 20 de diciembre de 2007
name of a stereotypical name of a man that works at a guitar shop. sounds badass, but totally isnt.
"that kid is a total squid"
Por Kim Polovitch 25 de junio de 2006
A term used to describe one who is a novice at something, not good at something, ultimately a loser.
The JV cheerleaders are such squids.

That freshman epitomizes the word squid.
Por Jess 20 de enero de 2005
squid is basically the same thing as saying "sike" but the new version of it, to do a squid you go to shake your friends hand and then pull it away while saying "SQUID!" can be very funny at times.
"hey whats up man, squid!"
Por vinceisasav 04 de junio de 2007

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