buscar cualquier palabra, como potate:
 
1.
An alternative for bitch. Birch is commonly used to bypass internet filters. It is also used to call someone a bitch without the associated negative connotations; a more light-hearted approach.
"Well don't get mad at me, birch! You could have answered your own question if you searched first."

"My girl has been birching at me since she got home. I don't know what the deal is, but the birch needs to settle down."
Por Jack Krabitz 02 de enero de 2007
 
2.
When a girl goes up to another girl and grabs there boobs.
"imma go birch her."
Por mc. grabby 15 de marzo de 2010
 
3.
A drink consisting of Redbull, vodka, and peach schnapps.
You can't have a birch, because we ran out of Redbull
Por Dpeatice 24 de diciembre de 2011
 
4.
(n) plural: -es / a set of people that are not bound by the limitations alcoholism/addiction/sanity
"Girl, you my birch"

"Ain't gonna' cut down this birch tree"

"Beyonce"
Por v0mitt 28 de enero de 2014
 
5.
A combination of a bird and bitch.
That skank ass birch won't give me my mother fuckin money.
Por Domizan 20 de julio de 2006
 
6.
the promenade in the heart of Brea, California. Often referred to as Birch Street. Basically, the only fucking thing to do in Brea if your under 18 and can't drink or party. Includes two movie theaters and various shops, and is very close to the mall. Kids swarm it on the weekend, the place to go, when your not at the mall or at school or something elsee unimportant.

Pretty much truee. Yeahh i live theree. :
BOY 1 "Sheeeeeet Sonn, You going to Birchh tonight?"
BOY 2 "Hell Yeahh. Got no where elsee to be."
-OR-
GIRL 1 "Heyy, wanna hang out this weekendd?"
GIRL 2 "Hmmm, Birchh?"
GIRL 1 "Suree, unless you wanna go to the mall."

Por Kay-teaaaa (: 28 de febrero de 2008
 
7.
1. A red Bull and Vodka

2. A derogatory term for someone you don't want to call an outright bitch.

3. A name to address a crowd of people by
1. I am thirsty, im gonna drink a fuckin birch

2. fuck that birch

3. what's up birches? Someone bring me a birch
Por T. Pace 24 de octubre de 2007