someone who is an unusually proud warrior; able to turn the tide for any battle. (scottish)
Nathan: "We would've never won that battle if it weren't for Mitch."

Tommy: "Yeah, he is totally a Calhoun."
Por mufftruffle 18 de enero de 2008
(Verb) To consume a minimal amount of an alcoholic beverage, esp. beer.

(Noun) An alcoholic beverage from which a minimal amount has been consumed.
"Look at all these wounded soldiers -- who Calhouned the beers?"

"I found a lot of Calhouns lying around after the party."
Por 36Mafia 14 de junio de 2013
(Noun, adjective): A disaster of huge proportions; anything that reeks of failure. An irksome situation.

(Verb, adverb): To cause spectacular misfortune. To ruin something beyond repair due to ignorance and/or ineptness.

Etymology: Southern United States, with roots primarily in Texas.
He totally dropped the ball — singlehandedly calhouned the whole project.

Enron. What a calhoun that was.

I got calhoun'd on the way to work. it's my second speeding ticket this month.
Por upfreak 30 de abril de 2009

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