neg
(n.) shortened form of "negative", meaning not in the affirmative, in the converse, detrimental, or unfavorable.

negged (adv.) past-tense of neg, to have denied, refused, dismissed, shot down, et al.
1. On some sites that use ranking systems like E2, chronic lemurs should be able to be voted into neg status.

2. All the lame suggestions were immediately negged into oblivion.
Por fugitive247 16 de diciembre de 2004
neg
short for negro and used amongst friends
(phone conversation)
Friend 1: wat up neg
Friend 2: not much
Por J__Rad 22 de mayo de 2005
neg
neg: no opostite of yeg!
fat chav Girl: give us a toke
boy: neg chance son...feg ogg
fat chav girls friend: wounded
Por aimee lucy becky!:p 13 de abril de 2005
neg
Neg basically means No.

It came about by mispronouning "No" while stoned.
"Do you like pancakes?"
"Neg"
Por Lee Kadis 24 de junio de 2005
Abbreviated from 'negative' it is often used as a used to express disbelief that something took place.
Also can be used to describe an individual's banter levels.
Friend 1: I once ate 16 doughnuts in 10 seconds
Friend 2: Negs that happened mate

"Their banter is such negs"
Por GibbLord 29 de julio de 2016
Abbreviated from 'negative' it is often used as a used to express disbelief that something took place.
Also can be used to describe an individual's banter levels.
Friend 1: I once ate 16 doughnuts in 10 seconds
Friend 2: Negs that happened mate

"Their banter is such negs"
Por GibbLord 29 de julio de 2016
neg
To ignore or deny someone.
*This is the only actual definition.
When you call someone and they clearly slide the ignore button. You have been negged.
Por webstahsdick 25 de abril de 2015
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