Term used to describe when someone has their own way of speaking relying heavily on slang words, abbreviations or made up words. Similar to Ebonics but used to describe any language relying heavily on any slang.
I like Tina's slanguage, she is always fusing words together.
Por SheaButcher 18 de mayo de 2013
It's what this whole damn website is all about.
Yo, man I can't understands youse when you use dat slanguage, dawg!
Por Public Service Announcement 27 de septiembre de 2003
The term used for slang in the english language
"Hey quit talkin all that slanguage, This is a family dinner!"
Por Korruption SS 24 de mayo de 2009
Slang language. Originally referred to the slang language used by CBers in the 70s.
Slanguage daffynitions can be gnarly, or they can be boge.
Por Downstrike 15 de septiembre de 2004
1. The extensive use of slang words in written or oral communication. 2.A dialect of standard English believed to have its origins in the neurological changes that evolved in the mind in the post-MTV era. 3. var. Slinguistics: the study of slanguages.
1. "Jennifer has a real knack for slanguage." 2. (var. "Why can you never go hungry living among the young?" "Because you can eat all the slanguage is there).
Por Julie Pedersen 17 de junio de 2007
Slanguage is the slang form of any language.

Can also mean a made-up slang word that no one understands.
Person 1: Hey that was sick!
Person 2: How was it sick? I find nothing sick with what I just did...
Person 1: No... "sick" can also mean "cool." Don't be so technical, and learn some slanguage, man!

OR:

Person 1: That was spawecoolerificness!
Person 2: Shut up with your made-up slanguage, idiot!
Por Deathzilla7 24 de agosto de 2009
It is the Language of talking in slang terms
Yo, u kno n/e slanguage i can speak?
Por LalaYaPuta 16 de marzo de 2004

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