Ace Cool: Best friend, back up.
Base Head: Person booked on cocaine.
Beemer: BMW vehicle.
Benzo: Mercedez Benz.
Blob: Crip’s nickname for a Crip gang member.
Blood: Non Crip.
Boned Out: Quit, chickened out, left.
Book: Run, get away, leave.
Break: Run, get away.
Bucket: Old, raggedy car.
Bullet: One year in custody.
Bumping Titties: Fighting.
Busted: Shot at someone.
Buster: Young guy trying to be a gang member, fake gang member.
Check It Out: Listen to what I gave to say.
Chill Out: Stop it, don’t do that.
Colum: Columbian marijuana.
Crab: Blood’s nickname for a Crip gang member.
Cragared Down: Low-rider-type car.
Do A Ghost: To leave, leave the scene.
Double-Deuce: .22 caliber gun.
Down for Nine: Ability to protect self.
Drag: Ability to sweet-talk girls.
Draped: Wearing a lot of gold jewelry.
Drop A Dime: Snitch on someone.
Deuce and A Quarter: Buick 225 vehicle.
Durag: Handkerchief wrapped around head.
Dusted: Under the influence of PCP.
Eastly: Very ugly person.
Eight-Track: Two-and-a-half grams of cocaine.
Everything Is Everything: It’s all right.
Four-Five: .45 caliber gun.
Freak: Good-looking girl.
Fresh: Good looking, clean.
G-ride: Gangster ride; stolen car.
Gang-banging: Involved in gang activity.
Get Down: Fight.
Glass House: ’77 or ’78 Chevy vehicle.
Head Hunter: Female who does sexual acts for cocaine.
High Roller: Successful drug dealer.
Holding Down: Controlling turf or area.
Homey: Fellow gang member.
Home Boy: Fellow gang member.
Hook: Phony, imitation.
Hustler: Not into gangs, strictly out to make money.
Illing: Making mental mistake.
Jacked-up: Beat up or assaulted.
Jim Jones: Marijuana joint laced with cocaine and dipped in PCP.
Juiced: Vehicle with hydraulics to raise and lower car.
Kibbles & Bits: Crumbs of cocaine.
Kicking Back: Relaxing, killing time.
Kool: It’s all right.
Laces: Chrome, spoke rims.
Let’s Bail: Let’s leave.
Lifts: Hydraulics to raise and lower car.
Liquid Juice: PCP.
Lit Up: Shot at.
Lizard Butt: Ugly girl.
Mack: Ability to sweet-talk girls.
Main Man: Best friend, back up.
Making Bank: Making money, usually illegally.
Man: Cop, policeman.
Mark: Want-to-be gang member.
Mobile: Proper, nice looking.
Monte C: Monte Carlo vehicle.
Mud Duck: Ugly girl.
O/G: Original gangster.
On the Pipe: Free basing cocaine.
Packing: Gang member has guns in his possession.
Player: Not into gangs, strictly out to make money.
Popped A Cap: Shoot at someone.
Primo: Marijuana joint laced with cocaine.
Rag: Color of gang; bandana
Recruiting: Looking for good-looking girls.
Red Eye: Hard stare.
Ride On, Rode On: To go to a rival neighborhood in vehicles to attack another gang.
Righteous: True or affirmative answer.
Rock: Crystallized cocaine.
Roo-rah: Loud talking.
Rush: To sweet-talk girls.
Scandalous: Deadbeat person, bad person.
Slob: Crips’ nickname for a Blood gang member.
Sprungs: Addicted to cocaine.
Squab: Fight, argue.
Stall It Out: Stop doing what you are doing.
Strawberry: Female who does sexual acts for cocaine.
Talking Head: Argue; want to fight.
Talking Smack: Aggressive talking.
Trey-eight: .38 caliber gun.
Trick: Phony sissy.
Trip: Too much, something else.
Turkish: Heavy, ornamental gold, earrings.
Up On It: Have knowledge of drug scene; successful in dealing drugs.
Wave: Short, close-cropped haircut.
What it “b” like: Blood greeting.
What it “c” like: Crip greeting.
What’s Up: What’s going on.