Pictured: Arthur aka, 'Fine Art', portrayed a rent boy in the 1996 film, Twisted.
We've all seen that guy in snug-tight jeans and thought there's no way he's giving that sexy ass away for free. Am I right!? A male prostitute.
1.) To snap or pinch. 2.) As in nip it in the bud. 3.) Short for nipple, as in nip slip. 4.) It's nippy outside. 5.) A slur for a Japanese person, as in Nippon. 6.) To steal or take. 7.) Something that is small. Like a child.
1.) To slide a layer of yucky saliva on something. To taste something. 2.) A trace of something. 3.) A treasure, prize or money of some sort, as in, you caught a lick. In the world of pirates, it's a booty. When you come up on unexpected money. 4.) A lick is musical idea, but often it's incomplete. It might be a fragment of a solo or a portion of a riff. By itself, it doesn't usually become thematic---in fact, a lick that forms a theme essentially becomes a riff. A lick combines with other licks to form a complete musical idea. Because a lick isn't the main theme, it doesn't have that same association with the song, and so it's transferable: it can be used in other songs without necessarily having to allude to the original.
"Black Dog" by Led Zeppelin also uses a great lick as its main riff. They play it in different keys, but it's still recognizably the same idea. You could imagine that melodic fragment as part of a solo, but by using it as the foundation of the song, Led Zeppelin makes it a riff. I could see someone playing this at the end of their solo, and I'd think it was both clever and funny.