Māhū (Hawaii) – in Native Hawaiian culture this refers to an individual who may be considered third-gendered with characteristics of both sexes, usually a male to female. In contemporary Hawaii the word is also used to describe people who are transgender, transvestites, or gay.
What you call your little brother when your Mom isn't around. Also, a stereotypical Canadian male, typically lower to middle class, white and English Canadian. He is especially concerned with drinking beer and watching hockey. The hoser is understood as a product more of rural, suburban or smaller city Canada than of the cosmopolitan larger cities. He's often imagined wearing heavy winter clothing, usually a flannel lumberjack shirt, Kodiak boots and a toque 2.) Loser
The Boondocks You know that lethargic, sleepy feeling you get after a scrumptious large meal? Yeah, the itis is a mood, a scientific mood. The term is commonly referred to as the itis, which low key reinforced the "lazy" stereotype in the Black community. Which is hardly the case. The scientific term for this phenomenon is referred to as postprandial somnolence. Just like the term, hangry, it's all science.
Your best friend, your number one ace who always has your back no matter what. And when his girlfriend questions the box of empty condoms in the glove compartment, he will jump in and take legal ownership of your infidelities.