Boss of Bosses
Capo di tutti capi: While no one proclaims himself the Boss of Bosses anymore, the press awards this title to whomever they feel is the boss of the strongest of the five Families of New York, who is also said to preside over Commission meetings
Originally defined as a priest, sorcerer, wizard or minister, but like everything in America, it's bastardized and adopted as a "surf master". And yet again watered down to mean the "head honcho" or H.N.I.C. Either way, he is a master at his game!
1.) 60s. Nickname or reference to your mom. "Geez, how long did your old lady ground you?" 2.) 70s. This is a term of endearment used to describe a wife, girlfriend or significant other. "The old lady is going to kill me if I don't get this lawn mowed." 3.) Per Captain Obvious: an elderly woman.