An ancient Japanese term meaning a warrior. Originally referred to a section of government under the Ritsuryō system composed of low-ranking civil servants who held posts as jailers, executioners, watchmen, gatekeepers, bodyguards, market supervisors, etc.
That Hoe Over There! This infamous term has sparked some thot-provoking memes and semantic extensions in neologism that include, Strawber-Rita Thot-sicles, Fairy Thot Mother, Thotland, Anti-thot, Prosti-thot, Insta-thot to doing the dreaded thot walk of shame facing the bitter morning with encrusted drawers, dripping in guilt of Ju’ whore eau de toilette. They're found in their virtual habitat Instagram with buck lips, duck lips, fuck lips and Chuck's dick on their lips and call it a glamorous pho-to. It’s only natural for hoes to thirst for attention...they’re hoes!
A homosexual who behaves like a diva or stunt queen. 2.) Military: (US Navy 1980s) Title given to the sailors who do the domestic duties. A sailor could be the berthing queen if he is assigned to cleaning the berthing compartment or the laundry queen if he does the laundry. This is as opposed to the king who has more manly duties.
2005 poster for Academy Award winning film, Tsotsis
A street thug, gangster or urban criminal. The term is based on a watered down version of Sesotho word "tsotsa", which means to dress flashy. Back in the 1940s they wore zoot suit and the gun and knife ruled the nights.
Young, rebellious tough Brits who changed the dress style of Edwardian fashion. The style featured Maverick ties, silk brocade waistcoats or drape jackets and brothel creeping shoes. So yes, historically hipsters annoyed people back then as they do today.