What does hood mean?
Hood is the slang word of 'ghetto' where blacks stay because they don't have any money or grew up without parents.
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The suffix "-hood" means order or quality. Example: childhood, childhood...
That their like Punks!
Snow on your hood means you are getting white hair.
it means your are ghetto as hell lol and you got swag (sometimes)
when all the bruthas from your 'hood come together for a meetin'
Hood is not a prefix. As a suffix, however, -hood means the condition of being what the stem word denotes, for example manhood, statehood; or the members of a specific group n…amed in the stem word, for example neighborhood.
The surname Hood Anglo-saxon and means to protect.
it means probability.
I think you mean 'go in good health' - basically it's wishing someone a safe journey.
Hood, in this case, is a shortened form of neighborhood. But the particular neighborhood has a deeper meaning. The hood represents a lower class neighborhood where minorities,… immigrants and the poor live. Mostly attributed to African Americans and government housing known as the projects. This phrase will be found in rap songs and the speech of these groups. Living in the hood means this person is still living in the neighborhood where they grew up, that they haven't made a better life for themselves or unwilling to move from their roots.
In Humor & Amusement
it means to pull a hood over someones head and hold it there
To hit a bullseye once, then hit it again by splitting the shaft of the previous arrow down the middle.
Robin Hood was a fictional character that began in the 1200's as an oral poem. Through the years the story has changed and characters added to it. In fact, the story is still …evolving because of movies and new additions of characters. The term "hood" in the 1200's was used as a name to call people who robbed others. It is like our saying " gang member." This is used to describe a person who does bad things , and this is how "hood" was used.
The phrase hood to hood means ghetto to ghetto. The word hood is slang for the neighbourhood or the ghetto or someone who acts like they are from the hood. Similar slang is st…reet rat and gangsters.
It refers to when a territory officially becomes a state.