What does it mean for people to be called a jive turkey?
It means the person thinks they are a bulls***ter.
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A turkey is an animal that could be killed and ate if cooked properly. a turkey is a is a tradition on thanksgiving day with stuffing,potatoes,soup and salad. yummy! Turkey is a type of meat! It can also mean a country.
No, unless one says it derisively. It would depend upon the tone of voice and body language which accompanies the saying of the word.
it mean people are being jerks the next time they something mean to you just say i do not care what you say about me and if they put there hands on you do not put your hands back on them go tell me techer
Turkish people eat turkey but very rarely. Turkey meat is not as popular as red meat or chicken.
Jive turkey was a derogatory slang word in African AmericanVernacular English, used to refer to someone who was unreliable,made empty promises, or who was full of bluster. The insult becamewidely known among white Americans in the 1970s, particularly viatelevision comedies (e.g., The Jeffersons). T…he term has been usedby later television characters (e.g., Homer Simpson) in order todemonstrate that they are out of touch with modern youth trends,culture, and language. Jive turkey, however, was already fallinginto disuse when it was spoken by supposedly "hip" characters inthe 1970s, such as George Jefferson, and later in 2008 by CorneliusBanks (Tim Meadows) in the movie "Semi-Pro." Thehumorous/interesting sound of the term has also resulted in itbeing use in complimentary fashion, often by those who don't knowwhat it means and so make up their own meaning. The term has alsobeen translated to mean a white person who can dance. Turkey, beingwhite meat, represents the white person. Jive is a form of dance. ( Full Answer )
Hit That Jive Jack (Perk Up, Be Happy) . Put It In Your Pocket, 'Till I Get Back (Keep The Additude Away,We Will Talk About It Later) Going Downtown To See A Man (He's Going Downtown... To See A Man...XD) And I Aint Got Time To Chake Your Hand (Im In A Rush, I Gotta GoNow.)
A turkey is called 'Hindi' in Turkish. But the name of the country is TÃ¼rkiye in Turkish.You can find many turkeys in turkey but they are not from Turkey. The French call them "dinde" which translates as "from India". The Turks also thought they came from India and therefor (as noted above) calle…d them "Hindi" (from India). The English thought they were called turkeys because they came from ships that traded with turkey. The first turkeys were introduced in the 16th century from Mexico where they were known as "guajolote" so it would seem,noone got it right ( Full Answer )
because an animal which is very similiar to turkey only live in turkey was seen by an foreigner and taken to his own country in there they ask what is it? then the man says its turkey (which means this one comes from turkey)
Because they are called Turks so they put Turks first then add ey (turk-ey) but in Turkish it is spelled Turkiye (Turk-i-yeah)
Because you just do. Its like saying why do you call your head your head.
The female turkey is called a hen, a male turkey is called a tom or gobbler and a young male turkey is a jake.
Only in a convoluted way! Wild turkeys originate from North America, when Europeans saw them, they mis-classified them as a form of Guinea Fowl, which had been domesticated in Greece and imported into Europe by Turkish merchants. That's the connection with Turkey that caused the birds to be calle…d turkeys in England (and hence, America). ( Full Answer )
To "dig" was to like or enjoy. "Jive" was literally a dance style, but came to mean what ever was happening around you.
actually you dont call Turkey the country as turkey the animal. youcall the animal as Turkey. because the first turkey(hindi animal)comes from the country Turkey. lots of turkeys huh.
Usually, when someone calls you a turkey, it means you have done something dumb because turkeys are known not to be the brightest of birds.
To dig something is to enjoy, like, love or understand something. Jive means to tease or lie to someone. Jive can also mean to dismiss something as false, nonsensical or unimportant. Examples of dig: "I really dig The Beach Boys.", "She digs the beach.", "I dig what your saying." Examples of jive: T…easing: "Don't jive me! My nose isn't blue." Lying: "Don't jive me! I saw you with her!" Nonsense: "That's jive Mary! You know you are as pretty as the other girls." ( Full Answer )
dick means boys private. ANSWER 2. normally means that you were being stupid, cocky, or senseless. not a good term.
Really it depends on how the person is saying it and who they are. Sarcastic, giggling, muttering, diligently and softly, boy or girl. It all depends on the attitude and person. Think about it! -A.
The country got its name from the people, Turkey means strongand powerful. It just happens the name of the country in English is the same asthe name of a fowl in English. The two are not linguisticallyrelated. Turkey in Turkish is Turkiye.
I asked the two living Ink Spots and their Manager this question and they didn't know the answer. The best guess is that it is jive talk meaning a raw hamburger with a slice of onion. --------- My grandmother's best friend married an Inkspot member and she says it refers to an old new york tradit…ion of putting half an onion and a raw egg into your coffee to make a breakfast-type dish/drink. ( Full Answer )
There are so many slang words being used by people today. "Peep" isa way of addressing someone as their friend or as someone theyknow.
Alot of "bullies" will call others a name because they are insecure about themselfs. I am not bullied nor am i a bully. It's really sad how people bully people because they are abused at home
Asia Minor, I believe. no...ottoman empire when ottoman falled down they put a new name..(Turkey)
They were imported from Central Europe through Turkey, the name just stuck from what was thought to be the country of origin ...Turkey
Its called Turkiye and there was a man named Ataturk and he was very famous by being a leader in a very important war in Turkey and he stopped the war and he died in 1938 so that's all you need to know why Turkey was called Turkey
The Guineafowl originates from the Guinea region of Africa but in Europe it was often imported through Turkey, so it became known as the "Turkey Fowl". After European settlers travelled to America and discovered a similar bird, they mistook it for being a Guineafowl and the name Turkey became stuck …with it. In Turkey the turkey is called something like the "Hindu bird". In India it's called the "Peruvian bird". The country itself never used the name "Turkey" until it became a republic in the 1920s. Before that it was called the Ottoman Empire, but European countries would often call it Turkey after the people who lived there - the Turks. ( Full Answer )
i dont know, can they? Yes, yeah they can, go to the persons page and massege user.Or they can call people names by makeing a false question.
Its a polite way of telling someone they are a "goof ball" or a dummy.
Well, they use the name calling "Turkey" as meaning of "goof" but don't take it too personally! A turkey is also an event that fails. the name calling "turkey" is really a harmless saying of a goof and we all know that a turkey is a large bird as well. goof or turkey is not an offensive or rude sayi…ng. people use those words all the time, even teacher. turkey is just like any other harmless saying. ( Full Answer )
when people say your awesome, well its a compliment unless they are being sarcastic then you need to punch them in the face. Being called awesome is awesome becuz they think your cool and well awesome..
I can help you if you are doing 50's rock and roll swing jive dancing. If this question refers to modern jive I'm afraid it'll seem kinda stupid :P I'd say that the top 10 rock and roll numbers to jive to are: 1. Johnny B. Goode - Chuck Berry 2. Rockin' Robin - The Jackson Five 3. Why - The Cues …4. She's the Most - The Five Keys 5. Please Mama Please - Go Cat Go 6. Bill Haley and the Bill Haley Comets - Birth of the Boogie 7. Swords of 1000 Men - Tenpole Tudor 8. Don't knock upon my door - Billy Fury 9. Love tattoo - Imelda May 10. Rock this Town - Stray Cats Hope I've been of some help! ( Full Answer )
10 means ten out of ten, or a perfect body. A rather shallow and immature way of describing someone, especially as it takes no account of their character.
They are criticizing your appearance, particularly your height (or lack thereof). It could also be a compliment, depends on the context
Because Jesus came to save the world of its sins. And the Islamic view is that: The Holy Quran refers to Jesus as "Eesa", and this name is used more times than any other title, because this was his "Christian" name. Actually, his proper name was "Eesa" (Arabic), or "Esau". (Hebrew); classical "…Yeheshua", which the Christian nations of the West Latinised as Jesus. Neither the "J" nor the second "s" in the name Jesus is to be found in the original tongue - they are not found in the Semitic languages. The word is very simply - "E S A U" - a very common Jewish name, used more than sixty times in the very first booklet alone of the Bible, in the part called "Genesis". There was at least one "Jesus" sitting on the "bench" at the trial of Jesus before the Sanhedrin. Josephus the Jewish historian mentions some twenty five Jesus' in his "Book of Antiquities". The New Testament speaks of "Bar-Jesus", a magician and a sorcerer, a false prophet (Act 13:6); and also "Jesus-Justus", a Christian missionary, a contemporary of Paul (Colossians 4:11). These are distinct from Jesus the son of Mary. Transforming "Esau" to (J)esu(s), Jesus makes it unique. This unique (?) name has gone out of currency among the Jews and the Christians from the 2nd century after Christ. Among the Jews, because it came to be the proper name of their God(?), their God incarnate. The Muslim will not hesitate to name his son "Eesa" because it is an honoured name, the name of a righteous servant of the Lord. Messiah, is a term used in Judaism, Christianity and Islam for the redeemer figure expected in one form or another. The definition of the word is "savior or liberator; someone regarded as or claiming to be a savior or liberator of a country, people, or the world". ( Full Answer )
The first merchants to market turkey birds came from Algeria, which was then part of the Ottoman Turkish Empire. As they seem to come from "Turkey", they were given that name.
mostly in my school when people say "jive" they are referring to inappropriate parts of the body or weapon such as " I'm going to grab yo jive if u don't shutout" or "shut up before i shoot you with my jive"
It means Leader and Hitler was called that because he was the leader of Germany.
From UrbanDictionary.com: "A kind of walking or dancing that is like crumping in motion. This term was originally used in "Maniac Magee" but no one knew what it meant then. Its the most gangster you can get without being gangster. Just bend, cross your arms, maybe snap your fingers, and keep walking…." ( Full Answer )
Zen is a total state of focus that requires a total unity of body and mind; zen is a way of being and a state of mind. Zen is a way of "keeping it real" when it comes to how you see things in the world. If someone calls you a zen princess, it's likely that they believe you are level-headed, down …to earth, mellow, easy going. They also think you are a girl. -Bry S. f B. ( Full Answer )
The country is called Turkey because it's home to the Turks. When European settlers arrived in America, they encountered turkeys, which they mistook for being a guineaufowl. The guineafowl was also called the "turkey fowl" because it was imported into Western Europe regularly from Turkey. In the …end, the American bird became known as the turkey, while the guineafowl kepts its name. ( Full Answer )
Generally, if someone calls you gay, and your not gay, they areattempting to insult you because they think that being gay is ininsult. These people are homophobes, and usually fear or hate gaypeople out of ignorance or religious bigotry.
Turkey (poultry) is not that commonly consumed in Turkey (country). It is just a question of what proliferates in any given area. However, Turkey (country) does consume a lot of chicken and it would not be much of a stretch to say that Turks would eat and like turkey if it were served to them in tra…ditional Turkish ways or even in more common Western ways. ( Full Answer )
Well the expression "turkey" is the polite word to call someone who's either goofy or being a dummy!
It is a dance accosiated with rock and roll. It involves hand movements, obviously and claps.
It must be because of your unruffled elegance and sophistication, your calm and composed attitude
I think it was part of the Ottoman Empire before it was balkinized into various small countries.
The term "Hedgehog" was one given originally to adult film star Ron Jeremy. Due to a large amount of body hair. If you have a great deal of body hair, I might go with that answer.
Anatolia has had a large number of names across time. You may wish to be specific as to what timeframe you are referring to. The last name Turkey had prior to being called Turkey was the Ottoman Empire.
The fact that the word "turkey" refers to both a country (Turkey) and a bird (turkey) in English is completely incidental. Turkey was not named after turkeys or vice versa. Turkey is just the English version of the Turkish name TÃ¼rkiye, literally meaning: Land of the TÃ¼rk people.
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