Where can you find a dictionary of slang words?
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A dictionary is a book of words of a particular language and their accepted definitions, origins, parts of speech, pronunciation, spelling and in some cases a sample of their use. Depending on the age and target audience, it may also contain cultural slang and/or other non-traditional words as well. A "language translation dictionary" lists the words of one language and their equivalent words in another language.
== == The word piddi could not be found in a dictionary online. Perhaps you mean "pity," which is when you feel sorry for someone. Or if someone says "What a pity" they mean that something is sad or to be pitied. I did find the word "piddi" in the Urban Dictionary. See the link below. Apparently it is a slang word which is "a derogatory term used as a slur towards rap artists, by…
"Meep" does not appear in a dictionary. However, it is a slang form of onamatopoeia (words that are spelled like sounds, for example, beep, boom, or baaa). According to Wikipedia, it is a form of "beep," so it imitates the sound of a car or bicycle horn. Still, it's in no formal dictionary, so I'd keep it out of your essays.
Urban Dictionary - not a reliable source - says that a "dwag" is a friend or a group of friends. The only other hits I can find online say that is an acronym for "Denture Wearers Action Group". The correct spelling for the slang word meaning or referring to a friend or group of friends is Dawg, not Dwag.