Green’s Dictionary of Slang

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weed, n.1 1. in context of smoking. (5 subsenses) 2. as a plant. (2 subsenses)
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weed, n.2 a hatband.
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weed, n.3 1. an ill-conditioned, weak horse. 2. a weakling, a feeble and thus contemptible person. 3. as sense 2, used derog. of a sports fan (seen as invariably physically inferior). 4.  a stranger, an ousider.
weed, v.1 to speak.
weed, v.2 1.  to steal small amounts, e.g from a warehouse, so as not to alert the victim. 2.  to steal part rather than all of a potential booty; thus weeding n. and adj. 3. to take, to steal; thus weeding n. 4. to separate.
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weed, v.3 1. to lend, esp. money; thus weed a holler note until mother comes in, to lend someone $100 until their gambling luck changes. 2. to give, to hand.
weed, v.4 1. to chew tobacco. 2.  to smoke marijuana; thus weeding n.
weed-hound (n.) a marijuana user.
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weed house (n.) a family home from which marijuana is sold.
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weedman (n.) a marijuana dealer.
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weed tea (n.) marijuana tea.
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weed the peter (v.) of an employee, to steal small amounts from the till.
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weed the swag (v.) to embezzle part of the booty before dividing what remains with one’s gang.
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weeder, n. 1.  a villain who steals a proportion of the gang’s joint booty. 2.  a thief. 3.  one who steals in small amounts to avoid detection.
Weedgie, n. see Weedjie n.
weedhead, n. a marijuana smoker; also attrib.
weedheaded, adj. intoxicated by marijuana.
weeding dues, n. ‘Speaking of any person, place, or property, that has been weeded [i.e. robbed], it is said “weeding dues have been concerned”’ (Vaux).
Weedjie, n. a native of Glasgow; also attrib.
weed out, v. to smoke marijuana to excess.
weeds, n. 1. clothes. 2. see weed n.1 (1d)
weeds, the, n. 1.  a hobo camp. 2.  the outskirts, the suburbs.
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weedy, adj. 1. of a horse, weak-legged, lacking strength. 2. of humans, weak, cowardly, spineless. 3. of things, boring, troublesome, small, insignificant. 4. of speech, indistinct, unemphatic.
weedy-weedy, v. to inform.
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