Malcolm McLaren

loco

adjective
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crazy
Collocates hoe6, vato5, straight5, ese4, yo4, -ass4, 443, po-po3, flow3, G2, low-low2, static2, cholo2, bitch2, homie2, do do, dog, dolo, dough, dro, front on, fugazi, gang, gangbang, god, gone, hoe stroll, holla, holmes, hood, hottie, hustle, hyna, loc, paid, pimp, player-hate, puff, rap, retarded, rhyme, ride, shit, smoke, spit, spliff, toast, tote, weed, yay, I'mma, floss, 4, automatic, blast, blood, blow, bomb, brick, Caddy, cat, cheese, club, coke, crack, Crip
Derivatives loc
Domains Spanish
Etymology Spanish loco, meaning "crazy" pre hip-hop, from the 1850s
Synonyms 5150, 7:30, buck, buck-wild, bugged-out, cray, retarded
Related concepts bug out, dumb out, flip, wild, wild on, wild out
Related words loc'd, loc'd out, loc'd up, loc out, locster, loc up

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Cypress Hill

loco

noun
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a crazy person or thing
Categories Terms Of Address
Collocates fuck with2, kick it2, straight2, -ass, 44, barrio, bust, cholo, Compton, dip, ese, G, gaffle, game, gangbang, hip-hop, holmes, hoo-ride, K, loc out, mad, punk, put it down, rap, ride, snatch, step to, throw down, tote, vato, weed, what up, YOLO
Domains Spanish

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Cypress Hill

loco

adverb
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in a crazy manner
Collocates cat, cholo, 44, fo shizzle, gat, rock, shot, vato
Domains Spanish
Rhymes vocal2, fo' fo', local, vocals

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