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30 Slang Words beginning with D

Slang is a kind of language consisting of very informal words and phrases. Slang is more common in speech than in writing. Slang words are often used in a particular context or by a particular group of people.

These are English slang words beginning with the letter D. Click on a slang term for example sentences, notes, origins, quizzes and answers.

Slang

da bomb American English

excellent, extremely good

dag Australian English Offensive

an unfashionable or socially awkward person

dago Taboo

a derogatory word for a person from Italy, Spain, Portugal or South America

damage

the cost of something

damn Offensive

an expression of anger or annoyance

dead

quiet, dull

dead loss

a person or an activity that is not effective or successful

deadbeat

a dull, lazy, unreliable person

deadbeat dad American English

a father who doesn't pay child support regularly

deck

to knock someone to the floor

dicey

risky, unsafe, dangerous

dick Vulgar

penis

dickhead Offensive

an unpleasant or annoying person

dirt

information used to damage someone's reputation

dirty

obscene, pornographic

dis | diss American English

to show disrespect to someone by saying or doing something insulting

ditch

to end a relationship with someone

donkey American and Australian English

a stupid or silly person

dope (1)

heroin, cannabis; any illegal drug

dope (2)

a stupid person, a fool

dork American English Offensive

a socially awkward person

downer

something that makes you depressed or unhappy

drag

something boring, tiresome or troublesome

dud

something that doesn't work properly

dump (1)

an uninteresting, unpleasant or unattractive place

dump (2) Vulgar

the excretion of solid bodily waste, defecation

dunno

do not know

dunny Australian English Offensive

toilet

dweeb American English Offensive

a studious but socially inept person

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