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Endo marijuana

Facepalm! Jeez there are a lot of rookies chiming on this word.

Endo as a term referring to a type of marijuana does not come from “indoor.” It is a mispelling of the term Indo, which refers to one of the two species of marijuana, Cannabis Indica. Indica is said to provide more of a relaxed, body high whereas the other species, Cannabis Sativa, is said to create a higher energy, more cerebral high.

V. To be thrown over handlebars on a bicycle or a motorcycle. Usually occurs when a rider applies only the front bake, causing himself to be thrown from the bike.

N. The act of being thrown over handlebars on a bike.

Alt. forms: Endoed, endoing

“Dude, Mike just endoed!”

“Don’t pull an endo in the race or you might end up breaking your neck like Mike.”

Endo marijuana Facepalm! Jeez there are a lot of rookies chiming on this word. Endo as a term referring to a type of marijuana does not come from “indoor.” It is a mispelling of the term Indo,

Endo marijuana

Originally used to refer to the bottom tips of the marijuana plant which accumulate the most resin and crystals after being hung to dry, probably from end +‎ -o.

Noun [ edit ]
  1. ( slang ) marijuana
    • 1998, Snoop Dogg, Gin and Juice. rollin’ down the street smokin’ endo / sippin’ on gin and juice.
    • 1994, Nas, Jungle JaySo as I drive home / I roll my window up / And my endo up in the same motion.
    • For more quotations using this term, see Citations:endo.

Etymology 2 [ edit ]

Short for “end over end”.

Noun [ edit ]
  1. A bike trick where the bike is ridden on the front wheel. Also known as a stoppie.
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Etymology 3 [ edit ]

Noun [ edit ]
  1. ( uncountable , informal ) endocrinology
  2. ( countable , informal ) endocrinologist
    • 2010, Cheryl Alkon, Balancing Pregnancy with Pre-existing Diabetes (page 150) Since my endo did not practice at the hospital I delivered at, I did not have the oversight I needed to adjust my fluctuating sugars [ … ]

Etymology 4 [ edit ]

Noun [ edit ]

Etymology 5 [ edit ]

Coined from “end of contract”, as used on the contracts given to workers under the system.

Noun [ edit ]
    ( Philippines , neologism ) A laborcontracting system where workers are hired by employment agencies to work for a specific period of time until being replaced and prohibited from being re-hired.

Anagrams [ edit ]

  • Deno , Deon , Done , NODE , done , node , oden , onde , oned

Latin [ edit ]

Etymology [ edit ]

Preposition [ edit ]

  1. in
    • (Can we date this quote?) , Cicero, De Legibus Divos et eos, qui caelestes semper habiti, colunto et ollos, quos endo caelo merita locaverint. They shall worship as gods both those who have always been regarded as dwellers in heaven.

Usage notes [ edit ]

Though considered somewhat artificial, there are instances of usage in Classical Latin, especially as a preverb and in dactylic verse.

Endo marijuana Originally used to refer to the bottom tips of the marijuana plant which accumulate the most resin and crystals after being hung to dry, probably from end +‎ -o . Noun [ edit ]