Sixth World Slang

KEY

(vul) = vulgar
(jap) = japanese or “Japlish” loan word
v. = verb
adj. = adjective
n = nown

  • Angel n. A benefactor, especially an unknown one.
  • Arc n. An arcology.
  • Breeder n. Ork slang for a “normal” Human.
  • Business n. In slang terms: crime. Also “Biz.”
  • Buzz v. Go away. Buzz off.
  • Chipped adj. Senses, skills, reflexes, muscles, and so on, that has been enhanced by cyberware.
  • Chummer n. “Pal” or “Buddy.”
  • Comm n. The Telephone.
  • Corp n., adj. Corporation, Corporate.
  • Dandelion Eater n., adj. Elf or Elven. Highly insulting.
  • Dataslave n. Corporate decker or other data-processing employee.
  • Datasteal n. Theft of data from a computer, usually by decking.
  • Deck n. A cyberdeck. v. To use a cyberdeck, usually illegally.
  • Decker n. Pirate cyberdeck user. Derived from 20th-Century term, “Hacker.”
  • Deckhead n. SimSense abuser; anyone with a datajack or chipjack.
  • Drek n. (vul) A common curse word. adj: Drekky.
  • Dumped v. Involuntarily ejected from the Matrix.
  • Exec n. Corporate executive
  • Fetishman n. A talismonger.
  • Frag v. (vul) Common swear word. adj: Fragging.
  • Geek v. To kill.
  • Go-Go-Go n. A bike gang or gang member.
  • Heatwave n. Police crackdown.
  • Hoi Hi, Hello. (Familiar Form)
  • Hose v. Louse up. Screw up.
  • Ice n. Security Software. “Intrusion Countermeasures,” or IC.
  • Jack n. a data port. v. Jack In, or enter cyberspace. Jack out, or to leave cyberspace.
  • Jander v. To walk in an arrogant, yet casual manner; to strut.
  • Kobun n. (jap) Member of a Yakuza Clan.
  • Mr. Johnson n. refers to an anonymous employer or corporate agent.
  • Mundane n., adj. (vul) Non-magician, non-magical.
  • Nutrisoy n. Cheaply processed food product, derived from soybeans.
  • Nuyen n. World standard currency.
  • Oyabun n (jap) Head of a Yakuza Clan.
  • Panzer n. Any ground combat vehicle.
  • Paydata n. A datafile worth money on the black market.
  • Plex n. A metropolitan complex, or “metroplex.”
  • Poli n. A policlub or policlub member.
  • Razorguy n. Heavy cybered samurai or other muscle.
  • Samurai n. (jap) Mercenary or mercenary for hire. Implies an honor code.
  • Sarariman n (jap) From “Salaryman.” A corporate employee.
  • Screamer n. Credstick or other other ID that triggers computer alarms if used.
  • Seoul Man n. A member of a Seoulpa ring.
  • Seoulpa Ring n. A small criminal gang with connections to others like it.
  • Shaikujin n. (jap) Lit. “Honest citizen.” A corporate employee.
  • SimSense n. ASIST sensory broadcast or recording.
  • Slot v. Mild curse word.
  • Slot and Run v. Hurry up. Get to the point. Move it.
  • So Ka (jap) I understand. I get it.
  • Soykaf n. Ersatz coffee substitute made from soybeans.
  • *Sprawl" n. a metroplex (see Plex); v. fraternize below one’s social level.
  • Suit n. a “Straight Citizen.” See Shaikujin, Sarariman.
  • System Identification Number (SIN) n. Identification number assigned to each person in the society.
  • Trid n. Three dimensional successor to video.
  • Trog n. (vul) An ork or troll. from “Troglodyte.” Highly insulting.
  • Vatjob n. A person with expensive cyberware replacement, reference is to a portion of the process during which the patient must be submerged in nutrient fluid.
  • Wagemage n. A magician (usually a mage) employed by a corporation.
  • Wetwork n. Assassination. Murder.
  • Wired adj. Equipped with cyberware, especially increased reflexes.
  • Wizard n. A magician, usually a mage; adj. gear, wonderful, excellent.
  • Wizworm n. A dragon.
  • Yak n. (jap) Yakuza. Either a member of the clan or the clan itself.

Sixth World Slang

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