Jingo is a term widely used, across the world. The word jingo can be used in many different contexts, but is usually used to call someone a name, as an insult or a compliment. This term originated in the year 2009, and will become a very popular term for the coming years.
"Stop it you jingo" (Used as a negative term)
"Your such a jingo ;)" (Used as a positive term)
作者 Being-Of-The-Universe 2009年3月22日
one who has extreme passion for one's country.
whooo, that boy sure is a jingo for japan!!
作者 kristicreame 2003年11月28日
Amazingly tasty, zesty, scrumptious, addictive crackers by pepperidge farms that are flavored with lime and chili. Tastes kind Asian-y, and sounds like a racial slur, but surprisingly it's not.
"Have you seen the new Jingos at the store?!"
-"WHAT?! You're racist?"
"Racist? I love Asian flavors!"
-"oOo, you mean Jingos! crackers! Yeah, they are delicious!"
"Let's go gets some!"
作者 prettya 2012年7月14日
Someone who is extremely and overly patriotic. Differs from regular patriotism in that jingoism is usually more aggressive. Used as a negative term.
George Bush, Lamar Smith, and damn near everyone on Fox News are all jingoes.
作者 Zeego 2012年11月16日
A non-specific racial slur based on the phonetic implications of the recent (as of 10/15/13) product of the same name released by Pepperidge Farms. Not specific to any race, simply used because it sounds derogatory. Also occasionally refers to someone who is/is acting racist.
"Dude, you're such a Jingo"

"Shut up, you Jingo!"
"Dude, that was such a Jingo thing to say."
作者 Daniel Hull Kolaric 2013年10月15日
(brandname) used generically to mean guys huge pants
"yo drew, hike up your jingos, i can see yo fat ass"
作者 lauren 2003年8月30日
Slang for cranking ur hammer. comes from Jacking Off, or J'ing O
-Yo whats carl saying tonight?
-I just brinkied him but he was jingo so he'll be late.

-Yeah true, love jingo.
作者 nick d alstott 2011年6月25日
An expression of amzamement.
Fuck that new Ford cost a bomb. Jingoes I'll be paying for forever.
作者 dranym 2006年7月02日

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