Rapstar, (RAP-star) n., A man who doesn’t have a main girlfriend, who talks to many different young women. See also playa. Also: Rapstar status. “He is starting to act like a rapstar all the time.” [Etym., African American]

Ras (ras) interjection., An exclamation of surprise. “Ras, you scared me there!” [Etym., Rastafarian.]

Rat Head, (rat hed) n., Low class person, usually a female, who carries herself in an inappropriate way or dresses trashy. “Oh, no, those braids need to come out, she is such a rat head.” [Etym., African American]

Reachin’, (REECH-in) v. pres. participle, Ready to fight. “If she says that shit again, I’ll be reachin’ for her.” [Etym., African American]

Real talk, (reel tawk) n., serious talk, not joking around. “Real talk, where are we going tonight.” [Etym., 90’s youth culture]

Represent, (re-pree-SENT) v., To make a good showing; to stand up for, to be role model, to give respect to. “I don’t care where you started out from, now that you’re here you’ve got to represent.” [Etym., African American]

Rigoddamnedicilous (ree-god-dam-DI-ku-luss) adj., Grossly negative, highly irregular, superbly interesting. An expression used to hyperbolically explain the magnitude of an event, comment, action, belief, etc., in its abnormality. “The fact that an idiot is president is rigoddamnediculous.” Cf. Absofuckinglutely [Etym., 90’s youth culture]

Rollers, (ROLL-erz) n, The police. “Duck down, here come the rollers.” [Etym., African American]

Rollin’, (ROL-in) v. pres. participle., Driving in a car. On a drug, usually ecstasy. Traveling from one place to another. Making a marijuana joint with your hands. “Yo, I’m rollin’ like a mad man.” Rollin’ deep: traveling with a larger group or crew. [Etym., African American]

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