Slang in Seattle

Below is some slang that I have taken from the Shadowrun Reddit and actual Shadowrun wiki. Adding it here in case anyone feels like peppering their language with the future. I will be trying to do this more myself, so I may print it off as a reference sheet.

Angel n. A benefactor, especially an unknown one.
Arc n. An arcology.
Breeder n. Ork slang for a “normal” Human.
Business n. In slang context, crime, Also “Biz.”
Buzz Go away. Buzz off.
Chipped adj. Senses, skills, reflexes, muscles, and so on, enhanced by cyberware.
Chummer n. “Pal” or “Buddy”.
Cleaner n. An assassin (or team) used to eliminate all traces of a mission, including the participants.
Comm n. The telephone.
Corp nl, 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) Excrement, as in “bulldrek!” or “drek-for-brains”. adj: Drekky
Dumped v. Involuntarily ejected from the Matrix.
Dumpshock n. Nausea and disorientation from being Dumped out of a simsense interface (usually the Matrix or a remote control rig)
Exec v. Corporate executive.
Fetishman n. A talismonger.
Frag v. Common swear word. adj: Fragging.
Geek v. To kill.
Geek Squad n. - a high-threat response team.
Go-go-go n. A bike gang or gang member.
Halfer n. Dwarf or dwarven. Racially derogative.
Heatwave n. Police crackdown.
Hose v. Louse up. Screw up.
Ice n. Security software. “Intrusion Countermeasures,” or IC.
Jack v. Jack In, or enter cyberspace. Jack out, or to leave cyberspace.
Jander v. To walk in an arrogant yet casual manner; to strut.
Keeb n. (vul) An Elf. From “Keebler Elves.” Highly insulting.
Kobun n. (Jap) Member of a Yakuza clan.
Milk Run n. – An abnormally easy Shadowrunning assignment
Mr. Johnson n. Refers to an anonymous employer or corporate agent.
Mundane n. adj. (vul) Non-magician or non-magical.
Nutrisoy n. Cheaply processed food product, derived from soybeans
Nuyen n. World standard of currency.
Omae n. (Jap) Friend
Oyabun n. (Jap) Head of a Yakuza clan.
Panzer n. Any ground-effect 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. Heavily cybered samurai or other muscle.
Samurai n. (Jap) Mercenary or muscle for hire. Implies honor code.
Sarariman n. (Jap) From “salaryman.” A corporate employee.
Screamer n. Credstick or 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.
SINless adj. Lacking a System Identification Number
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.
T-bird n. Low-altitude vehicle (LAV), usually vectored thrust. Also Panzer or Thunderbird.
Tin Man n. – A person with extensive, obvious cyber-augmentation
Trich n. – A typical citizen (derogatory) Derived from “Ostrich”. Refers to the ignorance of your average sixth world wage slave.
Trid, Trideo: Holographic animated media; Three-dimensional successor to video.
Trog n. (vul) An Ork or Troll. From “troglodyte.” Highly insulting.
Tusker n. Ork. Racially derogatory.
Vatjob n. A person with extensive 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 mage) employed by a corporation.
Wetwork n. Assassination. Murder.
Wired adj. Equipped with cyberware, especially increased reflexes.
Wiz n. - Cool, Good, Better than expected; adj. i.e. “Wiz commlink”
Wizard n. A magician, usually a mage; adj. gear, wonderful, excellent.
Wizworm n. slang. A dragon.
Yak n. (Jap) Yakuza. Either a clan member or a clan itself.

Slang in Seattle

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