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# Term used for local person.
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# Term used for local person. "But loc as you reminiscin' you know they still around" -- Bloods & Crips (Wish You Were Here) [http://www.ohhla.com/anonymous/bld_crip/rm_bside/wish_you.bnc.txt].
 
# Crazy one, from the Spanish "loco", often used for friends or locals in a positive way. "Don't you know I'm loco?" -- Cypress (Insane in the brain [1993]) Hill (Insane in the brain [1993])
 
# Crazy one, from the Spanish "loco", often used for friends or locals in a positive way. "Don't you know I'm loco?" -- Cypress (Insane in the brain [1993]) Hill (Insane in the brain [1993])
 
# Lock or locks, as in Jheri-curls, but always pronounced with the long o as in "go".
 
# Lock or locks, as in Jheri-curls, but always pronounced with the long o as in "go".

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noun

loc

  1. Term used for local person. "But loc as you reminiscin' you know they still around" -- Bloods & Crips (Wish You Were Here) [1].
  2. Crazy one, from the Spanish "loco", often used for friends or locals in a positive way. "Don't you know I'm loco?" -- Cypress (Insane in the brain [1993]) Hill (Insane in the brain [1993])
  3. Lock or locks, as in Jheri-curls, but always pronounced with the long o as in "go".
  4. To "go loc" means to get ready for a drive-by or to shoot someone. This means putting on dark glasses, skullies, caps and generally getting hard to identify.
  5. To get high. "We was in the park gettin' loc-ed" -- ???