• To make dizzy or giddy; to give the vertigo to; to confuse.If the jangling of thy bells had not dizzied thy understanding. SirW. Scott.

  • Dizzy = mad/crazy

  • Mad crazy

  • An extremely hot girl, with a great sense of humor. Sometimes forgetful, and has a short fuse. Beware the wraith of her temper. Can go for months without talking to you, and then blame you for one thing you did wrong. She is kind, generous, and blissfully unaware.

  • Round black unit under the hood of a car which supplies electricity to the spark plugs. Also known as distributor

  • when you are super drunk, or you're drinking and becoming drunk you are getting dizzy

  • an unstable person. It could be physically or mentally.

  • Abbroviation of disabled. Term was used by Release Groups to discribe an unlimited download account of someone, who was trading cracked (DRM removed) software in a Bulletin Board System (BBS) in the 80s and 90s.
    Mainly, those BBS used ratios to regulate the download and upload rates of a scene member. When the ratio was disabled, the member could download an unlimited amount of files. Today, FTP sites are being used instead of local Bulletin Board Systems. The principle of a ratio still remains, but the term dizzy is not being used no more.

  • A new way to get high. With your eyes open spin around about 15 times really fast. Then close your eyes and stay in one spot... It feels like your flying!

  • 1., adj.: Wild, crazy, unrestrained or uninhibited.

    2., n.: the situation or word; the

  • Dizzy meaning extremly good, or staisfying.


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