• Bigger island of the Republic Trinidad and Tobago. Trinidad is more of the business island. Trinidad is best known for the Carnival and the soccer team known as the Soca Warriors. Home and birthplace of the steelpan. The capital is Port of Spain.

  • A name for a girl of incredible and exotic beauty. More than that, however, she has an intellect that far surpasses her good looks. Loyal until the end, she is the ultimate life partner.
    Such a girl is of incredible rarity and only one is thought to be in existence.

  • See also [Trinidad and Tobago] and [Tobago]. Half of the twin-island republic of [Trinidad and Tobago]. Second largest of the Commonwealth Caribbean islands (behind [Jamaica]). The most southernmost of the [Caribbean] islands (although Guyana, a mainland country in South America, is the southernmost of countries considered Caribbean). Musically, Trinidad and Tobago is the birthplace and headquarters of [calypso] and [soca] music and their variant genres; the [steel pan] (the official instrument of the [Caribbean], and the only instrument invented in the 20th century, besides, arguably, the turntable); the [limbo] dance; the home of the largest, most reknowned of all the Caribbean [Carnival]s; and the prime exponent of masquerade, or [mas].

  • the sickest last name and the best family in the world

  • A notoriously violent neighborhood in Northeast Washington D.C... Composed of liquor stores, row homes, and dilapidated buildings. An entire section is all deaf people as well. Its sucks they got thrown in that shit hole.

  • A man, woman or thing with 3 dads.

  • Sex Change Capital of the World. At south end of I-25; Population under 10,000; average 5 transgender surgeries a week for economic boost of .6 M to this small town. Trinidad featured in episode of Prison Break, and surgeon Stanley Biber featured in episode of South Park when he performed sex change surgery on elementary school teacher Mr. Garrison.