Big Daddy 1 Colloquial term for LSD

2. Colloquial term for heroin.

Big H Colloquial term for heroin.

Big Harry Colloquial term for heroin.

Big John Colloquial term for a narcotics agent.

Big M Colloquial term for morphine.

Big O Colloquial term for opium.

Big O.D. Colloquial term for death due to an overdose of drugs (acronym for Over Dose).

Big bag Colloquial term for heroin.

Big bags Colloquial term for 5 to 10 dollar bags.

Big bloke Colloquial term for cocaine. Big book Colloquial term for usually a reference to the book, Alcoholics Anonymous from which AA derives its name. Big chief Colloquial term for mescaline. Big drunk bean Sophora secundiflora. Big flake Colloquial term for cocaine. Big man Colloquial term for a drug supplier. Big one Colloquial term for cocaine. Big rush Colloquial term for cocaine. Big scene Colloquial term for a party where drugs are taken.

Big sister Colloquial term for Madame in a house of prostitution who supplies drugs to her "girls" as partial payment for services rendered.

Big snorter Colloquial term for 1/8th ounce of cocaine.

Big time Colloquial term for taking heroin or morphine.

Biiti Finnish colloquial term for a small piece of hashish.

Bijui Psidium guajava.

Bik Colloquial term for the amount of heroin no. 4 contained in a 2 x 5 cm plastic tube (1. 2-1.5 grams).

Biker chemist Colloquial term for smalltime chemist who 'cooks' drugs; unqualified person who does not understand basic chemistry and sometimes kills by making mistakes. Bikh Synonym for for Aconitum ferox. Bikut Brugmansia suaveolens. Bilamide Drug containing more than one active substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital.

Bilchlolans Drug containing more than one active substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital. Bilezyme plus Drug containing more than one active substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital. Biliv-H Drug containing more than one active substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital.

Bill Colloquial term for William Griffith Wilson, one of the 1935 co-founders of Alcoholics Anonymous (see also Dr. Bob), using principles from the Oxford Movement and a variety of other areas, and creating a viable program for recovery from alcoholism. He is buried in Akron, Ohio - AA members from some countries take "pilgrimages" to Akron. Bill blass Colloquial term for crack. Billie Hoke Colloquial term for cocaine. Billie hoke Colloquial term for cocaine. Billied Colloquial term for being addicted to cocaine.

Billy Colloquial term for a bat for protection.

Bilsenkraut Henbane. Bim Colloquial term for narcotics agent. Bimethadol, -um Dimepheptanol. Bimpel Older term for a small bottle of ceramic, wood or glass with a sting to be worn over the shoulder and used to carry vodka. Bimpish Psidium guajava. Binden German colloquial term for tighten a belt, rubber hose or thin rope around the arm prior to injection.

Binder Colloquial term for belt, rubber hose or thin rope used to cut off the flow of blood prior to injection.

Bindle Colloquial term for small packet of drug powder; heroin.

Bindle man Colloquial term for a person who sells or delivers illegal drugs.

Bindle pusher Colloquial term for a person who sells or delivers illegal drugs.

Bindle shover Colloquial term for a person who sells or delivers illegal drugs.

Bindle stiff Colloquial term for an addict.

Bindle stiffened Colloquial term for being addicted.

Bing 1. Colloquial term for heroin. 2. Colloquial term for enough of a drug for one injection.

Bing room Colloquial term for a place where addicts prepare and take drugs. Binge 1. A drunken spree or revel. 2. A period of unrestrained, immoderate self-indulgence. 3. A period of excessive or uncontrolled indulgence in food or drink. 4. A period of intensive drug taking especially for stimulants as amfetamines and cocaine. Typically for the cocaine binge is a continuous use of the drug until total exhaustion or end of supply.

Binge drinking See Drinking, binge. Bingers Colloquial term for crack addicts. Bingle Colloquial term for delivering drugs. Bingler Colloquial term for a drug dealer. Bingo Colloquial term for injecting drugs. Bings Colloquial term for crack. Binoctal 1. Drug containing more than one substance under international control: Amo-barbital and Secobarbital. 2. Secobarbital sodium.

Binomil Chlordiazepoxide or Chlordiazepox-ide hydrochloride. Binomil 10 Chlordiazepoxide. Binomil hipnotico Drug containing more than one substance under international control: Amobarbital sodium and Pentobarbital sodium.

Bio-coussin Hydrocodone hydrochloride. Bio-delta Meprobamate. Bio-donnal Drug containing more than one active substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital.

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