Kieri Kieli

Ki'eri-nanari Floripondo. Kies 1. German colloquial term for LSD trips. 2. German colloquial term for money. Kies schieben German colloquial term for dealing LSD trips.

Kiester plant Colloquial term for drugs hidden in the rectum.

Kiester stash Colloquial term for drugs hidden in the rectum.

Kiet Bromazepam.

Kif 1. North-Africa word for hashish.

2. North-African word for a mixture of tobacco and marijuana or hashish.

3. Colloquial term for tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) often PCP or LSD.

Kif ktami Cannabis. Kif-hache Colloquial term for hashish. Kiff Colloquial term for marijuana. Kiffen German colloquial term for smoking hashish or marijuana.

Kiffer German colloquial term for a hashish or marijuana smoker.

Kifi Finnish colloquial term for green hashish powder from Morocco.

KTix k'an lol Argemone mexicana.

KTix sak lol Argemone mexicana.

Kik Colloquial term for marijuana.

Kikear Colloquial term for clearing up, to kick a drug habit.

Kiki French colloquial term for amfetamines. Kikirdama dumandi Turkish colloquial term for marijuana.

Kilen Swedish foundation and treatment center mainly for persons dependent on benzodi-azepines. Also working with information and prevention.

Killer 1. Colloquial term for a strong drug in general. 2. Colloquial term for marijuana. 3. Colloquial term for PCP. Killer drug 1. Colloquial term for high potency marijuana. 2. Colloquial term for very potent drugs in general. 3. Colloquial term for drugs which ostensibly convert users into diabolical monsters or into zombies - attributed at different times to marijuana, PCP, LSD. Killer joint Colloquial term for marijuana mixed with PCP.

Killer queen Colloquial term for cocaine. Killer stick Colloquial term for a joint of marijuana.

Killer weed 1. Colloquial term for especially strong marijuana, high in THC content. 2. Colloquial term for marijuana sprinkled with PCP.

Killers Colloquial term for joints of marijuana.

Killi Turkish colloquial term for heroin. Kilo 1 kilogram, a large amount of drugs (1 kilogram-l,000 grams is 2. 2 lb.), a quantity before 'cutting' to increase the volume. Kilo 50 German colloquial term for 150 marks.

Kilo Connection German Colloquial term for a dealer who buys from the importer and adulterates 1 kilogram of good quality heroin 1 with 1 kilo of other substances and sells it to the Ounce man.

Kilo man Colloquial term for dealers of large quantities of drugs.

Kilo-Dealer Colloquial term for dealer of large quantities of drugs.

Kilomann Colloquial term for dealer of large quantities of drugs.

Kilter Colloquial term for marijuana.

Kimbis Cannabis.

Kinab Egyptian colloquial term for cannabis.

Kinapipi Arundo donax.

Kind (the) 1. Colloquial term for marijuana.

2. Brand name of marijuana, purported to be potent.

Kind bud Colloquial term for marijuana. Kinde-borrachero Brugmansia candida. Kinderdealer German colloquial term for underaged street-dealers often used by older drug dealers in the last chain to the consumer. Kinderfixer German colloquial term for ju-venils who inject drugs. Kindleinkraut German colloquial term for mandrake.

Kindling Colloquial term for when a lower dose than usual may kill, due to an increased sensitivity to the drug; a small dose that previously was "safe" may kill the user. Kines Colloquial term for heroin. Kinesed Phenobarbital. King 1. Colloquial term for person in top of an organized drug dealing group. 2. Colloquial term for a person who is familiar with the drug scene or th whom others turn for advise.

King Kong German colloquial term for ex tensive and expensive heroin use. King Kong pills 1. Colloquial term for barbiturates. 2. Colloquial term for depressant. 3. Colloquial term for amfetamine, 1970s term brought to popular attention during the US Senate hearings for drug reform chaired by former US senator Birch Bayh, Indiana. King Tut Colloquial term for LSD. King ivory Colloquial term for fentanyl. King's habit Colloquial term for cocaine (from its previously high price). Kingi Finnish colloquial term for a leader of a drug gang.

Kingiliba Finnish colloquial term for red hashish from Lebanon.

Kingpin Colloquial term for a leader in the underworld male of drugs - a major supplier, a target of police agents, and the subject of federal laws aimed at stopping drugs. Kinidin-fenemal Phenobarbital. Kinidorm Phenobarbital. Kinin Quinine. Kinnab Cannabis.

Kinnabi Egyptian colloquial term for cannabis.

Kinnabis Malaysian colloquial term for cannabis.

Kinnikinnick A preparation made from dried leaves, bark, and sometimes tobacco and smoked especially by certain Native American peoples.

Unami (Delaware language) kelekkeniikkan, literally, item for mixing in, kinnikinnick. Kinnub Colloquial term for cannabis. Kinortina Dexamfetamine. Kinytal Amobarbital.

Kinzay Colloquial term for cocaine paste in packets.

Kiophyllin Phenobarbital.

Kip Colloquial term for sleeping after drug use.

Kipa aduma Colloquial term for a drug trip. Kiraliyet mavisi Turkish colloquial term for LSD.

Kirinti Turkish colloquial term for cocaine. Kiristal Turkish colloquial term for metamfe-tamine.

Kirmizi kuslar Turkish colloquial term for barbiturates.

Kirmizi seytanlar Turkish colloquial term for barbiturates.

Kirmizi ve maviler Turkish colloquial term for barbiturates.

Kirsch Also called kirschwasser, dry, colourless brandy distilled from the fermented juice of the black morello cherry. Kirsch is made in the Black Forest of Germany, across the Rhine River in Alsace (France), and in the German-speaking cantons of Switzerland. Kirschen Colloquial term for opium.

Kis Colloquial term for a plate of hashish. Kiss Mary Jane Colloquial term for smoking marijuana.

Kiss My Butterfly I Love You Alice B. Tok-las.

Kiss the fish Colloquial term for smoking hashish or marijuana.

Kissen German colloquial term for a vein used for injection.

Kiste 1. German colloquial term for prison.

2. German colloquial term for grave.

3. German colloquial term for coffin. Kiste kibarfi Cannabis.

Kit 1. Colloquial term for equipment used to inject drugs. 2. Swedish colloquial term for marijuana. 3. Colloquial term for heroin. Kit Kat Colloquial term for ketamine. Kitadol Tilidine hydrochloride. Kitalgin Methadone hydrochloride. Kite 1. Colloquial term for 1 ounce of marijuana. 2. Collquial term for a letter from prison.

Kitt 1. German colloquial term for marijuana. 2. Swedish colloquial term for hashish. Kittehuis Dutch colloquial term for a police station.

Kittekar Dutch colloquial term for a police car.

Kittewagen Dutch colloquial term for a police car.

Kitty kat Colloquial term for amfetamine-like designer drugs.

Kiz Turkish colloquial term for cocaine. Kizillar Turkish colloquial term for barbiturates.

Kieli Kieli. Kieri Floripondo. KJ Colloquial term for PCP. Kkoka Coca leaf.

Klar Swedish colloquial term for a shot of vodka.

Klarinette German colloquial term for a 20 mark bill.

Klatsch Colloquial term for 500 grams hashish.

KLD German colloquial term for addict who deals in drugs to finance own addiction. Kleeblatt German colloquial term for LSD on paper.

Kleenex Colloquial term for ecstasy.

Kleic sie Polish colloquial term for snorting drugs.

Kleif Colloquial term for cannabis. Klenbuterol Anabolic steroid. Klet Colloquial term for amfetamines. Klet-tjack Colloquial term for amfetamines. Klidraks Medazepam. Klimased Phenobarbital. Klimastilben Phenobarbital. Klimerco Amobarbital.

Klimopal Phenobarbital sodium. Klingons Colloquial term for crack addicts. Klinken German colloquial term for taking tablets.

Klip South African colloquial term for wild growing cannabis (dagga). Kliradon Ketobemidone hydrochloride. Kliva av banan Swedish colloquial term for stopping drug use.

Kliva pa banan Swedish colloquial term for returning to drug use.

Klonazepam Clonazepam.

Klonopin Clonazepam.

Klontje Dutch colloquial term for LSD on sugar cubes.

Klopoxid, -e Chlordiazepoxide.

Klor Colloquial term for barbiturate tablets.

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