An abbreviated term used to identify the common-place, everyday, plain old "refrigerator".
Bart the bone-head keeps his reefer in the refer.
by THE VEEP April 10, 2006
1. to direct to a source
2. Often the misspelled form of "reefer" in online chats.
Steve: "That guy is a referhead."
Joe: "That would mean he directs people to other sources you dufus. He is a reefer-head.
by Joe December 7, 2004
A reference is like, Say you're having a conversation and you make a joke about like santa claus
Person 1: 'Haha *A Reference to dnf'
Person 2: 'SHUT THE FUCK UP OR I SWEAR TO SATAN I WILL PUNT YOU TO THE OTHER SIDE OF THE PLANET'
Person 1: 'No need to get touchy two.. haha. Please dont'
by ThtGenderfluidFryingPan December 16, 2021
When someone says something relatable or relevant and you wanna “reference” it.
Person A: That party sucked!
Person B: Reference
by Bakers12 March 19, 2019
A misspelling of referrer used in internet lingo deliberately.
It came about because when one web page links (or refers) to another, it tells the second web page who the REFERer was.
Of the sites that link to us, the most popular REFERER is acpizza.livejournal.com, but thats probably because they've been running asswipe again.
by jkenner January 21, 2004
When an individual makes an attempt to hipe up there linguistic intelligence around others to camouflage the fact that they haven't a breeze what there talking about.
Also when an attempt is made to point out the blatantly obvious. Like a jackass highlighting a paragraph right in front of the person reading it.
Reference the hole in your trousers..
Reference your late back break time..
Reference the fire exit is for emergency use..
by Pointofcontact September 19, 2016
Person 1 : Hey! Can I borrow your homework?
Person 2: Sure, make sure to not copy everything.
Person 3: No prob man, I am only using your homework as a reference
by Movenmist November 22, 2021