illin

illin'

[il-in]
adjective
Slang. foolish; crazy (used especially in the phrase be illin' ).

Origin:
1980–85; apparently from ill

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illin' definition

[ˈɪlən]
  1. mod.
    being ill; being sick. : She was illin' big time and could not come to class.
  2. mod.
    ill-behaved. : You are most illin' and you are bugging me, Kim. Stop it!
  3. in.
    behaving badly. : Stop illin' and pay attention.
  4. mod.
    upset. : What are you illin' about? Everything is ice.
Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions by Richard A. Spears.Fourth Edition.
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