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Old 04-18-2006, 10:25 AM
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What does STuggots mean???
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What does STuggots mean???
Literally it means "This Cock" - but somewhere in history as the slang got passed down it took on a connotation of "Goddammit".
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Is there more than one? I know of & seen some shooting at Satin Dolls on Rt 17 S (Lodi). - one enterance down from West Marine. Funny - used to be a nothing greater than a shed then they rebuilt it.
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r.waddill - 4/18/2006 9:25 AM What does STuggots mean???
Literally it means "This Cock" - but somewhere in history as the slang got passed down it took on a connotation of "Goddammit".
Interesting, I was always told by my italian friends that it meant "balls" as in testicles...

Ba Da Bing is on Rt. 17 south, half a mile down from a WestMarine. Maybe Tony gets his boat stuff there.
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What does STuggots mean???


The real spelling is stu cazzo I don't know where the g's came from.
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Good thread here. I just named my boat Goomah....

I was thinking of naming mine the same thing
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What does STuggots mean???
Literally it means "This Cock" - but somewhere in history as the slang got passed down it took on a connotation of "Goddammit".

I always thought it ment "balls" as well
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dockboss do you happen to remember the name of the capt that gave you the tour?
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A friend of ours: mob shorthand for introducing one made guy to another made guy. "A friend of mine" is just another jamook on the street.

A trippa di zianata: "your aunt's tripe."

Action: a bet that a bookie "writes" and for which you pay him his "vig."

Administration: the top-level "management" of an organized crime Family—the boss, underboss, and consigliere.

Agita: anxiety, edginess, an upset stomach.

Anti-Trust Violations: what authorities call the mob practice of carving out exclusive territories. Wiseguys call them "mine."

Associate: one who works with mobsters, but hasn't been asked to take the vow of Omertá; an almost confirmed, or made guy.





The Books: a phrase indicating membership in the Family. If there is a possibility for promotion, then the books are open. If not, the books are closed.

Borgata: an organized crime Family.

Boss: the head of the Family who runs the show. He decides who gets made and who gets whacked. The boss also gets points from all Family business; also see don, chairman.

Buon' anima: salutation meaning rest his soul.

Buttlegging: bootlegging untaxed cigarettes.





Cafone: a peasant or lower-class.

Capo: the Family member who leads a crew; short for capodecina.

Cazzis: see Stugots.

Che bruta: How ugly you are.

Che peccato: what a pity, what a shame.

Chiacchierone: chatterbox.

Clip: to murder; also whack, hit, pop, burn, put a contract out.

Code of silence: not ratting on your colleagues once you've been pinched—no longer a strong virtue in organized crime families. Also see Omertá.

Col tempo la foglia di gelso diventa seta: old Italian saying meaning, "Time and patience change the mulberry leaf to satin."

Comare (also goomah, goomar, or gomatta): slang for girlfriend or mistress. No self-respecting wiseguy is without one.

Come heavy: to walk in carrying a loaded gun. You shouldn't have lunch with a Russian drug dealer unless you "come heavy."

Confirm: to be made; see made guy.

Consigliere: a trusted Family advisor, who is always consulted before decisions are made. See Tom Hagen in The Godfather.

Crank: speed; in particular, crystal meth.

Crew: the group of soldiers under the capo's command.

Cugine: a young soldier striving to be made.

CW: FBI shorthand for Co-operating Witness.





Don: the head of the Family; see boss.





Eat alone: to keep for one's self; to be greedy.

Executive Game: a special-event card game for celebrities and other high-rollers.





Facia bruta: ugly face, something you call someone you don't like.

Family: an organized crime clan, like the Genoveses, the Gottis, or the Sopranos.

Fanook, or Finook: derived from "finocchio" or fennel, a derogatory term for homsexual or gay, i.e., people that wiseguys feel nervous around. A "mezzofinook" is half gay, sissy, bi.

Forbidden Fruit: the lure of a wiseguy to a nice Italian girl from the neighborhood.





G: a grand; a thousand dollars; also see large.

Gabagool: (capo cuoll) something to eat.

Gira diment: going crazy.

Golden Age: The days before RICO.

Goomah (sometimes pronounced "goomar"): a Mafia mistress; also comare.

Guests of the state or Guests of the government: going to prison, doing time.





Hit: to murder; also see whack.





In the wind: after you leave the Witness protection program you are "in the wind," meaning you're on your own somewhere out there.





Jamook: idiot, loser, lamebrained, you know, a jamook.

Juice: the interest paid to a loanshark for the loan; also see vig.





Lam: To lay low, go into hiding.

Large: a thousand, a grand, a G.

LCN: FBI talk for la Cosa Nostra, or translated, "Our Thing."





Made guy: an indoctrinated member of the Family. Essentially, you pledge your allegiance to the boss and the family for life. To even qualify, your mother has to be Italian.

Madonn': Madonna, common expression meaning holy smoke, holy cow, holy shit.

Mannagge: going to war with a rival clan or family.

Message job: placing the bullet in someone's body such that a specific message is sent to that person's crew or family; see through the eye, and through the mouth.

Mezza morta: half-dead.

The Mob: a single organized crime family; OR all organized crime families together.

Mobbed up: connected to the mob.

Mobster: one who is in the mob.

Mock execution: to whip someone into shape by frightening the shit out of them.

Moe Green Special: Getting killed with a shot in the eye, like the character, Moe Green, in The Godfather. One form of "sending a message."

Mortadella: derived from the Italian sausage, meaning a loser. As in "Guy's a fuckin' mortadella."

Mulignan (literal translation): eggplant. Another word for African-Americans. Also called "mooleys."

Musciata: mushy.





OC: FBI talk for Organized Crime.

Omertá: the much-vaunted Mafia vow of silence. In other words, don't rat on your friends. Transgression is punishable by death.

Oobatz: u'pazzu—crazy.

Outfit: a clan, or family within the Mafia.





Paying tribute: giving the boss a cut of the deal.

Piacere: "Pleasure to meet you."

Pinched: to get caught by the cops.

Points: percent of income; cut.

Poverett: poor person.

Predicates: an offense which the Justice Department can choose to "fold into" a RICO statute. As in, "This charge could be tough. It could have predicates."

The Program: The Witness Protection Program.

Pump and dump: standard practice for unethical stockbrokers. First drive up the price of a small stock by "encouraging" investors to buy it ("pump") and then sell you own shares ("dump") for a tidy profit.

Puttana: whore.





Rat: one who snitches or squeals after having been pinched.

RICO: Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act. Passed in 1970 to aid the government in clamping down on organized crime activities, its scope has since been broadened to prosecute insider traders and anti-abortion protesters.





Schifosa: ugly woman.

Sfogliatelle: an Italian pastry.

Shakedown: to blackmail or try to get money from someone; also to give someone a scare.

Shy: the interest charged on loans by loansharks.

Shylock business: the business of loansharking.

Soldier: the bottom-level member of an organized crime Family, as in "foot soldiers."

Spring cleaning: cleaning up, hiding or getting rid of evidence.

Strunz: strunzo—piece of shit.

Stugots: from stu cazzo or u' cazzu, the testicles. Tony Soprano's boat is The Stugots.





Taste: a percentage of the take. Tony gets a big taste from bookmaking or racketeering but only a little taste from medical fraud.

Tax: to take a percentage of someone's earnings.

This thing of ours: a mob family, or the entire mob.

Through the eye: a message job through the eye to say "We're watching you!"

Through the mouth: a message job through the mouth to indicate that someone WAS a rat.

Tizzun: Neapolitan derogatory term for black person.





Underboss: the second in command to the boss.





Va fa napole: "Go to Naples" (i.e., "Go to hell.").

Vig: the interest paid to a loanshark for the loan. Abbreviation of vigorish; also see juice. Usually two points or 2%.





Waste management business: euphemism for organized crime.

Wearing it: showing off one's status in the organization by dressing the part. "Wearing it" usually involves an Italian suit, a pinky ring, a hankie in the breast pocket, gold cufflinks, and other ornamentation. Silvio has his own inimitable way of wearing it.

Whack: to murder; also clip, hit, pop, burn, put a contract out.

Wiseguy: a made guy.

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Now I know the rest of the story. Thanks
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kingair - 4/22/2006 12:20 AM Stugots: from stu cazzo or u' cazzu, the testicles. Tony Soprano's boat is The Stugots.
Just doesn't sound the same with out the hand gesture. The three finger pinch pointing up as you say "Stuggots!"...
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Tonights showed his boat, great one. They need to show more.
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That was Raritan Bay, you could see Sandy Hook in the background, looked a little sporty out there that day too
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Old 04-24-2006, 12:47 AM
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It was right near Old Orchard Light. They had 3 boats out there,Tonys Ocean, a big tug that was the camera boat and the Cape Fear that was Tonys old boat as a second camera boat. I brought a cameraman out there with a case of film with my boat. Didnt ask for any money,but got paid $100 for a 3 mile trip.
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Was watching season 2 last night and saw Tony's kid run over two fanooks fishing in the channel out of a canoe!
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ok youse guys, here's a little tidbit of info. But take note, the "Administration" of "this thing of ours", is not excited about me sharing. I might have to do a little "spring cleaning", if this gets out of hand, so to speak.

The boat in the picture is a 2006 62' Ocean Super Sport with twin 1,675 hp Cats in the bilge. Top speed of just over 40 knots. Yes, I said 40 KNOTS. Twin generators, custom fighting chair, underwater lights to see the "fishes", and enough electronics to see a pimple on a "jamooks " butt. Tony "borrowed" it for a time last fall so he could have a "friend of ours" over for a visit.

Now, before you all go and get sloppy and act like some "cugine", let me warn you. Our "family", is just that, we run a nice little family business here. "Che peccato" the little "chiacchierone" that gets too talkative. That person might have an unfortunate accident or such thing there.

Oh, by the way, after the summer, that thing we talked about? It will be for sale.
You let me know..........
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Spent many a day's per-diem in Satin Dolls.
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