Slang - shake it to me baby / turn me on - Urban Dictionary: shake


give (someone) the shake Slang . To escape from or get rid of: We managed to give our pursuers the shake . no great shakes Slang ... "Don't shake your fist at me !" ...

The use of the phrase as a noun has been part of the Oxford English Dictionary since 1980 and as a verb since 1981. [3] The phrase is related to the slang "give me five" which is a request for some form of handshake – variations include "slap me five", "slip me five", "give me (some) skin" – with "five" referring to the number of fingers on a hand. [4] The "high five" originated from the "low five", which has been a part of African-American culture since at least World War II. [2] It's probably impossible to know exactly when the low first transitioned to a high, but there are many theories about its inception. [2] Magic Johnson once suggested that he invented the high five at Michigan State, [2] presumably in the late 1970s. Others have suggested it originated in the women's volleyball circuit of the 1960s. [2]


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