What are some Mafia words?

Garbage Business: euphemism for organized crime.

  • Golden Age: The days before RICO.
  • Goomah: a Mafia mistress; also comare.
  • Heavy: packed, carrying a weapon.
  • Hit: to murder; also see whack.
  • Juice: the interest paid to a loanshark for the loan; also see vig.
  • Lam: To lay down, go into hiding.
  • Large: a thousand, a grand, a G.

What are soldiers called in the Mafia?

A soldato or soldier is the first official level of both the American Mafia and the Sicilian Mafia in the formal Mafia hierarchy or cadre.

What is capo in Mafia?

A caporegime or capodecina, usually shortened to capo or informally referred to as “captain”, is a rank used in the Mafia for a made member of an Italian crime family who heads a “crew” of soldiers and has major social status and influence in the organization.

What is e4mafia?

The highest rank among junior enlisted is left in an awesomely weird predicament in which they can shuffle work to the privates, satisfy requirements from higher up the chain, and then relax for the rest of the day. This is called the E-4 Mafia or Lance Corporal Underground.

What is Army e6?

Staff sergeant (SSG) is E-6 rank in the U.S. Army, just above sergeant and below sergeant first class, and is a non-commissioned officer. Staff sergeants are generally placed in charge of squads, but can also act as platoon sergeants in the absence of a sergeant first class.

What does Blue Falcon mean?

blue falcon (plural blue falcons) (US, military, euphemistic) A supposed comrade whose actions harm his friends, often but not always, for his own benefit.

What is Gosenostra?

(ˈkouzə ˈnoustrə) noun. a secret association engaged in organized crime in the U.S., modeled after and affiliated with the Mafia. [1960–65; ‹ It: lit., our affair] Word Frequency.