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Question by daveg
Submitted on 3/20/2004
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What is the definition of "traiting"? It sounds like it my be the same as flodgin (sp?) but it's got to be a little different. My guess is that it means to pretend you're somebody else, like you're hard or something. It's the title of a song on Criminal Manne'snew cd, from Memphis, which I guess that no one here has heard.

Answer by AryanNation
Submitted on 7/15/2005
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"Traiting" is a common misrepresentation for "betraying". An example of this would be: "She's a race traitor" / "She's a race traiting hoar" (Correctly: "She's a race betraying hoar")

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