What is 409?


An all purpose household cleaner that removes even your toughest stains.

Some of these people should clean out their mouths with a little 409.

See sally


1. Awesome, fast paced song by the beach boys.

2. Cleaning product.

1. That car is a 409

2. 409 did wonders on my windows.


an areacode that represents the southeast texas cities of Beaumont, Port Arthur, and Orange. better known locally as the golden triangle.

if ya in that 281, 713, 832, 409 that mean ya 3rd coast born, texas raised.

See g.t.


A famous Chevy V8 engine dating from the early sixties and the topic of the Beach Boys song "409". It evolved from the earlier 348 "wedge head" intro'd in 1958. Obsoleted by the 396/427 "rat" motors which came out in the mid sixties.

She's so fine, my 409.

See chevy, muscle car, v8, impala, sixties


A word created by Ellen DeGeneres, relating to the word Fantastic, 409 is a cleaning product, as is Fantastic. 409 is to be used anywhere in place of fantastic, because she says that word too much, and we've all had enough of it.

"That kegger last night was 409"


409 is the area code which comprises most of Galveston County in Texas. (The Northern part of Galveston county usually has a 281 area code.) 409 also includes the Beaumont area which is lesser known.

Houston people usually think of 409 as the area code for the Galveston area not the Beaumont area. 409 is more widely known for the Galveston area.

ghettoboy: Here is my number 409-***-****

Houston-emogirl: 409. So you must live near Galveston, right?

See 409, galveston, beaumont


any kind of SUPER slut/whore/skank

Yo homeslice, your little wifey pulled a 409 last night when we was up in da crib and she was all over the c-unit...


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