Trunication of "Las Vegas". Used often in reference to the city in Nevada, or the lifestyle of the late 1950's that typified the "Rat Pack" era.
I blew money at a casino, saw a stage show, got drunk at a bar and got lucky with a cute lady. I guess you could say I had the Vegas experience.
He is the spanish ninja from Street Fighter series. Vega is an extremely narcissistic and agile fighter. He is known around the world as a deadly assassin and a practioner of the art of "Spanish Ninjitsu" He wears a metal mask to both cloak his identity and protect his flawless featuires from harm. He also fights with a razor-sharp set of claws. Above all else, he respects beauty. In the Japanese version of Street Fighter II, his name was Balrog.
A place where we do dumb shit when we're fucked up. Where dentists marry strippers, hot school teachers get attacked by naked chinese men, and where those chinese men kidnap people named Doug. Where tigers are kidnapped, chickens roam inside, and neon strippers jack up your car.
"What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. Except for herpes- that shit'll come back with ya."
Vega is the brightest star in the constellation Lyra and is the fifth brightest star in the sky. The name of the star comes from Arabic and means "The Swooping Eagle". As part of the constellaion Lyra it represents a jewel set in the body of the harp.
Vega is only 25.3 light years from Earth. It is a main sequence star like our sun, however it is twice as massive and burns fifty times brighter than our sun. Vega's current age is between 200 and 500 million years (Our sun is about 4.6 billion years old).
Vega was the first star to ever be photographed, have it's spectrum analized, and it's parallax measured. It has also been in many Science Fiction novels and movies, such as "Contact." And in 14,000 AD Vega will become the North Star, replacing Polaris in the position in the sky.
Since Vega is so much more powerful and younger than our Sun, scientists doubt that life has evolved in it's solar system.
Garci Y Vega - a brand of cigars used to smoke marajuana. California version of the phillyblunt
"I got a Vega and you don't got one!".
Spanish Warrior from Capcom's successful figihting game "Street Fighter". Egostatistical ninja who feels that he is the best looking creature alive.
Vega is best identified by his claw, mask, snake tatoo, and ponytail.
A vehicle manufactured by Chevrolet from 1971-1977. They looked similar to the Camaros of that era. They were available as hatchbacks or station wagons. They have a penchant for doing well at the drag races (that is, if you know what you're doing). Most that you will see nowadays are fiberglass or are steel that are goobered up with Bondo.
My dad's '73 Vega will wipe your little rice burner right off the fuckin' track, bitch.
A military person who leads people into battle with victory.
The commander was being a true vega in battle
Vega Obscura, a young (around twelve years) antagonist in the Zoids Century Zero anime television series. He was known as "The King" for his uber zoids skills in the arcade, and once Backdraft (Uber stupid antagonist organization) hires him, he recieves the Beserk Fury (Beserk Furrhur), a Zero-type zoid. He is hired to annihilate Bit Cloud, a pilot of another Zero-type zoid, a Liger Zero, from the Blitz Team.
Vega is actually very sweet and innocent. He has a kind heart that just wants to have fun.
The short form of the Spanish last name De la Vega or "Of the plain/meadow". Anyone who has the last name Vega by blood is related to others who have that last name by blood, though the name has gained variety over the centuries such as "La Vega", "Vegas", or just "Vega". The House of De la Vega is a house of nobility existing in Spain from the Castile region, and has been around ever since the first Spanish kingdoms before their unification into the nation of Spain. Being of prestigious nobility, the Vega house was also involved in some coup attempts to claim the throne and rule over much of Spain. Being staunch Christians and loyal to the Catholic Church, some of the Vega house traveled west to the New World and started the many families in North America that bear the name of Vega, however again, anyone living in North America who has the Vega last name from their parents is related to other Vegas, with a common ancestor probably living three or four hundred years ago, from the time of immigration. The Vegas, also being of an old noble house, never had to pay taxes, and still don't even in Spain today. There are roughly 110,000 Vegas in the world. Also some gaming company that made SF 2 had a character in it named "Vega", and this is where most morons tend to associate the name "Vega" from. Some travelers on the way to California long ago passed through an oasis in Nevada, and they named it "Las Vegas", meaning "The meadow(s)", because of it being an oasis in the desert.
1. I despise America constantly taxing me, but since I speak Spanish as a second language and I'm very rich, and my last name is De la Vega, I'm going to get Spanish citizenship and request the King grant me a title of nobility, so I don't have to pay ridiculous income taxes anymore.
2. First idiot: "OH MAN your last name is Vega?! Vega was so badass in Street Fighter 2!!"
Vega: (facepalm) "I'm surrounded by morons."
3. First: "My last name is 'Smith'; sounds cool, huh?"
Second: "Your ancestors were likely craftsmen or peasants."
First: "Oh yeah, what were yours then huh dickhead? Vega doesn't sound like anything important."
Second: "My family bloodline is of Spanish aristocracy going back over one thousand years, and if I were born in Medieval times, I'd be a knight, and you'd be a peasant."