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Glossary of Mafia-related words. Jump to navigation Jump to search. This is a glossary of words related to the Mafia, primarily the Italian American Mafia and Sicilian Mafia. administration: the top-level "management" of an organized crime Family -- the boss, underboss and.

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Mobspeak: The Language of the Mafia. A friend of ours: mob shorthand for introducing one made guy to another made guy. "A friend of mine" is just another jamook on the street. "Wearing it" usually involves an Italian suit, a pinky ring, a hankie in the breast pocket, gold cufflinks, and other ornamentation. Silvio has his own inimitable way.

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Where mafia means bravado, omertà means humility. Omertà, a dialectal alteration of the Italian umilta, or humility, first appeared in English around and referred to the mafia’s code of. List of Italian Mafia crime families. Jump to navigation Jump to search. This is a list of independent Italian crime families around the world that are considered to be part of Cosa Nostra (the Mafia). This list does not include all.

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Glossary (Mob Terms) “Lucky Luciano” mafia (Mob) Terminology. The Italian-American Mafia has a language of its own, according to Mafia historians and F.B.I. records. Some of this Mafia lingo has entered popular usage, some may be new to you. If you have watched shows like the Sopranos. This text is taken mostly from both The Mafia Handbook by Douglas Le as in dealing. Lucrative but risky for mob insiders because if they're busted, long prison terms might compel them to cut a deal and squeal. "godfather" in Italian. consigliere: the counselor in a crime Family; advises boss and handles disputes within the ranks.