The list of street names for cocaine is long and ever evolving. Some of the more common names play on the effects of cocaine or what cocaine looks like. There are also a variety of names for using cocaine mixed with other drugs and when using different varieties, like crack cocaine.
What are slang names for cocaine?
What are slang names for crack cocaine?
Slang playing on the word cocaine
Many of the more popular nicknames for cocaine come from the word itself. While these are likely the slang terms you’ll hear in Hollywood, it’s not likely someone actually trying to conceal their cocaine use will use these types of names:
Nicknames for cocaine based on the effects
Other ways of referring to ‘coke’ include nicknames based on the effects people describe after using it. These nicknames typically revolve around the euphoric effects rather than the negative effects of using cocaine.
Cocaine slang based on the look/origin
People will also refer to cocaine by a name describing the look or the drug or original origins of the drug. Cocaine was derived from the leaves of a South American coca plant.
Crack cocaine mixed with fentanyl: Dirty Fentanyl, Takeover
Recovering from a Cocaine Addiction
If you’ve found yourself searching for common street names for cocaine, you likely have a loved one who is struggling with cocaine addiction.
There are numerous cocaine addiction treatment programs around the world focused on helping people overcome their addiction – making words like coke, big flake, and happy dust a rarity in conversation. Rehab does work if your loved one is ready for treatment with many successfully staying sober months and years later.
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