- marijuana, especially in the form of a potent preparation used chiefly for smoking.
Origin of ganja
Related Words for ganjadope, cannabis, hashish, tea, hemp, herb, bhang, hash, marijuana, drug, narcotic, joint, reefer, weed, ganja, roach, grass, pot, doobie, sinsemilla
Examples from the Web for ganja
Contemporary Examples of ganja
Clients supply transportation, lodging, and ingredients, including the preferred strain of ganja.Meet the Julia Child of Weed
November 13, 2014
From mochaccino to Mary Jane, from jitter juice to joint, from java to ganja, say bye-bye barista, hello pot-ista.Criminalize Coffee, Not Cannabis
December 16, 2010
Historical Examples of ganja
In the Northern Circars, some earn a living as petty dealers in opium and ganja (Indian hemp).Castes and Tribes of Southern India
Ganja, gan′ja, n. an intoxicating preparation of Indian hemp.
Ganja is the native name for part of the plant, and Sidhi for another part, which is much poorer in resin.Poison Romance and Poison Mysteries
C. J. S. Thompson
Some of the more esteemed kinds of hashish are prepared from this ganja.
Ganja, the guaza of the London brokers, consists of the flowering and fruiting heads of the female plant.
- a highly potent form of cannabis, usually used for smoking
Word Origin for ganja
powerful preparation of cannabis sativa, 1800, from Hindi ganjha.