More than half of the United States allow legal use of marijuana in some capacity. In fact, a lawmaker even introduced a bill Feb. 27 that would make marijuana federally legal if passed into legislation.

As more states consider legalizing medical and/or recreational use, cannabis vernacular will most likely become increasingly common across the nation. While there are some age-old names used to describe marijuana that just about everyone’s familiar with – pot, Mary Jane, weed – there are a slew of other cannabis nicknames people use when referencing the plant.

Names for marijuana can differentiate depending on a location – in Jamaica, it’s often called “ganja” while South Africans will usually refer to weed as “dagga” – and the age group of users.

Terms to describe marijuana can also be heavily influenced by musicians. Long before singers and rappers — like Wiz Khalifa who made a song called “Good Dank” or Master P’s famous “1/2 On a Bag Of Dank” — included the word, stoners and hippies were using “dank” in reference to high quality and very potent marijuana, contrary to its Miriam-Webster dictionary meaning of damp, musty and typically cold.

Check out a list of names also commonly used in reference to marijuana below:

Grass

Greens

Hooch

Trees

Tree

Piff

Loud

Mary Jane

Chronic

Dro

Hydro

Hydro Chronic

Skunk

Herb

Broccoli

Nugs

Nuggets

Blaze

Fire

Hay

Reefer

Loud

Sticky Icky

Sticky Icky Ooh Wee

Devil’s lettuce

Kush

Sour

Schwag

Juan Valedz

Green giant

Hemp

Hash

Purple Haze

Purp

Purple

Aunty Mary

Spliff

Blunto

Joint

Kansas Grass

Mary

Loaf

Green Goddess

Jay

Gerta

Hashish

Astro Turf

Angola

Boom

Texas Tea

Maui Wowie

Panama Gold

Acapulco Gold

Black Russian

Stinkweed

Amsterdam Flame

Black Gold

Butter

Shatter

Burnie

Bush

Cheeo

Christmas Tree

Chicago Green

Charge

Dona Juana

Doobie

Duros

Dope

Ditch

Flower

Ganjika

Jane

Jolly Green

Jive stick

Hemp

Kemp

Kil

Marihuanna

Marry and Johnny

Maryn Ann

Kumna

Leaf

Power Plant

Sativa

Indica

Sen

Seni

Sess

Salt and pepper

Smoke

Tex mex

Supergrass