HBO gave fans of the hit television series The Sopranos a special treat on Wednesday by posting a funny, 10-minute visual dictionary of terms used throughout the show’s run. 

The visual dictionary, uploaded to the premium channel’s YouTube account, defines some of the show’s most-used slang with short clips of the terms being used in context in different clips on the show. Some terms defined in the video include: ‘Gabagool’ - "the Northeastern U.S. term for capicola, a pork cold cut" and ‘Madone’ - "An abbreviation for Madonna, invoked to convey heartfelt surprise at news, typically of the unfortunate variety. My Lord, My Heavens, etc." The video results in 10 minutes worth of vintage Sopranos clips.

Often regarded as one of the greatest television series of all time, the Italian-American mobster series ran for six seasons from 1999 to 2007 and winning over 100 awards, including 21 Primetime Emmy Awards and five Golden Globes. 

HBO has made the series, along with more of the network’s most beloved series and content, available to stream for free from start to finish during quarantine orders due to the coronavirus pandemic. Check out this full list of everything you’ll be able to stream for free.

Recently, we even got to engage in some brand new Tony Soprano banter by way of an imagined Coronavirus lockdown scene from the show's creator, David Chase.