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Definition of a gaugie

gaugie

noun

  • a non Gypo, a non nomadic human with morals and ethics

    Last edited on Dec 15 2012. Submitted by DonkeyP from Lau Pl, Kaaawa, HI 96730, USA on Nov 23 2012.

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