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Definition of a mayo

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Other terms relating to 'abbreviations (list of)':

Definitions include: "perfect".
Definitions include: abbreviation of "pizza."
Definitions include: an attractive person.
Definitions include: the facial expression one wears when having an orgasm.
Definitions include: "criminal".
Definitions include: To be pissed off.
Definitions include: greetings.
Definitions include: a person who isn't liked in general.
Definitions include: "second."
Definitions include: a graffiti mural.
Definitions include: a stupid person.
Definitions include: "take a loss", i.e. to suffer a loss in a competition.
Definitions include: as a question, to enquire whether someone is present.
Definitions include: good.
Definitions include: abbreviated form of "politician".

Other terms relating to 'food':

Definitions include: "macaroni" and cheese.
Definitions include: bar food.
Definitions include: abbreviation of "pizza."
Definitions include: diarrhea.
Definitions include: "frozen yogurt".
Definitions include: humorous pretend Chinese food item.
Definitions include: sandwich.
Definitions include: food.
Definitions include: very good, excellent; "cool".
Definitions include: a greeting, similar to "What's going on?"
Definitions include: a toasted sandwich.
Definitions include: oral sex given to a male.
Definitions include: a biscuit.
Definitions include: dessert sprinkles.
Definitions include: frozen yogurt.

Slang terms with the same root words

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Definitions include: a person who over-designs technical solutions, especially related to programming.
Definitions include: Someone who will do anything for you.
Definitions include: impressive or flashy.
Definitions include: "The more people are involved, the happier the event will be."
Definitions include: extremely attractive.
Definitions include: acronym for "link goes to".
Definitions include: variant of "deal", i.e. the event, the happening, the occurrence.
Definitions include: screwed over or left out.
Definitions include: to be clear-thinking.
Definitions include: a person who sucks or licks semen from the anus of another person.

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