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Definition of derro

derro

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Definitions include: for pure amusement; "for the hell of it".
Definitions include: when your belly sticks out further then your dick do
Definitions include: the part of the leg opposite the knee.
Definitions include: ugly, inappropriate, ill-conceived, or poorly-executed.
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Definitions include: a metaphorical term for a person's temper.
Definitions include: less common spelling of "ermahgerd".
Definitions include: (Islam) The Devil.
Definitions include: synonymous with "stuff" but often meaning food.

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