Definition of gadgie
North East of England name for a man (also bloke, geezer, fellow).
Last edited on May 14 2011. Submitted by
Ray C. from Stockton-on-Tees, UK
on Dec 01 2004.
gadgy is an old northumbrian word meaning non-gypsy
Last edited on Aug 27 2011. Submitted by
redkite from Northumberland, UK
on Aug 27 2011.
Gadgie' is a Scottish slang word for a gypsy or traveller which is equivalent to the English slang 'Pikey' to describe same people
Last edited on May 14 2013. Submitted by
on May 14 2013.
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Definitions include: an effect in visual media such as movies and video games in which playback is slowed or paused while the camera moves around a moving object such as a bullet.
Definitions include: something sold to a customer that they hadn't originally planned to buy.
Definitions include: In selling it refers to an opportunity that comes out of nowhere and closes unexpectedly.
Definitions include: Clothing that fits extremely well. A compliment to a man.
Definitions include: capable of masturbating with either the left or right hand.
Definitions include: an angry retort.
Definitions include: a person, usually a hockey player or other sort of jock from the Boston area, characterized by an anti-intellectual attitude, a disrespect for women, minorities, and homosexuals, and a tendency to do physically gross things.
Definitions include: to eat heartily.
Definitions include: to not appear as required as a condition of bail. Definitions include: to go to a remote area (or a drive-in movie theater) in a car to make out.
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